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INDEX 






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TIMES NEWSPAPER. 



1877. 



^VINTER QUARTER— January 1 to March 31, 



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A. 
Atibaj rR.) on the Drought Cyck, 28/6 6 
Aborigines Protection Society, Deputation to 

Sir Bartle Freie, 24 j 6 a— 2S ; 6/ 
About (Edmond) on M. Buloi, 24 / 10 e 
Abyssinia, «n route to, 6 m 12 a 
Accessaries to Fraud, 10/6/— 12 / 10 •— 14 / 

10 /•— 16 f3 e 
AOCf BENTS :— 
to Lord Aberdare, Thrown from his Horse 

while Hunting, 28^ 8 a 
at the Alexandra Hall, Manchester, to Two 

Trapese Performers, 7 m i 6 
to a Barge, Laden with Paraflin, Sunk off 

Erith, 4 9 7s 
to Henry Barton, Crushed to Death in a 

Hydraulic Capstan, at Leicester Station, 21 m 

10 b 
to James Bennett, a Prisoner, Fracturing 

his Skull in I^eaping from a Train, 10 m 5 s 
to Mr. Betts, Shot by his Own Gun at He 

Abbots Farm, 27/8 c 
Blackburn Locks, Three Men Drowned in, 

16/6 d 

— Boat Capsized at Colchester, and Three 
Smacksmeu Drowned, 16>8 6— 18jl0/ 

off Cork, and Fire Men Drowned, 16^ 

6 d 

— — at Darley, and a Cambridge ManDrowned, 
6i7k 

and Twe Excursionists Drowned on the 



Dee, 81 m Bf 

on the Derwent, Mr. Garland Drowned, 



6/6 e 

off Erie and Four Persons Drowned, 28 



«/ 



on the Ouse, Two Persons Drowned, 2 / 

in the Thames, and Capt. Kew and Two 
others Drowned— RecoTtry of Capt. Kew*s 
Body, 6 m 5/ 

on the Tyne, Three Persons Drowned, 27 



mOf 

— Boiler Explosion at Bargate Brewery, Bof . 

ton, the Brewery Blown to Pieces. 23 ; 6/ 

•♦ T>«iPf«r Wnrlra Sh^rrow Vide. SheffiflH 



Aoddenti (continued). 

Boiler Explosion of a Bailway Engine, at 

Alue SUtion. 29 n 6 6 
at Worthington, Indiana, Killing Twelre 

Persons, &c., 19 m 6 a 

— at Bonser's, Tea Dealers, the Shop Front 
Blown Out, 80 i 6 d 

to Charles Breexe, Washed Orerboard tho 

Devastation and Drowned, at Malta, 9^6 6 

Bursting of a Reservoir in Connecticut, 

and 800 Acres Corered with Water, 28 m 5 s— 
29m6c 

to Ann Carroll, Drowned from Slipping off 

Lower Hall Footbridge, 1 i' 6 d 

CoL Caulfield Awarded a Gold Medal for 

Saving a Child from Drowning, 19/6 s— 20 / 
8 c 

to Capt. Chamberlain on the Lines at Chat- 
ham from a Clothes Line Catching Him by the 
Throat and Dragging Him from his Horse, 26 
m 10 a 

— to Capt. Clayton, Thrown from his Pony 
while Playing at Polo at Delhi, 1 > 6 e—Sj 6 d 

to Harry Constable, Killed by a Shot Fired 

from a KeToWer Handled by his Younger 

Brother, 27 m 1 1 / 
to James Cooper, Killed by Entanglement 

in Machinery, at Islington, 19 ; o e 
to Mr. Fred. Coxon, Thrown from his Horse 

in the Field while Hunting, 14 m 6 « 
to Mr. DaTid Darling, Found Dead in a 

Bog in Woolwich Marshes, 6 m 6 <f 
to Reginald Davies. Drowned from the 

Horse Dragging his Vehicle into a Pond, 26 > 

6e 
to Divers, in Torres Straits, Drowned while 

at Work, iej9 f 
at DolwprddeUn, to Three Workmen, from 

an Explosion while Making the Shaft of a 

Tunnel, Zj9 e 
to Lt. Gen. Sir Hastings Doyle, from a 

Fall when Entering his Carnage, 20 m 10/ 

at Dudley Port, from Sixty Houses Falling 

in, from Workings Underground, 18/8 k 

to Lord Dufferin, Breaking a Rib, &c.,from 

Slipping down when Out WiJking in Ottowa, 
16 iN 6 c 



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PALMKR^S INDEX TO ** TBE TIKES ' NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. Ito 



Accidents (cmnttnmd). 
while Trying to Unload it, Windznr, a La- 
bourer, Killed, 26 m 9/ 

Explosion at Ballincallig Powder Mills, 10 

iii9/ 



at St. Oothard Tunnel, Two Pereoiti 
KiUed, 26/6 6 ■ ^ Ic 

of Gas, at Albury Park, 20J jlT^f \ ^ 

' at Arundel, a Serra&f-Giri- Seriously 

Injured, 8> 9j '• '. \ I ^ 
at the Blf<9c Llpn Hotel, Sheffield, 20; 

10 rf ••.•.-/•..•• 

^>t Bci^Ateti, Six Shop Fronts Blown 

t, . ■ ^^ Gunpowder, at Ahmedabad, Fifty 

Persons Killed and 1000 Wounded, 12 j 5 a— 

20/10 k'^27/5d 
»— - Fall of the MassiTe Chimney Stack at 

Deykins^s Electro Plated Works, 81 ; S e 
to Mr. Field, Killed in the Hunting Field, 

SilOs 

from the Floods in Spain. 5j9f 

to Capt. Foljambe, in the Hunting Field, 

28/6/ 
to Mr. Frost, Aged 84, Burnt to Death by 

Falling into the Fire in a Fainting Fit, 1 > 9 / 
to a Little Girl, Found in a Dry Well, near 

Bagneux, 8 /*6 c— 12y 5 d 
No Accident, but Murdered by the Father, 

19JB€ 
in Glasf^w Harbour to Eight Men, from a 

Sugar Rollar of Fire Tons Breaking from its 

Tackle and Falling on them, 7 m5 f 
to Mr. G.F. Grace, the Celebrated Cricketer. 

Thrown from his Horse in the Hunting Field, 

dy 6s 
to Thomas Groomes, Drowned in the Surrey 

Canal, 22 ; 6 6 
to the Harriett Forteath Life-Boat, Upset at 

Whitby, 13j9/-16>8 6 

Subscriptions for the Bereaved Families, 



18 J 9/ 

— to Capt. Henry, Thrown from his Carriage 
at Bombay, 24/5 d 

— to H. M. Ship Temeraire^ from the Iron 
Rudder of Thirteen Tons Weight Falling into 
the Dock, 26 m 10 a 

— to Wm. Hill, Falling Down an Abandoned 
Mine Shaft. 12/lOe 

— to a Man named Hodder, from a Gun Ex- 
ploding at North AUington, 1 ml f 

— to a Boy named Uutley, who Fell into a 
Watercourse and was Carried through a Barrel 
Drain, 19> 12 c/ 

— to a Lady, from a Tall Heavy Ladder Over- 
balancing and Falling on her from' the Men 
Moving it in Regent Street, 29 m 9 < 

at LetU's Wharf, from the Scaffolding 



Falling Down, 31 .; 6 d 

— on Loch Lomond, Three Men Lost from 
the Sinking of a Lighter, 15 m 10 6 

— at Madeira, Six Men Killed or Wounded 
while Firing the Proclamation Salute. 6/6 c 

— to Lord Middleton, in the Hunting Field, 
20/5/ 

— to Miss Emma Moore, who Died from an 



AoddentB (contiruiedj, 

to a Mother and Child, at Brighton, from 

a Herd of Cattle Coming from the Railway 

Stktion, the ChUd Killed, 15 n 11 d' 

to the New Pier at Woolwich Arsenal, from 

' the Ceptrino Running into it During a Fog, 

'26 m 10 a 
in New York, from a Cry of Fire in St. 

Francis Xavier Church, Seven Persons Thim- 

pled to Death, 10 mSd 
at Newcastle-on-Tyne, from the Fall of an 

Iron and Wood Gallery, at Hawthorn's Engine 

Works, on a Number of Workmen, 24 ^9 /* 
to Sir A. B. Paget, Thrown from his Horse 

while Hunting at Rome, 10 ;' 5 d 
to Rev. E. Phillips, who Fell Over a Precis 

pice at Gamdiffaith, 8/6 a 
Powder Magazine at San Sebastian Ex- 
plodes and Nine Soldiers KiUed, l9fBf 
to Lord Powerscourt, Shot in the Eve in a 

Shooting Party, 1 / 9 « 
to Mrs. Bathbone, Blown by the Wind 

against the Butt of an Oak Tree and Killed, 

22 / 10 f 
at St. Philip's Church. Kennington, from 

One of the Pinnacles Falling Through the 

Roof Blown Down by the Gale, 2 / 10 d' 
to Mrs. Slater, Drowned at Ivybridge, near 

Plymouth, 25i 5 e 
to Edwin James Smiddy, Found Drowned, 

15/4/ 
Steam Tram-Car Overturns an Omnibus in 

Paris, 19/5 e 
to the Hon. Arthur Strutt, Entan^^ in 

Machinery at Mitford Mill, 7/9/ 
Tay Bridge Partially Destroyed and the 

Foreman's L^ Broken, 5/^d 
to Frederick Thomas, Scene Shifter at the 

Alhambra, from a Fly Falling on his Head, 8 

to Charles Thorpe, Killed by the Accidental 

Discharge of a Gun at Colchester, 5 ? 9 i 
Three Men Killed by a Mass of Rock and 

Earth Falling on them near Clitheroe, 8/6 a 

— 8/9« 
to Charles Timlick, from an Explosion of 

Gas, near Staines, 26^ 9 € 
to Two Boys, Drowned while Attempting 

to Escape from the Dalkeith Reformatory, 9 f 

lid 
to Two Fishermen, Drowned off Smerby 

Rocks, by the Capsizing of a Skiff, 19 j 10 f 
of Tyrrell, a Seaman, During Practice on 

a Steam Launch, at Harwich, 7 / S d 
to John Varcoe and others, from their 

Dwelling being Crushed Under a Snow Slide 

atAlta.27/8f 
to Lieut. Wallace, Killed by a Yard Falling 

on Him on Board the i/tfio<«ttr, 9 j C ^^16 

j de 
to James Wi^ht. Narrow Escape of being 

Carried Over the Niagara Falls. 8/10 a 
to Renr Adm. Willcs. Falling from the 

JhJmerald into the Water, 27/ 8 a 
to Mr. Willis, *)f LHnibournc, from his Gun 

(^harj^c Kntering hiH'lhijrh wliun CauRht iu a 



M :ir., 31, 1877.] palmer's index to " the times " newspaper. 



Add 



Accidents (continued), 

in Wilson's Court, Grays Inn Road, from a 

Stack of Chimneys FaUing Down, 3i j G d 

■ at Woolwich, from a Shell being Examined 
tlxploding, 20/ 10 /*— 7 m S b 

in Yokohama Bay, in 1870, to Commander 

Brook and Four Men Drowned, 24 / 5 c 

ACCIDfiNTa-^kMININO :— 

BoUer Explasion at St. Etlenne, Ten Work- 
men Killed. 16/5 c 

at Clandown Colliery, near Bath, Two Col- 
liers Killed by a Mass of Kock Falling on 
them, 6/6 « 

Explosien at Cooper's Bank CoUieiy, near 

Dudlev, 5/9/ 

at CwmtiUery Pit, 27 i 7 < 

at the Dowlus Iron Company, at Gilly- 



gaer, 2 i 9 e 

of Fire Damp in Graissessac Mine, Fifty 



Five Miners Killed, 15 y 5 </— 16 foe 

in the Worcester New Pit, Swansea, 



Nineteen Men Killed, 9 m 10 e 

at Foggs Pit, 8/6/ 

at Great Beys Colliery, Tyldesley, Fire 



Persons Killed, 7 m 5 /*— 17 m 7/ 

at Knowles^s Colliery, Darcylerer, 9/5/ 



—10 f5 e— 12 /•7/-15/7 f 

at the Sirhowy Pits, 15 j 6 5— 25j 12 a 

Fire at Farnworth Colliery, Eighteen Col- 



liers Suffocated, 26 ; 6 c— 29 / 8 r— 31 j5e 

Subscriptions for the Bereaved, 9/5/ 

at Hamilton Home Farm Pit. Flooding of. 



24^ fid 

— at Harris's Collieries, Glamorganshire, Two 
Gentlemen Killed, 24 j 6 d—25j 1 2 o— 26 j6c 

— at the Lower Delph Colliery, from Choke 
Damp, Sljbe 

at Radstock CoUiery, Two Men Killed, 26 



at Skirland Colliery, Flooding of, 12 j 5/ 

at StonehiU ColUery.Fire in,24y 6 d—25j 12 a 

ACCIDENTS— BAILWAY :— 

Meeting to Consider the Terrible Effects of, 

16 m 5/ 

Return of. During 1876. BOmZd 

to Miss Louisa Bruce, Killed at Ealing 

Station, 24/5/ 
to a Guard, at Blackfriars Station, Missing 

his Leap into his Brake, 26 / 5 c 
to Henry Lees, at Westminster Station, 24 

to Wm. Miller, Killed at West Hartlepool, 

24y5/* 

to Mr. Sterne, at Canonbur}- Station, 27 si 

85 

at Ashtabula, the Bridge Falling in with 

the Entire Train, I J 5 </— 2 y 5 rf— 9 ;6/— 16 
;8a— 15y4rf— 22iii 10 e 

■ at Banbury Station, 16 ; 7 s 

at Barnes Station, I m 6y 

at Bicester. 14/10 c 

near BicWeigh, 24 f5 f 

at Blackfriars Station, 2 m 6 c 

at Boston, 7/9 « 

Bristol Express and its Slip Carriages for 



Accidents —Railway (continued), 
— near Bury, 1/9/ 

near Chippenham, 20y 6 5 

at ClonsiUa Junction, 12 m 5 /* 

near Dover Tunnel, from a ij'all of Chalk 

Blocking the Way, 13 ; 9 «— 16 / 10/ 

at Dodworth, near Bamsley. 5 w 9 e 

on tlie Dundee and Arbroath Railway, 5 m 

9€ 

at Gillingham Station. S\J5d 

near Hessendean, a Goods Train, 13 ; 9 e 

at Kingcraig Station, from the Points bein^ 

Open, 20 m 5/ 

near Liverpool Street Station, Sj II c 

between Markinch and Falkland, 1 ^ 10 r 

near Morpeth Station, to |tke " Flying 

Scotsman," 26 m 6/— 27 m 8 o--28 to 9/ 

Inquest, 29 m 6 a 

Note about, 29 m 6 e 

near Plumstead Marshes from a Bullock, 

ISj 9 « 

near Settle, to a Pullman Car, 26/ 10 b 

near Sittingboume, 16 ; 6 rf 

at Stairfoot, near Barnsley, 5 m 9 « 

berween Stawell and Avarat, 24/4 d 

between Truro and Ch ace water, from the 

Fall of a Bale of Rags, 1/9/ 

at Waverley Station. I in 6 f 

near Wincanton Station. 28/ 10 c— 1 w 6/ 

OflScial Inquiry into. 5 w 9 « 

near Wood Green Station. 9/11 c 

Collision at Accrington Station, 18/12 h 

at Arbey, Notes about, lU^ 11 c— 12 i 



10/ 



Col. Stuart Wortley, the Gentleman 



Inquired for Aiding in, 9 ; 7 </ 

at Aix-les- Bains, 3; 7 J — 12 y 5 d 

near Bolton, 9 m 6 e 

near Darlington. 3/11 c 



near Denmark Hill, 26 i 6/— 27 j7 r 

at Derby, 24 m 7/ 

Station, 19/" 11/ 



at Eastwood Tunnel, 9 m 6 « 

atFiusbury Park Station, 22/6/— 23 

; 6 e 

at Gagny, near Paris, 10 w 9/ 

at Jeremy Brook, 24 ; 5 e 

near Leamington Station, 20 m 5 / 

at Ordsal-Lane Station, 23 j H a 

at Saltney, 2 /* 10 c 

on the Spanish Southern, 23 m 5 <£ 

at Stockton-on-Tees, 10 m 9/ 

near Twickenham, by a Defective Signal, 

13/11/ 
Acland (Dr.) Home for Incurables, 27 j 5 « 
— Note. about, 31 / 5 c 
Acropolis of Mycenro. 28 m 8 5 
Acton (Phillip)on Mi t m*d House at Westminster 

4y3d 
Adams (Capt.) Donation to. from the Uniretl 

States, fur his Kindness to the Crew of the 

Polnriii in 1873, %f& c 

^.R. D.) on New South Wales, i j 5/ 

Adding Insult to Injury, It si 4 5 
Adeane-Barlow (R.) en route to Abyssicia, 5 si 

12 a 



I on the Jews in Roumania, 18 j 6 6 

TY COUET :— 

lyan^ 14 »i 10 ^ 

Huryllisy 8 /*!! a 

manilale, 22 m lie 

ntotnttte, 13/11 e 

lalUinger'-ihe Tuiske, 28/11 a— 1 w 

rwAa, 10/*11 rf 
•«, 19/10/ 
'anconia, 26 in 11 c 
•1W//11/— the Mtharie^ 21 m 11 c 
ufJdersJield, 8 m II c 
«ria, 12/* lie 

;9a— the A'eu' PcA«n, 29 m 11 6 
ttrich — the Fervent^ 13/11 c 
ctoivs—theS, G, G. Thomps<my23/ II e 
vnmtf 28 m 10/ 

Vo/— the i/ottti/ Sttwart, 28 m 11 i 
r ^oAn Lawn nee — the AmoTf IGw 10/ 
'aterloo — the Ilind*^ 19 ; 11 « 
J^ felling, 5 m 10 e 

Departments, Committee of Inquiry 
« \2d 

aulic Djing, 27 m 6 </ 
►loration of, I67 7 e— 28 / 11 / 
>h Geographical Society Arranging 
iploring Expedition into, 21 /'5 c 
il. Commander Cameron's Lecture 
b 

)nd Italian Expedition into, 26 m 6 c 
e Regions of, 28 m 5/ 
Stanley's Atrocities' in, 2 fe/ 
ploration, 23 m 6/ 
Trade in the East, 2mGh 
ting of the Committee to Suppress, 

) in Russia, lAj ie 
1 Holdings Act, 6/6 rf 
i\ Returns, 18/4 e 
IS, 30 m 5 6 

Lord) Turf Reciprocity, 20 f\2a 
irkish Administrations in. Note about, 
6 ill 8 cf— 9 m 10 c 
)ping Company, 30 j 7 /• 
al. Awards, 1 j 6 e— 3 j 8 c 
) Exploration of Africa, ir» / 7 e 
}8t minster Hospital, 17 m 12 e 
Talace— Meeting of Claims, 13i 11 c 

e 

ark, Sale of, by Auction, 8 fh «— 9 / 
/•7 6 

lening Under a New Lessee, 19 w 9/ 
ng up Orders. 20 w 10 6—28 w 11 6 

Harbour Works, 19 ; 7 a 
ik. 14 / ll./~15/6 c— 16/4 /•— 20/ 
m 4 H — 16 woe 
Convalescent Hospital at Eastbourne, 

of the Queen to, 15i6 6 
^ollege and the Bodliean, 80 m 4 e 
-itish and Foreign Fire and Life In- 
Company. 6 m 10 a 

p.; Weather of 1876, Summary of, in 
i;8e 

hardens for the Poor, 12 ; 3 e 
the Bp. of Lincoln Protests against 

if. 13 /'8 n 



Alsace-Lorraine, see Gkrmaict 

Meeting of the Committee of, 6/5 d 

Ambiguous Prayers, 31^ 6 c 

AMERICA :— 

Alabama Claims — Overplus, 8/8 a — 9^ 5 

d— 8 / 9 € 
Claims for Compensation, 17 i 7 b — 20 / 

6 k— 15/4 </ 
Appointments, Oflftdal, 16 m 5 c— 17 m7j 

—19 m 6y— 31 m 5 < 
— Army Appropriation Bill, 26/6 e 
** Battle of Trenton," Celebration of its 

Centennial Anniversary, 11 1' 9 / 
Belknap (Ez-Secretaiy of War) Suit against 

Withdrawn, 10/6 c— 28/6/ 

Chinese Em^^nition, 1 m 6 a 

Civil Service Reform, 14 m 6 e — 26 m5 e 

— ^ Coal Mining and Railway Companies, Meet- 
ing of the Presidents on the PoUcy of a New 

Combination, SI m5 d 

Coinage of, 6 ; 7 /" 

Commercial Crisis in, 2 ; 4 a 

Congress — Bills Passed, ij 7 a 

Close of the Session, 19 m 6/ 

Compromise Bill, 26 j 5 d^27j 5 6—30 



i 6 e 



m 6 « 



the Economitt on, 80 7' 7 « 
Debate on the New Cabinet, 9 m 6 d— 12 

Electoral Bill— the President's Message 
on Approving, 12/11 € 

— Commission, Debate on, 19/5 a — 27/ 
-8 m 5 a — 13 m A a 

— PUn, 24 / 6 a & 6 

— Tribunal Chosen, BljSb 
- Court Justices Elected, 31 J 6 r — 1 



6 a- 



/6« 

Extra Session to be Summoned, 22 m 5 d 

—23 m 6 d 

Finance Bill, 22/6 <f 

Legislative Appropriation Bill, 6/6/— 



16/6 A— 3 1116 A 

Pass a Bill to Accept the Sutue of '' Li- 



berty '* Presented by France, 23/6 c— 28y 6 
y-»27 m4d 

Proposed Arctic Expedition, 2/5/ 

the Senate in S^sion Confirm Members 



of the Cabmet, \(^ m i d 

saver Legal Tender Bill, 17^ 5 c 

the President and his Southern Policy, 



9m6<f 

— Debt of New York City, 19/9 f 

— Deepening of the Mississippi, l2fSr 

— Democratic Mass Meetings at Washingtca 
and other Northern Towns, 10 j 6 € 

— Diplomatic News, 26/6 6—21 m 6 0— 24 m 
7 e— 26 m 6 s 

Mrs. Mary Cleromer's Description of Sir 



Edw. Thornton, 22 « 9 / 

Outrage on the Consul at Acapulca, 30 m 



3 d 

— Downtrodden in Charleston— tlie White 
Man,26i8a— 2y6i 

— Elections of Senators, 6^' 6 €—17 j 6 <f— 19 
j 6 a— 20> 5 6— 26 J 6 e— 7 m 6 d— 9 m 6 e— 23 
m 6 c 



nf Cin'w^mnr* 1. « R 



IR «. K ^ 



Mar. 31» 1877.] palmbs's ikdbx to ** the times *' newspaper. 



Ame 



America (continued). 

Elections in the South, Troops May be 

Emplojed During, 2Aj 5 k 
Execation of Bp. Lee, the Mormon, 28 m 5 

</— 24 mJd&e 

Export Returns, 22 m 5 r 

Extradition Controrerav, l\j9f 

Treaties. 17 m \i r 

Treaty with Sp;iin, 23/5 e— 12 m 12 6 



— Filibustcrin;: ii. 17 m 5 a 

— and the i'rc.ch International Exhibition, 
19 m K /— JS ,/, ;, d 

— Crn tiger :^uit«, Bm S h 

— Grant (Ex-Fresident) Sails for Llrerpool, 
26m 5 e 

— Greenbacks, Account of, 18 i 4 a 

— Import and Export Hetums, SljSd 
Duties, Reduction of, 81 m 5 d' 

— Indians Defeated. 7 f 6 e 

— International hxhibition of Fhiladcli>hia, 
see Iktbrnatiokal 

— Inundation at Sta£Furdville, 28 m 5e— 29 m 5 c 

— Irish Centennial Address, 4 ; 7 a 
Refused Acceptance of, 12/76 

House of Representatives Accept, 5 m 6 / 



— Ladj Lawyers and Barristers, lo f4 d 

— Louisiana, Attempt to Assafisinatc tho Re- 
publican Groremor, 16/6 c — 17 ; "» h 

the Attempted Assassin a Lunatic, 17 



/6 c 

CivU War in, 26 j 8 6—16/6 a 

Commission Appointed to Enquire into 

the Affairs of, 29 m 5 c & e 

Expected Conflict of Partieo. 16 i 5 e 

and its Guarded State Uoutte, '4 j 5 b 

Inauguration of Two Goremors, 10 J 6 c 

Intimidation and Corruption in, 21/4 d 

Political Intimidation in, 12/4 d 

Returning Board Placed Under Arrest, 

6c 

SUte of Affairs in, 11> 6 c & d—^j 6 c 

—IS ; 6 €— 16> 6 e— 16> 6 6—18 ; 6 <f— 6/ 8 
a— 28 m5d 

and South Carolina Goremorships to be 

Left for the New President, 20/6 «— 6 tn B a 



29 j 



— the New President's Policy, 27 m 5 d 

Military Mateiiel Eorwaided to Turkey, 17 

/5c 

— Miscellaneous News, 16 m 6 e — 17 m7 d 

— Mississippi KiTer, Examination of, I5j 6f 

— Money Market, 12 j 6 c 

National Debt, Monthly Report, 8^5 d— 4 

j be -19 j 6 a— 2/6 d & /— 2 m 6 «— 8 m 6 6 
— 6 IN 5 a 

— Negro Ooremment, 12 y 8 a—lSj 8 a 
Free Passes to Negro M.P/s Used for 



Lodgings, 18^8 a 

— New Cabinet in Office, 13 m 5 </— 24 m 7 d 

and the South Carolina and Louisiana 



Affairs, 21 m 5 c 

Funding Loan, 23 ; 6 c— 29 m 5 e 

Orleans State House, Garrisoned by 

Police. 2jbd 

York, the Fugitive President of Mexico 



at, 12/6 e 

Meetine of Bankers and others in. 



to 






America {ronttnued), • 

President of the Western Union Telegrapli 

Company Arrested by the Congress, 11 / 5 cf 

Grant and Indiana, \j9f 

Proposed Tour to the Old World, 9 m 

6/ 

Family of, 9 m 6/ 

■■ Vacates the White House for his Suc- 
cessor, 9 IN 6 /* 

Hayes and^lhe Senate 29 m 8 a 

Deputation of Coloured Citizens to, 23- 



m 5 d 



m 10 a 



— Methodist Bishops to, 24 m 7 e 
and General Hampton, 31 m b e 
Inauguration of the New, 6m b a— 21; 

Preparations to Inaugurate, 3 m 6 ^ 
the Ceremonial, 6 m 6 o 

Speech at his Inauguration, 6 m 6 a 

Ne«r A]»pointments, 5 m 6 a 

( !nbinet, 7 w 5 6—8 m 5 a — 12 mb e 

Prcbident at Washington, 8 « fi c 

Southern Democrats Endorse the Presi- 
dent's Policy, 29 m 8 6—30 m 8 6 

— Presidential Electwn, Notices, 1 j 5 </— 8> 
6 6— 9;6</— 11> 9 /•— 12/5 rf— 17; 6 c &</— 
10 j 5 c— 19 ; 6 a—iOj bb&e 

Commission to Test Disputed Votes, 1S» 

; 5 c— 23y 4 </— 26/8 a— 1 m 4 a— 9 m 4 a 
Counting the Votes, 20 J S a— 2/6 d & 



/•— 18/6 e— 20/5 «— 21/6 a&c— 22 /'4 c/— 
22/6o— 24/6 c— 26/5 e— 28/6 «&/-] tn 
6 a — 2 m 6 a — 8 m b a 

Election of Mr. Hayes, 8 m 5 a 

- of Vice-President, 3 m 5 a — 5 m b a 

Elections, 22 ; 6 a— 24; 6 a— 9y 5 6—12 



/'6 c— 18 /•6 s— 14 /^ 6 

Florida Elections Voted, 81 ; 5 d—Bfb c 

Members nf the lx>uiMiana Keturning 



BoHrd Arrested by Conjfress, 18 ; 5 «~rj /5 tX 
Notices about, 2o ; 5 6—26 5 «— 29; 5 r 



— 80;6rf— 6/6d— 6 f b d-'7J b d—Sjb c 
& «— 12/6 €—16/6 6*& d—^Tfb a&c 

Oregan Case, 19 ; 6 a 

Report of the Joint Electoral Committees 



Appointed to Settle the Dispute about, &c., 1 
/4tf— I tbd 
— — Hctum o" Votes. 4 ; 7 a — 15.7 a e 

Mr. Tilden on the Investigation, 23 / b h 



— Railways. 9 ; 5 c 

Reciprocity Treaty with the King of Samoa 

16/ 4 d 

Resumption of Specie Payment Recom- 
mended by the President, 30/5 e— 31 j b c 
—3/6 c~ j / 5 (/ 

Shipments of Live Stock to England, 2^^ 

M 6 « 

bioux Indians Failure of the Military 

Morements against, 15 .; 4 d—22 /6a 

Campaign against PrcpHring, 30 m 3 /> 



— Six Chinamen Killed by a Gang of W hite 
Men at San Francisco, 1 7 ui 7/ 

— South Carolina Election.^, i j S a 
Affairs, 29 m 6 c 

Democrats, 19 j» 8 a 

Powers of " Canvassincr Boards." 2 j' ft « 



Ame 



PALlffEB^S INDEX TO **• THE TIME8 ** NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Amwioa (rontinuefi), 
>— and Spain. 13 m 5 « 

Stock Markets, 5 n € e 

Survey • in, 9 j 4 € 

Tilden*8 Speech on Installing the New Go- 

rernor of New York, 3 ; 5 rf 

Mr. Bli86*8 Letter Explanatory, 7 f 5/ 

Prosecuted for Not Paying Inconie Tax, 



24) 5 b 

— Treasury Bonds, Calling in of, 14/5 6 — 12 
M 5 «— 16 m 5 c— 28 m 5d 

— Treaty of Extradition with Spain Ratified, 
lOfhe 

T^vecd Prepared to Giro up his all for hit 

Kelense and Disclose all, 26 m 5 e 

Wasliington's Birthday. 23/5 c 



American Ice Harvest, 15/5 /* 

Meat, Account of, 16 / a/--20 / 9 /■— 22 ; 

12 6-^20/6 e 
Import Returns. 13^ 6 d— 15^ 7 c—lf 

A e 

in the Metropolit in Meat Market, 26; 7 • 

Notes ahoui, 27^ 5 6^80 J 8 c— 30 ; 10 c 

—1 n b-dl m \0b 

'- Prices of. 80 j 10 c 

Sale of, in Edinburgh, 6/3*— 12/7 « 

—20 / 6 e—o m G b 
^ — Mr. Tallcrman*s Organization for the 

Import of. 9 /^ /*— 12/7 « 

Railroad Kirg, 10 ; 10/ 

Ame.»n -a, a Smike in the Z.iolopical dardcn'^, 5 

/// 1 u t 

Ancient Britons, Celebration of the in?nd. An- 

I iversary, 2 m 8 6 
Coins Found at Blackmoor, Lord Selborne*8 

Lecture, 8/6 6 

Monuments, Note about, 20 m Be 

Ancketeil (Maxwell) Riots in Asia Minor, SO / 

i\e 
Anderson (James) en Submarine Telegraphy, 

14/10 6 
Anpling in the Thames. 9 m 6/ 
Anglo-American 'copyright — the Fortnightly 

Review on. 31 1 12 a 
An^lo-French Commercial Treaty, Deputation 

of Chambers of Commerce to Government 

about. 23/8 «— 22 m 10/ 

Treaty of Commerce, Note about, 12 m 6 « 

Ang1o-Je\u>h Association, Meeting at Birming- 
ham on the Eastern Question, 2j 6 « 
Aniline Colours in Art, 4/11 d 
Antiquarian Discoveries in Mycenae. Zj 10 « — 12 

jl a-'20j5d--9/n/—lAj 8 6—5 m 10 c— 

16 w 11 6—17 m 1*2 a 
Antrobus (Edmund) on the Wilton Election, 22 

/«/— 26/6C 
Ant8, Sir John Lubbock's Discourse on, 30 ; 9/ 
Arabia, Revolt of the Yemen Tribes, 19 m 5 <f 
Arancania, the So-Called King of. Dies, SmB d 
Arch f Joseph) at the Blackpool Liberal Meeting, 

3/6</ 
Arclianpl Marine Insurance Company. 23 ; 7 a 
A I chxological Discovery at Palestrina. 17/4 d 
Ai chapology. Meeting of the London and Middle- 

t X Society, 16 m 8 c 
ATi:her v A.) on the Norway and Scotch Natural- 



ARCHES COURT :— 

Church of the Annnnciatk>ii, Cliislehurst, 

27 rud 
Howard 9, Bodington, 22/ 10 •— 28/ 1 1 a 

—19m 6/ 

Hudson v. Rev. Mr. Tooth, ISj 10 d 

Improvements at St. Mary*s, Newington 



<• y» « i% 



Butts, liy 11 a 
Jones and another v. Dorer Guardians — 

Judgment, 7 flla 
Ridsdale (Rer. C. J.) v. Clifton and oth«re, 

13^4 rf 

St. Augustine, Haggerstone. 27/11 d 

re St. Bamabus, Homerton, 29 tn 1 1 k 

St. John's Church, Hampstead. 11 f 1 1 a 

St. Peters, Eaton Square, to Sell a Painting, 

27/11 d 
Architectural Molochs, 30 m 8 / 
Arctic Expedition. Official Inquiry into the 

Cause of Scurry in, 1 j 9/-4 j 10/— 5> 10 j 

— dj9/— 12y5a-16i9«— 18i 7 a— 26> 12 

d— 8 m 11/ 
Sir George Nares*s Paper on the Resohs, 27 

mGd 
Freedom of the City to be Presented to Sir 

George Nares, 17 i 9 /— 29/ 7 « 
the Pemdorm, Tribute to Sir Allan Toung. 

20 m 1 1 r 
Arctic Polar Colony, Intention to Establish, 23 

/4« 
Aigrt'no Con'd er'tion, Lopei Jordan IUis«» 

a Mitndard ot lie voir. I / lu e 
Arme<l MnhomHnM*. Nate about, 30/6 • 
AiHienia und Ararat, Dr. Bryce*s Lectmre on, 20 

mA f 

Disorders in, 2/8 a 

Editor of the Journal Artarat Dies from 

Injuries Inflicted on bim by the Police, 4/5 

4— 24;6€ 

Miscellaneous News, 22/ 5 (/ 

Notes about, 6 m 11 a— 9 mS f 

Resignation of the Patriarch, 27 m 11 c 

Armenians, Notes about, 6/6 « — 24/ 6 • 

Armour Plates, 81 m 6 <f 

Army and Nary Co-OperatiTe Sodety, Meeting, 

30m5 f 
Amim ((3ouot) ut Gbrmant 
▲mold (Arthur) Sequel to the Conference, 27 / 4 / 
Arsenic and Horses, 6 m 8 </ 
Art and Muscles, Lecture on, 22/5/ 

Education in Manchester, 5/9/ 

and Our Hospitals, 23/ 7 /— 25 ; 6 /*— 26 ; 

9 e— 21) i 6 /— 30 ; 5/— 81 j 5 «— 2 ft b^^f 

12 r— 6/10 c— 10 /•5 «— 12/10 b 

Loan Exhibition, 31 ; 9 « 

Needlework, Exhibition of, at South Keo- 

sington, 16 m 4 « 

Sales, set Fikk Arts 

Artificial Fish Culture, 9 ; 3 c 

Artisans' Dwellings Act, Deputation to tke 

Home Office about, 17 / 10 d— 3/6 f 
Inquiry to Carry it Out in the Subvrbs 

and City of London, 21 m 11/— 22 m 10 /— 

26 m 10 c— 29 m\0 d 

Institute, New Year's Soiree at, 1/ 11 /" 

Labourer's sn 1 General Dwellings Com- 



M.ir. 31, 1877.] palmkr's index to ''^ thb timks" nkwspapkr. 



Bin 



Ashley (ETelyn) on Lord Falmerf ton and Greek 

Liberation, 18 ; 6 c 
Assam Company, 12 ; 7 d 
Assaults on Judges, 17 m 18 a~19 m 10/— 22 

m5/— 22 m n d 
Associated Chambers of Commerce, Annual 

Meeting, 24 j 11 /— 22 / 6 4—28 y 10 c 
Atlantic Traffic, 26^ 10 a— 29 ; 7/— 81 ; 9 /" 
Auber, Monument to. Unreiled, fiOj B d 
Auction Sales, Commissions on, see CoMiiiasioira 
Augmentation of Small Livings, Meeting at 

Leicester about. 27 m 6/ 
AUSTSALIA:— 

Budget, \7 m n h 

('hriatmas Merry Ai-^king in, 1 7 m 5 o 

— Culoniiil .realtiu-iy ou the German Settle- 
ment in the Tonjra Isl inds. 13/8 « 

Cricket iu, wii h Eugiishmen, 1/ U e — 1 7 mo a 

Drought in, 80 m 8 c 

Duplicate Cable Conference, 28 m 11 (f 

Gold from Queenshind, 28 m 4 6 

Intercolonial Conference on Cable Commu- 
nication, 6/6 <f— 21/5 a 

New Bishop of Melbourne Arrives, 13w5/ 

Oyster Cultivation in, 17 m 5 6 

Parliamentary Proceedings, 18/8 • 

Plague of Kangaroos, I f6 e 

Returns of Gold Mining. 17 m ft a 

— Hevenue Returns, 17 m 5 a 

Small Pox in, 17 m 5 c 

South— the Weather, 21 / 5 n 

— — Western — Dispute of the Lacepede Islands, 

1/6 f 
see also Nbw South Walks — ^Victokia 

▲ITD Nbw Zealand 
Australian Agricultural Company, 17 t' 7 o — 7 / 

7/-16/7(l 

Cdonies, 8il2^ 

Federation, 18/8 « 

Guano, 11^4^ ISyS/— 29m4/ 

Labour Market, 14 /" 11/ 

Meat Agency Company, 7 / 7 / 

Northern Territory, Exploration of, by Mr. 

M<Minn,27y9« 
AUSTRIA :— 
Bank Qnestion, 2 /"K/— 3 r n d^R fH /'— 

7/6 «^19 / 6 u— 21 /• 5 6 & c— 22/5 c— 28 

Budget, 80 / 6 e 

— Conference on the Bank Question, 25 i 5 s 
Diets Convoked, 28 m 5 <f 

Diplomatic News, 20i 6 d 

— and the Eastern Question, 28 m 6 « 
•^— and Herzegovina, 15 nt 10 a 

and Hungary, 28 /*6 e 

Gen. IgnatieflP at Vienna, 15/6 rf— 26 m 6 

a— 27 m 5 c— 28 m 5 e— 29 m$e 
Law Relating to Delegations, Rejected, 19 

m 6a 
Marriage Law, Bill to Modify, Rejected, 21 

/6 c 

New British Embassy, First Ball at, 3/5 d 

Loan, 19 / 5 </ 

Paris Internal ionnl Exhibition, Cill to 

Defray Expenses, 2.J /'5 c 
Reichsrath, Proceedings in, 8 ui 5 e — 17 in 



Austria (roi4mned). 

Tyrolese Diet Dissolved, 27 / 5 c 

Aiiatiian Embassy, 1:^/9 e— 22/9 /*— 16 w 9 /* 
Autogra{)Iis, Price Sale List o^ Mr. French's 

Collection, 28> 4 e 
Avonside Engine Company, Meeting, 28 m 6/ 
Aylmer (J. E. F.) on the South Eastern and 

Chatham Fusion, 24; 7 c— 19 in 7 a 

B. 
Bach (Sebastian) Second Performance of his 

Mass, 5 /n 9 e 
Bactrian Camel. 9 m 6y 
liaden-PoMrell (George) on the Cyclone Wave in 

Bengjil. 5 7 3 #? 
Btiillie (Alexander) on the National Bank of 

Parsoruay, 18j 7 6 
Bain (John) on Mineral Oil Lamps, 1€ m 6 e 
Baker : J. L.) Agricultural Returns, 80 m 5 6 
(Lawrence J.) on the Censure Passed on 

him by the Stock Exchange, 80 y 7 a— 6 fl a 
Balmond, Dinner to Mr. Wyniidham, late of the 

Edinburgh Theatre a^ 28 / 11 e 
Banckes (Gerard) Christmas Hamper, I2j7 d 
Bank Forgeries— Anecdote of Bidwell, th» 

Forger, 21 m 10 «— 27 m 12 a 
Ba nkers, Earliest EngUsh, 18/ 7/ 
BANEIKS:— 

Aberdeen Town and County,27y 10 d 

Agra, 21 m 6 e 

Alliance, 4^ 7 c— 18/ 6 6— 19> 7 e 

Anglo-Californian, 22 J 7 a 

Australian Joint Stock, 28 m 10 e 

Bank of Australasia, 18 m 11 a— 21 m € # 

of Austria, 20^ 7 a 

of Bengal, 9^ 7 a— 11 ; 7 a— 1» j 7 c-d 

/115 

of Bombay, 15 ; 7 o— 5/7 a 

of British Columbia, 7 m 10 a— 21 m 6 e 

of Egypt, 26/ 7 a— 8y 7 e 

of England, Weekly Returns, 6 / 7 5 & c— 

12 7 7 d 4 •—19^ 7 5 & c— 26 j 7 b it «>— 2/ 7 

c & d'-Bf 11 c— 16 /" 11 5— 23 /lO b &. c— 2 m 

6 5—9 m 6 6—16 m 6 6 & e— 28 m 6 6^24 m 

18 e— 80 m6h&e 
Anibunt of Bullion Held by, at Each 

Alteration of Rate of Discount. \j7h—\2j7d 
Bullion Operations, 2 7 7 b — 5 j 7 



12 9 7 rf— 19 ; 7 6—26 1 7 6—10 f7 6—12 w 7 « 
Dividend Notioet, 1/7 a— 16 m 6 



17 MS a 

Half-yearly Court, IC m 6 e 

Inquiry into its Refusal to Accept 



Regittrar-General*s Certificate as a Proof of 
Death, 7 m 8 6—10 m 8 6 

Notes in Circulation, 1/7 6— 5i 7 5 — 



12 j 7 rf— 19 ; 7 6— 26J 7 6— 2/7 f— » /ll e 
—16 J 11 6—28 /lO 6—2 m 6 6—9 m 6 6— 1» 
m 7 a— 16 m 6 6—28 m 6 6—80 m 5 6 

Resignation of the Baok Solicitor, 17 



m 8 6 



I 



of France, Weekly Retuint, 5^7 c— 19 

, 7 ^_i«i ;• 7 r-26 1 7 r— 2 f7 d— 9 / 11 c— IS 

/ 11 6-17./ u t— I'o/iOc— 2iit<>«»— 9iii6 6 

—16 m 6 c^80 m 6e 

NewArrangementonReceiTii^Biillion^ 



Ban 



PlXJiB&'8 INDEX TO ^^ THB TIMBS ** VBW8PAPKB. 



[June 1 to 



Banking (continued). 

Bank of London^ $e€ Sbqukstsatioits 

of Madras, S j 7 k 

of New South Walei, 8 i 7 a 

ZeaUnd, Ilj7a—2l/l2a 

of Scotland, 28 m 10 « 



— Bankers* Clearing House, B j 7 c — 12 J 7 e 
—19 i 7c— 28 ; 7 c— 2 r7d—9 /" II c— 16/ II 
6—23 f 10 c— 2 m 6 4—9 m 6 6—16 m 6 c— 28 
m 6 6 — 80 m o e 

— Banque Franco-HoUandaist, 8y 7 a — 5j 5 e 
Francaise et Italienne. 29 m 5 c 



7 a— 8 



— Birmingham Joint Stock, 18 ; 7 a 

— BradfoM Banking Companj, 29 j 
/7a 

— Carlisle and Cumberland, 29j7d 

— Central, of London, 13 y 8 6—19 ; 7 e 

— Chartered, of India. &c^ 12 ; 7 c— 29 m7 a 

— Check Bank, First Annual Report, 28 m 7 6 

— Citj, 3i 7 a— ISy 7 a— 17> 7 <f— 2 m 6 a— 
15 m 8a 

— Colonial, 5j 7d 
of New Zealand, 14 m \0 n 



Banking (cofi<tiitte<(^. 

Bianchester and Lirerpool, 1/76 

Mercantile, of Sjdney, 18 m 11 a 

Merchants' Banking Companj of London, 

26A7a 

MetropoUUn, 18/ 8 6—26 ; 8 «— 1/7 6 

MidUnd, 12 ; 7 c— 24> 7 «— 26 / 6 « 

National, 17 i 7 a— 26 j7d 

of Australasia, 8/ 7 a 

of New Zealand, 10 ; 8 a 

of Paraguay, ISj 7 b—SOj 7 e 

Prorincial of England, 12/ 7 e 

•ther Companies Not Associated with. 



1 



— Commercial of Sydney, 22 / 7 a— 28 m 10 a 

— Compsrison of Bank Notes with the Prices 
of Consols and French Rentes, 5/7 6—12 ; 7 
d—ld i 7 6— 26 f' 7 6—2/ 7 c— 9 / 1 1 c— 18 / 
11 6-23 a 10 6—2 m 8 6—9 m 6 6—18 m 8 6 
—28 m 6 6—80 m 5 6 

— Consolidated, 6/ 7 a— 15/ 7 a— 19 i 7 « 

— Cumberland Union, 29/ 7 rf 

— Endorsement of Checks, iee Chbgks 

— English, Scottish and Australian Chartered, 
22i7a— 80i7c 

— Halifax Joint Stock, 2/7/ 

— Hampshire and North Wilts, 25/ 8 a 

— Helston Banking Company, Suspension of, 
1/7 a— 25/6/^ 

— Hong Kong and Shanghai Company, 16 / 
11 a— 17/ 11 c- 27 m 10 a 

— Impcarial, 5/ 7 a— 18/ 6 6—17/ 7 d 
of Germany, 6/7 6—1 1/7 a— 19/ 7 



27/ 7 6—12/7 a— 20 /6 6-27/10 i^— 5 m 7 
a— 12 m 7 a— 27 m 10 a 
of Russia, 26/ 7 a 



— International, of Hamburg and London, 7 
m 10 a 

— Lancashire and Yorkshire, 18/ 6 6 

— Leicestershire Banldng Company, 10 / 7 a 

— Lincoln and Lindsey, 22 i 7 6 — 24/ 7 e 

— Lirerpool Adelphi, 10 j 6 a 

Commercial Banking Company, 11 / 7 a 

Union, 9/ 11 c 



— Lloyd's Banking Company, 8/7 a— 9 fWd 

— London Joint Stock Banks, Abbott's Hidf- 
yearly Tables about, 2/7 6 

— Joint Stock, 5^7 a — 19 j 7 a&e 

and County, 26 ; 7 a— 2 f9a&f 

and Hanseatic, 10/7 a— 23/10 a 

and FroTindal 28/ 7 a — 81 / 7 « 

-^— and San Francisco, 26/7 a 

and South African, 16^ 5 <— 28 mlOd 

Western, 18 / 7 a— 7 /7 <— 24 m 13 a 

—26 m 7 6 



— and Westminster, 4/7 c — 18 ; 7 a & c 

— and Yorkshire, 17 ; 7 a— 20/ 7 d 

MAnr.hAfttAr Atid Pniintv 15t i fi /* 



12;7c 

of Scotland, 18 m 11 a— 28 m 10 e 



New London and Braxilian, 28 m 7 6 
North Eastern Banking Company, 2/ 7 a 
- and South Wales, 5 ; 7 a— 24/ 7 e 
Western of Liverpool, 15 ; 7 a 



— Nottingham Joint Stock, 17/ 7 a 

— Oriental Bank Corporatien, 80 m 5 a 

— Pares's Leicestershire Banking Company, 
Sf7a 

— Paris Banking Company, 16/ 7 a 
Should be Parr 



— Parrs Banking Company, 16/ 7 «— 17 / 7 6 
Private and Joint Stock Banks, Return of 

Circulation, 12; 7 if— 10/7 6— 12 m 7« 
Scotch and Irish, Specie Held by, 12 / 7 <f 

—10/7 6— 12 m 7 a 

Staffordshire Joint Stock, 12/ Te—lfT d 

Stamford, Spalding and Boston Banking 

Company, 10/7 a 
— ^ State of Shares, in every (/ay*« paper 

Stockholm Enskilda Bank, 12 m 7 a 

Stourbridge and Kidderminster, 29 i 7 a 

Swansea Bai^ 17/ 7 a 

Union of Australia, 5/ 7 a — 9/ 7 a & c 

of London, 4/7 c — 11 j7 a&e 

of Manchester, 19/ 7 a 

West of England and South Wales District, 

28/7 a 
-»-^- Riding Union Banking Company, 18 / 

10 a 

Western Bank of Scotland, 80 m 5 a 

Wilts and Dorset, 6/ 7 6—8/7 a 

Wolverhampton and Staffordshire, 22/ 7 6 

York Union, 3 /'7 a 

BANKBVPTCIES;— 

Abbott, John, 17/9 6 

Adand, John Woodhouse, 8 m 8 6 

Adams, W., 14 m 7/ 

Altree, George, 21 fS/ 

Anderson, Wm. Gibson, 14/8 c 

Andrew, S., 21 m 8 cf 

Armstrong, Charles, 6^8 6 

Arthur, J., 17/9 6 

Asher, John, 14/8 c 

Aspinjill, George, 7 /* 8 c 

Atkeo, W^ 17/9 6 

Attwood, Richard, 21 m^d 

Austin, John, 17 m 8 c 

Balfour, J., 24 m 18/ 

Balkin, James, 27 / 8 a 

Baker, Henry, 17 fdb 

John, 10/8 6 



Mar, 31, 1877.] falmsr*8 index to *• tiik timks" nkwspapkr. 



Ban 



BftnkniptcieB (con/inue</)> 
Barker, Win., 17/86 

Bamftrdo, B., 14 m If 

Barrie, R., 17/9 6 

Barty, D.. H/8 c 

Baxter, P., 21 f S f 

Bajlif, Wm. Thot., 81 m 8 c 

Bean, £., 6 y 8 6 

Beaumont, George, 21 m 8 </ 

M., SfSb 

Beliriiaip, 6i8& 

Benham, J. Jan., 14/8 « 

Bentlej, G. H. A., 17 m 8/ 

Bethanoj, Wm., 17 i 8 6 

Bettiwn, Wm., lOi 8 * 

BeriU, Chai., SijSb 

Bird, B., 14 m 7/ 

Blackburn, C, 28 m 8 a 

Bond, A. E., 18 / 6 a 

— - Bonkam, John, 7/8 c 

Borland, J. W. and R., 21 m 8 </ 

^ Bornu, Thomas, 17>8 6 

Bradford, Wm., 24 m 18/ 

Brand, J., 20; 8 * 

Breelin, E. W; W. jun., 24 / 8 c 

Brewer, Richard, 81 > 8 6 

BrimtOB, A., 14 m 7 /* 

Britnor, John, 8 ; 8 c 

Brown, Alexander, 8 m 8 6 

G. Jan., ZmSb 

Goodman, 8/8 6 

H^ 10 1*8 6 

J., 20; 8 6 

W.Mark, 8/8 6 

BrownUe,W., 17/96 

Bmnjes, Martin, 18 / 6 a 

Buchanan, Charles E., 10 m 8 « 

Bunbury, M., 27 / 8 c 

Burghope, H. W., 81 m 8 c 

BurkUl, A. H., 21 / S/ 

— Bumside, G. H., 14 m 7/ 

Burr, Frank, 81 m 8 c 

' Butler, Arthur Montague, 20y 8 6 

Butt, Alfred Barnes, 3 m 8 6 

Cameron, J. C, 81 « 8 c 

Campbell, L., 24 m 18/ 

Cardtts, J., 17/9 6 

Carr, A., 28 m 8 6 

Carmthers, James Edward, 21 m 8 rf 

Catchpole, J. G., 81 m 8 c 

Caraf J, George Peter, 7f9e 

— - Champ, W., 14 fS e 

Charlton and Chariton, 24 m 13 / 

• E., 10 m 8 c 

Childs, T., 18 / 6 c 

Clifford and Rogerson, 13/6 « 

Coales, Henry, 8/ 8 c 

Cockcpoft, OUrer, 24/8 6 

Coldham, J., 28 m 8 d 

Cole, J.,8/8c 

Comyn, G. Edward, 17 J 9 6 

Cordwell, Daniel, 28/ 8 6 

Corser, G., 17j 8 6 

Cottam, John, 28/8 rf 

Coorland, J., 28 m 8 6 

Cowper,J., 17m 8/ 



Bankruptcies (lontiumd), 

CJrowhurst, John. 31/86 

(^urran. James, 21 m 8 d 

Dalyell, Robert, 10 « 8 c 

Dash wood, Capt. Charles H., 13/ 6 a 

Fred., 17/8 6 

Daridson, R.. 20/ 8 6 

Dawbam, C. P., 24/8 6 

Dean, Lewis John Massey, 8 m 8 6 

Debman, H. M., 28 m 8 6 

Denton. Geo., 10/ 8 6 

. Derbyshire, John, 3/ 8 € 

Dickie, H. W.. 7/8 c 

Dickson, Richard, 10 / 8 6 

Doak, J., 3/8 6 

Dowse, Wm. Thomas, 28 m 8 6 

Downs, Isabella Danks, 10/8 6 

Dromtra. F. W. C, 21 fhf 

Dryden, G., 14 / 8 c 

W., 31 i 8 c 

Duff or W. Sween, Mrs. J., 17 m 8/ 

Duncan, H., 7 m 8 c/ 

Dunn, H, 20/8 6 

Dyer, W. W., 3./ 8 6 

East, Edward, 1 m 8 e 

Ebsworth, G, H., 10/8 6 

Edenborough, M., 17/9 6 

Eliott, J., 7 / 8 c 

Ellis, John, 81 / 8 c 

Blphick, A. W., 6/8 6 

Emery, Robt., 24/ 8 c 

Ewing, G. E., 17 m 8/ 

Falkenstain, F., 17/9 6 

Ferguson and Ferguson, 24 m 18/ 

Fomacon and Phillips, 31 / 8 6 

Foster, Joseph Pershouse, 18/ 6 a 

FothergiU, Benj., 6/ 8 6 

Eraser, A., 8 j 8 6—27/ 8 a 

R., 28 m 8 6 



Freeman, Henry Wm., 7 m 8 6 
Fyfe, J. P., 24 / 8 c 
GalUcher, J., 31 / 8 c 
GiUies, Robert, 3 m 8 6 
Glennie, T., 3 m 8 6 
Goppin and Knights, 8 m 8 6 
Gooch, Robert S., 24 m 13/ 
Gordon, R. K^ 17/ 9 6 
Gould, Edw. John, 3/8 6 
Grant, A., 14/8 a 

— Alex., 10/ 8 b 

— J., 8/8 6— 24 SI 13/ 
Green well, Richard, 81 m 8 c 
Grinlett, John, 14 m 7 / 
Gudgeon, Oswald, 14 m 7 / 
Hacking, John, 14 / 8 c 
Hadley, John, sen., 24 / 8 o 
Hall, Mary, 8 /8e 

Hand, Henry, 20/ 8 6 
Hands, T. W.. 14 m 7/ 
Harris, John, 10 / 8 6 
Harrison, E., 21/6/ 
Richard Thos., 17/ 9 6 



Hartt, H., 8/8 6 

Harvie, W., 10 / 8 6 

Haws, John, 27^ 8 c 

Heard. John R., 31 / 8 c 



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a 



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PAM1KK 8 INDEX Tit " TIW TIIIK8 NEWSPArKK. 



[Jon. 1 U 



Bnnkruptcies (fin.tinxi^.d), 

— lK«tir. \V. H.. 10/86 

HeW8on Hiid lloldcrness, 14 m If 

Hi?lop. .1. \V., 14/ 8 c 

HotIj^>on, Tho8., 24 / 8 & 

Uoldsworth. Chas. Edw. Hall, 3 m 8 6 

Hullid^ and Smaliridge, 1'6 j d a 

Hollywood. Tho9., 24; 8 c 

lioliiies. J ., 8 i 8 c 

Hornvik, Fred.. 3 j 8 6 

Howard. David. 24 .? 8 c 

Hudspeth. J.. 10 m 8 c 

Hughef, W. J.. 27 ; 8 c 

Hunter. J., 'Aj^c 

R., ol iw 8 c 

Jackson, hklinund. 8 m 8 6 

James, Haw, \1 j % b 

Jamieson. J.. 14/8 c 

Jardine. J., 27,; 8 <i 

Jenkins, A.. 24 w 13/ 

Kdmuud Cope, 31 m 8 c 

Henry, 17 j8 6 



Jenkinson, J. N., 3 j 8 r 
Jennings, Geo., 10^ 8 6 

— Jesse, 81 J 8 c 
Johnson, Isaac, 10 m 8 c 

— Samuel Butler, 3^8 6 
Jones, Darid, 24 y 8 ^ 

— R. M., 10 j 8 k 

— Thoi., 8y 8 6 
Josephs, Joseph, 27 mS f 
Kaje, Wilson. 13j8a 
Keith. A., 13 ; 6 a 

Kenned J and Kennedy, 10/8 c 
H. Lorraine, 31 m 8 c 



Key, John, 21 /$ /-24/f i 

Kidd, T., 2ifHh 

KUbrige, D., 28/8 d 

King, Joseph Faviar. 17 m 8 & 

Kinloch, Alfred, 7J$r 

Kitto, Charles Wm.. 17/96 

Knight, James, 14 m 7y 

Lamb, Fred, 81 / 8 e 

Lamont, J., 27y 8 a 

^ — Lanack, J. Currie, \7jBb 

Lane.H. M., 17i»A 

Langridge, Thomas, 17/9 h 

Laurie, J.. 24 m 13 /* 

Lawless, Charles, 17 m 8/ 

Lowie, A., 21 m 8 if 

Luck, J., 3 ; 8 e 

Lees and Thirad, 10 m 8 e 

Leonard, T. G. B., Sj 8 b 

Lewis, Arthur, 31 j 8 c 

Llgertwood, W., 10 m 8 e 

liiston, W., 9>8 6 

Lloyd, Andrew Wallace, 7/8 c 

Longley, John, 21 m 8 d 

Lowe, Peter, 27/ 8 a 

— >- Lowndes, A. S., 10 m 8 c 

Lyon, A., 8 m 8 6 

and Tumbull, 3 ; 8 c 

M*Nie and Baird, 14 j • e 

M*AUster, R. and G., 8 m 8 6 

M*Aloon, T., 28 / 8 rf 

M'AnaUey, H., 14 /*8 c 



Bankruptcies (rontinutd), 

MCuaig. P.. 7 m H d 

MGregor, J., 24/8 A— 10 w 8 c 

M Keller. A.. 17w8/ 

M'Kenscy. RolHnd. 17 m 8/ 

M'Kenzie. R., 26 m S d 

and M*Kenzie, 7 m H d 

M'Kie. J. Jan., 81 m 8 <: 

M'Laren. A., 3 m 8 6 

J.. 17iii8/ 

M*Lay, W.. 13>6a 

M*Lennan, W.. 2^ fSb 

M*Leod, M.. 21 w 8 rf 

M'Millan, Cm 10/8 6 

John. 31 M 8 c 

R. J. C, 31 w 8 c 

M*Vey. Jm21 / 5 / 

Major, J. W., 10/ 8 6 

Mann or McDonald, 14/f c 

Margrie, Fred., 31 / 8 c 

Martin. R, J., 14 wi 7y 

Mason, J., 17 « 8 /" 

Matthew, R. and W., 7/ 8 « 

Maron. Samuel, 24/8 6 

Maxted, John, 14 f8 c 

Meacham. James, 7/8 e 

Melrille. W.. 6 ; 8 6 

Merchant and Merchant, 8 mS d 

Miles, Joseph, 17 m 8 c 

MiUar, J. C, 10 w 8 c 

Miller, Agnes, 14 j 8 c 

J., 10w8c 

and Waddell, 24/ 8 c 

MiUie, C, 2$j8 6 

MitcheU, James 24 m 13 /* 

Robert Brightmore, 21*/ 5/ 



Moore, Charles, 10 j 8 6 

H., 8j 8 e 

Mordle, Wm., 7 fSe 

Morrison, W., 24 fS b 

MuUin, J^ 8 / 8 6 

Munro, T., 14/8 c 

Needham, Joseph, 8 m 8 6 

Newman, £dwin jun., 19/9 6 

O. H., 24/8 6 

NichoUs, C, 3/8 6 

Nish, A., 10 r 8 6 

Norman, Francis Henry, 8 m 8 6 

Nugent, L. J., 14 m 7|/ 

Gates, W., 14 m 7/ 

O'Connell and G'Connell, 14/8 c 

Gddy, T., 24 m 13 < 

Oliphant, J., 17/9 6 

Gliver,J. S., 27i8« 

G'Neil, J. T., 7/*8c 

Padgett, John, 27 jSm 

Padleys, George, 14/8 c 

Page and Morton, 17 fS b 

Pamell, Wm., 13 ; 6 a 

Partick, T. Dunlop, 27/ 8 c 

Peat, J., 17 m 8/ 

PeUow, Richard Ball, 21/5/ 

PhUp, M. 8 m 8 6—14 m 7/ 

Pilson, James, 13i 6 a 

Pitkethly, R. Shaw, 31/86 

^oo\ej,W,A., 14/8 c 



Mar. 31) 1877.] paliiku*8 indkx to the ^^ times" newspaper. 



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Bankmptcies (rofttwued), • 

Pounde, John. 7 /' 8 c 

Proctor, EUslia, 1 7 m 8 / 

Henry, 28 / 8 </ 

Ramsay, J. W.. 2A fSb 

Kandall, G., 81 ; 8 c 

Keid and Scott, S mS h 

Renner. Ralph, 21 m B d 

Renie,R., Slide 

Riddell, C. E., 10 fS 6 

Ride, J., 8 ; 8 € 

Ridge. Cecil, 8 m 8 6 

Ritchie, W., 10/8 6 

Robinson, J., 81 m 8 c 

Robson, Albert, 17/9 A 

Roddick, J. sen., 28/8 </ 

Roper, J. H., 6 ; 8 A 

Joseph, 14 fS c 

Rose, Thomas, 17 m 8 / 

Ross, G., 7 m 8 cf 

George Clark, 17 / 8 a 

Bowen Charles D., 20jSb 

Rule, J., 7 m 8 </ 

Samuel, Henry, 14/8 « 

Saunders, Henry, 81 m 8 c 

Sarage, Edw. Bodroan, 10/8 6 

Sawyer, Edward, 28 w 8 6 

Scott, R.. 10/8 6 

T., 27y8a 

W..24> 8 c 

and Scott, 2S m B d 

Sharp, A., 27 ; 8 a 

Shaw, D., n/^fe 

^lby,T., 17y8 6 

Shearing, Thomas, 2B/S d 

Shirtcliffe, John jun., 81 j 8 c 

Sime. C, 7 m 8 rf 

Simmons. A. M., 6/86 

Skeef, George, 20/8 6 

Skelton, Wm., 10 m 8 r 

Sim. A. and W. M., 24/8 d 

Simpson, W., 14 m If 

Smeeth, Alfred Wm., 6^8 6 

Smethur^t, John, 2\ mB d 

South, Herbert J., 24 m 18 / 

I).. 8 m 8 </ 

James. 14 /*8 c 

John Phillips. 7/8 c 

RG.. 10/8 6 

S., 14 m 7/ 

T. C, 8/*8 6 

W., 8/ 8 c— 27 ; 8 c 

— Sobery, Cooper, 10 / 8 6 

SommerTille, A., \AjBc 

Sothcott, John, 21 /5/ 

Stafford, Joseph, 24y 8 c 

Stalhammar, B. Henry, 3/8 6 

Stephenson, Wm. Henry. 17 m 8/ 

Sterens, James, 'Z\ mB d 

Stone, F. W., 81 i 8 6 

Straw. Thos., 10 j 8 6 

Street, Wm. C, 24 m 18y 

Stringer, W., 2BfBd 

Sutherland. W. R., 8 m 8 6 

Swann, John, 81 m 8 c 

Sydney, John. 10 ji* 8 6 



[ Bankruptciea (continued). 
' Taylor, J. H., 21^5/ 

T. W., 14y8c 

Tear, J„ HfBc 

Thorn, Robert, 24/8 6 

Thoms, Walter Thos., 28 m 8 </ 

Thomas, D., 7/8 c 

S., 81 m 8 c 

Thompson. C. B. P., 27 ; 8 « 

Thomson, C, 2BfBd 

Thornton, Sykes, 10 m 8 c 

Thorpe, Edward Coverley, 21 m 8 rf 

Tiptaft and Tiptaft, 81 m 8 c 

Tompsett, Henry Benjamin, 81 m 8 e 

Tucker, Joseph. 27 > 8 a 

VickerstafiF, James, 7 mB d 

Virian, Hon. C, 27 ; 8 « 

Waddell, J. W., 81 m 8 c 

and Wood, 10 m 8 c 



Wallbank, Wm., 17 m 8/— 21 mBi 

Warde, Alec, 18/86 

Wame, Wm. Henry, 17/96 

Washington, Geo.. 17 m 8/ 

Wathew. R.. 24 / 8 c 

Watson, H. S., 81 i 8 c 

Louis, 8/8 6 

Watt. J., 24 f 8 c 

Watts, Walter John. 14 /*8 c 

Webley, R. jun., 27 / 8 a 

Whiteley, J.. 24/86 

Whittaker, J., 24 /8 6 

Whyte. W., 81 y 8 c 

Wigg. Edw. James, 18 / 6 a 

Wigglesworth, Wm. John, 81 / 8 c 

Wilcockson, T. J., 14 m 7/ 

Wilcox. George, 27 ; 8 q 

Williams, Alfred, 6^8 6 

L.. 8 / 8 c 

Williamson, J., 17y 8 6 

Wilson, T.. 28 m 8 6 

. Winteringham, Henry, 21 m 8 </ 

Wise, W. jun., 24 j 8 c 

Witchell, Geo., 17/96 

Wood, Charles, 24 i 8 c 

G., sysc 

John, 81 m 8 c 

Samuel 17^9 6 

Wright, Edward, 7 m 8 rf 

J.. 10 m 8 c— 81 mB li 

W. W., 14 m 7/ 



Wyatt, Louis. 28 m 8 6 

Young and Young, 21 m 8 / 

BANKRUPT0IE8 AKNTJLLED :^ 

Baker, William, 98 m 8 6 . 

Beer, Abel Leri, 20 / 8 6 

Blackburn, George, 24 m 18 s 

Chalwin, George Henry, 24 m 13 s 

Chambers, C, 28/8 d 

Chererst, H., 6/86 

Crew, Fred., 7/8 c 

Davies, Daniel Thomas, 10 m 8 c 

Day, John Jun„ 37 / 8 a 

— Deypus, Auguste, 27 / 8 a 

Foster, Joseph Pershouse. 10 m 8 e 

Hall, Richard Samuel, 7/8 c 

Harris, H. W. V., 13> 6 a 



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FALMKR's index to '' THE TIMES " NEWSPAPF.R. 



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BankruptdeB (conthiuetfj. 

Jionour aad Ounej, 24/8 A 

Hooper, Howard Joseph, 17/84 

Hunter, John Edmund, 7 m S d 

King. James, 21 ./ 6 / 

Maillis, Emanuel Antonio, 8/8 4 

Nonral, James, 8 m 8 A 

Faton, Walter, 28 m 8 c 

Pochin, George. 14 / 8 c 

Podgett, John, 17 m 8 /* 

Prinn, George, 14 m 7/ 

Pryce, Elijah, 28 m 8 c 

Seabrook, Henry Pledger, «/8 6 

Sharpe, John, 81 .; 8 6 

Sidwell, John Simkln, 28 m 8 c 

Standring, Samuel, 7y 8 c 

Stow, Darid Wm.. 28 m 8 6 

Stylet, James, 7/8 « 

Thompson, Thomas Robsoro, 2%j 8 h 

Titterton. Arthur, 21 /5y 

Thomas, Edward, 7 m S d 

Toulmin. Alfred Harper, SmSh 

Tudor, Wm. Rapp, SfSb 

Urwin. Wm. Rodger, 14 / 8 c 

Ward. Joseph Wm., 10/8 h 

Welch (otherwise Mercer) Harriet Gilbey, 

31 mSc 

White, E. G. 20 j 8 b 

Wimble, Edward, 24/8/ 

Wrijiht. A. D., 878 c 

BANKRUPTCY COUST :— 

Public Examinations, ^j 8 r— 6 / 8 6— 11 ^ 

8 6— 13y S a— 17 J 8 6—20 ; 8 6-24 7 8 c -27 
j 8 a— 31 7 8 c— 3/8 fc— 7 f8 f— 10 fS 6—14 
fS c-17 /*9 6— 21/i/—24 fH 6—28/8 d— 
'3^8 6— 7m8d— 10-M8c-14m 7 /'—17 m 8 
/— 21 m 8 d— 24 m 13 /*- 28 m 8 6—31 mSc 

Bainei,Wm.. I flld 

Bauni, John, 2/11 c— 22/ 10/— 28/ 11 h 

—30 md b 

Baylis, Charles, 27 / 11 6 

Blakeniore and Blakemore, 15/11 6 

Bloomer, Caleb, 13 ; 11 r 

BomviUe, Ede, H fil «-22 flO f 

Brand, H.W., 8/11 a-lO/ll d 

re Britnor — ex parte Royle, 27 in 10 </ 

re Buckingham — ex ^tie Pattinson, IB m 

10 « 

Chadwick. Bros.& Co., 18^ 11 </— 19/10/ 

Claxton, J. D., 10/ U d 

Clews. Habichi, Sc Co., 8/ 1 1 « 

Cohen, L. A., 18; Hi 

Coleman, John, 24i 11 rf— 26 / 11 6 

Collins, Edwin, b flic 

Cooke, Joha E,, 18^ 11 1^— 29 iw 11 c 

Cotton, F.L., 17 i 11 c 

Dallas, W.H..24> 11 rf 

Daries, J. P. L., 9 ; 11 a 

Da vies and Troughton, 21 m II d 

Dearden, R. H., 13/11 / 

Duncan, Thomas. 23/11 c 

— ^ Emanuel. J. H.. 12^ 10 e 

Fitxgtrald, Sir C. J. J.. 19; 11 e 

Ford, Lt. Col. J. E., 17i 11 r 

— - GUbert, T. F., 19> 11 <-28/ll c 

Harris, B. aod L., 18; 11 d 

, and Son. 22 mile 



f 



Bankruptcy Court (rvntinued). 

Hart, Lemon and David, 5/ 1 1 c 

Hay, H. H., 29 m 11 c 

Hi^gs, Benjnroin, 8 m 10 e 

Killby, W. A., 13 w 12 a 

King J. B.. 12/* 11 c 

Kitley, Alfred, 3 m 11 c 

Kitto, C:. W., 1 m 11 d-8 w 10/ 

Laacaster, W. M., 30 j 1 1 </ 

Lawton and Head, 12/ 11 c 

Laxton, Richard, 12 ; 10 <— 2 mile 

Lennard, T. G. B., 23/ 11 e 

Link. R. C, 21 m 11 c 

Maidstone, Viscount, 227 11 c— 26/11 k 

Maunder, John, 8/11 e 

Niblett, W. T., 17 m 13 6 

Nodskow, A., 26 m 11 e 

Oakley, R. B., 25 j 11 d 

OUsan,D. H., 8/* 11 a 

OUrer and Hurst, 5^116 

Packer, Samuel Gilbert, 15 f 9/ 

Partridge, Fred. J., 16 ; 11 rf— 10 w 11 * 

Pulsford, Son A Co., 8 m 10 /' 

Richardson and Sons, 26 m 11 c 

Rudeforth, T. J., 12^ 10 e 

Sandys, Frederick. 20^ 11 c 

Scott, Walter, 19^ 11 « 

Sheridan, H. B. jun., 14 w 11 d 

Sills. Wm., 13 i 11 c 

Stanton, George, 4/11 « 

Symons, Bros., 8^116 

Vivian, Hon. C. H., 7/116 

Woolf, S. and B., 17 ; 11 r 

Bankruptcy Kew Act, Notes about, 24 m 13 6— 

28 m 10 o 
Banstead Common Encroachments, lOjT 10 e 
Downs Asylum, Public Inspection of. 26 m 

11 f 
Barbadoes, New Goremor, 15 y 10 6 

State of Affairs in, 23^ 7/ 

Barff (Professor) on the Prtsenration of Iron, 6 

m 4 </ 
Barker (Rev. J. H.) on the Thames Floods, 3 ; 

llf 
Bamaby (Nath.) on the Declaration of Paris. 5 

jSd 
Barrett (Professor) on Sound and Light, 2 j 5 « 
Barristers* Benerolent Association. Annual 

Meeting. 14 /'5 ^ 
Barrow to Dublin. New Serrice. 12/5 f 
Barry (Chas.) on Commissions, 16 i 12 a — Sj II e 

(E. M.) on Commissions, 6i 10 « 

on Hyde Park Comer, 14 /* 1 1 f 

Bartlett (Dr. H. C.) on the CariisU Place 

Orphanage, 22 y 12 6 

on Infant Mortality, aOj 11 f 

Battle of Navarioo. Notes about, ly 10 f^iejA* 
Baxter (W. E.) Address at Forfar, 20 ; 10 c 
Bayreuth Performances, 31 ; 10 e 
Bazalgotte (C. Norman) on the Orerflow of the 

Thames, 13^ 7 a 
— ^ Hydro- Dynamic Puzzle, 9j II e 

(J. W.) OTerflow of Thames, 8> 10/ 

Beaconsfleld (Earl of) Addresses to, 2 /*9 / 
Address of the Factory OperatiTes on his 

Eleration to the Peerage, 7 m 12 a 
Dinner at his OfBcial Reaideiic« 20 m a r 



Mar., 31, 1877.] palmer's index to " tub tdies " newspaper. 



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Bcaconsfield (Earl of) to the Prince of Wales, &c., 

22 m 9/ 

in the House of Peers, 19/9/ 

Health of. 28/9/ 

Note on his Speech on the Atrocities, 26 f 

10 d 

Reported Visit to Pari«. 0/56 



Beauchamp (Lord^ oa Thriit and Tenny Banks, 

6/6 6 
Bear Story, 13 /'!>/ 
Beck ( ReT. K. J. \ia the Floods in South London, 

Becker ( Ly<Iia K.) on the Election of Church- 

wardfci)*'. ;U /« ."i/ 
Beckett (Edmund; on Commissions, SJS 6—8 

J 11«— 11>7 6— I9ill /'--3/'12 6—6/*7« 
Beecher ( Rev. Ward) Sale if Pews, Very Reduced 

Kaies. 22 ; 5 e 
B«?er and Wine Trade Conference at Sheffield. 3 

nod 

Return of the rononmn'Ion of, 20 m 4 « 

Beethoven, Sale of the Grand Piano of, 31 m 6 / 

Beke (Mrs.) on Abyss-nia, 16 f'9 f 

Belgrade Credit AnstHlt to Unite with an English 

Banking House, 2S ; 5 d 
Belgium, New Loan. 21 /S c 

Anti-Ministerial Demonstration in Brux- 

eUifS. 5 /-fi/ 

Bribery in Elections, Bill to Prevent, 17 

5d 

Demonstration at Mons, 26 /S 6 

Hostile to the Ministry at Brussels, 8 

m be 

Against the Electoral Bill in the Theatre, 

ZOJoe-^/Be 

Electoral Reform Bill Passed, 24 m 7 « 

Liberal Demonstration at Antwerp, 7 /6 < 

*• Song of the Beggars," Sung at Ghent, 12 

/6e— 13/5« 
Bell (A. Graham) Lecture on the Telephone, 28 

/C 6 
(Rev. T.) and the Livesey Church, Bj 10 / 

— 28ji* 6 a 

No Sympathizer with Mr. Tooth, 1 3 ; 10 6 

Benctt-StanfonH V. F.>n Shakespeare's Richard 

III. and his Antn^raph, 7 /"/» / 
Benevolent Society (it ^t. Padick, Anniversary 

Festival, 11* m 8 a 
Bennett (John) on George Odger, 7 m 7 ,f 
Berkeley (Graniley) on Mad Dogs, 2 / 10 c--5 j 

11 e 
Berlin Gorilla, 20/ 10 d 
Bernard (Hon. Mountague) on the Public 

Worship Act, 8 / 10 d 
Bethnal Green Museum, Aid. Cotton's Pictures 

to be Withdrawn, 8 ta 6 e 
Better Late than Never— Sandwich Islanders in 

New Zealand, 14 / 4 s 
Bcvan (C. Phillips) on French and English 

Manufactures, 29 ni 4/ 
Bible, Meeting of the Scottish Presbytery to 

Consider the Article on, as Inserted iu the 

** Ency. Brit.," SmSd 

New Translation, Meeting of the Old Tes- 

Ument Rensors, 30 j 3 s— 26 m 9 / 

Meeting of New Testament Revisors, 24 



Birch (Peregrine) on the Action of Tidal Water,. 

15; 7/ 
Bhx:ham & Co., on the Alexandria Harbour, 2/ 

76 
Birds, Geolo«iical History of, 8 m 5 / 
Birdwood (Dr.) on the Native Indian Press, 17 

m 12 6 
Birkenhead Working Men's Liberal Association 

and Mr. Ghulstone, 2 y 9 /* 
Birmingham, Catholic Re- Union Meeting at, 25- 

Proposed Aquarium in, 15 j 4 / 

Hospital Sunday in, 5 m b a 

Musical Festival, I wi 4 c 

and Midland Institute, Annunl Meeting, lO 

j\Od 

BIRTHS :— In consequence of the Registrar- 
General having a complete Alphabetic^ List 
from 1837, of all Births in the British Domi- 
nion -(, a8 tiho of all British Subject* bora 
abroad, which can be inspected at any time at 
the Office in Somerset House, It is not deetned 
exp)edient to insert the Minimum Lists as ad- 
vertised in the Times, 

Bischof (Professor) Water and Epideimcs, 30 j 
4 a 

Bishopric of Melanesia, 12 j 6 rf— 21 f\0/ 

of TruH), Royal Order of Appointment, 17 

j 8 u — 5 / 6 < 

Consecration, 15/6/ 

Notice about, 18 m 4 6 



Black or White— Ritualistic Obeerrances, 30 > 

11 € 
Rook, or Register of Habitual Criminals 

from ld09 to 187G, 7 w 8 « 

Rod. Office of, Appointment to, 16 m 10 a 

Official Paper on, 19 w 6 /" 

Blackley (Alex.) Unde^iralde Surprises — Bullets 

Throngh Windows. I ii i \) e 
Blaiur (ix>uis) Speech on Pauperism. 26 »* 5/ 
Blind, lioval Normal College, Concert in Aid of,. 

20 w 4/ 
Blozson (Wm. Gibson) oi> Commissions to Life 

Insurance ^ gents, II ; 7 6 
Blue-Light Baths, an Easy Remedy for Rheu- 
matism. 20/5 « 
Board of Tmilc, ser Tkadk 
Boarding-Out of Phuikt Cliildren, 7y*8 n 
Bokhara, Sir T. D. Forsyih's Paper on, (i m -if 
Bolckow, Vaughan & Co., Limited, 16 / 10 e 
Bolton (Uev. W. J.) Lay Martyr's Memorial. 2ff. 

>4/ 
Boodle (H. T.) on Open Spaces. 20 / 7 fr 
Books .- —Diary of Signor d'Alberti, of his Ex» 

ploration in Now Guinea, 17 w 5 c 
Encvclopaedia Britannica and the Article 

"Bible*" in, 8w8rf 
Mazadf's Ncu* Work— **Le Comte deCa- 

vour,** 10 m 5 rf 



Price Sale List of the Library of M. Jules 
Jan in, G m \) f 

— Russian Literature, 2/4 f 

— Sale of the Firniiu Didote Collection in 
Preparation, lO m 10 </ 

— Synoptical Table of Works Issued during 
the Past Year. 2 j \\ d 



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VAUUCR'g INDEX T% ^* THE TIMEg " NEWSPAPER. 



[Jau. 1 t« 



tioni, I j 12 d— 2 i 12 c— 3; 12 c/— 4i 12 6—5 

^' 12 f— 67 12 c/-8 ; 12 rf— 9 i 11 /"— 10 j 11 f 

—II J 12 </— 12 j 12 c— 13> 12 e— 167 12 </— 

16j 12 </ &«— 17 ; 11/— 18 ; 12 «— 197 12/— 

20 > 12 c & </— 22 y 12 d— 28 ; 12 6 & c— 24 7 
12 d— 25 J 12 c & c/— 26y 12 e &/— 27^ 12 c^ 
2y ; 12 </— 30 y 12 c & c/— 31 ^ 12 c— 1 / 12 
c— 2 y 12 c— 3 / 12 </— 6 / 12 6—6/ 12 c— 7 /* 
12 c— 8 / 12 c— 9 / 1 2 <— 10 / 12 a & 6—12 / 
12 r— 13 / 12 d— 14 / 12 t/— 15/ 12 6 & c— 16 

/ 12 c— 17/12 d&e— 19/ 12 6— 20 /12 c— 
21/12e— 22 /12 c— 23/12 6 4 c— 24y 12 d 
—26 /• 12 6 & r— 27 / 12 rf— 28 / 12 e— 1 m 12 
(/—2 m VJ c— 3 M 12 d— 5 m 12 6—6 in 12 </ & 
p— 7 M 12 c- 8 m 12 c & d— 9 >« 12 d— 12 m 12 
1- & d— 13 M 12 /— 14 M 12 d— 15 m 12 c— 16 m 
12 c— 17 TO 14 c— 19 III 12 c— 20 wi 12 c & d— 

21 w 12 c— 22 m 12 c— 23 m 12 c— 24 m 14 e— 
26 m 12 r— 27 in 12 d— 28 in 12 c & d— 29 m 12 
6— 30/it 10 6—31 *« 11 6 

Books, Trade in Germany, Statistics of, 26/4/ 
Works of Imagination in Preparation, 7 m 

10 6 

see uUo Reviews 

Booksellers* Provident Institutioni Annual Meet- 
ing, 12 IK 6 y 
Border Line of Insanity, 28 in 7 d 
** Born in March/' a Poem by the Poet Laureate, 

2/6 d 
Borthwick (Lord) on Pnwenirers iind Goods 

TrHttiu, 27 ./ 4 / 
Bosanquet (Chnrles) on the Charity Organixa- 

tion Society, 24 m 6 /" 
Bosnia — the Austrian Forces ou the Burdent ox, 

5 iM 5 c 
Defeat of the Turks by the Insurgents, 20 

m 5 e 

Fighting in, 5 in 5 c— 12 m 5 d 

- — Insurrection in, 19 m 6/ 

Levy of Money and Men on, 8 m 5 d 

Murders and Outrages in, 12 in 5 d — 15 m 



56 



5d 



Oppressive Proceedings of Turks in, 12 m 



lUvers of, being Bridged by the Turks, 8 m 

hd 

— and Servia, 13 m 5 d — 17 m 7 o 
Sketch of Col. De»i)otovich, the Insurgent 

Chief, 13 III 5 d 

Stale of, 6 TO 5 e — 19 w 5 e 

Turk fch Preparations for Defending, 10 m 

6 c — 1 2 m 5 d 
Bournemouth — Opening of the Shaftesbury 

Coffee Hotims by Lord Cairns. 16/ 10 « 
Church of England Misnionary Society, the 

Lord Chancellor at, 23 ; 6 c 
Bouverie (Kt. Hon. P.) on Westminster Hos- 

piral. 22 in 10 c 
Bowver (Sir George) on the English Church 

Umtin, 19 i 10 e 
B y Worshippers of Mammon, 8/0/ 
Ktivfs (H. C.) on Commissions 10 / 6/ 
Boy ton (Capt.) Crosses the Straits of Messina, 

21 ui h f 

Swimming Down the Tiber, 22 / 5 f 

buys' Farm Uomc, Grocers' Company's Donation 



Brackenbury (Lt. Col) Lecture on Instruction 

in Tactics, 26 / 10 c 
Bradford (Lord) on the Queen*s Plates, 5 in 8 a 
Bradlaugh (C.) on Coal Miniag, 26; 6 c 
Bradley (Bev. R. H. A.) on Open Spaces, 30 7 

46 
Bramhall-Hall, Sale of, for Building Purpose^ 

25i5e 
Brain well (— ) on Future of Steel, 12 m 4 « 
Brandy, Return of Shipments of, 25y 6 6 
Brazil :— Budget, 7 m 10 a 

Letters on the Finance of, 8 in 6 a 

MisceUaneous News, 2 /5 /— 9/5 d— Uy 

6*— 17 /'5 c— 19 m 6e 
Movements of the Emperor and Empress, 

6/5 d— 8 j 6 6—19 / 5 e— 22 / 5 /*— 27/ 5 c— 

29; 6 «— 80 j 6 e— 12 / 5 «— 14/5 6—21 / 5 r 

Ascends Mount Etna, 23/5 r 

* Opening of the Legislative Council by a 

Speech of the Princess Isabella Regent, 3y'.~> e 

* Parliamentary Proceedings, 26 in 6 c 

Bressa Prize, 31 7' 5 e 

Bribes to Government Officers Sent to the Poor's 

Box, 24 m 5 e 
Briggs, Son & Co., Limited, Dividend, 8/7/ 
Bright (Jacob) at the Marsden Liberal Club, 15 

at the Manchester Liberal Association, 2 

/•6d 



(John) Speech of. on Temperance, at Ko«di- 
(liile Workman's (Uub, 3; 6 u 

Brijjhton Aquarium, 9./ 11 d — 10/7 d 

Jotil i:uiiip«ny. MiH»ting. 9 d 11 d 

luuuguraiion of the New School of Scienci: 

niid Art at. by the Princess Louifte, 3 /"U/ 

Peiib of, 15 III 11 d 

Bristol, Proposed New Bishopric for, Meeting 
about. 11 J 6 6 

Bristol, University College, Appointments, 15 /' 
10 6 

and South Wales Railway Waggon Com- 
pany, 13 r 10 c 

and West of England Society for Women*s 

Suffrage, Meeting, 12 m 6 6 

British American Land Company, 26 m 7 e — 29 
to7 d 

Columbia Advised to Accept Money In- 
demnity for Railway Extension, 26 / 6 6 

and Conflfcaiion of Englishmen's Pro- 
perty in. 24/6/ 

Disturbances in, 2 /*5/ 

and the Pacific liailway, 5 m 5/— 29 in 5 e 

Copyright Abroad, 12/4 o 

in America, 8; 12 6 

Horological Institute, 26 / 10 6 — 17 w 7 /* 

I^ady Burdett-CoutU GranU X300 for a 



New Building, 1 1 / 7 d 

— Land Company, 20/6 c 

— Sugar Refiners and Lord Derby, 6/7 6 

— Workmen and National Prosperity, 11^4* 

— and Foreign Marine Insurance Company, 
18 j 7*1 

Sailors* Society, Civic Gifts to, 18; 9/ 



Broadmoor Lui.atic Asylum, 23 /'5 c 
Brokers, List of Sworn, in the City of I^ndon, 
9/ 12 a 



Maf. 31, 1877,] palmer's imdkx to •* tiie timks" NKwarAPBit. 



Cam 



finish Makers and Prison Labour. 7/f> € 
Brussels. Import of Cattle Prohibited, 30 7 5 e 
Bratal Anachronism— Prize Fight«, 10/5 c 
Bryce (Dr. J.) Inaction or Coercion, 20 / i)/ 

on Mount Ararat, 20 m 4 / 

Buckland (Frank) on the Anaconda, 5 m 10 e 

on Art in Hospitals, 30 / 5 / ' 

Buckley (N.) on the Land Tenure Bill, 2SmSb 

Mitcfaelstoim Estates, 28 m 7 e 

Buenos Ajres : -Capture of Lopez Jordan and 

Close of the Campaign, 15^ 10 /> — 17 17 a 
Frigorillque Etherial Beef Ship, 15 /€ e 

— Frontier Question Settled, 19 m 7 ^ 

— - Miscellaneous News. 16/76 

New Small Silver C'oin«;fe. 7/C « 

Builders Liabili les — a Child Killed by a New 

House Falling Down, 5/9/ 
Building Societies and their Interest — Legal 

Decision, 23 m 10 cf 

Note about, 80 m 9 6 

BULOASIA:— 

Atrocities in, 16 w 10 a 

Note about. 22/5 e 

the New South Wales Government Pro- 
test Against, 6/4/ 
Brutal Treatment of the Headman of 

Brankortsi, 7/8 a 

Colonial Sympathy with, 24y 11/ 

~ Commission to luquire into the Outrages 

in, 14/5 rf— 21/4 < 
Excesses in, by Circassians, 23 j 10 i— 28 

m 5 e 
Mr. Gladstone's Lessons in Massacres on 

the Conduct of the Turks in, 18 m 6/ 

a Jew to be Goremor, 15 ; 6 a 

New Government in, 1 m 8 a 

(Jovemor, 16 ; 10 c 

Petition from, 18 ; 10 6 

to the British (xOTemroent, 5 m 1 1 « 

Russia Arranges a Civil Governor and 

Government for, 9/5 c 

State of Prisoners from, 23^ 10 6 

Turkish Taxgatherers in, 16 m 10 6 

Administration in, 7 /* 8 a 



Bulgarian Relief Fund, 13 m 9 /* 

Burglary in ihc City Road of Gold Chiin^, 4 ; n /' 

at Ennismore Gardens, at Mr. Stirling's, 22 

/U b 

at Putney, 26 m 1 1 e 

Made Easy—an Amateur Experiment, 19 j 

10 d 
Burial, New Act Allowing Silent Burial, 23 m 

lie 
Burials Bill aad the Wesleyans, 30 m 8 e 
Burke ^Lardner) on Lori Carnarvon's Draught 

Bill fur Effecting a South African Confedera- 
tion, 26/4 d 
Burlington Fine Arts Club and the Rembrandt 

Exhibition, bml h 
Bumaby (Capt.) News of, in Armenia, 6 m 11 a 

Note about, 9 m o f 

(Evelyn) on the Educational Act 1S7C, U 

>6t 
Bums, Unveiling of the Working Men's Statue 

to, in Glasgow, 20 / 10 v 
Anniversary, Celebnition of. in Edinburjrb. 



Burt (Thos.) Address to his Constituents, 2GjO 

h—'d/6d 
Bury f i{ev. W.) on the Education Act. 3 / 4 « 
Butiiness and Sport — a Pack of Hounds on a 

Railwav, 31 9 5 /* 
Busy Life— *a Day of Mr Life," by an Old 

Eton Boy, 29 m 6 n 
Butchers Bill in 1778, 8/9 e 
Butter from Hamburg, 250 Tubs Condemned as 

Made of Rancid Oil, &c., SOj 7 d 

Jersey. 21 m 11 b 

Prize Offered for the Best Method of 

Analysing, 27 j 7 f 
Butterine, Action by the Manufacturers against 

the Ghitynw Netot, 27 j 6 d 

Lecture bv Dr. Macadnm on, 12 w 4 ^ 

Butterlev Iron Company Reduces the I'rice of 

Iron, is wi 10 €—30 w 5/ 
Byzantine Monuments, Note about, 24 m 12 / 

C. 

Cab Mystery, 2770 rf 

New Hansom, 2Aj 5 d 

Cabinet Councils. 2> 9 «— 6/ 9 e—9j 9 s -22 / 9 
/— 24 ; 9 «— 30 ; 9 «— 1/9 e— 3 fd «— 8 / 9 « 
—12 / 9 «— 19 /9 6—26/ 9 e— 5 m 9 «— 10 m 

9 /*— .12 m 9 «— 14 m 8 «— 15 m 9 /*— 19 m 9 e— 
22 m 9/— 24 m 12 <f-28 m 9/— 29 m 9 s 

Cabmen of London, the Directors' Supper to the 

Drivers, 67 4 a 
Cabmen's Shelter for Palace Yard, Westminster, 

10 m 5/ 

Caffin (Eidw.) on the Services at St. Stephen's, 

Le wisham, 7 / 5 / 
CafPraria, State of a Settler in, 23i 7 s 
Caff res and Frontier Defence, 21 m 11 a 
Caged Birds, Exhibition of, at the Crystal Palace, 

\9fif 
Cairns (Lord") on Temperance, 16^ 10 e 
Calamities of Authors, 31 m 10 6 
California, 30i 3 a 

Chinese Immigrants in, 15 m 8 </ 

Calvert & Co., on the Cost of Disinfectants, 13 

Cambridge, Concert in the Guildhall, 9 m 10 5 

Meeting of Liberals at, 31 / 6 r 

Cambridge Junior Conservative Club, Anmuil 

Dinner. 15/4 ^ 

CAMBBIDO^ UNIVEBSITY:— 

Abbott Scholarship, 7/5/— 17 m 12 1/— 19 

m 6 6 

Accounts, 28/6 « 

Adams's Prize, 16 m 8 </ 

Appointments, ISmS d 

Bell Scholarships, 7/5 /"— 17 m 12 d 

Bumey Prize, 15/6 f 

Chancellor's Medal, 267 6/— 24/ 10/ 

CUssical Medals, 15/6/ 

aass Lists, 12 j 8 c— 26 ; 6 /— 5 mBd 

CUssical Tripos, 23 m 8 e 

Commemoration, Rehearsal of the Music, 9 

m 10 a 

Congrppstion^, 29/6 J— 3 m 8 r?— 16 mSd 

- ;:o Hi 4 r 

Craven Scholarship, 26/6 c 

Decrree of Doctor of Music Conferred on 



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Ottmbridge Univenity (continued), 

Degrees Confinued, \0 fb k— 24/10/--26 

/•6 c— 27 m 7/ 
Demonstrator of Anatomy, Increase 

Salary to, 24/ 10/ 

Downing College Examinations, 1 fh f 

— Elections, \j 9 f—lfQ «— 8 m 8 d 

to Professorships, Report on, 16/8 a 



Endowment of Professors, 2 m 10 s 

-^- English Essay Prize, Award, 20 m lie 

EzamiiUkCioDB, 8i 10^— 19/6 « 

^■^ Examiners, Appointment of, 24/10/ 

Uulsean Prize, nj I0y~19/6 e— 3 m^d 

Lecturer, 30 > 10 6 

Library Notices, 16 nt 8 </ 

Lightfoot Scholarship, 28 m 9y 

List of Candidates Worthy of Uonours, 16 

i4o 

Mathematical Tripos, 27i 8 i^ 

Sketch of the Senior Wrangler, 27 / 8 6 



Members Prizes, 28 m 9 /^ 

Obsenratory and the New Railway, 22 / 

10 a 

Porson Scholarship, 26y 6 c 

Scholarships Awarded, 27 wi 7 / 

Vacant, 12 ; 8 c— 26 ; 6 /— 1 f 6 «— 30 

m 4 c 

Seatonian Prize— Subject, 16 m 8 <f 

Smith's Prizes, Awards, 6/6 c/ 

Theological Tripos, 8 j 10 /— 28 m 9/ 

" the Times " Schohirship, 29 w 6 /* 

Under Librarian, Election of a New, 22 / 

10 a 

Winchester Reading Prizes, 28 m 9y 

Camel, the Bactrian, a Calf Bom at Sangers't 

Circus, 9 m 9/ 
Cameron (Commander) on the Trade of Central 

Africa, 24^6 6 

r V. L ) on the River Kongo, 26/ 10 d 

Campbell (Sir 0.) on Lord Beaconsfield and the 

Atrocities, 26 /* 10 </ 
— Berlin Memorandum and the Atrocities, 22 
/6« 

on the Kaiser-i-hind, 5 m 8 6 

at Kirkcaldy, 27 j 12 a 

Canada Company, 26 in 7 e— 29 m 7 d 
CANADA:— 

Annual Finance Statement, 22fid 

Banquet of the National Club at Toronto 

to the GoTemor-General, 1 / 8 a 
by the Toronto Club to the Governor- 

GeneraX 1/8 a 
British Columbia Protests against the Pacific 

Railway, 13/" 5 < 

Budget, 15/5 d 

Fishery Commission. 21 m 5 « 

and the French Exhibition, 30 m 8 </ 

Mr. Langevin Unseated for Undue Influence 

in his Election, 3 m 5/ 

New Tariff, 22/5 rf 

Notes on, 31 ia 11 a 

. and Nora Scotia, 17 fh c— 19/5/ 

Opening of the Dominion Parliament, 1 0/5 1 

of the Ottawa Parliament, 23y 1 1 / 



Canal Exploring Expedition in the Dstrien, 13 

jHc 
PopuUtion Flooded Out, Appeal for, SO j 

10 a 
CANALS:— 

Cavonr Company, \ZjQh 

Delaware and Hudson, 6 m 10 c 

Ismailich, Inauguration of, 13 m 5 « 

State of Shares, in every day*s paper 

Suez — Accounts. 30 ; 3 e 

Mr. Lange*s Defence, \ fl\ f 

' Meeting of Shareholders, 10 ; 5 d — 11 /5c 

North Sea, 2/7/ 

Transit Returns, 3i 6 c— 2 fS e 

Surrey, the Towing Path to be Closed at 

Night, 26 ) 10 6 
Venlo Mueilen, Crefeld and the Rhine, 11 

j 6c 
Candia— Political Excitement in, 13/5 e 
Canham (Rev. Henry) on Art in Hospitals, 2/86 
Canine Instinct, 22/5 s 
Canterbury ( Abp. of) Notices of, 2 jr 9 e—l5j 6 h 

Diocesan Conference, 27 ; 6 J 

GAPE OF GOOD HOPE :— 

Address to Lord Camanron, 31 ni 6 e 

Atrocities Committed in the Transvaal, S 

/•6 a— 15/4/ 
Bill for Government to Purchase the Natal 

Railway, Passed, 9 ; 7 e 

Boundary Dispute, 16 ; 6 « 

Burgers (President) Proposes Himself as 

Dictator for a Time, dOmSd 
Cape ArgMif Libel Case, Verdict, 26 m 6 c — 

31 m6s 
Lord Carnarvon's Permissive Bill Published 

in, 12/5e 

Case of Capt. M'Leod, 21 m 9/ 

Christian Converts Imprisoned in Transvaal, 

16> 5 e 

Commercial News, 3/5/ 

Confederation, 12/5 /-— 13/10 e— 17/5 d 

—26 /*4 rf— 20 m 5 «— 31 mSe 
— Defalcations in the Treasury DeiMurtment, 

Trial of Van Breda and Sentence, 15 / 6 e 
Miscellaneous News, 29 j 6 e — 3 J 6 a— 27/ 

11 o— 12 m 5/ 

Mission to the Volksraad, 30 m 6 c— 31 m6e 

New Constitution Proposed, 30 m 3 d 

Gold Fields, 29 j 6 < 



Protectionism in, 28 w 7 /" 
Tariff, 19 w 6 6—26 w 6 c 
and the United States, 12/5/ 



Preparations for the Exhibition, 27 i 5 rf— 

29j5e— 7/5 «— 17^5 </ 

Proceedings in the Volksraad, 26 m 6 c 

Ship News, 17; 5/^ 

Sir Theoph. Shipstone, at Heidelberg, 20 / 

6/— 27/ U a— 20m 5 < 

Slavery in the Transvaal, 16j 5 « 

Specie Abundant in, Oj 7 e 

Trade in, 31 m 6 e 

Transvaal War, 24 ; 6 c— 26 ; 7 «— 29 j Se 

—30 / 6 <— 7 /'S c— 12/5 <— 13/6/— 19 f5 

/— 6 m 5 /— 14 m 5 e— 20 moe 
Protest against the Treatment of Native 

Children and Women. 27./ 5 d 

Vohniieers Defeat the Enemy at Magnet 



Heights, 27.; 5 d—\3 f^f 
Zulu Attack a Native Tribe of the Trans- 
vaal Uopublic 15 /*««.! 7 f. 



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Cape of Good Hope {continued), 

' tee also Natal 

Carlisle, the Members at, 1 1 y 6 e 

Place Orphanage, 18 j 12 6—19 ; 10 6—20 

j 1 1 /•— 22> 12 6—23 i 11 /— 24y 6 c— 1/6 y 
—23 m 10 c 

Fearful Rate of Mortality in, 26 j 6 e-30j 

11/— 2 / 8 c— 3 / 6 <— 9 /ll a— 16/9 f 
Carljle (Thomas) on Darwinism, 17 ; •/— 20 j 

7/ 
Carter (Rev. T. T.) on High Church Party 

Toleration, 20> 6 /— 26^ (? /' 
Cato Street Conspiracy — Death of the Last 

Survivor, 8j 4/ 
CATTLE:— 

Diseased from Dublin, 26 /* 1 1 a 

Fairs in the North Forbidden, 24/9/ 

Importation of, 10 m 6 € 

Plague m Altona, 15^ 6 a— 19 ; 7/ 

Berlin Order about, 18 / 6 «— 20^ 6 d 

Canadian, 28 m 7 e 

in Cheshire, 29 j 6/ 

Death of the Famous Shorthorn "Tenth 

Duchess of Geneva,** 8 / 6 a 

Deputation from Hull on the Privy Coun- 



cil Orders, 21/12 rf 

Fresh Cases, 14 fB c— 19/9 e 

Outbreak in Hull, 28/ 6/ 



Local Orders, 16 m 9 J 
in Lincolnshire, 16 m 10 e 
Meeting about, 2 m 6 e 
- at Norwich, 27/8 a 

of the Royal Agricultural Society on 



the Extension of the Disease, 21 / 12 </— 17 m 

Sd •" 

Meetings about, 21/12 (f— 26 mQd 

New Ferm, from Punch, 7/9 /* 

Notes about, 18^ 12 rf— 20i 7 d^2Sj 5/ 

—1 m 10 <— 6 m 4/— 80 mda 

Official Notices, 18/6 «— 31 m 7 f 

Outbreak of, at Hamburg, IS J 12 d 

Privy Council Orders about, 17; 8 c— 

19 j 7/— 24> 7 c-24 J 8 c— 29^ 6 /•— 1 / 9 « 
—8/7 /•— 7/8 c— 10 / 7 e— 14 f6 c- 21/6 f 
—21/12 </— 28 / 8 /— 7 m 8 c— 21 m 8 i— 28 
m 8 a 



Reported Extinct In Breslau, 10 m 6 e 

of the Last Ceatury the Same as this, 

24 m 12/ 

Reciprocal Treaty, on the Disease, with 



Italy, 6 m 5 /* 

— Re- Appearance of the Foot and Mouth 
Disease, 8 / 6 e-Bj 11 if-.12J 4/— 1 f9 e 

— State of Trade in. 1 ; 7/— 2i 7 rf-Sy 7 d 
— 4y 7 «— 6 J 7 /•— 6 J 7 c— 8 ; 7 /•— 9y 7 6—10 
J 6 c— 11 J 7 6—12 ; 7 /-13> 6 </— 16/ 7 /— 

16/ 7 c— 17 / 7 c— 18 ; 7 6—19 j 7 c— 20/7 6 
— 22> 7 ^-28/ 7 c— 24/ 7 /"— 26 ; 6 c— 26 i' 7 
c— 27 ; 7 6—29/ 7 <f- 80/ 7 </— 81 i 7 6— 1 / 7 
6—2/7 <r— 8 /•7/— 5/7 e— 6/7 c- 7 / 7 6— 
8/7/— 10/7/— 12/7rf—18/l# 6— 14/10 
«— 16/7 6-16/ 10/— 17/11 </— 19/ 7/-20 
/6 d— 22/7/— 23/10 A2« /*7 «— 27/10 « 
—28/10 c— 1 m 10 rf— 2 m 6 <-6 m 6 /*— 6 m 
10 6—7 m 5 <— 9 m 6 6—10 m 10 6—12 m 7 rf 
—13 m 12 </— 14 m 10 6—16 m 6 <f— 16 m 6 6— 



M (5 /— -23 wi 6 /•— 20 m 7 /-~27 w 10 6—28 w 

in/> -29 w 7 e— an /« 4/ 
Cavtmlinh College, ('Hinbiidjre. Meeting, 23/ 7 e 

(Lord F.) at Uarrv>w-on-Furne88, 8 /*6 d 

Caxton Celebration, '22 j yy— 19 /'e/— 28 wi 10 « 
Lady BurdettCoutts* Offers i 100 Towards, 

22 m 5 e 

and the Proposed Jubilee of the Printers' 



Pension Corporation, 27 »/ 6 6 
Cecil (Lord Eustice) Health of, 2/6/ 
("eiitenarmn — Jean Bourguine. Aged 107, 1 /4/ 
Sarah Courtney, of Wareham, 16 /5y — 24 

;9/ 



Mrs. Maria Davis, of Longport, 24 / 9 / 

Mary Legg, Aged 119, 16/ 5/ 

Mrs. Manila M*Fetridge, of Woolwich^ 23 

mtid 

Marykins, Aged 170, 16 i 6/ 

Ann Osland, of Swindon, 27/ 9 « 

Lady Smith, of Lowestoft, 6/6 e— 8/6 / 

Nellie Smith, of Leicester, 9 m 5/ 

John Thorn, of Newbury, 26 w 6/ 

Central America, Miscellaneous News, 18 /*8 c 
Asia, the Russian Geographical Society 

Arrange with M. Miuageff to Digest a Syste- 
matic Account of, 20 m 6 <f 

Asia, War News, 12 « 6 o — 19 m 6 6 

Chamber of Agriculture, Meeting, 7 fSf-~ 

7mll c 

Criminal Court, Opening of , 6 j 1 1 6 

Chaffers (Wm.) on the Transit of China by Rail, 

29 ; 5 /• 
Chamberlain (Joseph) at Colston HaU, 23 / 6 c 

Reply to Mr. Lowe, 25j9 f 

on Education and Dis-Establishment, 

at Leeds, 11/ 6 e 
Chapeltown Tombstone Case, see Tombstoxb 
Chapels, Royal, Preachers for the Month, 8/ 9 e 
Chaplin (H.) at Louth, 8/6 c 
Charge against a Priest, 6/6/ 
Charing Cross Hospital, 19 m 9 / 
Ceremony of Re-Opening by the Prince of 

Wales, &c.. 22 m 8 c 

Koyal Present of Came to, 80/ 7 c 

Charitable Funds Report, 2S fll b 

Charity Organization Society, Annual Meeting, 

16 m 10/ 

Note about, 24 m 6/ 

Charley (W. T.) on Title Deeds, 6 ; 10 / 
Chatham Dockyard Extension, Attempted Es- 
cape of a Convict from, 6/ 10 e 
Cheap Poultry, 1 1 i 6/— 12 ; 7 rf— 16 ; 6 6 
Checks, Endorsement of. Trouble Occasioned 

by, 28/ 10 a— 2 jw 6 a 
Cheltenham, Sir M. Hicks Beach Lays the 

Foundation Stone of a New Chtirch in, 8 i 

10 e 
Chessar (Jane A.) Elementary Needlework, 80 

m 4 c 
Chester (Rev. Richard) Warning against a 

Man who Palms Himself off as Ms Bon, 20/ 

Child Killed by a Cock, Action for Damages, 80 

m9 « 
Childers (— ) at Goole, 81 / 6 a 
at Knottingley, 3/6 c 



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[Jan. 1 to 



Cbiiiiney Sweep!*. Jean de I'aris Account of, in 

Luiulon. '2AJ'['2 a 
CHINA .— 

Chcfoo Convention. 14/4 d 

Cbiiiese^ Ambassador t*) England, 17/5 d — 

19> 10 fr 

- Oil. Go»^on, Anecdote about, before Soo- 
chow, 1^8/* 

Diplomatic New8, 18i 5 « 

Doiuf^ of Col. Gordon in. Sf'S/ 

Enplij*h Consuls in. 21 woe 

Gro8venor*8 Journey Througli, a Lecture 

on, 28/(1 « 
Meeting of Working Men on Our Relations 

witb. 24/11 14// 

Miscellaneous News, Sjoc 

' — Mission to England, 2 ; 6 a— 22 i D f 

New Year*s Attentions, 3/5 d 

Progress in, 31 ; G r 

by Kail, 21) j 5 f 

Revenue of, 22 ; 7 h 

Rioting at Shanghai. 10 ; 10 a 

Sale of the Shanghai Steam Navigation 

Company. 1 7 ; 5 d 

Survey Round Shanghai, 16 / 4 « 

Yunnan Outrage, HJ 4 d 

Chinese Embassy in London Plead for Pardon 
on the Drunkard who Assaulted One of the 
Staff, 7/11 e 

and the Opium Trade, 20 m 5 f 

Introduced at Court as Mistei-, 9 



10/-9/— 12/'10e 

at the Qucen*s Theatre, 1 7 /* 10/ 

— Gunboats, 6 m 9/- 7 w 8 a 



f5/- 



Printing Press, 80 m 9 ef 



Christ's Hospital at All Hallows Church on Good 

Friday, 31 m 9/ 
Christian (Lord justice) Defence of hia Conduct, 

8iR4d 
Christianity in East Africa, 18 i 5 e 
Christmas Appeals, Bj 11 c— 5y 7/— 10 / 10 d 
Hampers — a Wine Merchant's Method of 

Obtaining Customers, 8> 6 /*— 9 ; 7 d— lOj 8 c 

— 12;7rf— 17>76 
Christopher and Son's Firm, Sj7 e 
Church and State, Dr. Brown Misquoted, 25 / 

86 

Endowments, 2 mi/ 

Mission in Lancashire, 29 / 5 /* 

Churchwardens, Election of, 28 m 11 A— 80 m 4 6 

—31m 5/ 

Note on the Election of, 26 m 11/ 

Chymical Society, Civic Donations to, 28 m 5 d 
Chymicals. State of Trade in, 29 j 7 d—Bj 7 6— 

12 J 7 6—19 / 7 a— 26/7 6—6 m 7 if— 12 m 7 

rf— 19 m 7 c— 26 m 7 c 

State of the Market, 15y 7 c 

Chymistry Applied to Engineering, 6^ 10 e 
Cinnamon. Trade in, 27/10/ 

City of London Brewery Company, 10 f7 d 

— ConservatiTe Association, Annual Dinner, 
18/10 6 

OflSces Company, 26 m 7 e— 80 mS e 

and Suburban Railway Guide, 2/4/ 

Temple, the Sixteen Memorial Windows 



CIVIL ACTIONS:— 

Aberdeen Town Council v. University of 

AlH»rdeen, 26 wi 1 1 <f 

- Adnnis i*. Anpell, 1 m 11 A 

Adelphi Bank r. I'hilpott, 23 » 1 1 <f 

Agnew r. Jobson and others, 26/11 c 

Alexander i;. Bannister, 27 m 11 6 

V. Piekford. 28 iw 11 r/ 



re Alexandra Palace, 16 /"ll f 
Allen and Wife r. Fairs, 87 11 6—15/10/ 
V. Londonderry and Enniskillcn Rajlway, 



27 m 10 d 

— r- ex parte Allwater— in re Turner, \6 f\\ c 
Anstruther v, Stackpoole, 12 /* 11 a— 13 / 

11 c— 20/11 6 
re Arbitration between Thomas and F. 

Lend«is, 16/ U d 

Ashworth v. Ash worth, 15/11 a 

Atkinson v, Newcastle and Gateshead 

Waterworks Company, ISj 11 a — 1/10« 

re Attorney at Leeds, 14y 11 d 

Attorney- General v. Great Western and 

Midland RaUway, 18 / 10 if 

V. Edmunds, 2 /* 10 « 

r. Mayor &c. of Portsmouth, 1/11 6 — 6 

yii 6 

Australian Mining Company r. Martin, 12 



J 10 a 

— Back V. Hav, 8 m 1 1 a 

— Bagley v, Chadwick, 8/10 /*— 13/11 e 

— Bagnall v, Carlton, 8 m 10 r— 22 m 11 if 

— Bailey, Leetham & Co. v. Woodhams and 
Levy, 7 f'lO r 

— Baker r. Corporation of Wisbtach, 3 m 11 ^ 
r. Oakes, 12 / lU a 



Ball V. Evans, 18 / 11 e 

Bank of Australasia v. Ellis, 29 m 1 1 <r 

Bamham v. Francis and others, 18 / 11 c 

Barrow v, Childs, 28 m 1 1 c 

Bashf ord v. Bruxner and others, 26 m 1 1 h 

Basingstoke School— r< Matter of a Boy, 2 

/ 10/— 16/11 d 
— — Beale v. Arabin, 7/ 11 a 
Beale-Brown v, Cheltenham and Banbury 

Direct Railway, 27 m 10 < 

Bear v, Jones, 31 / 11 6 

Bel voir Pier Hotel Company v, Wynne, 10 

m 10 « 

Bennett r. Poynter, 18^ 11 d 

Berghein v. Great Eastern Railway, 15 / 

11a 

Bessemere v, Henderson, 10 j 10 6 — 18 i 9/ 

Bessila ». Sterne, 8 /* 10 « 

Bischoffsheim v. Moran, 1 / 1 1 « 

Bourke v. Alexandra Hotel Company, 81 / 

10/ 

Bowden v. Russell, 5 m 11 </ 

Boyd V, London and North Western Rail- 
way, 27 m 11 6 

Braenblin v, Brindley and others, 9 m 10 / 

Briearly r. Bleakley, 8/116 

re British Provident Life and Guarantee 

Association — Colonel De Ruvignes' Case, 10/ 

10/ 

Broadhead v. Holdsworth, 31 7 11 c 

re Brook, 21 w 11 <: 



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Civil Action! {continued), 

Brown V, Brown. 2»/10/ 

Browne v. Clifton. 9 in 11 a 

re Brynmawr Coal and Iron Company, 19/ 

\0d 

Buchanan v. Bemer, 27 m U 6 

Buenos Ajret Railway v. Northern Rail- 
way of Buenos Ayres, 81 ; 11 a — 3 / 11 a — 6 
/ llf 

Bum Lall Sahea Deo v. Court of Wards 

and others, 19 m 10/ 

Bushell and Olorer #. Bushell, ISjlX c 

rt CaerphiHy Colliery Company — Sir C. 

Pearson's Case, 22/10 d 

^ Caledonian Rainray v. Greenock and We- 

m>ssRaUway,22/'10/ 

— — re Campbell's Policies of Assurance, 18 j 
iO« 

Campbell v. Chatterton, 10 m lOe— 12 m 

11 a 
- — Cantrell r. Gould, 12 m 10/ 

Catling V. King. 22 m 11 <f 

Cave r. Mackenzie, 12 m 10 c 

Charles and others v. Blackwell and others, 

19/10 a- 20/11 d 

Cheese v. Lovejoy and others, 26 m 11 </ 

Chilton V, Dowling. 27 m 10 e 

Christie r. South Western Railway, 13 ; 

11 a 
r« City and County Inrestment Company, 

19y 10 cf 

Clark r. Adie. 2 m 11 a 

Clarke v, Uoche. 8 m 10 a 

Clarkson v. Metropolitan Kailway, t/lO e 

—10/116 

Cobbett V. Field. 12/ 10 d—{ flO e 

Cochrane v. Lord Dundonald, lb / 11 a 

r«Cody, 22/fic 

Cohen i*. South Eastern Railway, 10/10/ 

tf. Davidson. 10 /"ll a 

Cope V. De La Warr, 10/11 a— 8 w 10 6 

Corngo V. Allport, 12 ;« 11 b 

Corrie r. Mayo. 18y 1 1 c 

Corry v. Coulthard, 18 / 11 « 

Co well Executor of Wiffen v. Barker. 1 / 

10/ 

Cox V. Small, 12 w 1 1 c 

Cripps and another v. Batt and others, 16 ra 

lO/-r-i7 w 13 A 
— — Cunningham t;. Boddington, 20 m 11 6 

Dalby v. Mortimer. 12 m 10 e 

^ — Dalton V, Moseley and Hallam, 15/11 6 
Davis, Turner <k. Co. v. Great Western 

Railway. 18> 116 

Dawson v. Bank of Whitehaven, 19/10 d 

• Deane v. Oldacres, 5 m lOy 

• Delastro and others r. Vargues, 5 / 10 « 

Dempsey v, Lawson and others, 12 i 10 e 

• Dench », Dench, 15 j 11 c 

Deville v. Harrogate Improvement Commis* 

sioners. 5 m 11 a 

Dey kin v. Coleman, 8 / 10 </ 

. Dickson v. Router's Telegraph Company, 

my II a 

. Diggle V. Higgs, 5 m 1 1 6 

, Dixon V. Cur wen, 13 ; 10 « 



Oivil Actions {continued), 

Dodwell u. Queen, 14/ 11 d 

Doucet V. Ge^ghegan, 7/10 d— 8 fW d^ 

16/ 10 «— 20/11 a 

Douglas r, Fitt and others, 13i 11 <i 

rt Downe's Settlement Trust, $/\0 f 

re Drybumside Silver Lead Mining Comp« 

any and Company Acts, 17 «i 13 6 

Dudfield V. Woodward, 12 /" 11 a 

Dudgeon v, Pembroke, 26 m 10 if 

re Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron and Coal Cjm- 

pany, 16 i 11 a 
Ecclesiastical Commissioners of England ». 

North Eastern Railway, 18; 116 
y. Sanger, 29 m 10/ 



EUm V, Chenhall, 12 / 10 e 

•' Elliot V. Brenimer, 22/ 1 1 s 

re Eupion Fuel and Gas Company, 19 m 10 

/— 26 mil a 

Aspinall's Case, 19 m 10/ 

Turpin's Case, 19 m 11 a 

Evans v. Llewellyn, 30 m 9 <f 

Evershed v. London and North Western 

Railway. 3 /• 1 1 6 

Farrow v. General Steam Navigation Com- 
pany, 20 m 1 1 d 

. Fish and other Trustees r. Hudson, 10 / 

He 

Flower v, I^eyton Local Board, 13/ 11 a 

r, Andrews, 6 m IQJ 

V, Lloyd, 8 w 10 c— 19 w 11 « 

Fogg r. Robinson, 10 m 11 c 

Forster r. Stobbs, iojlOf 

Forth V. Corditgley, 6 J 11 a— 8 / 11 6 

V. Parker, 6/11 a 

Forwood and Co. v. Walker, 6/116 

Forster and Sons v. Great Western Rail- 
way, 15/11 c 

Fraser v. Hooper's. 8/10/ 

Frederic! v. Van Der Zee, 19 HI • 

Fulham District Board of Works r. Metro- 
politan District RaUway, 15/11 o— 18.; 11 a 

Gabell v. South Eastern Railway, 8/ 10 r 

Gann v. Mayor and Burgesses of Saltash, 

SflOe 

Gardiner v. Great Western Railway, 29 m 

lid 

ex pai'te Garrard — in re Lewer, 2 m 1 1 o 

re Gas New Generator Company, 12/11 fi 

Gattie v. Fry and others, 31 7 11 c 

Geering v. Evans, 18 > 11 d 

~ General Works Company v. Great Western 
of Broxil Railway Company, 2 / 10 e 

Gennadios v. Sohmitz. 21 m 10 6 

George v. Watts and others, 15 / 11 6 

Giles V. Lywood. 24/ 1 1 c 

« Gill V, London School Board, 8 m 10/— 10 

mil <f 

«- — Gillespie v, Hampshire and North Wjlts 
Banking Companv, :sd m 10/ 

. Gledhill and others v. Hunter, ISj 11 d 

•^ — Glossop r. Scruple, 17 m 13 6 

— .— Goncourt (Mane Cedle de) v, Clydesdale 
Bank, &c, 26; 3 6— I /9 s 

Gordillo v, WegueUn, 6/ 10 e 

Gosdie v. Avis, 17/6 if 



b *««• f 



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[Jan. 1 to 



Civil 



Actions (ioutinneri), 

— Graham v. Kindall, 31 / 11 « 

— Gray r. Great Eastern Railway, 8/10/ 

— fx parte Greaves. 2(> ;« 11 />— 2iJ m \\ b 

— Green v, Andrews and Wife, VZj 10 « 
w. Carim, 20 f'U b 

I'. Wright, 12/11 b 

— Greenock and SVemyss Bay Railway v. 
Caledonian Railway. 13/11 f 

— Greizer v, Rappolt and another, 16/11 a 

— Griffith V. Lord Alfred Paget, 29 m 11/— 
30m96 

— Gwynne r. M'Arthur, ISjllc 

— Hall and others v. Andell, 29 m 1 1 b 
V. Byron, 16/11 a 



Hancock v. Earl of Sandwich, 3/11 6 

Handu. Hall. 14/11 e 

Hands. Aduiinistratix v. Great Western 

Railway, 30 m 9 r 

Hai^nc p. Bennett, 14 /*11 e 

Harris ». Newton, \oj\Of 

V. Owners of the Franronia, 15 ; 11 6 

Harrow v. Agnew, 29 w 11 o 

Hart V. Wall. 12 / 10 d 

Hartlepool Original Collieries Company r. 

Gibb, 7/10 c 

Hatchard t\ Parsons, 1 m 12 6 

Hayes p. Payne, 27 m 10/ 

Heap K Morris. 28 m 10/ 

Henderson v. Maxwell. 13 ;n 12 a 

Henwood v. Childers, 29 wi 11 a 

Higginson v. Simpson, 13i 11 a 

Hill V, Phillipps, 12 w 11 d 

Hilliard t* . De Loyaute, 26 mil i— 21 m 

10/ 
Hitchings and another v. Christian, 13 j 

11 b 
Hobbs V, Tilbury and Southend Railway, 

lojlla 

Hogg V. Wilson, 9j A a 

re Hoi born Skating Rink Company and 

Companies Act, 3 / 1 1 o 

Holmes and Wile v. Preston, 27 »i 11 a 

re Hooper's Telegraph Works, 19/ 10 t/ 

Home V. Rouqette, 5 /* 1 1 h 

re Horricks and Cama Company, 20 m 10/ 

Huddersfield Spiritualist Case-Monck i?. 

Hilton. 3 y 11 b 

Hodgson V. Forster. 17 w 13 ct 

Hunt r. Hunt and Wright Queen's Proctor, 

15 m lOoT 

v, London and Brighton Railway, 17 m 



13 c 

— Hutchinson v. Hartmont, 5 /* 10 « 
r. Rogers, 8/10 /•— 13/11 e 

— Hutchinson u. Ward, 12 w 11 6 



Hyams v. Lyons, 16 flO e 

Hyde v. Warden, 16/11 a 

Imperial Bank v. St. Katharine's Dock 

Company, 81 ; 10/— 1/ II d 
re Imperial Land Company, Marseilles — 

Larking'8 Claim. 6y 10 « 
— re imprisoned Debtors Discharge Societies, 

10 m 10 e 

Inkpen v. Masters. 16 mil d 

V. Evelyn, 16 ;m 11 b 

Isitt V, Dawson, 15 nt 10 < 






Civil Actionc (ix>ntinued). 

Jack V. Harding, 19 /" 10 J 

Jackson v. Metropohtan Railway, 19/ lU c 

—20/11 d 

Jacobson v. Bogle Et Uxor, 14/ 11 e 

Javal V. Sheffield Waggon Company, 14 y' 

11 c 

Jekyll and another v. Brown, 15 m 10 d 

Joby V, Nicholson. 14 /* 11 e 

Johnson v. Credit Lyonnais, 1/11 a — 14 / 

lid 

Jones V, Thomas and others, 18/11 d 

and another v. Metropolitan Board of 

Works, 20 r II a 
Josselyn v. Chippendale and others, 9 m 

lOJ 

re Joyce, 12 ; 10 b 

Kidtenback v. Mackenzie, 2/11 a 

Keeling v. Thomassen, 29 m 1 1 « 

Keith V. Burrows, G / 10 «— 7/ 10 c 

Kennaway v. Kennaway and others, 28 w 

11 a 
Kennet and Avon Canal u. Great Western 

Railway, 20^ 11 rf 

V. Avard, 12/11 b 



re Kerr's Trusts, 5 /* 10 / 

Ketley v. Castrey, 5 m 10/ 

Khuliflfa V. Forbes, 10 w 10 /* 

Kidd V. Midland RaUway, 27 m 10/ 

King f. Anderson. 22 /"C c 

Klein v. Ward and others, 16 / 1 1 c 

Kuhe V. Pike and Iverny, 1 « 12 a 

re hacy and Co. and Companies Acts, 10 m 

10/ 

Lade v. Hartopp, 12 i 10 6 

re Llandough Rectory, I fll n 

- Lambert v, Hodgson, 7 m \l d 

re Langham Skating Rink Company, 5 / 

11 <i— 16 w 11 f 

Langmead r. Cockerton, 1 3 /" 1 1 a 

Lascelles and another v. Lord Onslow niui 

another, 7/ 10 e 
Laycock r. Houpton and another, 27 i 

11 d 

Leigh V. Brooks, 1.' w 10 c 

Lester v. Smith and others, 15/11 c 

Limmerman i-. Packman, 12 / 10 (/ 

Linoleum Manufacturing Company r. Nairn, 



2/ 10 s 

Llewellyn v. PoweU, 17 m 18 c 

Lloyd V, Smith. 20 w 1 1 a 

Longford v, Purdon, 8/11 b—lZjoj 

Lorentzen and Murer v, Bryson, Jameson, 

& Co., 16 WI 11 c 

iKjvejoy V, Mnlkem. 19 m 10/ 

re Lowestoft, Yarmouth and Southwold 

Tramway Company, 12 m 11 a 

Lynall v. Crown, 28 /' 11 6 

Mackenzie v. Shepherd, 12 m 11 6 

Maclean v. Vaughan, 6 /* 10 < 

Mardon v. Ponsonby, 30 m 9 </ 

re Margate Aquarium Company, 26 m 10/ 

r« Marshall, l/U a 

Martin t;. Parker, 10/11 a 

Martoti V, Dyson, 10/11 c 

May V. Potter, 20 w 10 /' 

Mayor &c. of Penhryn v. Holm, 16/ U « 



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BiriX Actions (conthiueifj, 

M*Comb V, Roberts, 3/10 /* 

M*Donald and another v. Stokes, 20 tH II d 

re Maulesden — Marseilles, 20 / 11a 

Meetens v. Great Western Railwajr, 16 m 

11 r 

Mellor I'. Simeon, J) m I! A 

Mercer v. Mavor. i / lo ^ 

Metcalf and Wife r, Wigan, Slj 11 c— 1 / 

11 6 
Mercliant Bunking Companj of Loadon v. 

PhoBniT Hi'«;«vnuT Steel Com pan j, lOy 11 a 

Mctro;i »lit.iii Railway v. Defries, 31 > 11 'i 

i\ lirogdtfn and others, 19/10^—20 /* 

11 r/ 



— ft Middlesbrough and Stockton Tramway^ 
Company, 5 f 10 e 

— re Milan Tramways Company, 13^ 10 c 

— Milissich v. Llnvd'5, 12/10/ 

— MilU c. Haywood, s >« 10 r 

— Milner v. Whitvhenll. Mi m )] d 

— Milrain u. Hawthorn and others, 13y 11 b 

— Minett v. Marmon, 30 w J) c 

— MinshaU r. Wills, 18/ 11 o 

— Mirabita v. Imperial Ottoman Bank, 6/116 

— re Mitchell. 17 w 18 a 

— Mitchell V, Moberley, 17 w I?, a 

— Montalemberts Exors v, Vvxv /Tyacinthe, 
31 j 5 e~2 m 4 d^9 m 5 (/— 2*i »« o d 

— Monck r. Hilton, 10/ 1 1 c 
Moorwood v. Steel, 13/11 «— 14 m 11/ 



— Mounsey v, Hemingway, 22/ 11 </— 24y lid 

— Murdoch r. Warner, 15 ; 10 /* 

— Murphy v, Lancashire and Yorkshire Rail- 
way, 19 TO 11 6 

— re National Anns and Ammunition Company 
—re Companies Act (1867). 3 / 10/ 

— re Native Guano Company, 17 w 18 a 

— Now Rirer Company r. r» ridges Joint 
Committee, 22 m 1 1 e 

— NeuTias r. Allport, 2 / 10 < 

— re New Gas Company, 12 m 1 Wi 
Sombrero Phosphate Company v.Erlanger 



and others, 24/11 a— 26 / 11 6—27 / U 6— 

28 /lO/— 28/11 b 
— Newry and Armrgh Railway ?'. Great 

Northrrn Railwav of Inland, 29 w 11 r 
re North Hritish Kailway and North British, 

Arbroath and Montrose Railway, 10 tn lie 
Norton v. Monsel and •thers, 2 to 1 1 c—S 

m 11 c— 8 w 10 «— 10 TO 11 a 

Owen r. Henshew, 29 w 1 1 #» 

. Oxlade v. North Eastern Railway, 8 to 10 / 

—24 TO 6 e 

Parfitt V. Jepson, 12 ^ 11 a 

ex parte Parish Clerks* Company, 24/11 a 

Parker v, M*Kenna,21 m 1 1 r— 26 w 10 f— 
27 to 10 rf 

V, Same, SJ 10 c 



— Parsons r. Tinling, 31 ; 1 1 6—1 /11a 

— Parlagas v. Allport, 2 /' 10 e 

— re Patent and Boat Detaching Company, 
26 mil 6 

— re Payne's Patent Firebrick Company, 5 / 
11a 

— Pearson v. Cox, Bradley and Barker, 15 m 



Civil Actions (continued), 

Pender v. Lushington, 19 / 10 d — 3 7m 1 1 a 

Penncll u. Marsden, 31 y 11 c 

Petersen v. Guild & Co., 2 /U 6 

Phillips V. Gritton, 28 « 11 a 

Phosphate Sewage Company v. Hartmont, 

18/11 a— 14/11 6— 19 /11a 
Pickup r. British and Foreign Marine 

Insurance Company, 28 / 10/ 
r. Merchants' Marine lusurance Compan v, 

28/10/ 

t;. Thames and Mersey Marine Insurance 



Company, 10/11 6—12/11 a- 13/11 c— 14 

/ll rf— 15/10/ 
— Pilley F. Baylis, 10 to 10 e 

Pitfield V. Rowland and another, 16 to 10 / 

re Pitt, Morshead and Gill, IG to 10 / 

Plimpton V, Spiller, 10/11 a 

PoUini f;. Gray & Co., 6/ 10/ 

Poller V. WULs and Son, 15 i* 11 a — IC > 

11 /' 

Prichard v. Woodcock, 2/11 6—3/11 /^ 

Prosser v, .Sloggett. 15 ; i 1 c 

Purcell f. Sowler, 5/ 10 d 

Purvis V. Greenhut, 1 ;« 12 c 

Queen v. Alley Jones, 8 / 10 <^ 

r. Jervi?, 10/11 6—13/11 c 

V. Moses and Esstnger, 10 m 11 <f 

V. Parker, 8/ 10- c/ 

V. Reynolds, 2/10 /— 3/11 e 

p. Slade, 16/11 c 

i;. Thornton, 6/ 10 / 

V. Tiltotson, 6 w 11 c 

re Railway Accident Mutual Assurance, 2u 



m 10 /' 

— Ranken and others v. Royal Steam Mai£ 
Packet Company, 5/ 1 1 a— 6/ 1 1 a 

— Rayment v, Dimbleby, 12 to 11 6 

— Reece's Patent Ice Company t. Loviboiid,. 
10/11 c— 13 /lie 

— Rtigina r. Baiconibo, 26 m 1 1 a 

V. Birkenhead, 1 5 m He 

V, Burke and Navesey, 6 w 11 c 

Shannon and Kowen> 7 to 1 1 c 

i\ Busby, 22 fWd 

?•. Caroline. 26/ 1 1 d 

r. riapiH-Ty, 9 /,/ 1 1 r 

V. Day and lidbupys, 20/10 d 

V, Mary Jane Patterson Deane, 12/11 6 

V, Dennlson, 19 w 11 6 — 23 w 11 6 

V. Eari, 28 » 11 c 

V. Samuel Edward and James Stacev, r*- 



>llc 



r. Entwistk. 9 m 10 6 

V. Fiaher ar.d h'ichard, l^w lie 

V, Foster, 5/116 

w. Gabriel. hfWh 

V, GaUaglur, 16 to 11 6— 1» « \\ c 

V. Greenhough and others, 23 to 11 6- 

V. Grimsbaw, 2 to 1 1 / 

V, Hardman, 12 to 10/ 

V. John llrtttery, '» / II 6 

V, Kelly, 9 TO 1 1 a 

V, Wm. Kdw. Kenn\ , 12/ 116- 

u. Kenny, 5 / 1 1 r 

w. O-vens. 22 / 1 1 d 



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[Jan. Ito 



Civil Actions (cantinuedTk 

Begina v. Rosier, 27 m 10 e 

V, Sampson and Murray, 16 m 11 </ 

r. Scrivener, 16 m 11 ^ 

V. Smith, 15 m 1 1 c 

— — ». Tnmer, 6 m 11 6 

V, Tombnll, 5 m 11 & 

y. Walter, 28 m 11 6 

V. Woods, 5 m 11 4—6 mil e 

' V, Wright and Oldham, 16 m 11 4 

— re Benton, 26 m 1 1 a— 27 m 10 d 

Republic of Costa Rica v. £rkuiger, 12 ; 10 

c— 8 m 10 6 
Note about, 16i 11 e 



of Paraguay v. Lynch, 18 / 1 1 c — 8/ 10 / 

— Riddle V, Jolly and others, 15 mlOd 

— Ridgway v. Hilton House and Red Moss 
Colliery Company, 6 /"lO f—lSj 11 a 

— re Rio Grande do Sul Steamship Company, 
8/-10/ 

— Roberts v, London and South Western 
Railway, 20./ 10/ 

— Robertson r. Hartopp, 12^ 10 6 

— Robson V, Robson, 18 ; 11 k 

— Roderick v. Aston Local Board, 15/ 10 d 

— Ross V. Francis. 29 m 1 1 6 

— Rowcliffe V. Leigh. 15 m 10 c 

— Rumball v. Metropolitan Bank, ISfWd 

— Rumford v. Noep and others, 15 m lid 

— Sadler ». Whalley. 2« m 10 /" 

— re SaniuelV Trust. 13./ 10 e 

— Sands v. Markham Hnd another, 1 8 .;' 1 1 A 

— re St. George's Parish, Hanorcr Sijusre. 30 
m9b 

— Scheers v, I^ncasliire and Yorkshire Rail- 
way, 16 m 11 (/ 

— Sctholes r. Roberts, 29 m 1 W 

— Schroder r. Clough, 16 i 11 c 

— Scott r. Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 
19 m 11 k 

V. Wood and another, 20/ lid 

— Scutt V, Freeman, 16^ 11 6 

— ScTenoaks, Maidstone and Tunbridge Rail- 
way V. London, Ctiatham and Dorer Railway, 
22/11 a—l m 11 rf— 24m6c 

— Shaw V, Inglin, 2 fll a 

V. Norwood. 8/11 </— 8 m 10 rf 

— Sheffield Nickel and Plate Company v, 
Unwin, 7 /* 10 < 

— ex parte Shell — re Lonargan, 28 /* 1 1 a 

— Shepherd and others v, Kottygen and 
others. 16y 10/ 

— Sherson v, Hudson. 18i 11 b 

— Siemans i;. Midland Railway, 18 9 11 c 

— re Simpson's Patent Coke Company, 5 m 
10 e 

— re Singer's Trusts, 25 m \0 f 
-— Smallpiecev. Beyfus, 16^ lie 

— Smith and another v. Turstio and another, 
ISjUc 

p. Chad wick, 24 / 11 a 

— re Smith's Estate. 12 m 1 1 fr 

— - Snowden v, Bagshawe, 16 m 11 d 
-»— Society of Apothecaries v, Witheriagton, 13 
jl 11 6 
> Sodermann v, Campbell, S/IO h 

- tx narte Solicitor. 10 fll c 



OMl Actions (continued), 

re South Wales Atlantic Steamship Com- 
pany, 6/10/* 

Spice i>. Bacon. 14/11 e— 15/11 a 

Spring t;. Great Western Railway, 81 ; 11 n 

Staples V, Powell and others, 18i 1 1 cf 

Steanson v, Robey & Co. and Hayward, l^ 

fll a 

Sterens w. Smith, 20 fll a 

Stock V, Hooper's Telegraph Company, 3 / 

10/ 

Stone V. City and County Bank, 8/116 

Strahan & Co. and others v. King & Co> 

andKnowles, 23/ 11 a 

Sugg V. Silber, 14/11 c 

Sulun of Turkey v. Union Bank of London. 

10 m 10 e— 17 m 13 a--26 m 10/ 

Syers v. Metropolitan Board of Works, l:> 

/10 c 

re Taurine Company, 19 m 11 a 

Taylor r. Smith, 16 / 11 « 

y. Tattersall & Co., 5 / 11 a 

Thackram r. Fergusson, 7/11 a 

Thomas t-. Queen, 20/ 11 1—22/ 10 d—JS 

f 11 A— 24 / 11 a— 27y 11 c— 28/10/-1 «• 
116— 2 m 11 6— 8 01 116— 6 mil 6—8 R IS d 
— 10 m 10 /*— 12 IN 11 c— 18 m 12 a 

Thompson v. Stedman« 2:f m 11 e 

Thornton r. Midland RaUway, 19 m 11 #: 

Toomer and others v. London, Chatham 

and Dorer Railway, 10 »i 11 d 

Torbay and Bruhani Railway v. South 

Devon Kail way. 27 m 10 </— 80 m 9 6 

rt i fade Marks Registration Acts — re Bar- 
rows, 2 a 1 1 a 

re Traders of the Keimst and Atoo Canal 

and Atou, 10 m 11 a 

Navigation v. Great Western RaUway, 1 S 



/lie 

— Traiford p. Trafford, I87 11 d 

— re Trust Association, 20 m 10/ 

— ex parte Trustees of Cannon Street Baptist 
Chapel, Birmingham, 26 m 11 a 

— Tuck V. Simpson, Payne & Co., 7/ 11 a 

— re Tumacauri Mining Company, 26 m 11 a 

— Tunbridge Wells Local Board v, Bishopp. 
2 fll a 

— Turf Fraud— Reg. v. Francis Longlands 
and TlKHuas Warren, 12 m 10 d 

— Tumbull r. British and Foreign Marine 
Insurance Company, I6i U 6 

r. Janson, 1/ 10 « 

— Turner v. London and North Western 
Railway, 27 m U a 

— Tweed and another v. Astley, 8 m 10 e 
Twycross r. Dreyfus, 8 m 10 c 

V, Grant, 12 i 10 <f— 15 j 11 6—16 ; 11 c 



—18/11 rf— 14 / 11 a-15/10 e— 16 fll c 
re Vale Mill Cotton Spiiming Company, 1^ 

m 11 a 

re Van Breda, 15/ 6 e 

Vasuder Sadashin Modak p. Collector of 

Ratnagiri, 2 m 11 a — 8 m 11 a 

Vibert v. Hampton, 9 m 11 6 

ex parte Viney — re Gilbert, 2 m 11 a 

— Walker v, Gumey, 6 / 11 c 

Ward V. HohhR. 1ft /* 10 « 



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Col 



Civil ActioiiB (ctitinued), 

Ward V. Ward, 12 / 10 e 

Ware y. Coope, Injanction, 1 7 j & e— 20y BJ 

Warner v. M'Bryde, 8 m 10 6 

r. Murdoch, 14/10/ 

Watkinson and others v, Wrexham Mold 

andOonnah'sOmay Railway,!/ lie— 12y lie 

Warwick, Birmingham, Warwick and Nap- 
ton Canal Narigation v. Birmingham Canal 
Narigation Company and others, 27 m 10 d 

Wearer v, Qonter, 16/11 c 

Webb V. Mansell, 18/ 10/— 1 / 10 e 

Wells V, London, Tilbury and Southend 

Railway, 16 / 10 c 

West and others r. White and others, 26/ 1 1 

c — 5 m 1 1 r 

Westminster New Brewery Company v, 

Hannah, H f \0 c 
White V. Great Western Railway, 16 m 1 1 c 

V. Witt, 16 m 10 r 

— — re Whiteash Paper Company, 6/11 a 

Widness Metal Company r. Norwood, 8/10 

</— 5 m 10 ^ 

ex parte Wilson — re Dearden, 18 ; 11/ 

V. Silleto, 28 m 11 c 



Wilts, Somerset and Berks C/anal Traders 

o. Great W^tem Railway, 19/ 10/ 

Winch V. Fairclough, 8/ 11 6 

Winterbottom v. Corporation of Salfordand 

others, 27 m 11 d 

Witty and Son it. Waite, Bumell & Co^ 7 

m U i— 12 m 10/ 

re Wolrerhampton Ritual Case, 18/11-0 

— - Womack v. South Eastern Railway, 16/ 11 c 

Wood r. Coates and others, 18 j 11 6 

Woodley v. Metropolitan District Railway, 

16y 10 d 

Wrigley p. Bamaele, 12 m 10 / 

CiTil List Pensions, 7 m 9/ 

Serrice Appointments, $ee Official 

Estimates, 14/9 f 

Life-Boat Fund, 18 i 7 « 

Meat Supply Association, 8 m 10 s 

'* Claimant," his Wife and the Home Secretary, 

20y 6/ 
Clark, Pnnchard & Co., on the Lisbon Steam 

Tramways, 17/ 11 « 
Cleopatra's Needle, Arrangements to Bring to 

London, 12/8 a— 14 J 11/ 

Presented to England, 16 m 6 c 

Clergy and the Churchyardp, 28 j 6 a 

— Orphan Corporation, Annual Court, 1 m 9y 
Clerical Appointments, 6 ; 9/— 11 ; 9 e— 18 / 6 

a— 18 j 10/— 26/ 6/- 2/ 4 a— 2/ 7 /*— 6 f 
7 /— 19 / 9 «-22 / 6 «— 1 m 7 f— 8 m 5 /— 
18 m 10 (/— 17 m 6 A— 19 m 6/ 

Cathedral, 8/6/ 

Medicaland General Life Assurance Society, 

ft/ 7 o— 6/7 d 

Vacancies, 16/ 6 rf . 

Clerkenwell, Improvements in, 24 / 9 e 

Clerkships in the Ciril Serrice — Open Competi- 
tions for, 18/9/ 

' Notes about, 15/6 r— 16 / 4 a— 19 /8 c— 

20 /• 8 <f 

dermont-Ganneau (Ch.) Semitic Monuments, 9 



Clifford ^Sir Augustus) Illness of, 8/ 9 « 

Chfton (College, Hi 11 / 

Royal Charter of Incorporation Granted 

to, 27 m \2b 

Suspension Bridge Company, 20j7d 

Clockwork Lock for Bankers Safes, 11/ 6 ^ 
Clothworkers Company, Banquet, S fd e 
Cloud and SunshiDC, Lecture on, 12/7 d 
Clores, State of Trade in, 2 m 6 6 
Clutterbuck (Rer. J. C.) Thames Valley Floods 

12; 8 6 
GOAL:— 
on the Dealers and their Continued High 

Prices, 31 j 7 h—Zfl 6—6/7 a—^fl h 

Deputation on the Sale of, 21/5 c 

Four Years of Coal Mining, 26 j 4 <— 26 

/6c 
Imports and Exports from the Port of 

London, 8 > 7 6— 6y 7 6—7/ 7 a— 6 ml a 
^—- Ring in America, 6 m 4 s 

South Wales, 27/ 9/ 

Yorkshire Coid Field, 2/4 6—6/ 10 «— 



6/7 a— 18/10 6—16 n 6 e 

State of Trade in, 2i 7 6—4 j 7 rf— 6 ; 7 c 

—9 i 7 6—11 / 7 6— 18i 6 c— 16/ 7 e— 18/ 7 
6—20/ 7 6—28 ;• 7 a— 26/ 6 o— 27 i 7 6—80 / 
7 b—i /7 6—8/7 6—6/7 6—8/7 #*— 10/7 
6—18/ 10 6—16/7 6—17/ 11 dU 20/ 6 6— 
22/7 6—24 / 7 6—27/ 10 «— 1 m 10 c— 8 m 
10 e— 6 m 10 6—8 m 6 e— 10 m 10 6—18 m 11 
r— 15 m 6 rf— 17 m 8 6—20 m 10 6—22 m 6 6— 
24 m 18 c— 27 m 10 6—29 m 7 6 

Trade, Reduction of Wages and Price of, at 

Leeds, bm^d 

■ in America, 16 m 6 a 

in Durham, ^flo—lfl «— 12 m 6 6 

Wages Question, 18 « 8 6 

Cobb (Francis) on Silkworm Grain, 26 ; 8 s 

Cochineal, State of the Market, 11 / 7 o— 19 ; 7 
c— 20 7 7/— 26/ 6 «— 8/7/— 22y 7/— 8 m 6 
c— 29 m 7 c 

Cock Kills a Child at Glasgow, 80 m9 a 

Cocoa, Stote of the Market, 10/ 6 c— 17 / 7 c— 
24 ; 7/— 81/ 7 /— 7/7 c— 14 /lO c— 21 / 12 
c— 28/ 10 6—7 m 10 6—21 m 6 /— 28 m 10 c 

Codification of the Criminal Law, 8/8 c— 16 / 
10 a 

Codrington (Gen. W. J.) Army Mobiliiation, 19 
m lOe 

Coffee, State of the Market, 4 ; 7 if— 6 / 7 c— 6 ; 
T c— 10/ 6 c— 11/ 7 c— 12/ 7 •—17/7 c— 18 i 
7 6 & /•-19 / 7 c— 20 ; 7/— 24i 7/— 26 ; 6 « 
— 26i 7 «— 27/ 7 s— 81/ 7/— 1/7 d— « /7 d 
—8/7 e— 7/7 e--^ /'7/— 10/7 e-14/10 c 
—16/7/— 16/10/— 17/11 rf-.2iy 12 c— 
22 flf-'TZf 10 6—24/ 10 «— 28/10 6—1 m 
6 f-J% m 6 6—8 m 10 /— 7 m 10 6—8 si 6 e— 9 
m6/— 10in7/— 16m6y— 17 m86— 21fiiG 
/— 22 m 6 y— 28 m 6 6—24 m 18 c— 28 m 10 c 
—29 m 7 6 

Cohen (Arthur) at Lewes, 2/6 e 

Coinsge, Lecture on, by Mr. Roberts, 80/4/ 

Cuius, Discovery of COOlbs. Weight of Seman, 
near Veromi, 2G ; 5 d 

Coleiidge (Lord) and Poaching, 1 m 7/ 

Coles (John) on the Stock Exchange^ 28 ai 



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R1LMJUI*S INDEX T(» ^* TUB T1MB8 " NKWSI*APEK. 



[Jan. 1 to 1 



College of Preceptors, Award of Prizes and 

Certificates, 25 J 8 a 
CoUinson (Major-Gen.) Lecture on the Present 

Facilities for Invasion and Defence of England, 

Colonial Appointments, Sj 8 c— 10 /8 b—70j 8 
6—26 / 10 e— 28 f 8 d—7 m 8 r— 28 mSa 

Government Securities, in every days paptr 

Produce Market, 8 ; 7 « — 5 ; 7 c — 6 j 7 i — 

12 ; 7 «--19 ; 7 c— 20 ; 7 a— 26 j 7 e— 27 j 7b 
— 2/ 7</— 3/7 6— 10/" 7 6— lb /* 10 f-\7 f 
11 c— 23/10 *— 24 f 10 &— 3 m iO «— 10 m 10 
ft— 16 m 6/— 17 w 8 a— 23 m G 6—24 m 13 6— 
29 m 7 6—30 mob 

Colour Blindness, 1 i 11 h—Zj 8 c 

Colquhoum (P.) Turkish Administration in 
Albania, 6 m 6 c — 9 m 10 c 

Columbia, Insurrection, 12/6 d 

British, su British 

Colvin (S J Lecture on Giotto*s Gospel of Labour, 
26 ; 6 e 

Comedy, Mr. Meredith's Lecture on, 5 ^4 c 

Commercial Guarantee Society, 20 j 7 d 

Intelligenct (Foreign), Ij 5 /•— 3 j 6 rf— 4 

j 5 d—S jbd—Gj 6 e— 8 j 6 6—9 ; 6 rf— !• ; 
6 e— 1 1 7 6 </— 12 i 6 rf— 13 / 5 e— 15 j 6 a— 16 
^ 5 <f— 17 ;• 6 </— 18i 5 e-19 j 5 «-20 ; 6 d— 

22 i 6 a— 28j 5 c— 24 j 5 6—25 ; 5 e— 26 i 5 « 
—27 J 6 d— 29> 6 «— 30 i 6 «— 81 i 6 rf-.2 / 6 
/— 8/5 «— 5/6 c— 6/5 i/— 7/5 e-8/5 e— 
9/5 <f— 10/5 ir-12 /5/-13/5 e-14/5 6 
—15/5 i/— 16 / 5 rf— 17 /•5 rf— 19 /6/— 20 /• 
5 «— 21/5 c— 22/5 e— 23/5 c— 24 f5 rf— 26 
/•6 6—27/5 c— 28 / 5/_l m 5 e— 2 m 5 e— 3 
m 5 /— 5 m 3 </— 7 m 5 rf— 8 m 5 /— 9 m 5 f — 
10 m 5 e— 12 m 6 a- 13 m 5 e— 16 m 5 e— 16 m 
5 c— 17 m 7/— 19 m 6 6—20 tn 5 /"— 21 m 5 e— 

23 m 5 <f— 24 m 7y— 26 m 6 c— 27 m 6/— 28 m 
5 f— 29 m 5 e— 30 m 3 rf— 81 in 5 e 

Treaties with Frarce, 18 j 8/ 

Official Notice, 19 m 9 e . 

Union Assurance Company, 28 f 10 a— 15 

mSt 

Commissions on Sales, Notes about, 2^4 «— 3 j 

8 6—4 / 7/— 5 > 10 e— 8 ; 11 e— 9 ; 7 rf— 10 ; 

6/— U ; 7 b— 12 J 11/— 13^ 12 a— 16^ 12 a 

—19 J 11/— 20y 5 rf— 22 ; 10 <f— 29 ; 11/— 1 

/7/-8/12c-6/-7e 

Paper on, 13^* 12 a 

Commons Enclosure Question, 27 m 6 e 
Companies, Miscellaneous, SUte of Shares in, in 

€v*ry day's jtapt 
Compton (a Veteran Comedian) Benefit for, 

Sketch of his Life, 19 /•4 rf 
Letter of Thanks for the Result of his 

Benefit, 22 m 8 c 

Note •vk the Fund, 22 m 8 6 

Compulsory Loan— a Robbery, 9 m 10 6 
Concours Poetique— Announcement, 24/11 c 
Condemned Meat, 17 m 8 e 
Confederation of South Africa, 18 /"lO « 
Conference of Librarians in PhiUdelphia, 27 / 9 / 

Proposal for, in London, Note about, 16 / 4 a 

Confiding Butler, 4 ; 10 c— 10 ; 4/ 
Congress of "Americanists," 9 ; 4 e 
of Orientalists, 26 ; 7 6 



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.».;^ «T lu. 



Connolly (Thos.) American Beef, 81 m 10 6 

Philadelphia Exhibition, \2jZd 

Conscience Money, 2/9 e— 4i 9/— 8 i 9 /— 9 / 
9 «— 16 ; 9 e— 18> 12 a— 20 j 9/— 24 ; 9 «— 26 
j 9 €—31 ; 10 6—3 /'9 /•-10/9y— 13 / 9 /— 
16/9 /•— 19/9 «— 23 f 5/ -26/9 «— 27/9/ 
— 1 w 9 /"- 5 in 9 /— 6 m 11 a— 8 m 8 6—9 m 9 
/— 12 m 9 /— 16 m 9 /*— 20 m 9 /*— 21 m 9 /— 
27 n» 9/— 29 m 9 < 
Conserratism in Lancashire, 1 j 11 6 
Cunsenrative Meeting at Liverpooll 25 i 7 a 
Contemporanf Review, New Proprietor, 15 y 6 d 

— 16j6rf-17;9/ 
Continental Pietures Exhibition, 27 m 4 cf 
Contraband — American Shipments of Small 
Cannon, 22 j 7/ 

in Portugal— English Sovereigns, 19 / 11 6 

Convict Prisons, Report of Directors, XZ/Sf 
Convocation, Adjournment of, 1 y 9/- 10/ 9 / 
Cool&(Capt) Report on the Monument Erected 
to the Memory of, in Owhyhee, 24 m 10/ 

(Nath.) New South Wales SUtistics. SjCe 

—^ and Son, on the Mahomedans and Chris- 
tians in Syria. 21 / 10/ 
Cooke (Rev. Charies) on Trusteeship and the 

Stock Exchange, 28 m 10 6 
Cookery in Board Schools, se% Educatiok 

School of, at South Kensington, 8/6 6 

and the Society of ArU Seholarsbips, 5/ 

6/ 
Coote (Thomas) on Floods, 80 m 10 a 
Coppered Peas, Notes on, 25jSf 
Copying Machines, 28 / 6 6 
Copyright Commission, 12/9/ 
Coral Fishers off Torre del Greco, 20 i 5 e 
Corfield (Dr.) Lecture on Food and Drink, 12 m 
76 

on Pure Air, 12 fl2 a 

on the Laws of Health, 27 j6d 

Com, ^tate of the Market, 1 ; 7 f—2j 7 d—Z j 

7 /•— 4 ; 7 e-5y 7/— Oj 7 </— 8 i 7 rf—9y 7 6 

—10 j 6 c— 1 1 ; 7 </— 12 ; 7/— 13 j 6 e— 15 ) 

7 rf— 16y 7 «— 17 ; 7 «— 18 ; 7 «— 19 / 7 c— 20 

j 7 6—22 ; 7 •— 28^ 7|c— 24 j 7 d— 25 / 6 c— 26 

j 7 c-27y 7 e— 29 j 7 6—30 i 7 d^Zlj 7 c— I 

/7 €—1 f7 d— 3/7/— 6/7 «-6/7 c— 7/ 7 

c— 8/7 d— 10 /7 <f— 12/7 •— 18 /lO 6— 14/ 

lOe— 15/7 e— 16/10/— 17/11 /— 19 /•7 d 

—20 / 6 rf— 22/ 7 /— 28 / 10 /— 24 / 10 e— 26 

J 7/— 27/ 10 «-28 / 10 c— 1 m 10/— 2 m 6 * 

—3 m 10 /— 5 m 7/— 6 m 10 rf— 7 m 10 6—8 m 

6 c— 9 m 6 6—10 m 10 6—12 m 6/— 13 w 11 </ 

—14 m 10 6—15 m 6 /— 16 m 6 c— 17 in 8 d— 

19 m 7/— 20 m 10 6—21 m 6 6—22 m 6 /— 23 

w 6 /— 24 m 18 c> 26 m 7 c— 27 m 10 6—28 w 

10 6—29 m 7 e— 30 m 4 /— 81 in 7/ 

Export Returns, 20 ; 4 / 

New Plant in Alexandria, 15/6 6 

Corporate Legislation. Deputation to Govern- 
ment about, 10 m 8 6 
Corps of Commissionaires, Donations, 6/5 e— 8 
/8 a— 8 mil /*— 31 mHa 

and H. M.Navy, 7 m 8 6 

and the Post Office, 14/6 /— 21 /12 c 

Corrections, 2/9/— 24y 9/-26/6 c— 26/7 • 
—16 m 4 c— 19 m 9/ 



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Cost of DUinfoctants, 18y 4 / 

of Poachiog Proiecutions, 9 m 5 e 

Cotton, Slate of Trade in, 3j7 e—Aj 7 rf— 5 .i 7 
f— 6i 7 c— 9 ; 7 </— 10 j 6 c— 11 ; 7 c— 12 / 7 e 
—IS J 6 rf— 16 ; 7 c— 17 ; 7 c— 18 j 7 f-^ld ; 7 
c— 20 J 7 /•— 23i 7 d— 24> 7/— 26 ; 6 «— 26^ 
7 e— 27y 7 e— dOj 7 d-Sl ; 7/-1 f7 </— 2 / 
7 ds r 7 e— 6 / 7 «— 7/ 7 c— 8/7 /*— 10 H 
e— 13/ 10 d— 14 /• 10 e- 16/7 /-16/ 10/— 
17/11 </— 20 /e d^21 /•12 c— 22/7/— 28 / 
lOi— 24/10 «— 27/10/— 28/10 6— 1 w6 / 
— 2 m 6 ^— ff m 10/--6 m 10 rf— 7 m 10 6—8 w 
6 c— 9 iw 6 /— 10 m 7 /— 18 m 11 <^— 16 m 6 / 
—16 m 6 /•— 17 « 8 6—20 m 10 6—21 m 6/— 
22 m 6 /— 23 m 6 6—24 m 13 c— 27 m 10 c— 28 
»« 10 c— 29 III 7 6 

County Fire and Provident Life Office, New 
Manager, 17 m 8 6 

Bates, Parliamentary Return, 29 m 10 e 

eOtJBT OF AT.DKRIfRN :— 

Brokers Admitted, H/lOd 

Lunatic Asylum, 16 nt 12 a 

Meetings, 17 J 10 6 

Prison Bill, 14 f 10 rf— 16 m 12 a 

Mr. Staples Takes his Seat, 17 j 10 6 

OOUBT OIBOVLA& :— 

Audiences, lOy 8 o 

Drawing Booms by the Queen, Notice of, 

20 / 9 /•— 3 fS 6—7/8 c— 10/8 a— 14/8 c— 
17/9 a— 21/ 6/— 24 f 8 o— 28/8 d— 3 m 8 
a— 7 w 8 c— 10 m 8 c— 14 m 7/— 16 m 8 a— 24 
in 13 s— 28 m 8 a— 31 m 8 c 

Duke of Cambridge, Illness of, 17/10 /— 

28/ 9 /*— 12 m9/— 14 iii6 «— 21 w 9/— 22 m 9/ 

of Connaught in DubUn, 8/9 e— 2 m 9/ 

of Edinburgh's Infant Daughter Chris- 



tened at Malta, 2 ; 6 d—dj 6 6 

the Duchess Holds a Reception at the 



/— 12 m 6/ 
— Levees by the Queen, 3 m 8 o — 7 wi 8 c — 10 
w 8 c— 13 m 10 (1—16 m5f 

by the Prince of Wales, 31 J 8 a-^/B b 



Court Circular (ronh'nved), 

I'rihceuf Wales at KiniMton, 15 / 06 — 10 j 

JO .— i 7^ y /— 18 j tI/-20> 0/-22> 9/-2;J 

yy/ 

Hunting at llarpley, 6 a9 « 

" and Princess of Wales have a Ball at 

Marlborough House, 10 m 9 /'— 18 ia 10 e 

Cebbration of the 14th Anniversary of 



Valetta Palace, Ujbd 

Movements of, 26^ 6 e— 12 fS <— 13 / 

5 e— 14/6 6—9 m 6 e— 14 m 6 e— 19 m 6 a 

— Easter Bounties, Distribution of, 30 m 7 /* 

— Empress Eugenie Leaves for Spain, 2 m 9 



10 a 



Announced, 30 i* 9 /* 



Lord Beaoonsfield Presents Mr. Allan 

Young of the Pandora, who is Knighted, 14 m 

8a 

— Movements of the Court, 9 i 9 e 

New Tear's Festivities at Sandringham, 3 ; 



Be 

— Official Caurt Not to be Held this Season, 
30;9y 

— Orders of the Court Going into Mourning 
for the Princess Charles of Prussia, 20 > 8 6 
^^ Prince Imperial, Review of Events During 
his Past Life, 16 m 8 6 

no Birthday Celebration »t Chislehurst, 

9 maO /" 



—7/8 c— 10 fS a— 14 fS €—17 J 9 o— 21/6 
/*— 24/ 8 a— 27 / 10 a— 28/ 10 <f— 24 m 18 « 
—28 m 8 a— 31 m 8 c 

List of PresenUtions, 16/ 10 a— 27 / 



the Mariiage of, 12 m 6 « 

on a Cruise in the Mediterranean, 21 m 



9y— 26 w 9 e— 27 TO 9/" 

— ^ and Family Return to Jjondon, 7 j 9e 



9/ 



Queen*8 Birthday Celebration, 28 m ^ a 
Court and Drawing Room, 3 m 10 a— o /;• 



Intended Visit to Germany, 23 /'6 6 
Denied, 24/9/ 



Return of the Queen to London, 7Jde 

V) Osborne, 28 m 9/ 

Duchess of Teck, Illness of, 14 i» 6 « — 21 

m 9/ 
COTJBT OF COMMON COUNCIL :— 
Aid. Besley's Bequest of Pictures to, 1 / 

7/ 
Commons Preservation, 19 y 10 f 

Elections, 19/ lOy 

Fund for Distressed Widows, &c., of Ship- 
wrecked Fishermen, 24 m 6/ 

Increased Accommodation for Billingsgate, 



16/8 

— Irish Estates of Rusky, Proposed Sale of, 
2 III 6/— 6 m5 f 

Grants Sought for, 2 m 6 /* 

Society and Foyle Bridge, Derry, 16 / 8 a 

— Markeu Committee, 1/7 /— 24 m 6 / 

— Meetings, 19 i lOy 

— New Members, 13/8 6 

Thames Bridge, 26/ 7 /•— 27 i 6 b 

— Plumstead Common, 1/7/ 

— Preservation of Dartford Brent, 16 /*8 o 
Report of the Royal Reception Committee, 



2m6f 

Covent Garden Market, Price List of Goods on 
Sale, 1 j 7 c—6 j 7 c— 16 / 7 c— 20y 7/— 27 j 
7 e— 3 / 7 «— 10 f7 «— 17 /ll d— 24/10 e— 3 
HI icy— 10 m 7/— 17 m 8'6~ 24 m 13 c— 31 m 

7/ 
Cowen (Cuthbert) on the Burial Certificates 

Required by the Bank of England, 10 *i 8 6 

(Joseph) at Newcastle-on-Tyne. 31 j 6 a 

at Newcastle, 29y 10 c- of 10 c 

Cox (Homersham) on Tunbridge Schools, 17 m 

12 d 

(Edw. W.) on Serjeants at Law, 26/ 8 6 

Craigie (Capt.) Paper on the Cost of Local 

Government, 23 m 4 6 
Crawshay (Rose Mary) Cruelty to Animals, 18 

i46 

(Mrs.) on Gentlemen Helps, 30 i 7/ 

on Lady Helps, 28 ; 8 c— 3/4/ 

Credit Companv, \h f 7 d 

Fonder of England, % f7 a 

of France, 26/6/ 

of Mauritius, 23 m 6 a— 28 mXO d 

Crete, Election of Deputies for the Turkish Par^ 

liament Refused by, 26/6 6 
— . TnfliirrfK*kinn in. 'M m 7 #> 



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PAUfEB S INDEX TO '" THE TI31X8 ' NBWSPJlPBR. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Crete und the New Turkish Constitution, 5 m 
12 ri 

Preparing for a Rising. 19 m 5 rf— 24 m 7 « 

Crimean War, Sentence from the Prince Con- 
sort's Life on, 5 m 1 1 / 
Crimes of Violence in Liverpool, 17 i 7 « 
CSDOKAL TRIALS :— 

Abbott, John, for Frmad, 22 m 11 / 

Ainsworth. Geo., for Stealing, 6y 12 a 

AUaway, Stephen, for Fraud, Gjlld 

Appleby, Henry, for Frand, 9^' U a— 11 j 

lie/, two notice* 

Bagness, John, for Robbery, 7 m W d 

Baker, Charles, and others, for Murder, 17 



m 18 c 

Frederick Edwin, for Murder, 27 m 11 a 



— 29fnll« 

— Banyard. Arthur, for Stealing, ISy 11 c 

— Bates, Charles, and others, for Murder, 2 m 
11 « 

— Beer. George, for Stealing, 9^ 11 a 

— Belloir, — , for Murder, 15 wi 5 c — 16 m 6 b 

— Bentley, — , for AtteiLpted Murder, 15 m 
lU 

— Bennett, Thoniaa, for Wilful Murder, 2 m 
11« 

— Beresford, Lord Marcus, for Assault, 28 m 
lid 

— Bernstein, Michael, and another, for Con- 
spiracy, 80 m 9 6 

— Bickle, Eli, mud another, for Poaching, 22/ 
lis 

-* Bishop, Jane, for Manslaughter, 11 ^ 11 « 
Ann, for Attempted Suicide, 17 m 12 a 



— Blandfurd, John Snelling, for Manslaughter. 
id fix d 

— Bond William, for Manslaughter, 5 m 10 / 

— Bonfleld, Wm., for Aaaanlt, 21 mil d 

— Bouyn, — , for Poisoning a Fellow Passen- 
ger in a Train near Toulon, 26 f6 a 

— Boyart, — , for Inciting a Young Man to 
Murder his Parents, 7 mlO f 

— Boys, Wm., for Damaging a Half-Sorereign, 
17 m 12 a 

Edward Chas., and others, for Receiiing 



Stolen Property, 10 m 11 tf 

— Brown, Thos., for Stealing, 12 j 10 f 

— Geo., for Fraud, 7/ 1 1 c 
Wm., for Wife Assault, 22 /* 11 6 



— Burke, Sarah, for Forgery, &c., 10 i 11 6 

— Butland, John, for Manslaughter, 9 m 11 e 

— Calder, Wm., for Burglary, 7 m 11 d 

— Callaghan, John, for Murder, Respited, 1 j 
10/ 

— Carbines, John Hooper, for Scuttling a Ship, 
14 mile 

— Carter, Edw., for Wounding, 18^ 11 e 
Richard Bernard, for Attempted Suicide, 



ISmlld 

— Clark, Wm., and others, for Murder, 9 m 
11 a 

— Clement and Palmer, for Conspiring to 
Fraud, 7y lie— 8 ill rf 

— CleYeney, James, for Bigamy, 80 m 9 d 

— Clyde, Henry Robert, for Stealing, 20 m 11 6 

— Cohen, Morris, for Fraud, 14 m 11 6 

.» Cole. Wm., and another, for Stealinsr, 80 m 9 d 



Criminal Trials C^rmtinved). 

Connor and Gorman, for Manslaughter, IC 

mO f 

Cook. Edw., for Assault. 9^' 11 a 

Costello, Mary, for Fraud, 23 m II e 

Cotter, John, for Robbery, 8 m 1 1 a 

Coutes. Samuel, for Manslaughter, 1 1 i 1 1 & 

Cox, Joseph Alfred, for Scealing, iOjUa 

Thos., for Stealing, 6 /" 1 1 r 

Crawley, Henry, for Attempted Burglary. 

Hill a 

Curtis and Arnold, for Conspiracy, 1 m 12 6 

Davis, Henry, for Fraud, 8 m 10/ 

Valentine, for Shooting with Intent, 37 



11 






Dawson, Charles, and others, for Poaching, 

26/11 rf 

Day, Wm., and others, for Murder, 20/10 

d— 21/'llo—22/llJ 

— Duffery, Eliza, for Stealing, 8/116 

Duffy, Owen, for Stealing, 10 j 11 a 

Duppell Wm., for Libel, 27 if 10 e 

Edmunds, Thomas John, for St45aling, 6 J 

12 a 

Egan, Patrick, for Stealing, 21 w II d 

Emmanuel, Charles, and others, for Fraud, 

6 m 11/— 7 m 11 d 

£ngli!*h, Geo. Wm., for Forgery, 18 i II d 

Eskcrsiey, Wm.. for Stealing, 6j II e 

Evans, James, for Assault, 27 m 1 1 c 

Feeney, Thomas, and another, for Burglary, 

27 m 10/ 

Fitzgibbins, Mary, for Stealing, 18 i 11 r 

Flowers, Louis, for Selling Indecent Photo- 

tographs, 17 m 12 a 

Forbes, John, for Assault, Sj II b 

Fortune, Robert, a Lunatic, for Murder, € 

J€b 

Fox, Chas., for Embezzlement, 10 j 11 a 

Francis, Fred., for Stealing, 7 fll b 

Franklin, Samuel, for Stealing, 8 m 10/ 

French, Marv Ann, for Stealing, 8/11 6 

for Incendiarism, 9 m 10 e 

Gibb, — , for Swindling, 22/6 c 

Godefory, Louis Victor, for Murder, 22 1*5 

c— 26 / if— 5 m 4 d—5 m 5 « 
Goldfinch, Gilbert, for Embezzlement, 8 / 

115 

Goring, Henry, for Fraud, 8 m 11 <i 

Gough, Lewis, for Attempting to Upset a 

Train, 16 m 11 5 
Graham, Charles, tdiaM Lever, for Stealing, 

7/116 

Granger, — , for Betting, 22 /" 11 s 

Gray, Wm., for Burglary, 11 J 11 a 

Green, John, for Stealing, 6 / 1 1 c 

Griffin, Jonn, for Stealing, 7/115 

— ^ Guy, Mrs., for Murder, 22/11 e 
— — Harris, John, for Perjury, 1 m 12 a 
— — Harard, Thos., for Bigamy, 28 m 11 a 

Hayes, Dennis, for Assault, 9/11 a 

Hines, Margaret, and another, for Attempt- 
ing to Steal, 18 / 1 1 c 

Hinks, — , and others, for Fraud, 7 m 11 d 

Hirst, Jesse, for Shooting with Intent, 27 

m 11 a 
— — - Holden. Thos.. for Embezzlement. 17 m' il « 



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Criminal Trials C*'(*ntinueii). 

Hackle, Williaui, for Overcharge in a Cab 

Fare, 17/ 12 a 

Hughes, James, for Embezzlement, 7 fWh 

Hunter and Chitty, for Stealing, lU y 11 «/ 

Hymus, Geo., for Stealing, 7 m II d 

Ingle. Michael, for Penury, 19 m 11 c 

Isaacs, Benjamin, for Stealing, 7/11 * 

Irey, Arthur, for Attempted Murder, 22/ 

11 c 
Jackson, Ord. and others, for Fraud, 15 m 

10/— |6ifi 11 a— 17»i 116 

Jelliff and Russell, for Fraud, 19./ 11 // 

Jenkins, £dward Fooley, for Perjury, 12 m 

10 d 



— Jennings. Francis, for Burglary, I3i 11 <f 
— f Jervis, Ernest Scott, for Debtors* Act Of- 
iei>ce, 8 w 11 d 

— Johnson, Charles, for Sheep Stealing, 22 / 
11 a 

John Henry, for Murder, 14 m 11 cf 



— Jones, Jose|rfi John Alley, for Embezzle- 
ment, 8 w 11 a 

Wm., and another, for Manslaughter, 11 

>11 c 

— Judge, Wm.. for Assault. 12 j 10 f 
Kayannah.Geo., for llobbery with Violence, 



6/12 a 

— Kelly, Martin, and another, for Stealing, 12 

; Jt»/ 

-*— Kershaw, Maria, for Manslaughter, 16 m 

U r 

— Kirkbride. Ellz. Mary Louise, for Conceal- 
ment of Birth, 24 / 11 d 

— Kirk ham. Ann. for Embezzlement, 7 /" II 6 

— Lacombe, Ant. Prieur de, for Arson, 12 m 



o e 



Laden. Catherine, for Arson, 19 m \l d 

Law, Arthur, fur Indecent Assault. 8 m 11 a 

Lawrence, Wm^ for Fraud, 16/11 d 

J^icester. Wm.. for Stealing, 10; i: a 

Link, Chas. Wm., asd others, for Stealing, 

2m 11 « 

Long. Wm. Edw., for Stealing, 8 w 10/ 

Lnreng. John, for Rape, 1 9 /w 11 c 

Lott, John, and others, for Stealing, 7/116 

Lyons. Eliz.ibelh, for Stealing. 8 /* 11 a 

Maccovcr. Klias. for Stealing, 10.; 11 o 

Maceau, Peter, and Wife, for Stisaling, 22 

/lie/ 

M'Carthy, Dennis, for Assault, 11 7 11 a 

M'Connon, .Michael, for Murder, 12/11 a 

M'Kenna. John, for Wife Murder, 6 m 11 d 

M*l..eod. Capt., for Murder, 21 w 9 / 

M'Pherson. Wm.. for Stealing, lOj W a 

Mackey, Francis, for Stealing. 8 m 1 1 a 

Mankey, Jas., for Embezzlement, 7 m li b 

—8 mile 

Man ton, Emily Joyce, for Theft, 10/9/ 

Mariner, — , and another, for Poaching, 2 

m Md 
— — Marshall, Benjamin, for Attempted Mur- 
der, 19/ 11 rf 

Matson« Louisa, for Fraud, 10 m 11 d 

Merchant, Henry, for Fraud, 28 in 1 1 <; 

— ^ Middleton, Wm., and others, for Poaching, 



1 1 . 



Grimlnal Tria,U( rout inued), 

Milbrow, Wm., f#r Indecently Assaulting 

Children, 6/11 d 

Monk, Leonard, for Manslaughter, 19/11 d 

Moore, Francis, for Perjury, m 11 A 

Morgan. Wm., and others, for Indecent 

Assault, 24 fUh 

Morris, Josephine, for Perjury, o « 1 1 6 

Thos., and others, for Stealing, 31 7 11 d 

Fox and others, for Stabbing, 20 / 10 /* 

Morse, Qeo., for Attempted Murder. 3u m 

9c 

Moseley, Henry, for Stealing, 8 w 1 1 a 

Moss, John Wm., and Wife, for Man- 

slau;;bter, 28/'llc 

Muir and Swan, for Arson, 12 m 6 a 

Munday, Elizabeth, for Keeping an Un- 
registered Lodging House, 17/12 a 

Muri)hy, Wm., for Assault, 7jllc 

Nickless, Henry, foy Wounding, 5 «i 10/ 

Novis, — , for Assault, 2 m II d 

Nock, Alex., for Manilaughter, 5 m 10/ 

O'Connor, George, for Wilful Damage, 8 / 

11 a 
Offer, James, and another, for Stealing, 7/ 

llh 
Okill. John, and another, for Receiving 

Stolen Goods, 17 /'12 a 
Olison, Donald Henry, for Bankruptcy Act 

Offence, 10 m 12 a 
Oliver. Edward, and another, for Stealing, 

2\ m\\ d 

O'Shea. Thomas, for Dog Stealing. 6/ 1 1 e 

Parker, John, for Wilful Murder, 24 / 11 c 

Pearson, Ellen, for Stealing, 22 fUh 

Pennington, William, for Manslaughter, 29 

IM 11 ^ 
Phillips, Robt., real name Peter Breiden- 

bender, for Stealing, 6/11 e 

Plumb, Thos., for Assault, 15y 4/ 

Powell, Jane, for Murder, 29 m \\ d 

Power John, and another, for Stealing, 7/ 

11 6 

Prestopino. Joseph, for Stealing, 24/ 1 1 b 

Price, Wm., and another, for Attempted 

Murder 16 /9« 

Prior, Thomas, for Burjrlary, 28 rn 11 6 

Quilter, John, for Murder, \o m li d 

Reed, Geo., for Arson, 11/ 1 1 // 

Regan, Ann. for Stealing, 11 ^' 1 1 a 

Itogney, Edward, for Murder, 15 w II d 

Reynolds, Wm., and others, for Pilfering, 

&c., 26/11 c 
Roberts, Robt. John, for Embezzlement, 10 

J II 6 
Robinson, George, for Stealing, 20 m 1 1 & 

—26 »! \\ b 
Robson, Thomas H., for Wounding, 10 y 

11 a 

Rogers, Frederick, for Stealing. 20 m 1 1 6 

Rosser, Philip, for Wounding, 28 w 1 1 rt 

Salmon, Wm., for Wounding a Gelding. 16 

/ 10 r 
Shallow, Edw., for Inciting to Murder, 23 

m II c— 26 w 9/ 
Sharp. Edward, for Attempted Murder, Ifl 



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PALMEB*8 IKDEX TO ^^ TDI TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 t© 



Criminal Trials O'ontinued). 

J*ladc rrogecution, Note about, 31 j 1 1 d 

Slater, Thomas, and others, for Poaching, 

^M 10/ 
— — Smith, John, for Assault, 13/11 d 
James, and others, for Poaching, Assault, 

&c., 20/lOe 
Henry Merton, for Stealing. 20 m 11 h 



Smithers. George, for Burglary, 9 m 1 1 « 

Spires, Wni.. and others, for Attempted 

Murder, 27 »i lO e 
Stunt, Wm., and another, for Manslaughter, 

8tN 11 b 
— Sudburj'. Robert, for Burglary, 9 m 10 e 

Summershill, James, for Murder, 20 m H b 

Taylor, Wm., and others, for Murder, 14 m 



lie 

Thompson. Joseph, for Perjury, 22/11 e 

Thorpe, Henry, for Assaultmgand Wound- 
ing, 26 m 1 1 c 

Treadaway, Frederick, for Murder, 8/11 

c— 9/5e 

Usher, George, for Stealing, 6/11 c 

Valentine, George, and another, for Steal- 
ing. 10 mil d 

Vickery, Wm.. for Stealing, 22 fll 6 

Victor, TrevelH, for Forgery, 12 »i 12 « 

Vince, Thomas, for £mbexzlement, 10 w 

11 d 
Wslters, Maria, for Unlawful Possession, 

1 1 ./ 1 1 « 
Waring. Anne, for Stealing, 10 j 11 a 

Watts, John Francis, for Railway Act Of- 
fence, 12 w 11 c 

Wenigo, Mordan, for Attempted Murder, 

10/0/ 

White, Henry, for Murder, 15 m 11 rf 

Wiggett, Alfred, and another, for Stealing, 

13 » 11 c 

Wigley, John, for Stealing, 9/11 c 

Williams, Daniel, and others, for Wound- 
ing, 24./' 11 d 

Edward, for Manslaughter, 7 >« 1 1 r 

John, and another, for Attempted Fraud, 



11 d 



12/10/' 

— Wileon, Walter, for Stealing, 11 / 11 a 

— Winpley, John, for Stealing. « w 1 1 a 

— Witherington, Lawrence, for Wife Assault, 
17/ 12 a 

— Woman, for Assistance, 17 wi 12 o 

— W*ood. John, and another, for Stealing, 8 m 
10/ 

Wm.. and another, for Conspiracy, 16 y 

Wm. Fred., for Embezzlement, 6 /*!! c 
Woodmen, Six. Summonses for LeuTing 

their Employ. 17/12 a 

Young. James! for Murder, 17m 18 </ 

Co ke's Force, 12 w 4/ 

Cioom (E. F.) on the Hatcham Case, 16 j 6 b 

Cross (— ) on Prisons, 27/5 /* 

(R. A.) at Liverpool, 25/ 7 d 

Orossley (John) & Co. Limited. 2/76 

Crouch (Rev. W.) on the Hatchsm Case, 16/66 

Oowe ( J. A.^ on ihe Old Masters, 24> 10 d 

own Windfalls. 26 /G <•— 26 m 9 f 



-.!_ f T \ 



._ *U_ /^ /> , 



1/\ ( 



Cruelty to Animals. ]8 / 4 6 
Note about, 16 j 8 A 

to a Servant, lo/o/— 16/5 d—22 f'l e— 

2 TO 6« 

Crystal Palace, Accounts. 20^ 7 d 

Annual Exhibition of Caged Birds at, 19 /' 

4/ 

Good Friday at, 31 to 9/ 

Meeting at the Mansion House to Arrange 

a New Scheme for Carrying it on, 8/6 rf— i;j 

/lOd 

Meeting?, 17/ 11 f 

Notes about, 20 r 6 6—21 / 12 a— 22/ 7 a 

Pigeon Show at, 1 ly 4/ 

Proprietors* Meeting, 18 y 10 c 

Report of the Company, 14/" 10 d 

and Mr. Sawyer's Offer to Lease, 12/1 a 

Cuba, Miscellaneous News, 19/5 /— 21 m 5^ 

Pacification of Cinco Villas, I m 5 e 

Slavenr in, 16 m o d 

War News, 27 m6J 

Curfew Bell, Buckingham Still Uses it. 2 / 8 A 

Currie (Donald) Naval Stations and Telegraph«, 
6 m 4 e 

Curtin (Jeremiah) Political Assimilation, 3jli) i* 

Curtis (Kev. C. G.) on Armenians, 6j He 

Customs' Duties, 20 j 4 f 

Returns, 8^ 7 6—8/7 c 

Cyclone Wave in Bengal, 2^10 a — 8^ 5 f—^j '^ 
«— 6i 9/— 18 / 9 c— 12 m 5 o 

Cymmrodorion Society, Meeting of, at Free- 
mason's Tavern, 22 / 4 / 

D. 

Dahomy and France, 12 / 8 6 

Dairy Show, International, at Hamburg, 5 t„ 4 c 

Damaging Apologies, 15 / 5 c 

Dangers of Delay— the German Soldier and the 

French Bonds, 29 w 6 r 
Danube Passages and the Passes of the Belkar.!*. 

a Lecture by Col. Wood, 12/86 
Danubian Navigation C-ompany, 22 / 7 6 
Darbyshire (J.) Art in Hospitals, 8/12 c 
Dartmouth (Lord) at Stafford, 31 / 6 r 
Darwin (Charles^ Holly Berries, 11/7/ 
Testimonial to, on his Sixty-Ninth Birth- 
day, 22/11 f 
Davenport (W. B.) on Misgovernmont in Al- 
bania, 9 TO 10 c 
Davies (Emily) on Girton College. 19; ^ e 
Dawes (Wm.) on the Great Plover, 6/5 d 
Deaf and Dumb Alphabet — Magistrate at Guild- 
ford Examines a Prisoner and Discharges hiuk, 
iy6e— 9/lOc 

Association for the Oral Instruction of, 

Dinner in Aid of, the Prince of Wales Presid- 
ing, 14 TO 8 6 

Farrar, a Mute, Passes the Cambridge 

Examinations with Honours — First Instance 
of Such a Case, 7 m 1 1 e 

Sculptor — Joseph Gawen, 23 to 9 /* 

Deaths. Mysterious, of a Father and Two Sons 

at Walsingham, 187 11 d 
DEATHS: — In consequence of the Registrar- 
General having a complete Alphabetical List 
from 1837, of all Deaths in the British Domi- 

-.: -- -1 ^t -.11 -D-:*:.u o..u;„.-«. t-v-.s 



Afar. 30, 1^<77.] palxe&'s index to the " timks *' MKWt»i*AricR. 



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Baathi (continued), 

abroad, which can be inspected at any time at 
the Office in Somerset House, it is not deemed 
expedient to insert the Minimum Lists as ad- 
vertised in the Times. 

Antran, M.» the Poet, 1 mo c 

Bagehut, Walrer. 27 /« '.♦ /* 

Bahedoor. Sir Junjj. 'A m .> /"— 6 mS/ 

Bandon. Lt»id. ID /'y e— 20/5/ 

B r h, Lan»tj. the Geologist, I fS e 

BeJc^er. sir Edward. 19 w 6/— 20 m5y 

Rerwirk. I'r.'sident, 9 «f il / 

— iioiiH pnrte. Prince Antoine, 29 m 5 « 

Bouih, Matthew, the Last of the Cato St. 

Conspirators, 3 j 4/ 
Boston. Lord. 5 ; 12 A 

Brockhaus. Processor H., 11 ; 12 6 

Buloz, M., Editor of the ** Revue des Deux 

Mondes*' Funenil »f. ltf/6r— 24yiOc 

Bnrmah. Chief Qiu'en of. U / .*>/ 

CaropbeU, Sapt. Hugh, 13 / 8 6 

General Changarnier, 16 / 5 c 

Funeral of. 1 7 f5 6—19 fo d 

Anecdote of. 26 r* 10 A 



— Chisholm, Mrs. Caroline, the Emigrants* 
Friend, 26 w 6 ./— 28 wily 

— Chung-Sbih, Governor of Simngching, 8 j 



;» r 



Clarke, Charles Cowden, 19 tn 6/ 

— Clifford, Admiral Sir Augustus, 9 fh\d-^Vi 
/6 a 

'■ — Cobbett, John Morgan, 15 /"9 /* 

— Cobbold, Bev. Richard. 8 ; 12 ^r 

— Compiegne, Marquis de, 5 jm o ^ 

— Comte, Widow of Auguste, 29 ; 5 </ 

— Cunjrnghame. Sir Edward, 25 > 9 « 

— Coulthurst, Wra., 12/9/— 13/8 h 

— Crowe, Sir John Kice. BritiKli Consul in 
Norway, 16> 10 A-~2i.; 6</- 2i' / A c- 12y 8 b 

— Davis, Capt. John Edward, 3 / 8 n 
Dawson, George, Meeting at Birmingham 



to Perpetuate the Memory of, 6 / 10 c 

— Digby, Col. G. S., 80 m 4 a 

— Dundas. Sir David, 24 m 12 </— 31 m 6 6 

— Earle. Sir Hardroan, 27 / 9 « 
IVter, r.J j i» r— 5 /*9 / 

— ElliM>n. Jnneph. i> m \ o 

— Felix, Madame Sarah, \5j 5/ 

— Ferguson. Sir Wm., 12/6 a— -15 f9 f 
Funeral of. 16 /'9/*— 19 Z' 8 6 



— Fitzgerald, Field Marshal Sir John Foster, 
28 w 6./'— 29 m 9 /—dO w 4 6 

— Fordyce, Lt. (jren. Sir John, 7 m 8 6 

— Fortescue, Hon. G. M.. 29 ; 4 /* 
— . Gage, Lord, 22 ; 9/— 23> 6 / 

— Gayer, Dr* A. E., Q.C., 16 / 5 rf 

— Qlenny, John, 6 m I a 

— Guerren, Bp. of Langres, Suddenly, 21 m 
5 4 

— Heath. Henry, 27 m 1 * 

— Hall, Commander John. 27joe 
—• UamUtOD, Sir W., 15 / 6 <2 

— Harrington, Sir John Edward, 15/9 / 

— Henry, Capt. G. F., from an Accident, 24 
f 5 d 

— Hoare, Very Rev. Dean, 12/6/ 



Deaths {continu§d). 

Hook, Rev. James, 27^ 5 « 

Howe, Dowager C^ountess, 81 y 6/ 

— Hugo, Rev. Thomas, SJ I b 

Hyett. Wm. Henry, 18 m 10 / 

Ireland, Richard Davies, 17 m 5 a 

Jacoby, Dr. Johnson, 8 m 5/— 9 m 6 e 

Keene, John, for Forty Tears Governor of 

Horsemonger-lAse-Gaul. \0 f 5 « 

K*ung. Duke of, 27 /o r— 1 m G f 

Landells, Robert. 6 ; 9 A* 

Langford, Rev. John Thomas 27/ 1 a 

Lennox, Lord Geo. Chas. Gordon, 28 y 8 e 

Lindsey. Earl c.f, 24 m 12 / 

Lindo, Dr. Mark Prayer, 26 w 9/ 

Loftas, Lord George, 24 ; 5 « 

Mackay, Deputy Inspector General of Hos- 
pitals, 16 m 10 (/— 30 mSa&X 

M'Lean. Sir Donald, 6 m 11 a 

— Macnamara, Henry Tyrwhitt Jones, 8/ 9 ^ 

Marigiioli. Signora Enitkia, 9/5 c 

Mastai, Count Lingi, 10 / 5 c 

Merry, James. 5/6 e— 8/ 10 a 

Michell Dr., 80 m 4 r 

MiddlemUt, Rev. R., 17^9/ 

Milton. Lord, ITjof 

Mohr, Dr, 1 / 5 s 

— Monnier, Henri, the Novelist, &c., ojitd 

Montebello, Madame de, Funeral of, 7 m 

5e 

Moresby, Adm. Sir Fairfax, 24 i 5 c 

Nardi, Cardinal, 28 m 5 c 

Nicolay, Marquis de, 19 / 5 cf 

Northampton, Marquis of, 5 m 9 e 

Obituary for 1876. 1 j 8 c— 2 j^e 

O'Connell Charles, 28; 6/ 

Odger, George, 5 w 6 c 

Funeral of. 10 w 5/— 12 «i 9/— 18 m \2it 

Notes alK)»t. 7 /« 7 / 

Proposal to Itniso a Fund for the Widow,, 

15 m 10 6— 21 m 5./ 

— CEelie I. King of Arancania, S m 6 d 

O'Mi^oney, John, a Fenian Head-Centre^. 

8/5 e— 19/11 6—23/11 /i- 24/5 « 
Cardinal CuUen Kefu»es the Use of anv 

_ _ • 

Church for a Demo: titration at the Funerat 
of, 2»»/(>// 

Demonstration at Cork on the Burial of,, 



26/6 rf— 27/6 c 

Funeral of, 14/5 A— 7 wi 9/ 



Ongley, Lord, 23 ; 6 /-.25 ; 8 « 
Oxenford, John, 23/5^—26 / 4/ 
— Funeral of , 1 m 5 /* 

Meeting to lOrect a Monument to, 20 nr 



de 

— Page. Thomas. 20 / 10 A 

— Paludan-Miiller. Frederick. 5 i 8 A 

— Perceval, Miss, Daughter of the Morderett 
Statesman, 29 i 6 a 

— Petherick, Mr. John, Wife of the African 
Explorer, 27 ; 8 a 

— Ponsonby, Lady Emify, 5 fSe 

— Popoff, Rev. Basil, 21 m 10 c— 22 m 9/— 24 
m\2d 

— Powlett, Countess, 28 w 9/ 

— Prussia, Princess Omrles of, 19 j 6 d^22J 



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palmer's IMD£X to "THK times'* NRWSI'ArER. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Deaths (voniiwted), 

Rosas* Gen. Juan Manuel de, 15 m 5 / 

Rothschild, Baroness Majer de, 12 m 10 6 

Funeral of, U m 8 a— 17 m 7/ 

Roux, Eugene, 20mhd 

Rugg, John, 15 y 1 a 

Ryland, Arthur, 26 wi 10 a 

Salt, Sir Titus, 6 ;• 1 a 

Funeral of, 6; 9 /* 



— Senior, Mrs. Nassau, 29 m 5 / 

Smee, Alfred, 15 ; lO s 

Smith, Lady. 5/6 <— «/6 f 

Wm., the Print-dealer, 24 ; 7/ 



Sperling. Lieut. John, 28/6 a 
Spink, Gen. John, 27 m 6 a 
Suther, Dr. Peter, 26 m 10 a 
Sydney, Roman Catholic Abp. of, 19 m 6 6 
Svnd Noor Mahomed, 27 m 5/ 
Thorpe, Arthdn. Thos., 27fla 
Wni.. 29 ; 1 a 



Townshend, Dowager Marchioness, 81jf 6/ 

Tritton, Henry, of the firm of Barclay & 

Co., the Bankers, 47 7 c 

Unwin. Rev. Dr., 6/1 b 

Vanderbilt, Commodore, 5^5 c — 10 J 10 / 

—1976 a 

Waller, John T., the Norfolk Giant, 20 m 5 / 

Webster, Lt. Col. Joseph. 27 m 6 a 

Wesley, Lt. Gen. Sir^^amuel, 16i 6 e 

Wilke«. Admiral. 9/5 r^ 

Wurteiiiburg, Duke William Eugene of, 29 

joe 

Debenham and Freebody. on the Drapery Move- 
ment, 18 ; 7 6 

Storr and Sons, on Commissions, 8 ;" 11 / 

Deck Loading, SO m S c 

Declaration of Paris, Mr. Bamaby's Paper on, 
5j 8 d 

Decorative Art, from the Spectator, 13 m 4 / 

Deliberate Gourmet, 13/9/ 

Delniar (F. (>.) on the Great Eastern Railway, 
20 ; 7 a 

Dempsey (Dr.) Appeal for Turkish Soldiers, 15 

DtaniABK:— 

Assault on the King of, 28 m 10 d 

Brix, the Socialist, Found Guilty, 15/ 6 a 

Budget, 8 fb «— 2J m 5 «— 27 m 5/ 

Cattle Plague Regulations, 2/'6y— 12/"5« 

Grant to the Exhibitors for Paris, 17 m 7 « 

Pio and Gelefif, the Socialist Chiefs, Leave, 

26 »i 6 6— 29 m 6/ 

Poor Relief Recommended, 12/5 « 

~— Socialist Demonstration at Copenhagen, 9 

/6 c 
Dennistown (A.) on the Old Masters at Burling- 
ton House, 28/6 tf 
Deputations, 13 ; 7 rf— 23/8 «— 24/6 d 
Derby (Lord) on Austria and lleri^ovina, 28/ 
^b 

Letter to Dr. Kenealy, 26./ 10 h 

Dickinson (James^ Law's Delay. 16 7 12 c 
Didot (Firmin) Collection in Preparation for 

Sale, 16 »i 10 6— 17 m 12 a 
Dilke(Sir C.)on the Franco-Prussian War. 6 ; 6 /" 

Aildress to his Constituents, at Kensington, 

10i77 



Diplomatic News, 2 /" 5 e 

Eyes, 20 m 10/ 

Salaries, 19 m 10 e 

Disclaimers. 19 / 7 a— 23 j 11/— 1/ 11 <^— 7/5 
/— 13 m 8 6 

Deane and Chubb, not Bankrupts, 17j ^d 

Dis-establishment, Meeting at Leicester to Advo- 
cate, 24> 9 e 
Disinfectants, Cost of, 13/4 f 

Waste of, in Sewers, 1 fi/ 

Dissenting Deputies, Meeting at Memorial HsU, 

80/9/ 
Distillers' Company, Banquet, 29 m 7 e 
Distress in the East, Meetings to Relieve, 13 / S^ 
Dividends, Bankrupt, 3 j 8 c— 6 / 8 A— 10 / 8 6— 
13 / 6 tt— 17 > 8 6—20 / 8 6— 24 j 8 c— 27> K a 
—31 ; 8 6—3 fS 6—7/8 c— 10/8 6—14 fS k 
—17 /9 a— 21 fb f—2A: f% 6-28 f^ rf-3 m 
8 6—7 m 8 1/— 10 m 8 c— 14 m 7 /— 17 m 8 y— 
21 m 8 d— 24 m 13 «— 28 m 8 6--31 m 8 c 
Divorce Court, Parliamentary Return of Casea 

in, 23/7/* 
DIVOSOE OOUBT:— 

Amer w. Amer, 2 / 1 1 r 

^—- Anderson v. Anderson, 2/ II c 

Andrews r. Andrews and Turner, 14 m 1 1 a 

A^hb^ook v. Ashbrook and Baillie, 1 m 1 l^c 

Ash worth v, Outram. 14 m \0 d 

Baar w. Norris and others, 10/11 c 

Barr 1;. Barr and others. 10/11 r 

BaiTuw c, liui row and Parker, 24 / 11 a 

Batren t*. Batten and Elsmore, 6j 11 cf 

JIfsscx <•. Bcftsox and Wbiitington, 24 / 1 1 « 

Birks V. Birks, 13 im 12 a 

Bowman v. Bowman, 13m 12 a 

Cunieron v. Cameron and Pickering, If We 

Charlton v. Charltou, 26 »i 10/ 

Clarke 1;. Clarke, 3/ 11 rf 

Clayton i;. Clayton and Webster, 1 / 1 1 c 

Coker i*. Coker, 1 /* 1 1 c 

Cook r. Cook and Clarke, 14 /* 10 / 

and Richardson, 1/11 c 

Cooper u. Cooper, 13m 12 a 

Cossins 1;. Cossins and Foulger, 23/11 e 

Coventry v, Coventry and Riddeli, 6/ 1 1 c 

Crump V. Wadley and others, 12y 1 1 c 

Davis ». Delph and others, 14/11 e 

Dawe r. Da we, 14 m 11 u 

Dempsey v. Lawson, 22/10 e 

Dow V. Dow, 3 / 11 cf 

Duke V. Duke. 2 /* 11 c 

Earle v. Earle, 1/11 c 

Ecclestone v. Ecclestone and More, 1 / 1 1 c 

Emmett v, Emmett and Whitemarsh, 1 / 

\\c 
Evans v. Evans, 1 / 1 1 c 

Faulkner v. Key, 19 /'lO f 

Field V. Field and iloflfaU, 26 /ll b^2Bf 

11 a 

Firebrace v. Firebrace, 7/11 o- 34 y 11 « 

—22/ 10 e 
Ford V. Ford, Bacon and Dickinson, 13 m 

12 a 

Eraser r. Eraser, 14 m 11 a 

Gardener v. Gardener, 14 m 11 a 

Gardner v. Gardner. 2/ 11 c 

<JilK'-i»ic r. (Jillespie and Bell. 6 /ll r 



Mar. 31, 1877.J talmkr's inukx tw the " timks " NKw^srAPKR. 



Tta 



Divorce Court O^ontinued). 

Gladstone r. Gladstone, 6 m 1 1 A 

Grove v. Grove and Tirobrell, 18 m \2 a 

Hamley r. Uamley, 2 / 11 c 

Harrison v. Harrison, 6/11 c 

and Carter, 2/ 11 c 

Hinde v. Hinde, 18 tn 12 a 

Hooghton V. Houghton otherwise Norfolk, 

2/11 c 
-*— Howdl V. Howell and Gibbs, 2 flic 

Hunt V. Hunt and Shanks^ 26 m 11 6 

and Wright, 8 m 10 e 



Hyde v. Hyde. 5 f}\ «— 8 m 10 « 

KeUer v. Keller and Hughes, 22/10 d— 27 

/ll « 

Kemp r. Kemp, 8 /M 1 d 

Kennedy c. Kennedy and Hamilton, 26 f 

11 6 
• — Large v. Large and Lowe, 22 / 10 e— 23 f 

11 6—21 mile 

Lee r. Lee, 5/ 11 c 

Leete v. Leete^ 14 m 11 a 

Leithr. Letth, 2 /"ll c 

Le Sueur v. Le Sueur, 6 m 1 1 b — 1 2 m 1 1 a 

Lindsey r. Lindsey, 24 y 11 6 

Long^ey c. Longley, 18 iw 12 a 

Lucas V. Lucas and Wright, 18 m 12 a 

Lyons v. Lyons and Gwynne, 26 /" 11 b 

Bfiacknorton v. Macknorton, 14 m 1 1 a 

Magruder v. Magruder, 8/11 d 

Moi-gau 0. Morgan, 13 m 12 a 

— : — Norman w. Norman, 1 / 1 1 c 

- — Oakley and another v. GiUan, 24/ 1 1 a 

Outram v. Outram, 22 m 1 1 d 

-T — Ovens V, Ovens, 26 /* 11 6 

Oxiey V. Oxley and Colderbank, 6/11 c 

Pemberton r. Pemberton and Bramhall, 14 

m 11 a 

Radford v, Radford and Arnold, I /lib 

' Regan v. Regan, 18 m 12 a 

-" — Ridge V. Ridge and another, 8/ 11 a 

Roberts v. Marshall and Davidson, 19/ 11 « 

Robinson t*. Robinson, 14/11 e— S2 / 10 < 

— 8 m 10 a 

Robson V. Robson. 1 / 11 c 

V, Thompson, 19y' 10 e 

Smith p. Smith, 18 m 12 a— 14 m 11 a 

Smith and Ward, 26J U b 

Stoyel V. Stoyel and Hannay, 26/ 11 6 

Tonnesen v. Tonnesen, 19 /*10/ 

Tottomayor aiias De Barros r. De Barros, 

/ 11 6-28 /• 1 1 a— 19 m 11 a 

Vickers v, Vickers, 14 m 11 a 

WaUis 0. Wallis, 6 m 1 1 6 

Watts V. Watts and Godwin, 14 m 11 a 

Well V, Well and Bickford, I flic 

West «/. West, 13 m 12 a 

Wheeler v. Wheeler, 2/11 c 

Whittington r. Whittington, 1/11 6 

Wilde V, WUde, 18 m 12 a 

Wilshak V, Wilshak, 10/11 d 

Wilson V, Wilson, 14 m 11 a 

Wolf V. Wolf and Fisher, 14 m 1 1 « 

Woolcott V, Wouliolt, 2ril 

Woodfrty r. Woodfrey, 2/11 c 

Wythe» 0, Wythes and Hawkins, 



26 



14 



in 



Dixon (Jolm) on the Alexandria Obelisk, 15 /'6 

«•— I2w4rf 
DOCKS:— 

State of Shares in, see in ereiy day's paper 

BriHtol Channel, 27 / 10 e— 6 m 7 e 

East and West India, 16 j 7 d 

Hu\\,6 nd 

King's Lynn. 29 m 7 d 

Kingston-upon-HuU Company, SOJ 7 r 

London and St. Katharine's, 17 J 7 a — 31 

Mersey, 9 w 9 /* 

Board Elections, Sj 5 e 

MiUwall. 10 /^7 r— 15 fl «— 24/10 c 

Southampton, 26 j 6 e—H /*7 « 

Surix-y Commercial, *J m 6 /#— 8 m 6 /'— 12 

w 7 6 

Doctoring a Constitution — the United States 

Elections, 30 / 7 « 
Dod (Rev. C. W.) on the Thames Floods, 17 i 

10 c 
Dodson (J. G.) on the Eastern Question, %j lOd 
Dog Tax— Evasions of, 16/7 6 
Dogs, Mad, Notes on, 2j 10 c— 8 / 8 6—4 ; 10 / 

— 6/11 «— 9/3 c— 11 J 11 a 

Account of, 3 ;■ 3 c 

in Cardiff, 8^6 6 

Doing Good by Stealth, or Sending Bribes to the 

Poor's Box, 24 m 6 e 
Domeier & Co.. and Official Impunity. 26 m 10 c 
Domesday Books, the New, 3y 11 « — 13 / 4 d 
Donaldson (T. L.") on Commissions, 5 / 10 e 
Doulton 4 Co., on Picketting, 2/ 12 6 
Douglas (John M.) on Passenger and Goods 

Traffic, 6/ 6/ 

(R. K.) on a)lonel Gordon m China, 1/86 

on the Heir of Confucius, 1 w 6 / 

Doulton & Co., on the Strike of the Bricklayers 

and Terra Cotta Fixers, 13^ 12 c 
Dover School of Art, Distribution of Prises, 1 1 

Downing (McCarthy) on the Michaebtown 

Evictions, 27 m 11 / 

Street, Restoration of, 20 f 9/ 

Downtrodden in Charleston. 26 ; 8 a 
D*Oyley (J. h.) on the Spring Tides, 13/76 
Drama and the Clergy, 28/11 e 
Dramatic Authors* Copyright — Trial Bessimerid 

V. Henderson, 10 / 10 6—18 i 9/ 
Festival at Willis*s— Banquet to Alderman 

Cotton, 10 m 7 r 

Fund, Anniversanr Festival, 16/5/ 

Drapery Trade— the Wholesale Houses Refuse 

to Tender for Stocks in Competition with the 

Dual Trader, 10 / 6 a— 15 j 7 a— 16/ 7 6—18 

>7 6— 19j7 6 
Drax (J. S. W. S. Erie) on Ancient Monuments, 

20 m 8 c 
Dried Fruit, Stote of Trade in, 4 / 7 4—17 ; 7 c 

— 3/7«— 5i«7rf 
Droop (H. R) on Eocleaiastical Prosecutiona, 8 

/12 a— 16 f^c 
Drowsiness Not the Effwt of a Sermon, 26 / 3 s 
Drucu & Co.. on the Guano Contracts, 10 / 6 a 
Druids, Ancient Order of. Dinner at Oxford, 2 



Dm 



u 



♦ » 



PlLliBR S INDEX TiS ^* THE TIMC8 NKW8I*APBK. 



[Jto. 1 U 



Drunk or Dying—Case of Mrs. Francis, 29 / 9/ 
Drunkenness, Mr. Lowt and Mr. Chamberlain 

on.23y5/ 
Dubbing, Notes on, 27 J 12 c— 29^ 12 a 
Dublin School of Art, tee Irblihd 
Duchy of Cornwall 22/ 9/ 

of Lancaster, Financial Accounts, 22 f 7 b 

Dudley Gallery, 30 ; 3 /* 

Duel between Mr. Bennett of the New York 

Beraid and Mr. Fred. May, 10 J 6 e— 11 j H d 

— 22>6a 
between Herr Meyer and the Marquis de 

Compiegne, 9 m 5 «— 30 }m 8 a 
— ~ between the Marquis deLan and M. Qustave 

Parsire, 7/6 e 
between Count Narraskin and the Circassian 

Commander Cooynimski, 22 f5 b 
llireatened, between M. de Soubeyran and 

M. Pereiie, 31 ; 6 c— 3/6 d 
Dufferin (Lord) the Spectator on, 6 /'6 e 
Dufour & Co., on the bilk Trade of Lyons, 24 / 

10 e 
Duignan (W. H.) on tlie Law's DeUy, 26 ; 4/ 
Dumas (Alex., Fits) Leaves Paris to Take 

Possession of his Palace in Naples. 26 y 10 c 
Dummy Directors in Companies, 27/ 10 « 
Dunbar (Wm.) on Salmon Hatching, 30 m 4 e 
Duplex Telegraphy, 8 /'3 </ 
Durham University— Class List, 26/6 c 
Dutch Humourist — Death of Dr. Lindo. 26 #» 9/ 
Dyer (Bernard) on Coppered Peas, 25 i 6 /* 
Chymistry Applied to Engineering, 67 10 < 

E. 
Earliest London Bankers, Mr. Pri(^*s Paper on, 

13/7/ 
Earbwood Asylum— Pictures an Acquisition, 12 

f\Ob 
Earthquake in Sweden, 16 m 10 <f 
Easily Pleased, 14 m 6 e 
East African SUve Trade, 10/ 10 e 

(Gilbert) on the Thames Floods, 28/ 8 1/ 

End Spiritualist, 26 j 6./— 80 ; 6 « 

Eastern Question — M. Kossuth on, 13 7 4 «— 27 

j h a 

and Greece, 6/ 7/ 

Meeting about, 6 f^ a 

Notes about, 9 / 10 rf— 23> 8 6—2 / 6 a— 2 

y 10 c 
and Parliament — the Economitt on, 12/ lOe 

— Statistics of, 31 mb e 

the Duke oif Wellington's New Volume of 

Correspondence on, 12/9/ 
Eastlake (Chas. L.) on Commissions, 10 j 6/ 
Ebury (Lord) on the State of the Church, 9 7 10 </ 
Square Gardens Offered to the Public, but 

Kejected by Crovemment, 23 j 10 h 
Ecclesiastical Appointments, see Clbrical 

Assessors, IS j f 

Dilapidations Act, Note about, 27 m A J 

Prosecutions, 3/5 e— 4y 9 f—5j 4 /— 27 j 

6 /— 29 j 11 e— 30 ; 12 c- 6/4 a— 8/ 12 a— 

16/6 c— 22/6/ 
Eclipse of the Moon, 26/6 c 
Economic Life Assurance Society, 19 m 7/ 
Ecuador, Battle at Galte, 30 ; 6 r 



Edinburgh Orchestral Festival, 16/8 c 

Philosophical Institution, Thomai CaHjIe 

Elected President, 28 m 7/ 

University : — Appointments, $ m $d 

Derby Prize, 23 w 8 c 

Government Grant for the New BuUdiiig, 

2 m 10/ 

Dr. Lister, Address of Studeata Co, 23 /* 



8c 



)lOd 



Meeting to Better the Endowment of, 2# 



New Foundations, 20 ; 10 <l 



EDQOATION :— 

Birmingham League, 29 m 9 s 

-^— School Board and the Religious Question. 

\9jbJ-2SjU/ 

Carlisle School Board Election, S7 y 8 i 

Cost of, 16 w 9/ 

Certified Efficient Schools, 3 m 4 e 

Elections to School Boards, Non Payment 

of CUims by Candidates, 29ml0d 

Evening Training Classes for Teaehen, 1 1 



— German Governesses, 26/ 4 e 

— London School Board, Budget, SIJ 7 ¥" 
Banquet at Bridge House Hotel, to Cele- 



brate the Election of Miss Helen Taylor, 22 / 
6e 

Cookery for Girls, 1 / 10 6—3/4/ 

Instruction, 26/4 e 

Corporal Punishments, 16 /*6/ 

Financial Stetement, 26/ 4 «— 1/10 b 

Herold's Schoob, Bennondsey, %mlf 

Letter from the Prince of Wales for Aid 



in the Paris Exhibition for Educational Ap- 
pliances, 8 m 7 /* 

Meetings. 11/ 12 a— 18/ 12 c— 26/ 4 e— 

20/4 /•— 22/8 d—\m 7/— 22 m 8 6 

l^ew Code on Needlework, 22 m 8 i 

Schools. 16/* 6^/ 



- Proposed Punishment School f or Tmantf^ 



19/ 7 b 

Salaries of Teachers, 8/ 10 c 

Truant Children, 18 ; 12 c 

Visitors. 22 mSb 



TT* J_l. 



..». •_ 



Liverpool Board, Distribution of Prtaes, 

20 ; 10 d 
Middle Class Education, Corporation of. 

Annual Meeting, 17 m 12 e 
Note on Children in Employment at the 

Passing of the Act, 3/ 4 a 

Official Circular on School Boards, \*i \\ d 

Privy Council Orders on, 10/ 8 6—17/ 8 a 

—27/ 8 a— 3/8 b— 17/9 a— 3 m 8 a— 17 m « 

/-2lm8c 

Pupil Teachers, 9 w 10 c 

School Board ElecUons, 9/11 </— 11 ; 12 6 

— 12 ; 10 /— 19 ; 3 d-22/ 6 /*- 24i 5 6—26 / 

9«— 80/6 b 

for Penge. 26 ; 4 e 

Board English— from TraM, 16 m 8 r 

Srelling and the School Boards, 2 ; 4/— 

26/ 4 e— 1 / H» /•— 8 m 7/— 16 m 8 c 
Technical, 5/ 10 t— 23/10 /—I m 7 e— 12 

w 11 f 
Theory and Practice. 19 m 4 c— 27 m 4/ 



Mar. 31, 1877.} falmer's index to *' the times'' nkw.si»apkh. 



£qu 



l-Mucatlonii] Keformen, hfkf 

— - T«x, 19 w 10 « 

Kdwardv (Mif9 Amelia) on the Monument of 

thePharoahfl. 15 /'6 c 
the Nile andf its Monuments, 67 6 / 

— I Samuel) on Open| Spaces in London, 27 / 
— 6e 

(Thomas) the Scotch Naturalist, Grant of 



a Pension to, 1 1 i 6 6 

Notes about, 25 ; 8 c 

Presentation to, at Aberdeen, 22 m 5 e 



andvAyssmia, 81 ; 10 6—10 / 8 b— 27 f 5 

r— 9 m 4 </~ld m 8 a— 28 m 10 </— 29 m 4 / 

Appointments. 8,; 6 6 

Amst ol Bifajor Barlow, 18 m 8 a 

Major fiaring Accepts Office in, 15/66 

Daira Affairs and Mr. Sanders, 16jr 8 6<— 

24/6 </— 16»4<f— 5 m 6 / 
— - Diplomatic News, 8/6 e 

Endeavour tQ Suppress the ShiTe Trade in, 



5/5/ 

— Egj-ptian Pinance, 1/6 / 

— Financial Affairs, 26^ 8 a— 5/5/— 6y 5 c 
—10/8 e— 3 M 5 c— 10 »i 5 e— 18 m 5 <— 26 m 

— Export Returns, 16/76 
Cot Gordon fai, 16 / 5 rf- 17 / 5 c— 21/ 



10/ 

Harem of the Khedire, 8^ 7 f 

the Khedive and his Creditors, 26y 11 a— 

I2iji4a 

New Administration of, 10 / 4 </ 

Note on the Debt of, 27/4 « 

Obelisk for England, 26^ 3 6 

Receptioil of the New Turkish Constitu- 
tion, 8 9 8 6—26 /8a 

Reform, Notes about, 9 / 9y 

SUvery in, 9/9 y^-6/11 a— 16 /*8 6—27 

fhA 
ELEOnOHS:— 

Boston, 17 m 12 <f 

Dublin University, 14 /*5 c 

Evesham, 10/ • / 

Glocester, 21 m 5 s 

Halifax, 81 jf 8 c— 8 /"g e-6/6 rf-9/ 11a 

—10/6 /•-12 /e c— 18/ 8 6—14/5 6-17 / 

5«— 21/6/— 22y5« 
Launceston, 24 /'9 /— 26/6/— 1 m 9/— 5 

J1186 

Merthyr, 20/ 8 c— 20 w 4 c 

Newcastle-under-Lyme, 80 j 9 e — 8*m 8 a — 

16 M 9/ 
Oldham, 17/5 «— 20/8 c— 2iy 5/— 26 / 

6/— 2 mht 
Oxford, 15 m 11/ 

— Portarlington, 5 m 8 6 

— Portsmouth, 22 si 5 e 
Sligo, 5 1 10 s-18 1* 5/ 

Sketch of the New Member, 15> 6 6 

Southwark, 81 m 7 e 

Stoke-upon-Trent, 6/6 d 

Truro, 22/66 

Coun^ Of Waterford, 5i 10 d—Xhj 6 

22 ; 6 6— 23> 5 d- 26 j 10 <i 
Note about, 25 1 10 a -27 / 5 4 



£ lections ( con t in *teil) . 

VVilion, 7 / ,') /— 8/'(Je— 12/C(--17/'5 « 

— III / « .-20 /'H r— 21 /or— 21 /'lO/' 

Notes Hboiit, 22 t i\ /'— 2o/ 5 cf— 26/G c 

Election Expenses, 27 / 4 / 

Elementary Needltrwork, Note on, 30 m 4 c 

Elliot (Sir H.) Correspondence with Mr. Glad- 
stone on the War, 2 m 10 6 

(K. H.) on Indian Planters and Civilians, 

26 ; y e 

Ellis & Co. on the LawsDehiy, 26 > 4 f 

Eley Bros. (Limited), 1 / 7 d^^/le 

Ely Chapil, Holborn, Restoration, 2/4 rt 

Emblematic Tombs. 15> 6 c— 20/ 8 a 

Emigration from Bremen, 15/5 c 

from New York to New South Wales, 19 /* 

7/ 
to New Zealand, 16^5 <f— 27 7 6y— 80 j 

7 b 

of Pauper Children, 22 f\ f 

to QueensUind, 20 J 5 /— 1*7 ml f 

to South Australia, 31 / 5 e 

to Sydney, 31 m 6/ 

Emigration and Immigration, 12 m 4 6 
Emanuel (Lewis) Jews in Kouinania, 27j6h 
Emly (Lord) Address to, by his Late Constitu- 
ents, Sj 6 b 
Emma Mining Company, 19 m 7 a 

Silver Mining Company, 20/ 6 c 

Empress Eugenie and the Prince Imperial at 

Rome, 6^5 d 
the Prince Associates Himself with King 

Emmanuel, 6^5 d— 15 j* 12 6 
Cool Reception of, by the Pope, 6 J 5 d 

—15/12 6 

see also CouBT Circular 

England and Russia, 29y 6 6 

and the Slave Question, 7/4/— 6/5 f 

English in China, 2 / 6 a 

Church Union, Annual Commemoration, 31 

yiO c 

Meeting, 28/6/ 

S. H. Northcote not the Northcote Pre- 



sent 



, l/9e 
. Mr. St 



5e 



Stafford C. Northcote Present, 8 / 

Dr. Pusey's Letter to, 16/8 a 

Return of Members, 6/ iO d 

see also St, Jambs's, Hatcham 

Charities Abroad, 1 w 10/ 

Doctors Abroad,13> 11 <f— 27/ 8 c 

Episcopalians iu Scotland, 20/5/ 

— Invalids and. Physicians, 3 / 10 6— 27^' 8 c 

Novels, Lecture on, 6 j 4 a— 13^ 7/ 

Nursery Tales, Lecture on, 674a 

Silkworms, Lecture on, 26 J 3 e 

and Australian Cotton Company, 15 / 7 « 

and Foreign Credit Company, 20 j 7 a — 81 

;7« 

and Russian Delegates at Athens, 13/8 if 

and Scottish Law Life Assurance Associa- 
tion, 1 m 10 a 
Entomology and Agriculture, IvsA d 
Episcopate. Proposed Increase of, 17/10/ 
Epping Forest I< und Committee, Meeting of, at 
Shoreditch Town Hall, 2 f\2a 



Err 



l»AI.MKK*i* INI»K.\ TO "THE TIMKh " MCWSfAPHl. 



[Jam. ItD 



Krz<n»um. Attempt to Fire and Pillaj^u by Turk- 
ish >«il ierb, 13 / 6 
- — iiitU' to. U> / II h 
LscHiHj in>iu Noitiiigliuni County Gaol of Four 

PiUoners, 7,/'i> / 
from a Criminal Limatic Asylum, 10 /*11 </ 

-12/7/ 

from THunton Gai>l, 10/5/- 13/8 h 

Esher, ilio Ornament«l Pump Fresenieii by the 

Queen to. to be Exchanged for a Dnnking 

Fountain, I ; 6 /' 
K8Mex Agriculiural Societies, Annual Meeting, 

16/ G 6 
Estate Kxchanifj Hegister. '> / 7 b—Vlj 7 6— 20 
^ 7 A-.a / 7 .1 — 10 / 7 6— iJ /' 7 ^—19 / 7 a — 

20 / 7 6—5 m 7 6— 12 w 7 a— 19 m 7 6—26 

m 7 6 
ESTATES IN LIQUIDATION:— 
Ablett. Fred. John, of Addle Street, SO j 

\Sd 
Adams, Joseph, junr., of Lower Shadwell, 

U M 12 c 
Anger, Arthur, of Boiolph Lane, Eastcheap, 

28/l3tf 
Argue, Robert, of New Wimbledon. lOj 13 

/•— 27>13/ 
Bamber, Chat. Henry, of Brood Street, 

Portstnouth, 9/13 r/ 

Bee, W. M., of Walthamstow, 1 /" 13 e 

Bell and Barring, of Cnitcbed Friars, 9 J 

13e— 11 ;18« 
Bentley, William, of Stockton-on-Tees, 10 

; 13 / 

BeTeridge, Richard, of Maidstone, 1/13 e 

Blandy. Alfred Addison, of Gloster Place, 

Hyde Park, 9 /13 c/ 
Brahe and Missen, of Birmingham, 10 j 

18/ 

Burry Port Smelting Company, 26 m 7 6 

CHmpbell, Dagald John Philp, of Best- 

^ borough Street, 1 tn 13 « 

Carlisle, WUson, of Southwark Street, 2SJ 

18</— 2/-13 /• 
Cook, John W. of Thayer Street, Man- 
chester Square, 6i 13 < 
Corbett, John, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 9 

/\Sd 
Crowe, Alex, and Robert, of St. Helen's 

Place, City, 2/13/ 

Darling, Robert, of Brighton, 2/18/ 

Denne, Wm., of Sandwich, 29 m 14 c 

Diaper & Co.. of Tunbridge Well*, 16 m 18/ 

Fisher and Hodges, of Charterhouse Build- 
ings. 24 w 15 </— 30 mile 
Fitzgerald, J. F. Vesey, of St. George*s 

Road, PimUco, 16 m 13/ 
Foster, Gains, of St. JamM Rice Mill, 

Bermondsey, 27 / 13 4 
Gingold and Hirschfiield, of St. Mary Axe, 

16 m 13/ 
Goodwin, Richard Thomas, of Addle Street, 

E. C, 6 m 14 a 
Goold, John, of Church Street, Liverpool, 

28/18« 
Greenlees, Robert and Archibald, of Angel 

Court, E. Cm 6 m 14 a 



Estates in liquidation (conttnued). 

H art ley. John. & Co.. of Leedn, 80 jlS rf 

H.-iwkin.^, Thomas, of Speenhamland, 8 m 

if 

Haworth. Edw . of Sloane Street, 2 ; 13/ 

Uentchel and Brooks, of liOndon Fieid«, 29 

m 14 c 

Hird. Wm.. of Fore Street, 8 ; 14 c 

Hooper, Chas. Rogers, of Regent Street, 8 

; I4c 

Jackson, Samuel, of Llandudno, TO m 11 ft 

Jones, David Owen, of Brunswick Road« 

Liverpool, 10; 13 /* 
Keeler, Thomas, of New Cross Road, 10 j 

13/ 
Kempsell, Willinm Henry, of Brixton, 10/ 

13./ 
Laxarus, Bros., of Charterhouse Street, 

City, 2 /• 13 /• 
Leech, Aug. Fred., of Grange Road, Stoke 

Newington. 29 m 14 o 
Geo. Edw., of Downes Park Road, E:, 29 

m 14 c 

& Co., of Queen Victoria Street, E. C, 



29 m 14 c 
Love, John, of Kingston-on-Thames, 10 m 

13 e 
Lund, Laurenius Andrew Waldemai, of 

c:handos Street, Strand, 20./ 13/ 
Markey, Philip, of Westminster Bridge 

Road. 29> 12 c 
Marley, Albert, of Bloomsbury Square, 29 

i 12 c 
Marsh, Mary Ann,of Kingston-on-HulL 13 

m 14/' 

Merry and Son. of Whitechapel. 27 i 13/ 

Morris, Thomas, of Richmond, 20/ 13/ 

Munson, Roswell Carter, of Denmark St., 

23 } 13 </ 
— — Nodskou, Alfred, of Comwell Place, W^ 

29 m 14 c 

Parker, Alfred, of Tooley Street, 5 j 18 « 

Phillips and Hart, of Church Street, Liver- 
pool, 8/l«J A 
Potter, Thomas Sydney, of Bishopsgate 

Street, S flS b 
Rainbow and Holberton, of St. Helen's 

Place, E. C, 2 / 13/— 9/13 d 

Read, Henry, of Leather Lane, 10 j 18/ 

Rhodes, Henry, of the Oval, Brixton, 29 j 

12 r 
Richardson, Henry Ferdinand, of Fenchurch 

Street, 7 f\S f 
Shepherd, Charles Henry, of Newc*stlo-on 

Tyne. 2/13/ 
Shilcock, J#hn Arthur, of Wandsworth, 2 

/18A 
Stagg, Robert, of Denmark HUl lOj\Z f 

—2 r 13/ 
Snow, Taylor and Sherwell, of Bristol, 5 f 

76 
Solomon, Joseph, of South Audley Street, 

10 m 13 a 
Stapley, Edw. Maitland and George, of 

Old Jewry, 27 m 13 ff 
Vivanti, AnK'lmo, of St. Mary Axe, 10>U 

<• oi <• ft .J 



Miir. 31, 1877.] pujoek's iki>ex to ** thb times ** NEWSPAPEtt, 



Fr 



£stat68 in liqiddation (continued), 

Waters, (ieor;?e, St. Paul's Road, Mile 

End New Town, 26/ 14 d 

Weathfcrley, Susan, of Park Street, Gros- 

yenor Square, 4 j 13 e — 3 /" 14 6 

Webb, Thomas, of Harobed House, Craven 

Park, Stamford HiU, 9/ 13d 

Eton College, Closed for the Vacaion, SO m 8 « 

Opening of the School Postponed from the 

Flood, 15 i 6 6 

Evangcdical Alliance, Proposal to Meet at Ox- 
ford, 22 ; 7 / 

Eversley Rectory Garden, 5/6 & 

Exchanges, Course of, ta every day* $ paper 

Exchequer Bills, Notice, 14/ 10 c 

Execution of John Callaghan Respited, 1 ;' 10/ 

of Wm. Clarke, for Murder, 27 m 1 1/ 

of Michael M*Connan, foi]Murder, Res^iied, 

27 J 11 « 

of John M*Kenna, for Murder. 28 m 9/ 

of Isaac Marks, for Murder, at Horsemon- 



ger Lane Gaol, 3 ; 9 /' 

of the Murderer of Lt. Harris in India, 9 ; 



4 a 



of Henry and F. G. Tedburyi for Murder, 

24/8 4-26/ 9 /-IS TO 9/ 
of F. Treadaway, for Murder, Respited, 10 

/10 c— 26/9 « 

of Jnmes Young, Reprieved, 29 m 11 / 

Exeter (Bp.) Letter to Mr. Wise, 20 j 10 h 
Export and Import Returns, 20 j 7 f 
Extraordinary Escape of a Young Child. 19i 12 </ 
Extradition Treaty beiweeL hpu.u and the United 

" Sutes of Amenca, ^ f1 f 

F. 
Failures in the United States and Canada, Dan*t 

Statistics, 31 j 7 a 
Fair Island, 13 J 12 c— 18 / 9/ 
Falkland Memorial at Newbury, \j bf-^\Oj 10 

c— 15> 10 c 
Fall of Trees at Isleworth, 17 m 8 c 
Fans, Japanese, 7/46 

Fardell (T. G.) on the Egyptian Debt, 16/11 6 
Farrell (J. S.) Attack on a Vice-Consul, 19/9 f 
Fashionable Kemetlies, 27 » 4/ 
Favorite Horse— Action about, 17/5 d 
Fawcett (Henry) on the Wilton Election, 23 /5d 
(Professor) Address to his Constituents, 10 

j7e 
Felstead School 22 / 9/ 
Fenian Funeral, 6 w 9/ 
Fergusson (James) on Underground Jerusalem, 

16 M 4 (/ 

(Sir Wm) Health of, 8/9 e 

Fernie (^John) on Machine Made Watches, 11 j 

4e 
Fighting Power of Merchant Ships, Paper on, 

Read before the Institute of Naval Architects, 

24 m 13 / 
Fiji, Account of, B j^f 
Sir Arthur Gordon on the Prospects of the 

Colony, 14/4/- 

MiscelUneoui News, 16^ dJ^-H/Af 

TINE ARTS:— 

Aeiline Colours in, 4 j 1 1 </ 



* ..« T 



Fine Arts (cvntinued), 

Art Sales, 20 f 4 e— 27 / ^ d—20 m 4 d—B « 

10 h 

Decorative Art, from the Sjttctator, 13 m 4/ 

Due d'Aumales Exhibition of Paintings at 

Paris, 14 / 12 /» 

Dudley Gallery, 30 ; 3 /" 

Dulwich Picture Gallerr. SO ; « /* 

Exhibition of Alfred Vickers's Works in 

the Haymarket, 29 j 6 /' 
of Continental Pictures at the French 



Gallery, Pail MaU, 27 w 4 d 

Grosvenor Gallery, 12 w 4 c — 27 iw 6/ 

Napier *8 Collection Catalogued by Mr. J. C. 

Robinson. 20/4 e 

Old Masters at Burlington House, 28/6 • 

at the Royal Academy, Exhibition of, I 

; 6 a— 2 i 6 e— 9j 3 a— ll> 4 6—16; 4 «— 17i 

4 a— 18 i 4y— 19 i 8 c— 24^ 10 d 

Price Sale List of Modem Pictures, 6/ 12 a 

of Mr. Bohn's Collection of Old Sevres, 



&c., 20 m 4 rf— 26 m 6/ 

of Mr. Henry Cooke's Decorative Objects, 



20/4/* 

of Mr. Albert Grant's Collection of Mo- 



dern Pictures, 20/4 e 

of Mr. Stone Ellis's Collection of Draw- 



ings, &c., 12 m 6 e 

of Sir W. H. Fielden's CoUection of Pic- 



tures. 5 m 10 6 

of the Doc de Ferii's Dresden Cbin^^ 



&c., 5 iM 10 6 
of a Collection of Engravings of the late Dr. 

Ingle, 27/' 4 e 
of ihe Earl of Limerick's PoLtery and 

Porcelain, 20 in 4 d 

of Comte Octav^ de Behague's Collection 



of Engravings, 23.; 4/ 

of Oriental Objects Removed from Gaunt's 



House, Dorset, 20 m 4 d 

of a Fine Collection of Oriental Porcelain, 



27/ 4 d 

of the Pictures of Mr. Poole, the Great 



Tailor, 27/4 rf 

of Mr. Redgrave's Collection of Pictures, 



27 m 4/ 
Rembrandt Exhibition at tite Burlington 

Fine Arts Club, 5 m 7 b 

Rfynolds and Ghinsborough, 5 m 4 c 

Sale of the Duke of Berwick and Alva's 

Tapestries, &c.. Announced. 1 2 m 6 (/ 
Wm. Smith's Bequest of Paintings, &c., to 

the South Kensington Museum, 16 »i 4 e 
Scene at Versailles— a Gigantic Painting 

Presented to the Emperor of Germany on his 

Birthday, 31 m 8 a 
Dr. Sibson's Collection of Wedgwood Ware, 

20/4 •—12 m 6c 
Water Colour Work, Old and New, Exhi- 
bition. 14 /4e 
Fire Grates, Notes about, 25^ 6 c— 30 ; 7 J—Z / 

— -- Telegraphs, Smb/ 
FIRES :— 

1;9/— 27 10c— 5y7«— 6 7 11 d-^ j 9 f 

_9 j 6/— 10 J 8 0—11 j 5 d— 12 ; 9 /— lo /'tf 



rir 



PALMERS INDEX TO "THE TIMES NEWSPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Jires (^f'onttnved), 

« c/— 23 j 7 d-2\ j 12 ft— 25 / 8 /i— 26 ; 6 rf— 
29y 6 «— 31 / 10 6—1 / 7/— 2 fii c-8 / 7 in- 
r» /• 6 y_6 /* 8 /i— 8 /9 /— 9 / 9 e— lO/o c/— 

12 f^ f—VA f 11 /*— 14* A 5 c- 15 /•9 /•— 16 /* 
lOrf— 17/*»c— 19/7 /'—20 / ll/.2iy 10 a 
—23 / 5 c— 20/ 10 /•— 28 f^ a— 2 w 6 /— 5 m 
5 /— 6 m 8 c— V w 12 a— 8 w 8 «/— 10 m 8 a— 

13 w 8 6—14 m 8 rf— 15 m 6/— 17 m 12 6—19 
Ml 10 c— 20 m 10 e -21 m 6 6—22 m 10 «— 24 m 
7 /•— 26 w 9 /— 27 m 9 /—28 m 11 J— 29 ml t 
—80 m If ' 

— at Anderson's, Mark Lane, Citv, 2ojBa 

at Antwerp, a Large Rice MiU Destroyed 

in, 15^6 a 

at Ashford, in Kent, Five Livei Lost, 12 

m 6 a 

in Barbican, Beech Street, Three Houses, 

5/6/ 

at Bennett*s Factor/, BeWedere Roai, Lam- 
beth, 1/7/ 

at Bermondsey, Berington and Sons, Tan- 



ners, 1 ;■ 9 / 

Brindsley's Steam Works, 26 m 9 / 



— ia Berwick St., Soho, at Jones's Oil Shop, 
12/0/' 

in Bradford, at Teales' Grease Factory, 19 



— at Bromley. Malt Warehouses of Messrs. 
Walm^ley, I./ 9/ 

at Mr. Bryant's Toy Factory, Cripplegate, 



31 y 10 6 
at Burdett Road Congregational Church, 1 

at Burnley, at the Aqueduct Saw Mills, 2 

W5/ 

in Buttesland Street, Hoxton, 6 m 8 c 

at Campden Hill Road, Kensington, \j 5 d 

in Curtain Road, 10/6 d 

Christ Church, near Newport, Partially 

Destroyed, 13/11/ 

at Christiania, the (jhief Theatre of. Des- 
troyed, xaj h d 

in the City Road, at Sinclair, Auctioneers, 

24H2 6 

in Clarence Road, Seven Sisters Road, 31 ; 

10 6 

at Claydon's Oil Refinery, Hackney Wick, 

25 ; 8 a 

at Clifden Road, Lower Clapton, 15 m 6/ 

in Covent Garden, at Jacob's, 24 m 7/ 



at the Crampton Spmning Mill, near Old- 
ham. rSil d 

at Croydon, Mr. Gibbs, Oilman, 26 / 10 / 

in Drury Lane, at Martin's Rag Warehouse. 

21/7/ 

in Euston Road, at Squire's Pianoforte 



Factory, 24/9 / 

— in Fleet Street, at Narburgh's Publishing 
Warehouse, 28 m M d 

— in Glasgow, at Cook Street Weaving Com- 
pany's Mills. 22 ; 6 d 

at No Man's Land, 26/ 10/ 

— in Goswell Road, at Mincher*s Button 



Makers, 20 ; 6 / 
— in Great Sutton Street, from an Explosion 



Af n»m irt 



Fires Ccontinved). 

in Hackney, at BHsley's, Draper, Well* St, 

26 / 10 / 

in Hackney Road, 28 /C a 

in Hampstead Road, at Walton, Hasaeli aitd 

Ports, 8 ; 9 / 
in Harrow. High Street, 20 wi 10 <~2:* •« 

10 e 
in Holboru, at Carter's Seed Warehouse, 

18j6 6 
House of Correction, Coldbatb Fields, 26 m 

9/— 28 m 11 d 

at Irun Railway Station, 87 10/ 

Junior Naval and MiUtair Club, 26 m 9/ 

at Kensington Gate, Mr. Trower's, 15i 6 </ 

in Kingsland Road* at Osbom't Shap«r 

Maker, 6 J 11 d 

in Leicester, at Brown the Builden, 81 « 9 e 

in Leicester St., Leiceiter Square, 5 m 5 / 

at Logos. One Third of the Town Destroyed, 

18m 5 e 
in Lombard Street, at Bamett'e Bankin<; 

House, 12/6/ 

in Lower Sloane Street, 14 m 8 </ 

in Ludgate Hill, at Chamber's Auctioo 

Rooms, 2 f &r. 
in Mark Lane, at HubineCa Wine Store», 

28/ 5 e 
at Milton-next-Sittingboum^ the Church 

at, 10/5 </ 
at Montreal, a Conrent Destroyed and 

Thirteen Victims KiUed,6i 11 d 
New Church Court, Strand, Twa Children 

Burnt to Death, 12 /'6/— 18 f li f 
in New York, Bond Street Destroyed, 8 m 

5/ 
in Newgate Sessions House, 27/ 12 «-*2 /** 

5/* 
at New land Mills, near Bradford, 25/ ft o 

at Notting Hill, Mr. Levy's Ironmonger. *.'..' 

jOd 

at Notting Hill Terrace, 17/5 e 

at Oldham, Primrose Bank Mills, 20 m 10 e 

at Poplar, High Street, IJ9 f 

in Preston, at Bolton's, Drysalters, Back 

Lane, 16 /* 10 <f 

Foot's Carriage Works, 12 m 6 a 

in Queen Street, Cheapside, 22 j 6 rf 

in Regent Street, at Lee's Toy Factory, *Jr» 

/6<i— 30j6y 

in Romford Market Place, 20 m 10 e 

at Ry land's MiU, Gorton, 2/6 c 

at St. John's, New Brunswick, Fire Lives 

Lost, 12 7n 5 f 
St. OsweU, Church of, Almost Entirely 

Destroyed, 14/5 c 

at Stanley Street, Pimlico, from an Ex- 



plosion of Gas, 2 ; 10 c 

— at Stoke Newington, High Street, 29 m7 e 

— at Stourport, Thompson's Vin^ar Works. 
6m8c 

— in the Strand, at Twining'sTea Warehouse, 
20^6/ 

at Mr. Garratt's, 16/9 /* 

— in Thames Street, at Hutchinson and 
Batchellor's Iron Foundry Warehouse, 16 / 14» 



Mar. 31, 18 1 /.J f^xMSR's oidex to ^ the timss" newspaper. 



rra 



PueB (ronttnuedj, 

in Theatres, Notf about, 23 /*4y 

in Tokio, 8,000 Houses Destroyed, 19 ; 12 e 

in Tottenham Court Road, at Osbome^s 

Blading Shop. 22 / 10 a 

at Tralee. Ri?inffton*s Drapery Store Des- 
troyed. 10/5 </ 

in Union l*Ucc. Do^toii. 2; m 9/ 

Koad, HiH'ieiliilhe. 'Ji m ti b 

in Valpuraiifc. I / 10 e 

at Van, i^- Work of Incendiaries. 2/8 a 

in AVand> worth Bead, at Lent's Billiard 



Maker, '!)?> f u a 

in WrUKi:k Street, Two Houses, 22 / 10 a 

in Willing, Kent, 14 /*S c 

in West Street. South Hackney, 8 m I </ 

in Whitecross Street, St. Luke's, atConyer's 

Oil and Colour Store, 1 m 12 a 
at Whittiugham Lunatic Asylum, near 

l*reston,9/9e 
in Wigraore Street, at Lazonby's Wine 

Warehouse, 19/7/ 
at Williamson's India 



Rubber Factory, 
Pcckham, 10 »i H <i 

near Wrexham, Narrow Escape of Gresford 



iliurch, 30y5/ 
at Zom 4 do.. Publishers, Garrick Street, 

31>10* 
Fires, Capt Shaw's Annual Report, \%j 7 6 

of the London Salrage Corps, 9 /'9 « 

Report of, in Twenty-Four Hours, 19 i 

10/ 

in Theatres, Professor Pepper on, 16i 6 /* 

i«'ireworks, Messrs. Brock Apply for Permission 
. to huve a Factory at South Norwood, 5 m 11 

</— 12 m 10 6 
Firms, Changes in, 1 ^ 7 c — 8 ; 7 c— 9 i 7 A— 6 / 

7 6—9/11 c— 16/11 a-^ m 10 «--5 m 7 A— 

12 » 7 6— 27 « 10 6-28 ifi 10 6-20 ml h 
CkMing for the Holydays, 27 m 10 6—28 m 



10 6 



Removals, 24 m 13 6—27 m 10 6—28 m 10 6 

Fisher (G.) Statistics of Loss in War. 1 j « e 
Fiaher-Trenenfeld (R. Von) on Fire Telegraphs, 

%mhf 
Fis h Cul ture, Artificial, 9 / 8 r 
FISHERIES:— 

Cornish Mackerel, 27 i« 5/ 

Herring, 27 i 4./ 

Pilchard at St. Ives, 30y 10 a 

Salmon, 6 / 9 «— 13 /*& 6 

Tweed Salmon, 26/11/ 

Wye Salmon, Inquiry into, 16 i 12 e 

Fishmongers' Company, Seizure of Dipeascd 

Fiahby, 9 f\\ a 

at Billingsgate, 7 m 12 o 

Fitzgerald (Sir Seymour) Health of, 15 /"S </— 

21 / 10 f 
Fleming (George) the Cattle Plague in the Last 

Century the Same as Now, 24 m 12 /* 

on the Cattle Plague, 5 m 4 /* 

(ReT. James) on the Hatcham Case, 25 j 8 

*— 27/5/— 30yil e 
Flint (A. M.) an Accident Averted by the 

CommunicatioQ with the Guard, 14/10 6 
FkMUmg Powder Barrels, 22/6 s— 24 /* 4/— 3 

>^ 19 M « 1A A ftl «• « 



Floods, Note on, 30 m 10 a 
— - Deputation to GoreruRient for a Commis- 
sion to Inquire into, 28/10 e — 1 m 8 e 
theF*eWon. 29j6<i 

— the Lancet on, 12 j 6 e 

in Irelar»d, 1 ./ 1 1 a 

in London, see Thames 

in Madrid, I7 11 rf— 5 ; 9/ 

— in the Provinct^s, 1/11 c — 87 II d—ij 6 c 
— Sy 6 £—6 / 10 c— 87 10 6—9 / 10 b—lOJ 10 
6— 11 J 10 «— 12/ 6 b—lSj G /*— 15 / 7 «— 16/ 
6 c— 17>10c— 18; 10 a— 19; 12 c/— 20 j 6 c 
—22 j 10rf-29/6rf 

in Spain. Accidents from, BJ^f—Qj 10 r 

and Gales in the Provinces, 1 y'6 €—2/106- 

Foods and Drinks, Lecture on, 12 m 7 6 

Fore Street Warehouse Company, 9 j 7 a — 1 Sjld 

Foreign Office Appointments, 6/8 6—27 ; 8 a — 

3i.i»a—\i / 8 c— 3 w8a— 7m8c— lOttt 8r 

— 14 m 7 /— 1 7 m 8 Z"- 31 w 8 c 

Notic't'8. 2.S / 8 rl 

Bondholders, Council of, Fourth Report, 2T 

/ 10 <f— 28/10 d 

Commercial Intelligence, see Commercial 

Orders Conferred, 23/10 6 

and Colonial Gorernment Trusts, 21 / 12 r 

—22 / 7 tf— 23/ 10 6—24/ 10 6—1 a» 6 rf— 5. 

m 7 «— 6 m 10 c— 9 m 6e 

Special Meeting, 1 m 6 d— 2 m 6 c 



Foreigners in Distress, Annual Court, 2 m 10 c> 

— 22r/i 10 e 
Foremen Engineers, Note about. 21 m 10 f 
For8ter(W. E.) at Leeds, 1/6/ 
Forsyth (Sir J. D.) Progress of Trade in Central 

Asia, 3 M 8 c— 6 7ff 4/ 

on Yakoob Beg of Kashgar, 21 m 11 o 

(W.) on the War Crisis. 12y 6 rf 

Foster (P. de Neve) on the School of Cookery, 

5 A 6 /• 
' Porter & Co. (Linuto'l) Report. 11 i 7 c— 16. 

Found Drowned, 12 fG (1—21 fhf 

a Man near the Thames Embankment, 30y 

a Woman, near Blaickfriars, 7 m 5 d 

Fowler (J. K.) on the Cattle Plague, 20 j 7 rf— 
30 w n 

(Thoma«) on Mr. Lowes Clkirg^?'s against 

Oxford, 22/4 /•-27/8ci 

France and Germany, 1 / 6 e 

FRANCE :— 

Adrentures of a Railway Traveller froofr 

Basle to Paris, 27/5 6 
A in. Curious Reason for Turning Protest- 
ants in, 87 6 a 
Alsace-Lorraine Elections for the (Sermait 

Reichstag. 10 / 5 c— 13y 5 d—\hj ^f 

Appointments, G,/ 5 '/ — 6/5 c 

— Army Bill. 15 m 5 c 

Promotion, 6 / 3 a 

Arrest of Moyaux, the Murderer of his 

Child and Attempted of his Wife, 2 m 5 </— 10 

TO 5 </ 
M. Louis Blanc, Appeal for the Lyonese 

Workmen, 26 m 5 / 
Boimpartist Mixed Commissions, Question. 

nf tho T.Mra1if.v t\§ ft /" ft // 



Fra 



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rALMKRfl INDKX TO *^ TIfK TIMKd NKWJiPAPER. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Ezanoo (contivued), 

Bonapartist Provincial Paper Fined for 

Libel, 26/6 rt 
^-^ Bonds Stolen from a Broker*! Messenger, 

7 w 5 c 

Budget tee Nattokal 

the Pall Mull on, 27 j 11 c 

Burial Law. 8 ; 6 o 

Canrobert (Marshal) Serious lUneis of, 16 

IN 5 4 

— Cameron (Commander) Receires the Medal 
of Honour, from the Geographical Society, 27 
j be 

French Geographical Society Give a 



Banquet to, 29 > 6 c 

— Cardinal Carerot's Address to Marshal 
MauMabon, 23 m 5 6 

— QmMe of Madame de Baufifreniont, \\ fhh 
of Vidal, the Draper— a Divorce Case, 1 



Casflagnac (Paul) Before the Chambers for 

Articles in the Pay 9, 6 m 5 e— IS m 6 </— 17 m 
7d 

Catholic Working Men's Club Closes its 

Sittings, 29i 6 « 

Celebration of the Anniversary of the Exe- 
cution of Louis X VI^ 28 i 5 ^ - 24 ; 6 6 

Census of the Seine. 8^6 «— 16 ; 5 c 

of France, 2\ f h A— 22 fbc 

— ' hntCHU of Mfllnmii'rin. th«» Empri-FS 
Jose hints Uesidence, to l>e Sokl. G m o/ 

^ — ^.^ollege of France, M. Guizot Lectures at, 
I rhd 

Colportage Censorship, the Rapppi on, 8 / 

5 c 

Commerckl Statistics, 1 6 w 6 A 

*— Communists, Pardons for, 15j 5/— 12 w5 
«~28 mbb 

— Comptoir d'Escompte, Meeting of the 
Shareholders of, \ f b d 

Comte de Chimbords Speech to the Depu- 

It ion of Merchants from Marseilles, 7 m b b 
Conference at the Sorfonne — Commander 

Cameion Introduced. 27j 5 c 

Conscription. Annual Drawing for. Zfbc 

Conpeila de Prudhommes Biil, \ mb t 

Credit Foncier, 27 i 5 -c — 7 m be 

New Statutes, 11 ? 6 c— 18^ 5 rf 

to be Amalgamated with the Credit 

Agricole, \^ j b d 
Declaration to be Taken by all Ecclesiastics, 

Professorii, &c.. 7 m b c 
Diplomatic News, 18J 3 fc— 15 m 5 c— 16 m 

b b 

Austrian Ambassador *s Reception, 19 m 



5 r 

the French Ambassador Presented by 

the German Emperor with the Prussian Medal 
for Saving Life. 4 ) b d 

•• Droits de THomme " the Publisher Be- 
fore the Tribunal, 2/5 cf— 3/5 c— 17/5 6 

Six Months' SiispeBsk>n Confirmed, 15 / 

kb 
Ecole Poly technique. Serious OutlM^ak in, 

16/6 a 

- Edncatkm Bill, 8 m 6 s 



France (cwtxnutd), 

Ely see. Great Ball at, 24 ; 5 a 

and England Compared. 12 /5 c 

Export and Import Keturns, IS fb d 

First Daily Paper Issued Jn, Facsimile 

Reproduced, bj9f 

Extradition Treaty with Denmark, SOmbh 

French Boxing Day. 2 / 5 c 

Criminal Trial — Godefray for Murder, 

5m4<f 

Press on the Chateau d* EfMi Speeches^ 



29 m 5 e 
Gambetta*s Series of Sunday Speeches on 

Secular Schools, 6/6 c 

at the Presidential Reception, 8/6 c 

Gold Medal Awarded to Capt. Lann for 

Succouring the Crew of the VictorinCf 10 m 

5 d 
Hugo, his " Jean Chouan :" a Descendant 

of Chouan, Aged Fifteen, Thanks the Poet for 

his Eulogy. 2 in b d 
Speech for the Lyonese Workmen, 26 nt 

5/ 



the Second Psrt of the *• T^iegende de» 
Siccles" to Appear on the 75th Birthday of, 6 
fbr-^27/bb 

Hyacintho (Father) Lectures in the Salle 



5b 



Ventadour, 22/6 c 

- • — Abandons his r..ectures, 26/6 o— 2 m be 

I'roposes to Deliver Moral Lectui-es only, 

o in i) t 

A rranpc^ to Deliver his Lectures, 30 m 3 ^ 

L. Iters to M. Betoland, 30 m 3 6 

Import and Export Returns, 17y 6 c 

InUusirii^s in, Un prosperous State of, 27 / 

» 

Israelite Alliance. 4jbe 

— Judgment in the Case of the CavcrUt, 1 / 
o c 

— Judicial Changes. 1 1 ,; 5 6 

— Legion of Honour, Officers Receiving the 
Order, 18/5 c— 10/6c 

— mie Catholic University Opened, 19 i 6 d 

— Louis Blanc Resigns the Editorship of the 
" Homme Libre," 10 m 6 <f 

— Lyons, Distress in. Fete at the Paris Operm 
to Obtain Funds for, 14/5 6—27/6 6—1 m & 
c — 1 in 5 fc 

Note about, 22 /* 7 a 

Paris Municipal Grant for the Distreatcd, 



17/5 6 

Silk Crisis in, 15/5 r— 22/6 c— 27/6 c 



Victor Hugo and Louis Bumc Speak at 

the Chatelot for the Benefit of the Operatir^s 

of, 10 w 6 rf— 26 m 6 «— 31 mb d 
Vote to Purchase by Government Silk 

from. 16/5 c 
Marquise de Caux Applies for a Judicial 

Separation, 23/6 6— 28y 6 «— 1 m 5 e 
Marriage of a Priest, Sentence on a Mayor 

Refusing to Celebrate, 7 fb d 
Marseilles, Deputation Inviting the Marshal 

to, 24 / 6 a 

Bill Empowering a Loan for, 16 fb t* — S 



mb e 



J. 



Workmen, Fete' for the Benefit of , 26 /^ 



Mar. 30, l^TI.] palmku's indkx to tuk *^ timks " NKw.si*ArKR. 



Pie 



France (amtinved). 

Medical Question of Degrees, 8 ; 6 /* 

MermiUod (Bp.) Preaches on Behalf of the 

London Cathohc UniTertity, 1 7 m 7 e 
M. Michelet Arranges for a Supply of 

Water to Fere Lachaiae, for Water Flowers 

on Tombs in Memory of her Husband, Sljbc 
Military Service, Proposal to Reduce the 

Term of , 6 m 5 d — 6 m 5 e — 17 m 7 « 
Miss Leigh*s Home, Christmas Tree at, 4 / 

6e 
Monetary Commission at Washington, & m 

5e 

Money Market, 5 / 5 c 

Napoltxin III., Annual Mass for the Soul 

of, 16j 6 c 
National Asseuibly : — Budget, 8^ 5 ^-- 10 / 

fi c— 12> 5 c— 22> 5 <— 24 > 6 a— 2d> 6 </— 26 

J5</— 27>5*— 9m6 e 

Distress at Lyons, 6/6 b — 10/5 c 

Education Gratuitous, SIJ 5 c 

Election of President, 1 1 j 5 6 

Foreign Doctors Bill, lj5h 

Fund for Building Schools, 2m Be 

Qavardie*s Resolutions, \ m 5 e 

no Presidential Message on Opening, 4 j 

5 e 



— Opening of, 10 j 5 c 

the Pa^ Allocation, 27 m 5 d 

Press Decree Repealed, 6/6 6 

Pmyers for, \bjbj 

Proceedings, 1 j 6 /*— 8 / 6 a^\2j 6 6— 

13/6 6— 16> 6 c 

Proposal to Establish an OfSoe of Trans- 



lator, for the Members, 20/6 d 

Proposal to Restore the Tuileries, 6/6 b 

and Railway Companies, 1 J 5/— 25 m 6 b 

Vote for the Relief of the French m 



India, 1 / 6 c 

— the Neuilly Drama, 2«/6/ 

— New Books, 30 ; 6 rf 

Loan, 29 / 6 e 

Toys with a PoliticaV Bearing, 3 ; 6 o 

Years Day Receptions of Marshal M'Ma- 



hon, 2 ; 6 e 

•) ules Simon*8 Address, 2 j 5 d 



— Paris, Mr. Waddington Leads the Perfor- 
formanoe at the Conserratoire on the Lord 
Mayor of London*s Visit to, 6761; 

Mysteries — a Child Found in a Dry 

Well, 8/6 c 

Re-Naming Streets in, \7 f5 b 



— Proposal to Prosecute the Authors of the 
Cknu} d'Etat of 1861, 21 m 6 c 

— Popnlation Statistics, 22 j 6 e 

— Prefectoral Changes, 8^6 a— 23 / 6 6 

— Primary Education in. 17 / 6 c 

— Prince Imperial and his Eziiected Beturn 
as Emperor, 12/6 d 

— Railway Commission, 11 ; 6 6 
Accident in Savoy, Sentence on the Sta- 



tion Master at Chatillon, 21/6 6 

— Receptions. 19 w 5 /* 

— Reformed Church, tjoctions, &c, 5 m 5 e 
Eugene Bersier Arranging to Join, 81 m 



France ( continued). 

Rumour of the Empress Eugenie and the 

Princ*e imperial at Marseilles and Toulon. 20 

mod 
Rerolution of 1848, M. Louis Blanc at the 

Anniversary Dinner ol, 27/66 

Senate, Filling the Vacant Seat, 2 m 6 c 

Societe des Agriculteurs, Annual Dinner, 

16/6 c 
Society of the Friends of Peace, I^eeting, 

12 J 6 a 
Strasburg Theological Faculty to be Trans- 
ferred to Paris, 30 m 3 6 

Sugar Conference, tee Sugar 

TariflF, RevLtion of, 6/5 e— J9 « 6./— 21 n» 

6 »•— 22 m 6 J— 27 mod 
ThierK on the Army Bill, 12 nt 6/— 20 m .> 

(/— 22 M 5 d 

Gen. and Madame Ignatiefif with, 16 m 6 6 



— Treaties of Commerce, Renewal of, 19 j S d 
—2% J 6 (f— 22 IN 6 d'-21 m 6 </— 29 m 6 c 

with England, ) )epatatioii to Lord Derby 



on Renewing, 26/6/— 12 m 6 «— 16 m 11/— 

19 m 6/ 

Tuileries, Restoration of, ISj&J 

the Wert^r Incident, 2 m 6 d 

Yt«Uow Book. 22/6 c 

Franco-Eng^h News— How Maniagei ue Made 

in London, 27 1' 12 6 
Franco-German War, Mr. Dilke*s Leetnre on at 

Chelsea, 6i6/ 
Mr. Landells, the Special Artist of, Death 

of, 6i9f 
Frankland QPro^essor) on Sewer Gases, 16 /'4 / 
Fraser (Bp.) on Stage Deconim, 3/9 e 
Free Church and the ** EncydopoBdia Britannica,** 

19 ;' 10 e 
Libraries Aet, Propoaal to Work in Dublin, 

22m8a 

Cork the First to Establish, 24 m 12/ 

Library, 2 m 10 6 

Licensing. Note abont, 12 fAJ 

Freeling (C. R.) Law's Delay, 'l8i 6 <f 
Freeman (E. A.) on the Fall of Midhat, 10/ 

10 c 

on the Refugees in Dalmatia, 3/ 6 < — 29 m 



86 



on the Crisis, 12 / 6 </ 



5d 



nMitrinii* W.traYiin BilL a /"S r— 7 at .' /. 



Freemasons, Appointment of Grand Master of 
South Wales, 8/* 9 6 

InstaUation of Sir George Elliott as Pixv 

Yincinl Grand Master of South Wales, 6 m 4 /* 

the King of Sweden and others Admitted 

Brethren, I fBe 

Meeting to Consider the Safe Bstom of the 

Prince of Wales, 4 f 10 d 

Quarterly Meeting; 8 m 8 e 

Royal Masonic B^evolent Institution, An- 
nual Festiral, 18/8 6 

Freight, Offer's Circular, 6/7 e 

French Free Traders, 19/4 f 

Embassy, 5 m 9 « 

HoppitaU r^ice^ter Square; 20/5 e 

Revolution, Professor Morley^ Lecture odl 

26/lOs 

and English Maaufacturen^ Notes OO) 17 m 



Fre 



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PALMEU 8 INDKX T<l ^* THK TIMKS NBWSfiLrKI. 



[Jan. 1 to 



Frere (Sir Bartle) Banquet to, on his Appoint- 
ment as Governor of the Cape, 1 m 6 a 

Farewell Banquet to, 5 m 9 e — 8 mS b 

Freshfield (D. W.) Uussia and the Caucasus, 25 

; 8 c 
( Edwin) Greek Monuments in Constanti- 
nople, 22 w 6/ 
Friend of Foreigners in Distress, Anniversary 

Festival 12 ; 11 « 
Friends' Provident Institution, 18 j 7 o 
Friendly Societies, Correction, 24/5 f 

and Poor Law Guardians, 13 ; 10 c— 16 i 

12 e 

Act, New Regulations, 23/4/ 

Appointment Under, 14 m 7 e 

Fruit Culture, and Railway Banks, 23 n2 a 
Fruits and Vegetables, Import Return, 2y 5 e 
Fullerton (€reorgiana) on Infant Mortality, 16 j 

11/ 
Fulton (Hamilton) on Thames Floods, 2> 10 c 

Funds, English, State of. in every day*$ paper 

Fumell (Capt. Jas.) on Sunken Hocks, 1./ 11 d 

Gadesden (A. W.) Letter to Lord Derby on 

the British Sugar Refiners and the French 

Treaty, 6/7 6 
Gaelic Society of London, Amnoal Festival and 

Highland Ball. 28/5/ 
Gale on the American doast, Accidents from, 12 

mlOb 
in London, Accidents from, 2/10 rf— 81 j 

6 rf— 22 fXOh 
in the Provinces, 2 j 10 cf— 31 / 6 rf— 21 fb 

rf— 22 /• 10 6 

on the Tay, %J^d 

Gallant Conduct— Award of a Gold Medal to 

CoLCaulfield for Saving a Child from Drowning, 

19/-5e— 20/^8c 
Galliera (Duke of) Liberal Donation to the 

Family of Communists, 4 j 7 cf 
Gambado (Jeffrey) Sute of Rotten Row, 8/ 12 a 
Gambler, Stote of Trade in, 11 y 7 c— 19 ; 7 c— 

17m85 
Gandy (Rev. R.) on a Cricketer's Tombstone at 

Canterbury, 9 / 9 e 
Garrod (Professor) Lecture on the Human Form 

in Relation to Contour, 22 f 5/ 
GAS:-. 
Bamet District Gas and Water Company, 

22/7 d 
Crystal Palace District Company, 14 m 10 

c— 80 m 6/ 

Eupion Company, 9/11 a 

Gas Light and Coke Company, Report, 30 

j 7 c— 28 m 10 e 

Liverpool United Company, 22/7 d 

Rio de Janeiro Company, 24 m 18 b — 80 m 5 / 

— — State of Shares in Companies, in evtry day's 

paper 
Gatke (H.) Migration of Sparrows, 31 m 5 f 
Gatling (R. J.) on the New Mitrailleuse Gun, 26 

Gatton (Francis) Lecture on the Typical Laws 
of Heredity, 24/4/ 

General Assessment Sessions : -Great Northern 
Railway v, Clerkenwell Parish, 14 /* 1 1 / 
■ Robson V, Holbom Union, 15 /* 1 1 b 
Arerase Exnenses. 8 i 6 /' 



Geiieral Credit and Discount Company, Report. 

16j'7a— 24^7 6 

Steam Navigation Company, ImSd 

Subways Company, 2ij7c 

Gennadius (J.) on the Greek Budget, 12 n 8 5 
Gentlemen Helps, 27> 9 «-80i 7 /— 2 / 12 a— 

7/6/ 
Geological History of Birds, Professor Huxley's 

Lecture, Sm 5 f 

Society. Anniversary Meeting, 17/6 /' 

Geologist's Association Visit the British Mnaeom^ 

20?M 4 e 
German Degrees, 24 ; 5y 

Embassy, 7 m 9 / 

V, English Beer, 6 /* 1 1 / 

Governesses, 26/ 4 e 

Union Telegraph and Trust Company, 18 

— Alsace-Lorraine Committee, Closed, 5 m 6/ 

Discharged French Soldiers £speUe4 

from, 16 III 5 * 

the German Press on the Expulsion of 



•* OpUnts," 81 m 5 <f 

Parliament and the Emperor, 27 m 5 € 

to Legislate for Itself, 19 m 5/ 

Present Condition of , 8 m 5 <f— 16 m 5 if 



— Army, the Emperor's Speech to, 19/ 5 e 

— Amim Case^Safe Conduct Refused to tke 
Count, 8 m 5 e 

Sientence on, 13 m 5 e 

Confirmed by the Imperial Disciplinaif 



Chamber, 5 m 5 /*— 6 m 5/ 

— Berlin, Preparations for Celebrating tke 
Emperor's 80th. Birthday, 26 ^6 a 

— Bismarck (Prince) Dr. Rudolf Meyer Xrfei 
for Libelling— Sentence, IS fSd 

Speeches of, 15 m 5 c 



— Budget, 17 j 6 d—20j 5 <f— 15 m 5 e 

— Case of Baron Von Loe, Sentence, 13 » 6 ^ 

— Cattle Plague in, 7/6 « 

— Court of Appeal for all Germany, Proposed 
New, at Leipsic, 20 m 6 cf— 22 m 5 d—2% 

— Court News, 26 > 5 «f— 8/5 rf-8 in 5/— 21 
III 5 e 

Celebration of the Emperor's 80th. Birth- 



day, 28 m 5 6—24 m 7 <f— 27 m 5/— 29 mSd 

Celebration of the Seventieth Anniversary 

of the Emperor's Entry into the Prussian 
Army, 1 ^' 5 «— 2 ; 6 d—Sj 5 r 

Address to, and the Emperor's Reply, 



2 / 6cf— 3i5c 

Collision among the Soldienr at Mets on 



the Emperor's Birthday, 29 m 5 tf— 31 m 7 e 
Confirmation of Three of the Royal 



Fanuly, 29 m 5 d 

Eldest Son of the Crown Prince Presented 



with a Portuguese Order, 1 i 5 / 

Emperor's 80th. Birthday Proposed to 



Erect a Statue to the late Queen-Mother in 
Honour of, 3 w 5 « 

Gignntic Painting Presented to the Em- 



peror by the Free Towns, &c. on his Birthday, 
31 m8a 

Golden Sword Presented to the Eroperor^ 



3 I 5 



Mar. 31, 1877.] palmkk's index to tiik " rniKs " NKwspArKK. 



G08 



Gennany (amtinued), 

C^urt News— -Princess Charles of Frust'ia 

HopeJesslj 111, 8i 5 c— 18/ 5 d 

Prince Charies of Prussia and Princess 



Eliiabeih at Malta, 18 m 5 e— 17 m 7y 

Hketeh of the Career of the Emperor, 22 



m 10 d 
Speech of the Emperor on the Prince 

William of Pmssia being Introduced into 

Mililaijr Service, 19 /fi e 
XHplomatic News, 16 ; 6 d—Sl i 6 (/— 12 / 

»•- I mbe 
£ditor of a Posen Paper Imprisoned for 

Contempt of Court, 14 mo d 
Elecdons, 12 ; 6 c & rf— 16 ; 6 <f-24 / 6 6— 

27 jB c 

and French Journals, 22 /"S c 

Qehlson (Dr.) Editor of the Heichsgioeke, 



Sentence on, 13 m 5 < 

Qerman Fishery Society, Meeting of, 



ai6« 



19 



Parliament, Decree Summoning, 7/5 « 

Budget in, 12 m 6/— 14 »i 5 « 

Opening and Speech from the Throne, 

2d/5c— Im 11 a 

Comments on, 24/6 c 

Proceedings in, 21 m 6 e— 24 m 7 e— 26 



ai66 

— and Hanover, 6/6 <f 

— Imperial Court of Justice to Sit at Leipsic, 
1 m 6 e 

— Iron Duties, 8 m 5 «— 27 m 6 « 

— Ledochowski (Cardinal) S^itence on, for 
Violating the Prussian Ecclesiastical Laws, 10 
/Be 

' — Meeting of the Prussian Diet, 6 m 6/ 

— Miscellaneous News, Slj 6 i/— 24 / 6 rf 
North German Gazette on the Probability 

of War with France, 6/6/ 

— Posen, Workmen's Riot in, 21 m 6 d 
Prussian Diet Opened by the Emperor, 13 



J*« 



Proceedings in, 16 / 6 «f 
Public Revenue, 16 ; 6 e 



— Resignation of Gen. Von Stosch, Refused 
by the Emperor, 16 m 6 c— 21 m 5 <f->22 m 6 <f 
—23 m 5 if— 27 m 6 «—29 m 6 c 

— and Russia on the War, 8/66 

— ShipKews. 28;6c 

— Sovereign Duchies of (yermany the Rulers 
to Bear the Title of " Highness " Instead of 
•♦ Serene Highness " as Heretofore, 22 w 6 <f 

— and Spain— the Case of the Minna, 16 / 6a 
Tonga Islands Treaty with, 6/6 rf— 10 / 



10 h 



Australasian Ideas on, 13/3 e 



COiost in Hyde Park, 21 m 10 6 

Gibbs (G. C.)Trial of his ^to-Hydraulic Dyemg, 

27m6if 
Gibraltar— the Chinese GunboaU at, 22 m 5 e 

Custom House, 10/11/ 

New Custom's Scheme, 22 m 6 e 

6fbion CJohn) the Sculptor, Account of, 6 ; 3 o 
OiUesple & Co.. on Mr. M»Call and the Tobago 

Riots, 6/6 (/ 
Ginsburg (Dr.) Lecture at Wokinirham on the 



I 



Giotto's •• CiO!<pel of Labour'* Lecture on, 26 ; 6 e 
GirU Pubhc Day bcliooi Couipuny, 1 m U f. — 'l'6 

m 4 d 
Uirion CoUege, Nole« about. 19 ; 3 *— 22 j 10 e 
Grant vo, by ihe 1* ibhmongers' Company, 

11>4/ 
Gladstone (Rt. Hon. W. E.) on the Abolition of 

Capital Punifthroent, 24 im 13 d 

Addresk of the Stamford Liberals lo,6 m 6 d 

on . Ibania, 6 m 8 (f 

Authority in Matters of Opinion, 27/6 < 

at Burlington House, 'ZH m 10 / 

on 1 be Burnley Rcrsolution on the Eastern 

Question. 23 m 6 6 

and Mr. Chaplin, 6 m 6 (f 

on the Church of Rome and England, 18/ 

5/ 
Correspondence with Sir H. Elliot on the 

War, 2 IN 10 6 
Deputation to, from the Frome Liberal As- 
sociation, 22 J 6/— 23> 6 6 

Dinners Given by, 10 / 7 a— 6 m 9 « 

Letter to the Birkenhead Working Men's 

Liberal Association, 2y 9/ 

to Mr. Hunt Declining to Attend the 

Bath Liberal Association Meeting, 27 j 5 d 

about Plumstead Common, 23/6/ 

to Mr. Sheridan on Home Rule, 6 / 5 / 

to Sir Drmnmond Wolff on the Cretan 



Insurrection, 26 m 6 (f 

on the London Conference of 1871, 24/8 6 

at Marlborough, 6 / 10 a 

on Plumstead Common, 27/6/ 

on Preaching, at the City Temple, 28 m 10 e 

Public Reading at Hawarden on Turkey, 

17/lOfl 
Reply to the Birkenhead Working Men's 

Address on the Sufferings of the I'urks, 26/ 

He 
Review of Mr. Martin's Life of the Prince 

Consort, 16>6 / 
at Taunton, in Answer to an Address, 29 j 

10 a 
Glasgow University — Grant for a Committee, 12 

Liberal Club Nominate Mr. Gladstone 

for the Lord Rectorship, 6 m 8 < 
Globe Marine Insurance Company, 13/10 a 

Telegraph and Trust Company, 12 ; 7 d 

Glover (John) on the Liverpool Average Agree- 
ment, I6j5f 
Goldsmid (Julian) on the Jews in Roumania, 2 

j 12 6 
(Major Gren. Sir F. J.) on Islam from Con- 
stantinople to Calcutta, 6/4/ 
Good Example— Mr. Southwell of Bridgnorth 
Pays up in Full his Former Creditors of Nine- 
teen Years Back, 20 j 1 1 / 
Good Friday in the Metropolis, 81 m 9/ 
Goode (Samuel) Mance Heliograph, 26 j 10 b 
Gordon (Col.) in China, Ij 8 b—B/Sj 

Returns to Egypt, 30/6 if— 31 j 5 /— 16 / 

6 «f— 1 m 9 / 
Gore-Langton (Lady Anna) on the Social Con- 
dition of Women in India, 22/9/ 
Goschen (Q. J.'i on th« AUvonn^j. »•» 



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PAlMEKti INDEX TO ** THE TI»IK« NKWSrAPKR, 



[JaQ. 1 to 



Guiliv'aburg S3 «t«t« — Debate at Birmingham 
about. 4 / 4 e — 2y yy" 

Deputation to Govern utent about, 13 w 12€ 

(ioverniueiit Atinuitied, Purchase of« 12 mi 10/ 

aiKi their Friends, 12/ 10 e 

Guverninents and Guaranteed Permanent Truflt, 

1 m 10 c~S m t> / 
Graham (John^ on the Arkey Collision, 12 7 10/ 
Grabham ^Dr. G. W.; on Art in Hospiuls, 12 / 

10 6 
Grant (Albert) on the Lisbon Tramwajs Case, 

16/8 ^»— 1: / il c 

(J. A.) on CoL Gordon in Egypt, 31^5/ 

(John G.; on Barbadoes. 2'dj 7 f 

Granville (^Lord) on Art Culture, 11 ; 6 c— 1<> / 

10 c 

and his Watch, 2/11/ 

Grates, «ee Firegrates 

Gray*s Inn — Award of the Arden and Bacon 

Schoiarfehip^, 1 ./ H e 
Great Eastern Steamship Company, 20 /"G c 
Fire of London, Air. Wall'ord's Lecture on, 

16; 6/ 

Turf Swindle, tte, Civil Actiors— Goucourt 



GH£EOfi: 

Budget,14/56— 9m46--12w86— 14w6e 

and the Conference, 20 9 5 </ 

Diplomatic News, ij 5 d 

— and the Eobtern Queiition, 6/7/ 

Embraces England's Policy on the Eastern 

Question, 2j 5 d—2 jSc 
the Emera and the Elio Publicly Burnt at 

Athens for being in the Pay of Kussia, djbd 

andEnghind, 12^3/ 

Ministry Resign, 9 m 5 « 

New Ministry, 12 m 5/ 

Pension Question, Sm5 / 

and Russia, 3/5 e 

War Estimates, 12 f 5 e— 29 m5e 

Greek Antiquities, Price Sale of, at Sotheby's, 

27 m 4 f 

Liberation and Lord Palmerston, 18 7 6 r 

Monuments in Constantinople, 22 m 5 / 

and Slay, M. Byzantios on the Concessions 

Granted to, 5jSd 
Green (Professor) on the South Yorkshire Coal- 
field, 2 ; 4 6—5 / 10 o 

(R. Cottle) on the Transvaal War, 267 7 e 

Green Fruit, State of Trade in, ej 7 c— 13/ 6 d 

—20 J 7/— 27 / 7 e— 3/ 7 «— 10/7 «— 17 ; 11 

</-.24 flO «— 3 m 10 /— 10 m 7 /— 17 m 8 6— 

24 m 13 c 
Greenfield & Co., on the Alexandria Harbour, 

19 ; 7 a 
Greenwich Time, 287 4/— 24^ 10 6 

for the Post Office, 16 j 12 c 

Gregory, Acrocliffes and Eawle, on the Sale of 

SerjeanU' L[in, 16/7/* 
Gresham Lectures, Notice of Beadmg, 2 J 7/— 

26/4 a 
Grey (Mana) on the Girla* Public Day School 

Company, 23 m 4 (f 

Profession of Teaching 18 y 10 6 

Gxocers* Licenses, Deputation to Government 

about, 14 m 8 a 
Jiosvenor (Hon. T. G.) Narrative of a Journey 



/^1 !. 



txa /- /* - 



Grosvenor Gallery, 12 m 4 c 

Grove (George) ou the Palestine Exploration 

Fund, 28 m 4/ 
Growth of the Earth, W j h f 
Guano Contract, 10/6 a — 11 ^ 4 e— 11 jo c — U 

>7 6— 19>5</— 3 w 10 d 
Guthrie (Prufetfsor) Lecture on Solid Water, 19 
y 12 a 

Lecture on Waves, 20/5 « 

Guy (W. A.) Case of Gunner Charlton, 8 m 11 / 

—10 M 8 a 
Guy's Hospital, Appointment of Lecturer in Bo- 
tany, o> 6/ 

H. 
Haines (W. H.) In/ant Mortahty, 18 ; 12 b 

Law's Delay, 20 ; 6 /' 

Hakim (M. H.) on India and Turkey, 30 / 6 « 
Hail (Adm. King) Dockyard Administration, 1 

/10 c 
Hamilton (A. H. A.) on Mr. Cross on Prisons, 
27/6 A 

(J. Lawrence) on Art and Our Hospitals, 

23^7/— 6/* 10 c 
Hampton (Wade) on the Condition of South 

Carolina, 16 ; 4 a 
Hanover (Queen Maria) and the Crown Prince 
and Princesses Deny having Seceded to liome, 
12/ 9 e 
Hans Holbein, Notes about, 11 j 4 e — 16 j 4 «— 

18;4/-24yi0d 
" Happy Despatch " a Japanese Mode of Exe- 
cution, 16/7/" 
Harcourt (Sir. W. V.) at Oxford, 10 j 7 a 

on England and the Porte, 17/ 6 c 

and Russia, 29/ 6 6 

the Government and their Friends, 12/ 10 a 

Harding (R. P.) on Conimissioos on Sales, 2 7 4« 
Hargrave (Lawrence) on New Guinea, 15/ i e 
Harmless Lunatics, see Idiots 
Harrow School, Examination, 31 ; 5/— 30 m 7 f 
Harleston, Meeting of the Members at, 25/ 7/ 
Haslewood (C. A.) on the Greek Bonds, 20 m 10 a 
Hastings (Lady Flora) Memorial Tablet to, in 

Castle Donington Church, 22 m 5 /' 
Hay (Vice Adm.) on the Triumph^ 6 f5 d 
Hayward (Wm.) London Bridge, 25 j 12 6 
Head Masters' Conference, Note about, 2 ; 6 e 
Health, Registrar-General's Weekly Return of, 
3 ; 7 </— 10 / 6 6—17 j 7 e— 24 j 10 6—7 /'8 6 
— 14 /10/-28 /12 a— 14 m 7 e— 21 n 12 a— 
28 m 12 a 

of City Offices, 26 m 8 c 

of Government Offices, 26 ai 6 s 

in the Isle of Wight, 11 / 10 a 

Lectures on the Laws of, 27 j S d 

of Scotland, 18/ 4/— 19 m 4 0— 24 mSa 

of the War Office, 5/9 «— 19 ; 8 6—20 / 6 

d—22j 12 h—S/b /*— 8/6 a— 2 »i 10 d 
Healthy Houses, i6 ; 6 a 
Heir 01 Confucius— Death of, 27/5 c—1 mBJ 
Hemming (G. W.) the Courts and the Judica^ 

ture Acts, 3/lOc 
Hemp, State of the Market, 22/7/— 22 m 6/ 
Hensley (W.) on the ** Appeal to Artists," 18/ 

Hennessy (J. Pope) at Cork, 5 w 5/ 



liar., 31, 1S77.] rALMBit's indkx to " tiik timks " NBWSPArER. 



Hun 



Henry (Mitchell) on Home Rule &j 10 d 

liensun (llev. JosUli) the " Undo Tom," Fare- 
well to hii ViMt to Knjjland, 1 / 10 c 

Hereditary Qualities, I^ecture on, 24/4/ 

Heron-Maxwell J. ^on the Middlesex Magistrates 
and the Slade Case. 3 m 4 e 

Herz^ovina's Separate Oovemment Suppressed, 
5/5/ 

Hides, Sute of. 13 j 6 r/— 27 ; 7 e— 24> 18 e 

High Church Party Tolerance, Notes about, 22 
; I2a— 28>6o— 26i6/ 

Water at London Bridge, in every day*» 

paper—after Ship News 

Highland Society of London, Annual Dinr.e^ 22 
m \IJ 

Highway Board System, Meeting at Bedford 
about, 5 f l\ d 

Hill (Arthur) Cork the First to Establish a 
School of Art, 24 m 12 / 

(T. H.) Equal Justice in Railway Fares 

and Lines, 26/4/ 

(Sir Rowland) Steps to Erect a Permanent 

Memorial to, at Kidderminster, 16/9/ 

Hindoe Press on Indian Honours, 8/4 / 

Hire-3ystem, Unknown in Bankruptcy, 18/11 f 

No Effect in Protecting under Bankruptcy, 

13/11/ 

Hi»tdrical Manuscripts O>mmission, Sixth Re- 
port, 1 7 m 5 c 

Hockin (John) on the St. John del Rey Mining 
Company. 21/12 a 

Hodgson (*M.) on Commission, 10? 6/ 

Hugi; (Kobt.) on the Roval Horticultural Gar- 
dens, 19/ 10 A— 27; 4e 

Holborn ard Sons, on the Case of Johnson v. 
Credit Lyonnaiss, 16./ 11 <i 

on Dock Warrants, 30 w 5 a 

Holland—Electoral Law Rerision, 21/5 c— 20 
m b e 

Export Duty on Rags Abolished, 16 / 5 </ 

Inijiort Duty Abolished, 16/5 <f 

— Judicial Bills, 21 foe 

Hollingshead (John) on Fires in Theatres, 28 / 

Holly Berries, Scarcity of, 1 1 / 7/— 16 / 8 6— 17 
; 7 /-— 19^ 6 r 

Holmes ^Consul) on the Alleged Impalements in 
Bosnia, 19 j!)/ 

Holms (J.) Address to his Constituents of Hack- 
ney, 10/ 7 rf 

on Recruit in j», 1 1 / 7/ 

Home for Incuracles, 27^*5 e 

Missions —Eight Days' Services at Bristol 

and ( lifton, 5/9/ 

and (^-olonial Slarine Insurance Company, 



Annual Report, 6 f7 a 

Hale, see Irxlakd 

'Homicidal Insanity— C^se of Daniel East, 9 m 
10 c 

Honour Satisfied—an Anecdote of Oen. Chan- 
gamier, 2Ctf 10 b 

Honourable l^xarople, 1 1 ; 9 c 

Hooper's Telegraph Works, 8 / 7 a 

Hope (W.) on the International Financial So- 
ciety, 80 / 7 5 

Hopkins (W. B.) on Idiots, &c., 19 i 6 / 

HnfM. Statr. of thit \farlr«» I » 7 r--2 i 7 ri.-9 i 



7 r/-16 / 7 c— 23j 7 A— 30 ; 7 6-5 j 7 d—df 

7 h— 13/*10</— 20 / 6/i-*i7 /*10/— 6 w 10 a 
— 12 m 7 rf— 18 lit 11 </— 19 m i c— 26 m 7 «— 
27 m 10 c 

Uopwood (Charles H.) on Austria and Herzego- 
vina, 12;6/--15 w 10 a 
Horse, Pulling the Tongue Out of, Trial of a 

Man for, 16 i 10 c 

Trick, at Preston Fair, Hie/" 

Horses, Cruelty to, in FiUng Teetti. 8/4d 
Horwood (Rev. E. R.) on the Ritualistic Service 

at Lewifham and the Absence of the Bis!iop 

of Rochester, 8/6 <f 
Hospital Management, 16 i 4/ 
for Incurables, at Oxford, Note about, 5 m 

11 c 
Mr. longmore Bequeaths X10,000 to 

Establish, 18/8 c 

for Madagascar, 80 m 8 « 

for Sick Children, Atmiversary Festival, 

23/ 6 b 
for Women, Concert to Aid, 28 /"S c 

Concert at Grosvenor House in Aid of, 

8 IN 12 a 

Hospitals, the Queen Sends a Quantity of Old 
Lmen for Surgical Purposes to, 17 /"ft <f— 19/ 
id 

Art in, see Art 

Royal Presents of Game to, 1 y 9 «— 15/9 

e-20/9« 

Hough (E. J.) on the Recovery of Sunken Ves- 
sels. 2Hj 6f 

Hound Poisoning, 10 f 6 6 

HOUSE OF LORDS :— 

Aberdeen Town Council v. Aberdeen Uni- 
versity, 26 m lOd 

Beamish's Divorce Bill, 21 m 11 e 

Bevan and another v, Marbella Iron Ore 

Company, 13./ 11 a 

Cory and others v. Bristow, 28/11 a 

Dudgeon w. Pembroke, 14/11 b 

Lockyer v. Ferryman. % m 10 a 

Mcwbray Peerage, 26 m 10 < 

lliompson and others i?. Eastwood, 22/ 10 d 

Houses in Great Cities, Notes about, 9 j 10 e — 
10^10 6 

Hovenden (Albert) on the Crystal Palace Meet- 
ing, 20 /" 6 6 

Howard (Rt. Rev. M.) the Cardinal Elect, Sketch 
of. 12 IN 4 a 

Hubback (Joseph) Claim on the Alabama A- 
ward. \7j7b 

Hugsnns (— ) on Sidereal Photography. 28 i 4 f 

Hulston (J. C.) Defence of Mr. Schuyler, 22 j 
8c 

Human Foot, Discovery of One at Worcester on 
the Severn, 22 iw 5 e— 23 mil/ 

Humphrey (Rev. W. G.) Portico of St. Martinis, 

Humporeys (John) Laws Delay, 19 / 10/ 
Hungary :— Bank Question and Resignation of 

the Ministry. 9y 5 c— 12 / 5 c— 17/5 c— 24 / 

5c 
Conference of the Constitutional I'arty in, 

26 / 6 (I 
Proceedings in the Diet, 15 m 5 c— 28 »n 5 



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PALM£R*S INDEX TO " THE TIMKS " NKW8PAPEK. 




Hungary :— MinisteiiHl Crisis, 12 fb d-13 fb d 
Mi8ce1IaD(H>u9 News, 10/5 c— 12/5 d &€ 

—24 wi 7 € 

and Turkey. 6 w 6 « 

Hunt (Holman; at his i>tudio in Jerusalem, 15 / 

66 
Hun'erian Oration 14/11 r»— 15/»rf 
Huntingdonshire Assizes — tho Judge Changes 

his Sentence at the Request of the Jury, 20 m 

Hussey (A. L.^l Mad Dogs, 4 ; lOy 
Uutchinson (Edward) llest Trade Route to the 

Lake Regions of iJentral Africa, 28 w 5/ 
Huxley (Profess<»r) Lecture on the Geological 

History of Birds, 8 w 6 /* 
Hyde Park on Good Friday, 31 m 9 /* 

Ck)mer, Notes about, 14/11 /"— 15/8 d 

at Knightsbridge, I87 6 «.— 26> 10 6 

State of Rotten Row. 3/12 a 

Hydrophobia, Return of Deaths from, 3 / G €— 

15 m 11/- 

Case of, in Shoreditch, 23/ 12 a 

Hydro-Dynamic Puzzle, 8; C/— Oy 11 <— 10 / 

5/-llj5/— 12i 12 a 
HygeiopoUs, New Sanitary Association, 15/4 e 

— 167«A 
Hypte. Worms &. Co., on the ALibama Award, 

20/6 6 

I. 
Idiots, Imbeciles and Harmless Lunatics, 19 y 6 

/— 23 i 6 e 
Ignatieff (Gen.) no Official Visit to London, u w 

9e 

in Berlin, 7 m o d 

Leaves for Paris, 23 w 9 / 

in London. 17 at II /'— 21 w 9./-- 22 m 9 f 

Reception at the English Foreign Office, 

22 m 5c 
Impalements, Alleged, in Bosnia. 19 / 9y— 20 j 

6e— 23/7y— 14/n /— 15/5/'— 1 m 4e 
Imperial Credit Company, 24 j 7 a— 1 /7c 
Impostor at Liverpool, 26 / 6 (/ 
Import Duty, Official Return, 3^ 12 c 

and Export Returns, S m C b 

Improved Industrial Dwellings Company, 29 7 7 

J— 31 /7«— 7y 7e 
Improved Wood Paving Company. l-'/7 6—13 

f lOd 
Improving Away, 29j9/— 12y 12 « 
Inaction or Coercion, 20/9/ 
Income Tax, 16i9 e 
Incorporated Law Society, Examinutioiis, 7 m 

5e 
India and Turkey, 30/ 6 e 
Rubber, Gutto Percha & Telegraph Works, 

14 m 10c— 22 m 6« 
INi.IA:- 
Afghan, Russia and Great Britain, 6J $ d 

—10/5 6 

Arrangements for War, 27 J 5 d 

Conference in General llelations with, 10 



/5d 



5 a 



Raids of, 20/ 10 6 
Afridis Disturbances, 9y 4 a — 29y 5 a— 5y 



t India {rou tinned), 

I Appointments, 16/9/ 

I Army Armngements. 8 / 5 c 

I Bombay Sailors, Home Opened by ibe 

; Viceroy. 16 /9y 

: University, Annual Convocation of. 13 / 

\ 7 r 

' Budget, 26 /'o o -9 OT 5 <— 12 m 5 n— 16 m 

5 6—19 m 5 rt— 27 m 1 1 /— 29 moe 

Calcutta University, Meeting of Conv*x'a> 



tion, 1 7 m 5 (i 
Consecration of Bishops, 12 m 5 a— 13 m 

Cotton Districti, 6/6 c— 8/5 e 

Frauds Act, 20 m 8 c 

Cycle of Droughu Worked Out by Dr. 



Hunter, 26 f5a 

Note on, 28 /*6 5 



— Dearth in, 16/6/ 

— Decentralization of the Financiers, BilU to 
Effect, 26 m 5 ri 

Scheme, 19 m 5 a 



— Delhi, Imperial Assemblage at — Fe9t}«e 
Arrangements, 1/5 a — 9j 4 a 

' Account of the Proceedings, 8; 5 a 

Amnesty Granted on the Occasion, 15 « 

Od 

the Chiefs Assembled Telegraph Greet- 
ings to the Queen on the Assumption of her 
Title, 8> 5 c 

Cost of the Assemblage, 10/ 5 </ 

the Debatt on the Proceedings, Sj 5 c 

Display of Elephants at, 31 j 9 / 

Dissatisfaction Expressed by Many, 15 j 



5 a 



Festivities, 3^5 </— 8 i 6 c 

the Hindoo Press op the Honours Con- 
ferred. 8 / 4 /• 

Honorary Order Conferred on the Occa- 



sion, 2/5 /— 8 /5c 

Impend Emblems — Banners —SwonU 

and Medals Sent from England for Presenta- 
tion During, 1 7 6 6 — 2 / 5./— 5 »< 9 e 

Miniature Facsimile of the Medal to W 

Struck. 24 y 6 d 

Notes on the Literary Men Honouritl 



with the Star of India, 5j 9 J 

M. Val Prinseps Engaged to Paint tbt^ 



Ceremonials, 2jbf 

Prisoners Relea.«ed, Native and European 



on the Meeting, 4/5 d — 87 5 c 

Proclamation of the Queen as £oiprc<>». 

2 /5 a 

Col. Pulley Engaged for the IBvstroitni 



London News to Sketch the Ceremonial, 2 j 5 j 

Pyrotechnic Display at, 6 / 5 « 

Races During the Meeting, 8 j» 6 c 

the Russian Press on, 1 1 7 10 a 

State Banquet by the Viceroy, 8/5 fc— 

5 a 

the Viceroy's Speech, 30 / 8 rf 

Mr. Wheeler Appointed Official Historian 



15/ 



Atrocities Committed by, 6/6 c 



of the Ceren.onial, 9 } 4 a 
— Famine in. 24> 9/— 12/6 «— 18/ 7/— 26 
/5„_5 m5/— 12 m 7 a— 19 w 5a— 27 m 12 r 

a Coffee PUnter's Letter on, 16 m 4 ^ 

Lord Carnarvon's Desnatch 01^ Ifi « Uk a 



Mar. 31, 1877.] rAi.MKR*8 index to *' the timks'' NEWdPArEn. 



Iiq 



India (rontinued), 

Famine, Gazette Extraordinary on, 12/ 10 a 

Grant* for. 16^ 4 e— 15 /Si 

Notes on. 23 / 5 <— 24 / 10 </— 5/6 c—S 

/8rf— 21/5e-28m4e 

Official Despntches on. 20 / 5 a — 16 m 4 a 

- Documents Kel iti.jj; to, 22 ; 5 a— 28 m 



Ad 

Relief W«)rk». ("ost of, 18 j 5 e— 26 m 5 a 

Sir /\. Ti-ijii.lo*8 Progress Through the 

Various hiMrut.s. 2!»i5a— 5/5a — 19/6 6 

Front i<?r I>t:»turbance8, 15;' 5 a 

Govjf.iniont Currency Notes, Four Men 

Arrested fur Forging. l«./'9./ 

. History of, from its Earliest Times, 1 ; 3 « 

Imperial Mosque at Lnhore, the Viceroy 

Makes a Handsome Present Towards, 2jbj 

Inifort of Vines from France, 6j 6 c 

Duties. 29 m 4 « 



Khan of Khelat .Stvks Penct- with England, 

•26/5 a 
Treaty of Peace with, 5 iw 6 a 

Madras Agricultural College, 2J 5 f 

Small Pox in, 27 fbd 

Mahomedan Prophecy, 16 / 9 /* 

Miscellaneous News, 2/5/— 23 ; 5 tf—oOj 

6 6—27 w 12 c 

New Coin with " Victoria Empress " Is- 
sued. 8^ 6 c— 16; 9y 

Norman j^Sir Henry) Leaves for England, 

\2m5a 

Peshawur Valley, Distui bed State of. 20/5 < 

Conference at. 27/5 rf 



5 A 



Major Playfair Re-instated in Office, 26 / 

Pri8:m Management, Conference at Cal- 
cutta about, 15y 5 a 

Punjab College Raised to an Ui.ivcrsity, 8 



; 6 c 



Major Sandeman in, 20 m 8 r 



— QuickailFer IMscorered at the Tauna Creek, 
2j5r 

— Sassoon Spinning and Weaving Mills, First 
Working of, 16/9/ 

thi* Sepoy who Sliot Lt. Harris Sentenced 



to be Ilanijeil. 2 j .'. f 

Stol.czka Obelisk Completed. 2^ 5 /' 

Viceroy Installs the Maharajah of Put tiala, 

8 /5 c— 15/5 r»— 6/ 6 c 
Lays the Foundation of an Anglo-Ma - 

homedan College .at AUyghur, 8> 6 c— 15 /5 

f/— 22; 8 a— 6 /"Or 

Yakoot Beg of Kashgar. 21 m M a 

India Office Appointments, 14 m 7/ 

Indian CiYil Service— Retiring Members, 2C / 6/ 

New Regulations, 2/ 11 r 

Gorermnent Securities, Sute of Shares, in 

^vei-y day* 8 paper 

Loans. 27/^5/ 

Offices. Notices. 9 /9 e— 15 ; 6 h—20j 10 h 

-— Planters and Civilians. 267 9 e 

and Colonial Museums, 7 fbf—\^'m 9 e — 

21 m 10 / 
indigo, Sute of Trade in, 16y 7 c— 17 / 7 c— 18 

J 7/ 

Rpanish, Traile in, 27 / 10 /— 28 / 10 6—3 

H 10/ 



i 



I 



I 



Infant Mortality, Fearful Rate of, in the Convent 
in Carlisle Place, 26> 5 «— 30 ; 11 /*— 2/8 c— 
8 m 8 cf 

Notes about. I67 11/— 18^ 12 6—30 tb 6 6 

see Is FA XT Mortality 

Infants Food, 2 /* 8 c 

Infection by liail. 10 / 10/ 

How it is Spread, b fi e 

Infectious Diseases. Warning about, % j Q d 

Officers of Health on, 2\ 3 5 / 

Inhabited House D'lty, Deputation to Govern- 
ment about, 14 m ^ a 

Inman Steam Shipping Company, 18^ 7 c 
INQU£8TS: — 

on Joseph Amos, who Slipped from his Van 

and Fractured his Skull, 15^ 6 / 

on Frederick Ashdowne, a Suijide, 20 J 6 6 

on William Atkins, Found in the Thames, 

6 J 10/-'J/7 / 

on Mary .Jane Bailey. Burnt to Death. 24 j 6/" 

on Arthur Uakcr, Killed while ('leaning an 

Engine, 3> 9/ 
on Harry Baker. Killed by the Gale Blowing 

Down a Factory Shaft at Oare, 3 / dj 

- on Ada Barnes, Killed by the Falling of 
Part of the House her Parents Occupied, 4 / 5 /' 

on John Barr, Killed by Falling Out of a 

Train, 6/6^ 

on Charles Bath, Killed at the Grsat 

Northern Station. 24 ; 6 / 

on George Bell, a Suicide. 15/6 / 

on Percival Bennett, who Died of Hydn>- 

phobia, 23/12 CI 
on Janies Billett, ^ho Died from Police 

Neglect, 1 7 6 d 
on Miss Emma Boucher. Killed in Bed bv 

a (^himney' Falling Thi-mgh the Rouf on Ikt, 

24/11/ 
on James Brid re* wlio Died from Cancer of 

the Windpipe, a Suici iv. 21 m 10 6 
on Elizabeth Bright, Burnt to Death in 

Kentish Town, 27 / e 
on Phoebe Brown, who Died of Want, 81 

i6d 
on David Charles Brow'>e, who Di'^l froiu 

Corporal Pui.i^iniicut l.if.irti'i ut ji British 

School. 16 / 6 / 
on Miss Louisa G. M. Bruce, Killed at 

Ealing Station. 26/ fir 
on Rev. T. H. Bullock, who Died Suddenly 

in a Fit, 16 m 3c 
on William Burden, who Died in Prison 

from Small Pox, 2i» m 9/ 
on Itobert Burro\»tf, who Die<l from Hydro- 
phobia, 24/11 f 
on Wm. Fred. Byng. Found Dying in Si. 

James's Place, l.i / 5 ^ 
on Daniel Cad well, Killed at Tonbrid;;»j 

Station. 23 w 10 r 
on John Caniiody, who DU'd from Drinkinf^, 

24^6/ 
on Sydney Smith Cath, who Died from 

Collision at a' Rink, 2/ V2 h 

on Henry Cavendish, who Died in Prisoir, 



29 w 9/ 

— on Henry Geo. (^h.irlton. Sufif<)cate<) by a 

Lodirment of Potatoe in hij Wiiulniiw*. i ) n /" 



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PAUMKH8 INDKX T(» "THK TlMkS NK\V.SI*.\l*KK. 




InquMto (roiititmed). 

on a (}hild, who Died Suddenly in Clerken- 

well, 14 / 5 < 

on John Walter Ginch, who Died from 

Hydrophobia. 15 m 11 / 

on aol)t. Cole. Killed in a Quarrel, 8 w 8 c 

on John CoUey, Killed by a Stone, 26 /"B c 

on Ellen Collina. Killed by a FalUng Scaffold, 

8/6/-.l4 76« 

on Police Constable Cox, Murdered at 

Netherton. h f^f 

on Jttmoft Coiiper. Killed by Entanglement 

in Machinery. 1^ /Be 

on Ann Corrall, Found Drowned, 1 j 6 rf 

on Charles (k>ttenden. Killed by Falling 

into a Lug Boat at Ixindon Bridge, \jbf 
on Jane Crabbe, Found in the Serpentine, 

24 /• 1 1 /• . 
on Diana Cullingsworth, Burnt to Death, 

80md/' 
on Heuben Cuts, who Died from Chbroform 

when Under Amputation, 16^ 10 <i 
'— on Henry St. John Dagnell, a Suicide, 20 

on Mary Davis, Murdered at Birmingham, 

15 7 (>« 

on NVm. Davis, a Suicide, loj 6 / 

on James Day, Murdered by his Mother, 

23.; 5 r 
- — on a D<'8«1 ( hild. Found in an rndcrtakei's 

Warehouse. 7 J'G c 

on Kverett Desborou^h, Fi»und Dro«no<l, 



12/Orf 
— on Dickinson, an Engine Driver, Drowiufl 

in the Hiver Iris. UjGb 
on 1 honias Donaldson, who Died Suddenly, 

27;6e 

on Catherine Doran, a Suicide, 11 / 10 c 

on Alice and Wni. Henry Dutton, Burnt in 

the Fire in New Church Court, Strand, 16/5/ 
on David and F. W. East, Murdered by 



I heir Father. 27/6/ 

on Elizabet h Kd^worth, Found Dead. 17/66 

on Jane Kdwaras, who Died under Chloro- 
form in University College Hospital, 12 j -€ </ 

on Esther Edwin. Killed by a Signboard 

Falling un her in Holborn. 4 } 5/ 

on Mrs. Elizabeth Elliatt, Drowned by a 

Collision on the Thames, 8 m 11 /' 

on Huuii'hrey Ellis, Drowned in the Thames, 

12fM6A 

— on Mary Fantham, Murdered by her Para- 
mour, 27/5/ 

— on Wm. Fardell, who Died from Want, 28 
ui9 f ^ 

on Mary Hannah Francis, who Died of 

Apoplexy in Cheapside, 4 j 5 /— 12 /6y 

on John Froome, a Suicide 24 /1 1 f 

on Jas. Frost, from Attempted Suicide, 1 7^6 6 

oil John Gallant, who Dit d in I'rison, 30 



Inqueate 0-OHiinue</j, 

on James Gobey, a Suicide, 2/ 12 6 

on Oliver breen, who Died from an Orer- 

dose of Chlorodyne, 21 m 10 6 
on David Greenhill, who Fell into the Water 

at Sheerness Dock, S f HJ 

on Booth Greenwood, a Suicide. 10 m 7/ 

on Henry Grey, who Died fmm theBurating 

of a Varicose Vein, 5^' 6/ 
on Thos. Groomes, Drowned at-Camberwell, 

22>6 6— 27> 6e 
— on Eliaa Grove, Killed by Falling Oat of 

Window, 26 ; 9 e 
on J. C. Douglas Guy, Murdered by his 

Wife, 1 1 7 10 c 
on Frederick Hadley, who Died in Prison 

of SmaUPox, 24/'ll / 
on George Hambridge, Found Dead in his 

Bargr, 28 w 9 /" 
on Morley Harrison, a Surgeon, who Di.-d 

under Chloroform, 30 m 3 /* 
on Wm. Harrison, Killed by Being Jerked 

from his Cab in a Collision in Goodge Street, 

6/6 e 

on Emily Hart, Burnt to Death. 5j 6/ 

on Miss Mary Hawkins, Found Drowned, 

12 M.0^ 
on John Hay, who Died from a Blow in 

the Street, 28/ 12 a 
— on Ti o.-*. llaviies, Kill.d by Being Tliruwn 

Off a Cab. 8/6'/ 
««n .lihn Honlev, Drowned in the Docks, 

U\jWd 
-<m (^aroline llesketh, who Died an<Wr 



m'Sj 
on Azariah Gibbs, Killed by a Vessel 

'1 brown at him by hU Wife, 29 m 9/ 
— — on Samuel Giles, who Died in a Police Cell. 

12/5/ 
-^— on William Gilllngham, Found in the 



(.■liKirofurni, 2ii m \0 c 

— on Samuel and Jane Hickmg, the Murderer 
and his Victim. 16/5 e 

— on Edward Holluway, a Suicide, in Priaon, 
1 m 11 / 

— on fellen Hook, who Died in St. Pancras 
Workhouse from Neglect, 16/5/ 

— on Richard John Horner, who Died from 
Consumption Accelerated by an Inhuman 
Landlord, 13 / 12 c 

— on Emily Hoskins, who Died Suddenly, 23 
m 106 

on the Dowager Countess Howe, a Suicide, 



n-x.. 



is t 



31 >5/- 

— on Walter Humphry, Scalded to Death, 5 

J «/ 

— on Isabella Ingledew, who Died from Injur? 

Inflicted by her Son, 23i 5 r 

— on l^iary Aim Jackson, Crushed to Death 
by a Carriage, 15 t 6/ 

— on Jane Jarvi^s, Killed by a Fracture of the 
Skull, 24 / 6/ 

— on Frederick Johnson, a Suicide, 26 » 
10 c 

— on Alfred Jones, who Died from a Fractured 
Skull while in a Fit, 6/6 « 

— on Edmund Jones, Suffocated by Eating 
Bran. 6/6 c 

— on Vj. H. Jones, Killed by the Explosion of 
a Uocket at Brighton, 1 1 / 10 r 

— on Alfred Junes, who Died in the Streets, 

,sn/fj/ 

or iuiSt Kolrhor « ^iiifndp .^ im 9 / 



Mar. SO, 1^77.] palmku'8 indkx to tuk *^ timks " nkw-spaitr. 



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on John Kelly, who Died of Want in 

Whitechapel, 4/5./ 

on Edmond Kennedy, a Suicide, 22/5 e 

on Mary Kin^. Burnt to Death, 1 m 1 1 / 

on Honor Kipping, who Died from a 

Wrong Brug having been Administered, 7 

« 5 



— on l^aul Lambert, who Died in Prison, 80 
w8/ 

— on Mr. Bagot Lane, a Suicide, 16 / 6/ 

— on Charles Leary, Killed by the Kick of a 
I1(»rtk*, 23 M U) h 

on Ann Lo:it, Hun Over in Newgate Street, 



26y 9e 

— on Hi nry Lees, Killed at Westminster 
Bridge Station, 17/5 </ 

— OB Edward Leedermann, a Suicide, 20/ 6 ft 

— on Chas. Leppard, Killed by the Machinery 
atNorthfleet, 12 ; 5/ 

— on Alex. Geo. Lewington, a Suicide, 18./ 6/ 
on Peter Lilley, Killed by Falling from a 



Piece of Orange Peel. 80 i 6/ 

— on Emily Mary Ann Livesey, a Suicide, 11) 

jit 

— on Frederick Lowe, who Died in Prison, 80 
i6/ 

— on John Mah'^ney, Killed by Drinking 
Brandy, 8/6/ 

— on a Man, Found Drowne 1 in Hampstcftd 
No. 1 Pond. I .; G (/ 

near Hammersmith Bridge, 20/ 10 r 

in Regent's Canal Dock, 27 i 6 e 

in the Thames, 12/5 /*— 22/ 6 b 



on James Mason, Killed by Di inking 

Brandy, !«/ 5 / 

on Henry Mathar, a Suicide, 20 ; 6 & 

on Mrs. M'Kenna, Murdered by her Hus- 
band, 27./ 5/ 
on Alphonse Meurice, Found Drowned, a 

Suicide. 22/5 e 
on Thos. Moorman, Killed at Wincanton 

Station, 27 m 8 b 
on James Morgan, Scalded to Death by 

Bo ling Tar. 4 ;5 / 
on Amelia Murphy, who Drowned Herself 

from the Inhuman Conduct of a Woman 

Named Bates, 18> 7/ 
— on Michael Murphy, who Died of Want, 

6m 11/ 

on John Nash, who Died Suddenly, 12y 6rf 

on John Nicholson, a Suicide Murderer, 28 

/"«/ 
on Thos. Notwell, Drowned at Durham, 7 

/6 c 

on Ellen Nnttycombe. a Suicide, 8 m 1 1 ./" 

on John Padieii, Poisoned by Carbolic 

Acid, 25>9e 
on Mary Ann Painter, Murdered by her 

Paramour, 27 / 5 /* 
on Thomas Palmer, Killed at Shoreditch 

Station, 24 /6/ 
on Jamei Packc;*. \\\\ » l)!cd of Destitution, 

6111II f 

on Wm. Parker, Killed by a Fall, 5^6/ 

on Wm. Pass, Drowned at Kew, 12 m 6 ^ 

ran T C* I'aaww. V.ll..;! V... » 'l*.....*^ /'«.. 



Inquests (f^ntxwied). 

Passing Over him when Thrown from his Van, 
17^6 6 

— on John Pedler, who Died from a Fractured 
Ankle, 15 / 6/ 

— on John Pegg, Found Dying, 2/9/ 

— on John Pothecary, who Died from Want, 
16 m 5 r 

— on Joseph Poultry, Burnt to Death, 80 m 

8/ 

— on Frank Power, who Died of Small Pox 

in Coldbath Field Prison. 27/ 6 « 

— on Sabina Anna Powell, Burnt to Death 
while Smt>king in Bed, 1 / 6 ♦/ 

— on Thorn IS Powell, Murdered by his Wife, 
25/5/ 

— on Robert Prcndergast, who Died from the 
Explosion at Tyldesley Colliery, 80 m 3/ 

— on Chas. James Pyne, Murdered by a Fel- 
low Workman, 22./' 6 « 

— on Jos. Richards, Murdered in the Streets, 
24/ 11 /* 

— on Solomon Richards, Drowned in the 
Thames, 8/9/ 

— on Anna Robinson, Subbed in the Back in 
the City Road, 11 7 10 c- 25 7 5 ./" 

— on Mrs. Eliza Rogers, Killed by Falling 
Down Stairs, 28 m 9/ 

— on Wm. Henry RolUnds, Found Drowned, 
23 / 6 r 

— on Elizabeth Sanders, who Died from Suf- 
focation, 28 m 9 /" 

— on Mary Saunders, Murdered at Aston, 19 
; 6 €—24 ./ 6 f 

— on Samuel Sherwood, a Suicide, BjBf 

— on Alex. Simmonds, who Died of Typhoid 
Fever, 11 j 10 c 

— on Benjamin Smith, who Died from Injuries 
Inflicted by Major Buckle in the Street, 7 fSe 

— on Eliza Smith, who Died from Privation, 
5jef—27j6e 

— on John Smith, Killed by Slipping on a 
Piece of Orange Peel, 28 / 5 c 

— on Snelling, a Workman, Killed by the 
Wind Blowin.x Dawn a Facto-y Sh \ft. 3 / 9./ 

— on Mrs. Elizabeth Spellmnn, a Suicide, 25^ 
9e 

— on Charles Steers, who Died from Drinking 
Scalding Water, 29^ lOd 

— on Wm. Stevens, Killed by Machinery in 
New Street Square, \7 j 6 b 

— on the Sufferers by the Atlsey Railway 
Accident, 2^7 e— 67 6 e 

by the Explosion at Cwmtillery, 5 i 6 / 



— 9^7/— 18/6/- 

by the Fire in Famworth Pit, 27 7 6 e— 2 



/12 a— 9./ 6/— 13./'8 a— 16/9/ 

by the Morpeth Railway Accident, 29 m 



6tf 






on John Sullivan, Found Drowned, 16^ 

10./ 
— on Wm. Taylor, who Died of Privation, 18 

/ i\ / 
on Charles Terrell, who Died of Exhaustion, 

J4 mSd 
on Frederick Thomas, Killed at the Alham- 



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PALUICirS INDKX TO " TIIK TIMKJ* " NKW8l*ArKK. 



[Jail. 11^ 



Inqnesta (continued), 

0(1 Aspatia Thompson, Burnt to Death 

while in a Fit, I i G d 

on John Thompson, Drowned by the Up- 



setting of the Harriett Forteith Life-Boat, 16 

on Mrs. Mary Ann Thompson, Found 

Drowned, 6 i 10 /■ 
— on George Thorogood, Starved to Death, 31 

j b d 
— on James Todd, Scalded to Death in Pot 

of Molton Lead. Inj^f 
on Mr. Tompseti, Buried in a Fulling 

Building at Tunbridge, 20 i 7 / 

on Samuel Utting. a Suicide. 6 j fJ / 

on Henry Walker, Shot by a Poacher, 8/9/ 

on John Walsh, a Suicide 8 / 9 / 

on Capt. D. Warren, Killed at Waterloo 

Junction, HI j 5 (/ - 
on Wm. Watts, Burnt to Death by Paraffin 

Oil, 27 i 6 e 
on Mr. J. C. Wayet, Found Dying in the 

Bristol Royal Infirmary. 28/6 f 
on Mary Ann Webster, who Died Suddenly, 

4>6/ 
on Alice Beatrice Weight, Found Drowned, 

18^6/ 
on Wm. Whale, Killed m a Street Brawl, 

6 f^e 
on Mr. Wigginton, Starred to Death, 23 m 

10 6 

on Amelia Wilcox, Drawned at Sea, 24 ; 6« 

on Phcebe Williams, Drowned off Thames 

Haven, 29 m 9/ 
on a Woman, Found Drowned at Clapton 

Common, 12/5/ 

Under Suspicious Circumstances in 



the Lea Cut, 13/ 7 /— 1 7 ; 6 6 

Found near the Cricketers* Bridge, Re- 



gent's Park Canal, 7 f^c 

on James Wood, a Child, who Died from 

a Blow by his Mother. 3 / 6 / 

on Elizabeth Wren, Killed by her Hus- 
band, 25 ; 5 / 

on a Young Girl, who Poisoned Herself at 

Liverpool, 6 / 10 /* 

Insanity, Border Line of. 28 m 7 c^ 

Institution of Civil Engineers. Lecture at, 3 m 5 / 

Institute of Naval Architects, Meeting, 27 m 4 e 

Lectures Before, 24 m 13 / 

Insurance Companies, Return of the Prices of 
Shares in 1872 and the Past Year. 2 f 1 h 

State of Shares in, in every dny't p<ip^r 

Intemperance, Meeting of the Scottish Pres- 
bytery on, 22 ; 7 d 

Parliamentary Committee on, 27 jo d 

Interdict, 8«) j 3 c— 1 / 7 d 

Interesting Conveyance — Sale of a Wife. 19 / 8 6 

International Dairy Show at Hamburg, see 
Dairy 

Diplomas — English Phvsicians in France, 

27>8 6 

liecognition of, 19/9 f 

International Exhibition of 1851, Surplus Fund, 
Note on, 4i 10 « 

— at the Cap3, 16 / 5 ^—8 w 11 /— 20 m of— 
30 m 3 r/-3l m h e 



International Exhibition at Paiis Austria a&4^ 
;;o / 5 e 

Austrian Grant to Exhibitors, IS f» d 

Agriculture, Lord Skelmersdale to Bep- 

resent in, 3 /*4 e 

British Commissioners, 24/8 a — 25ift 



d-2(> / 8 c— 31 i 9/-.19/9 e 

China Assents to Take Part in. 23y 5 c 

Mr. Cun^iffe Owen in Paris, 1/6 c 

Denmark Decides not to Send to, 9 oi 5 e 

Foreign Commissioners, 29jSe 

Germany Refuses to Join, 24/ 5 c 

— of Philadelphia, Address of the States t* 
the Queen and Government for their Atten- 
tion During, 24 m 6 a 

Mr. ConoUy's Account of, 12 j Z d 

Engraved Vote of Thanks to Govern- 



ment for Leaving St. George*s Hoiise to Phila- 
delphia, 12/12 a 

the President of the Finance Presented 



with 50.000 Dollars, 23/ 5 A 
International Financial Society, 16 y 7 a — 27 7 T 

d— 30> 7 b 

Horticultural Exhibition at Oporto, '6ljSd 

Law, Memorial to Lord Beaconsfleld on 

Russia's Breach of, 5/116 

Mediation, Note about, 23 m 5/ 

Notices, 9 m 10 6 

Postal Union, Brazil Enters, 8 m 5 /* 

Spanish Colonies Enter, 9 m 5 e 

Prize at Turin Founded by Dr. Bres^a, 5 / 

Ila 
Intra- Mercurial Planet, 16 m 1 1 e— 29 m 9 e 
Inundations, see Floods 
Invasions, Possible, of England, see CoLLiKSoa 
Inventors Patents, Deputation to GovemmeDi 

about, 24 m 13 d 
Investments in the Funds, 16 j 4 e— 18i 6 /— 

11 /10 a 
Invitation to Burglary — Jewellers and Thieves, 

9i4ci 
Involuntary Travellers, 15 i 7/ 
Irby (Miss; on the Impalements in Bosnia, 23 

7/ 
War Victims in Bosnia, 24/ 5 e 

XBELANB:— 

Addresses to the New Lord Lieutenant, 1* 

/6 c— I /10 a— 8/6 a 

the Viceroy's J<eply, 15/ 6 c 



from the Various Societies, 8/6 a 



Agrarian Outrage— Attempted Murder of 

Mr. George Roe. 29 m 5/ 

•> — Cullen (C'ardinal) Refuses to Sanction a 
Demonstration in any Church on the Dcnttk 
of O'Mahony, the Fenian. 26 / 6 </ 

— Dublin. Public Entry of the lx>rd Lieuten- 
ant (the Duke of Marlborough) into, 11 i 5 « 

elastic First Drawing Room, I/IO a 

Grant of the City Hall for a Home 

Rule Meeting, 2.'» j \0 a 

Lord Miyor*.'* Banquet to the Jjcmf 



Lieutenant. 7 f\)f 

.Main Drainage Scheme. 30 w 9 a 

Prosecution of Maclean ft Co. for Sur- 



charges. 25/10 u 

School of Art, the I^ord Lieutenant Dii- 

tributos the Prizes. 1? m 12 o 



Mur. 31, 1^77.] palsiku's in^kx to *' tiik timks " NKw-ii'ArEK. 



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Ireland ('ontin"ef). 

Education Bill of Mr. Butt*s, Meeiingn 

about. 30 m 9 a 

Home Kub, 5 ; 10 rf 

Banquet to Mr. Butt, 6/106 

Catholic Students Present an Address to 

Mr. Butt, 271* 9/ 

Our Correspondent on, 27 J 9/ 

Election of Members of the Council^ 21 



fli d 

Meeting for the Admission of Members, 

6/10 b 

to Support Mr. Butt as Home Rule 



Leader, 29 > 6 /'--1/9 f 

Meetings, 20/6 e— 27 J 6 d 



Notes about, 7/9/ 

the United Irishman the Organ of, Dis- 



a 



continued, 26 m 

— Legal Appointments, 8/6 a— 12 /*7/ 

— Lord Lieutenant, Movements of, 29/6 f 
Holds his First Levee at Dublin, 31 > 9 /* 

— 1/lOa 

Mr. May Appointed liord Chief Justice, 2 



/6« 

I'opulation Returns, 9 m 10 6 

— Review of Events in, During the Past 
Year, 2 i 7 c- 6 i 10 rf 
Viceregal Cour', I / 10 a 



Irish Chief Justiceship, 9> 6 c~-ll i 11 c 

Bench. 23y 7 e 

Chuich Temporalities Commission, 16/9 

/— 20/8C 

Judicature, 22/6 c 

Peer, Election, 10 m 8 c 

Prisons, 29 w 8 6 

Savings Banks, 18 /"ll f 

Sunday Closing Bill, 26/ 1 1 /- 8 m II d— 

)3»i 4</~]9fn4c— 21 m 10 d 

Meeting of Working Men in Dublin to 



Protest against, 2 m G d 
Iron and (k»al Trade— Preservation of, a Lec- 
ture. 6m A d 

Wages, General Redaction in, 27 m 10 6 

Question in the North Amicably Settled, 

20/9/ 

Meeting of the Arbitration Board at 



Darlington, 30 ; 10 c-31 ml f 

of South Staffordshire, Annual Meeting of 

the Wages Board, 2 fbj—S w 10 c 

Workers* Conference, 10/ 1 1 rf 

and Steel Institute, Annual Meeting, 22 m 

10rf-24w6/ 

Itou (Rev. W. J.) on the Hatcham Case, 24 j 8 a 

Xronical Cheering, 12 m 10 a 

Italian Brigandage, 12^7/ 

Embassy at Paris, 16 m 5 c 

Soldier, 12j 8 a 

ITALY:— 

Antonelli (Cardinal) Papers Left by, 23 m 5 c 

Brigands, Arrest of a Band of Twenty- 
One at Palermo, 13/3/ 

— Capture a Son of Antonio Reina, 3 ; 6 c 

-^— — Signor Lansa, 2 f5e 

■ Leone the Brigand Chief Murders Two 
Persons at Monte Maggiore. 26/ 6 a 

in Naples. 16^ 10 *— 29 ; 5 < 



Italy frohtit'.'d). 

Caj o^s , KJgh h Century of. 2d J 5 */ 

('.irnivaJ at Ilome and Sudden Death of 

Si;,'nnra Marigrol'. D / 5 <• 
— Chanibor of Di-puiii'S. Biidjret, 28 m 5 d 

Clerical Abuses Bill, 24 j 5 0—2oj 6 e 

the rongregation of Cardinals Declare 

it Violates the Liberty of the Clergy, 27 J o c 
— King Victor Emanuel to be Visited 



wi'h the Greater Excommunication if he Ap- 
pends his Sijfnature to the Bill, 27 m i f 

Note to the Nuncios to Warn Foreign 



Powers to Prevent the Passing of the Bill. 19 
m 'i it 

Fishery Bill Passed, 20 / 6 e 

Llili a'y Grant Proposed, 21 m 5 e— 24 m 



I e 



5 d 



Parliamentary Disqualifications, 8 m 6 / 
Proceedings in, 24 ; 5 b—22/b tf— 22 m 

State of Sicily, 267 6 « 

— Circular of the Government on the Pope's 
Inflammatory Allocution, 2^0 m 5 c/— 29 m 5 d 

— Court News, d ft> d 

— Diplomatic New?, 6 m 5 / 

— and the E istern Question, 20 /6 rf 

— Elections, 9 j 4 c-S j 6 b 

— English Clergymen Enter the Roman 
Church, 17 / 5 r 

— Episcopal Jubilee of Pius IX. Pr p irationt 
for Celebrating, 20 / o c 

— Geographical ^ociety and African Explora- 
tion, 12 m 5/— 23 m ej 

— Green Book, 6 m 5/ 

— Import of Grapes, '&r., Forbidden, 26 m 6 6 

— Importation of Horses from Egypt Pro- 
hibited, 30 / 5 6 

— Imprisonment for Debt Abolished In, 8 /"S < 

— Juries, New I^w about, 29j 5 d&e 

— General Medici, his Advancement, 12/3 a 

— Miscellaneous News, 16 7 6 d^dj 5 a— 26 
/66 



Naples— Capt. Boyton Crosses the Straits, 
21 M 6 /• 

Assault and Kobbery on Mr. Scott in the 



Strada della Pace, by Three Ruffiians. 1 6 / 10 6 
Midhat Pasha at. 24/8 A— 21 m 6 / 



— Review at, 21 w 5/ 

— Paris Exhibition, Grant Voted for, 25/5 s 

— Pope (the) all Cardinnls Summoned to the 
Next (^onsistory, 8 /* 6 rf 

Address from English Catholics on the 



Elevation of Cardinal Howard. 28 m 5 e 

to Pilgrims, 9/5 t/- 10; 5 c—l IJ5 c 

Addresses to, 16 7 5 <f 

Allocution Sent to the Various Powers, 



20m5 s 

Distributed to the Cardinals. Hm6 d 

Translation of the Text of, 19 m 6 c 

the Engliiiih Press on, 27 m 6 e 

American Pilgrims about to Visit, l\j5d 

Appoints M. Nardi Secretary of the 



Congregation, 22 / 5 e 

a Prefect of the Vatican, 4 ; 6 <f 



Sn QS^.;!.. OA .'11./ at : c ^ 



Appointments by, 31 y 5 1/ 

Aranging to Fill up the Vacant Cardi- 



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rAi.sitn's inucx to "tiik timks '' NKWsrArER. 




Italy ^'untinuttl \ 

— roi»c(ilK») Arr:ingeiiiunt8 for Future Con- 
rliive?* Api»roved Jiv. H\ t il h-21 f (> r 

' An iiences ( nntcd bv, 20 / 5*«— 31 ; 5 c 

— 2/6«— «^5</ 
Hi'atification of Joan of Arc, 2fi/6 a 

ami Brazil. 9 / 5 c 

Brief on Political Elections, o f'nf 

Consistory to (lose and Open the Mouthd 



of the (Cardinals, i\ m o d 

to Create New Cardinals. 9 m 5 </— 12 



in o e 



to Confer the Ued Hat, 9 m 5 «/— 16 m 

Of— 31 111 8 // 

Death of Cardinal Nardi, 28 w 5 r 

Decree to Beatify the Marchioness of 



Canost-a. 9 m 5 a 

on KUction of a New, 24 / 5 rt 

Kmperor and impress of Brazil RcceiTed 



by, l.*»/5r— l7/5c 

Kicytk-cal to the Faithful of the Patri- 



archate of Babyl>n on the Offences of Joseph 
Aiidu. 6/5 r 

Episcopal Jubilee of. 26/6 a— 5 mh d 

French Catholics Present to» 13/6 e 

Pilgrims Present the Flag of Franche 



Comte and Purse to his Holiness, 3/ 10 £^ 

Good Friday Obsenrances. 31 w 6 e 

Grants an Audience to the Neapolitan 



Society of St. Alphonso, 2fljod 

Health of, 25 ; 6 c— 27 / 5 /•— 29 i 6 d— 



31 j 5 c— 1 /5 </— r> / 6 e—23 m 6 c— 24 m 7 e 
—26 m 6 6—30 mSd 

Cardinal Howard*s Address to the Pope 



on his Creation, 14 '" 5 e 

Mon»ignore Howard to be a Cardinal, 17 



/5 c— 27 f 6 b 

Irish Catholic Union Present a Copy of 



the Bull of the Immaculate Com eption bound 
Adorned with Previous Stones to. Ijht 

a Jubilee Allocution in Preparation, 23 



mb c 



Lenten Discourse, 12/6 d 

New Cardinals, 13 m 4 a— 14 ?a 5 d — 17 



m 7 6—23 m4a 

Saints, 9 m 5 « 

Year's Reception, Sj 5 c 



Papal Decree of Profession of Faith for 

Archbishops, 10 m 5 e 

Pilgrimages to be Organized, 24 m 7 e 

Prelates to be Creat^ Cardinals, 15/5 



c— 17 / 5 c— 19 /S/— 6 m 5/ 

l^resentation from and to the Comte de 



Chambord, 21 mS d 

Princess Massimo ReceiTes Audience of, 



16/5 d 

Proposes to Continue the Vatican Coun- 



cil. 12/5 <i 

Cardinal Simeoni's Circular to Delegates 



Abroad on the Late Allocution, 30 m 3 6—31 
m 5 < 

Students of the English College Received 



by, 8/5 e 

Submits Bills to the Congregations, 19 y 



5s 



ControTersial Questions to the Cardi- 



Ita!y {ronttt.ttedj. 

Home. Brazilian Pilgrims Expected at, 6/5 rf 

Carnival at. 22 / 4 e 

Sicily. Protests Against the Memorial to 

l^ord Derby on the State of. 27 i 5 c— 6y 9/ 

Southern, Weather in, 10 #w 9/ 

Tiber Improvements, 6 w 5 /" 

Treaty of Comiuerce with France, 10 /S J 

J. 

Jackson f J. P.) on Holly Berries. 16y 3 6 

Japan : — Defeat the Kagosuna. 5 m 5/— 6 m 5 f 

Four Insurgents Die by the " Happy Dis- 
patch," 16/7/ 

Insurrection in, 19 i 12 < 

of the Sarmaraio. \h/o d 

Obnoxious Tax Collector Murdered by ihm 

Farmers, i< / b d 

Result of their Exhibit at PhUadelpbia, 19 

j 12 € 

Sentence on the Rebels, 3 J / 6 «/— 8/5 d 

Silk Factory, \9J 12 e 

Title Bestowed on the Founders of the 

ShinshuSect, 19il2« 

and the United States, 10 / 4/ 



Mftia te\9 nttnald^rtttinn. "lA f h b 



Japanese Fans, 7 /'4 s 

Finances, 27jAd 

Jeddah, Sketch of, 4 ; 4 a 

Jersey Currency, 26 m 1 1 c 

Jesuits. Return of. 6 /5 r 

Jews Deaf and Dumb Home, Biennial Ball at 

Willis's, 20 m 8 r 

and the Eastern Question, 2 ; 6 e 

in Belgrade Protest against Dr. Saiidwi:h*s 

Charges, 9/5 6 
in the East, Meeting at Bedford abt>ut thft 

Treatment of, \7j t» rf— 23> 6 e 

Notes about, 18 > 6 6—27 j 6 6— 19 m 10 1 

in Rouroania, 2 j 12 6—5 j 10 /— G j 5 </— 

12 ; 6/— 16> 8 n- 1 7 ; 6 d— I8y 6 6 
in bervia. Notes about, 31 7' 6 c— 2/11 e — 

5/-4./-6/6/- 
Jewish Schools, Public Dinner in Support of. 1 i 

Johnson and AUsup, on the American Mail, I / 

76 
Joint Stock Companies, Parliamentary Return, 

22y 4 d 
Return of Insolvent During the last Seven 

Years, 10 m 10 a 
Jones (E. D.) on the Chinese " Mister," 10/9 / 
(^Lloyd; Lecture on Trade Unions, 19 in 6 6 

—22 mile 
Jorchant Tea Company, l\j 7 c 
Journal de$ DebaU, 26 m 9/ 
Judaism, Induction of Christians to be AUowed, 

2 mil/ 
Judge, Assault on One when Leaving the Court, 

17 m 13 a— 19 m 10 /*- 22 mild 
and Jury : the Sentence Changed by the 

Jurymen's Advice, 20 m 5/ 
Judicature Acts and the Courts, 3/ 10 <; 
Jury, Presentment of the Grand, at Chelmsford 

Assizes, 12 m 10 c 
Jurymen, Unjust Mode of Summoning, 36 ; 5 < 
Jute, State of Trade in, I87 7/— 24 ; 7/— 1/7 

d^2 r7 d-S / ZZ-ie/' 10 /•— 21 /12 c— I m 



Mar., ol, 1877. j i>ALHtsu's index to "tub timks " newspaper. 



lay 



« /— 7 m 10 6- 15 m 6/— 16 w 5 /*— 22 i» 6/— 

aim 10 c 
Joti;, Trial of a New Invention for \\orking, 28 

mile 

K. 
KniAar-i-Hind. Notes on. I m 7 /"— -2 w 4 /— 5 w 8 6 
Kaiisch (M.) on the Jews in Serria. 31 ; 6 ^ 
Keene(Ak'c) on the Kingsbury Steeple liaces, 

29; 10 ci 
Keeper of the Seals, Death of. 23.; 6 / 
Ki'kewich (Arthur) Law^s Delay, \'2jl\/ 
Kenealy (Dr.) at Hanley. 24.; 9 / 

at Bursleni. Riot, 2oj 7 / 

at Stoke on-Trent. Riot, 27 / 6 c 

■ Applies to Lord I)erby for Assistance to 

investigate Ihe.Tichborne Case. 26 j 10 b 
Kensington Gardens — Complaint of Cutting 

Large Trees Down in, 13./*3 e 

Gore Mansions Company, 16 m 6 6 

Kestell Cornish (Bp.) Hospital for Madagascar, 

30 M 3 « 
Kew Gardens, Refusal to Allow the " Cumber- 
land Arms " to be Removed, 5 tn 6 c 
Khan of Khiva Hands over his Territory to tha 

Caar, Sj o e 
Kimbcr (K<lni.) on Plumstead and Banstead 

(^omuums, 11; 9 e 
(Henry) and the Crystal Palace CJompany, 

21 / 12tt 
King (John) Sad Case as Mate of the Talisman, 

lOj 11 d 
King's Collesre. London. Annual Dinner. 19y 8 « 

Appoiniuu'nts. 27 /« 4 1 e 

Kirk ( Ji>hii) State of Zanzibar, ](i / 7 e 
Knavery rnd Superstition at Cervera, 2(> m 6 e 
KNIGHIHOOD AND BABONETAOE: — 

DrinkwHter, Wm. Luce, Knitjhty 28 jr 8 a 

Gill. James. Knit/ht, 2H m 8 a 

Medhurst. W. H.. Knipht, 28 iw 8 a 

Young. Allen, Knighton m^f 



Knightsbiidge Barracks, Note about. 23 j 5 d 
Kossuth (M.) on the Eastern Question, 13 ^ 4 e 

—27 7 5 a 

L. 
Labour Market of America, \ j 7 d 
I^dell I H. R.) Head Masters* Conference, 2 ; 6 e 
Lady Helps, 19.; 10./*— 23 j 60-^ f\f 
Lake of Geneva, 1 7 /« 7 / 
Lake (B. G.) on Commi'fsions on Sales. 2/4 e 
Lambert Fund, Charles Reade on the Closing of, 

11 m 12 a 
Lamleih, Degrees Granted, \Ctj 10/— 26; 9 e— 

13/11/ 
Lancashire Insurance Company, 6; 7 a 

. New Chief Constable of. 30 /// 7 t 

Landblips near Dover, 2t5 / 6 

at Bath. 29 ; 6 </ 

at Shotover Hill. 11.; II n 

Lange ( D. A.) and the Suez CanaL 1 y 1 1 / 

Langham Hotel Comoany, 15 /'7 « 

Lanyon ( — ; on Ventilation, 9 j 10 « 

Last New Ftilly — Imprisoning a Man for Not 

having his Child Vaccinated, 29 ; 6 c 
Latin Treasure Trove, 17/4 d 
LAW: — 

Actions in Common Law, see Civil Actioys 

.. ij. ■ ia the Superior (.'ourt8,«sf^ Ct^'^iL AcnoNft 



! 



Law (roftthvieU). 

Appeal C'ases, ttee House or Lords 

C*rimin»l C>ases,««e Mjddleskx Sebsioki 



Bankruptcies, see Bankruftcies 



- Bankruptcy Court C'ases, see Bakkruptct 
Court 

Banquets by the Bar, to the New Judges, 

17;o(i— 5 /6a— 6 /9« 

Calls to the Bar. 27 / 1 1 /-~29 ; 6 r/ 

Cases in the Admiralty Court, see Admi* 

RALTY Court 

in the Probate Couit. see Civiu AcTtoxa 

before the Provim-ial Magistrates, see 



Police 

— Chancery Division, o »w 4 e 

Cause List, 2 m n / 

Chambers, 16 w 4 c — 10 m 8 d 



Circuits, 22 ; 6 rf— 6 /* 11 d^7 J M « 

Codification of, 16./' 10/ 

Consistory Court, see Arches, Ac. 

County Court Cases see Civil Actions 

Court for the Con^ileration of Oown Casts 

Reserved, see Criminal Trials 
Days of Sittings of the Courts, in eoertf 

dti^^s paper 

Dividends in Bankruptcy, see Dividends 

Divorce Court see Divorce Court 

Ecclesiastical Cases. seK Arches, &c, Cocwt 

Estates in Liquidation, see Estates 

High (/ourt of Justine and Counciller Mar* 

ten, 26 / 8 6 
Lord .Mavor*s Court Actions, see Civil 

Actions 
New Ifi.sh Lord Cliief Justice— Mr. May, 2 

/•6a 

Queen's Counsel, 8/ 9*;— 9 thf—Xo fie 

Notices of Sittings. of the Courts, in ecertf 

day's /infter 

Privy Council Proceedings, see pRivr 

Council 

Scotch Bench and Bar, t-re Scotch 

Sequestrations, see Bankruptcies 



Spring ( ircuits, 9 ; 1 1 e 

State of Business in the RolK 5 /* 10/ 

Suits in Chancery, see Civil Actions 

Surrey Assizes. 6/ 12 ^i 

Trials in the Criminal Court, sec Criminal 

Trials 
Law's Delay, M / 6 /•-.12 ; 1 1 /"-13 ; 7 /'-1 6 ; 

12 c— 18 / 6 r/— 19 ; 10 /— 20 1 6 r~2(\j 4/— 

80; 10 A— 5 fAf^'df 12 a— 16/4 e 
Law and General Life Assurance Society, 28 m 

10 a 

Life Assurance Society, 5/7 a 

Reversionary Interest Society, 24 m 13 a 

Union Fire and Life Insurance Company, 

23 m 6 a 

Lawlessness and its Consequences. 12 / 7 / 
Lawrence- Ha mil ttm (Dr. J.) on Art in Hospitals, 

29;7/-10/o« 
Laws of Health. Lectures on. 27 / 6 <f 
Lawson (Sir Wilfrid) at Carlisle, 23 j 6 d 
— ^ at Cockerinouth, 3 /'6 c 

at I'>linbnrgh. 30 ; 5/ 

lyay Grievances. Note about, 15 /6 /• 

Martvrs* Memorial at Stratford, Appeal for, 

26 / t t'' 



kft 



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PAIJIBK*S IKDKX TO '* THE TIMSS ** NEWSPAPKR. 



[Jan. I ft^ 



l.t'E i^Hev. Simrox) on Holly Berries, 17/7 f 

an Interdict. 30 ; ;^ e—l fld^b / \) /' 

J>«ad.nhall Maiket, Price Sale List. 1 i 7 c—C^j 

7 c— 15; 7C--20 ; 7 /— l'7j 7 ^--S /'7 i*— M> / 

7 €—17 / 11 </— 24 / 10 e— 3//! 10/— 10 iw 7 / 

- 17 wi 8 h—24 M 13 r-3i w 7 / 
l.e Ferre & Co., on ibe New Tower Bridge, 29 / 

t) / 
liEADINO AETICLTS:- 

Admiralty Administration. 7 m 9 c 

Alabama Keward Surplus. 8/96 

Alsace-Lorraine, lX*plorable State of, 16 

oj9^ 

Ancient Monuments Bill, 8 w 9 e 

Anglo-Maboroedan College, 22^ 9 rf 

Arlsey Railway Collision, iijd d 

Aruiy Estimates, 27/9 rf— 6 m 9 e 

Arrest of Mr. Tooth, 28 > 9 e 

Artisans* Dwellings Acts. S\ m 9 d 

Lord Beaconsfield in his New Position, 30 

Birmingham School Board. 20 j' 9 c 

— Blue Books on Turkifh Affairs, 10/9 c 
< n the Conference, \2j9 b 

Block in the Chancery Courts, 12/ 9 c 

Board of Trade Heturns, 8/9 rf 

a Bonapartist Senator, 12 »i 9 6 

Bridging the Atlantic, 27j9d 

• — Mr. Bright on Temperance, 4 / 9 r 

Burns' Statue at Glasgow, 20 ; 9 d 

Canada. 23 m9 c 

Catile Plague, 30 mOd 

Charity Organization. »9 m 9 c 

Chinese Kmbassy, 25 / 9 « 

Labour in California, 30 / 9 c— 15 *« 9 </ 

Civil Service Estimates, 16/'9 c 

Coal Supply. 8 / 9 </ 

Colonial Marriages Bill, 1 w 9 c 

Commission at Washington, 19/9 /# 

Compromise at Washington, 2tJ /9c 

the C^mte de Chanibaud, 8 m 9 6 

Conference on the Eastern Question. 2/9 

6— 4> 9 <i— 8 / 9 a-9/ 9 a -12 / 9 a— 10 / 9 a 

— 24>9fl 

Circuhir of Russi i on, 3 /*9 <i 

the Crisis, 13 / 9 a 

End of, 22/ 9 a 

Protocol of the First Meeting, 2/9 a 

Protocols of, 8/9 6 

Withdrawal of the Ambassadors, 23/ 9 o 

Coi flictat Washington, 28/9 d 

Constantinople Conference, 10 /« 6 

Cost of the Colonies. 17 w 11 d 

Costs in Poaching Cases, 7 m 9 e 

Crown in Private Council, 1 7/ 9 a 

Cyclone Wave in Bengal, 3 ; 9 c 

Death of Gen. Changarnier, 16 /9 c 

Debate on the Eastern Question. 21 / 10 a 

" Declaration of Paris, Sm 9 c 

the Delhi Proclamation, 2 / 9 « 

Diplomatic Prospects, 15 /'9 o 

— Discipline for Truant Scholars, 22 / 9 c 

Disputed Presidency of America, 17 / 10 ^ 

Drainage and Navigation, 26 m 9 6 

Druids at Oxford. 3 / 9 a 

J^rd Dufferin on the Duties of Governor- 
General, 2/9 6 



Leading Articles (imith-uedj. 

Kastern Affairs, 1 j 9 6—5 / 9 a — 16 / 9 /*— 

19/9 o— 20 , 9 v.— 20> 9 a— 27 / 9 a—'^Oj V " 
—5 tu 9 a— 7 Ml 9 6—13 m 9 a— 14 m 9 6—1". 
,„ 9 o— 21 m 9 6—22 m 9 o— 24 m 12 a— 29 m^a 

Dileiuma, 18 j» 9 a 

Question, 10/9 6—13/ 9 c— 16/ 9 i— 



19/9 o— 20/9 a— 23/ 9 6—2 m9a 

the Debate on, 24 w 1 1 «—28 m9 a 

Ecclesiastical Offic^es and Feei Bill, 28 / 9 d 

Prosecutions, 27 ) 9 c 

Kdinburyh Review on the Eaatem Question. 

nj9a 

Elbeaf Chamber of Commerce, 18 / 9 6 

Elementary Education in Ireland, 17 m iX*^ 

Emperor of Germany and the Qerman 

Army, 14/9 < 

the Emperor William of Germany, 22 m U i 

England, Italy and the Vatican, 15 m 9 4 

English Church Union, 1/9 c 

Coal Mining, 25 / 9 df 

Invalids and French Doctors, 8/ 9 r 

and Foreign Trade, 15 nr 9 e 



— Extraditiyn Case, 18y 9 d 

— Fall of Midhat Pasha, 6 / 9 a— 7y 9 c 

— the Floods, 15/9 e 

— Foreign Trade of France, 27/9 c 

— Free and Compulsory Education in Fr«toov. 

8/9 rf 

Trade and Protection in Anstmlia. 14 m 9 ^ 



— French Bar and Bench, 18 / 9 c 
Budget, 9/9 c 

Finances, 31 w 9 6 

Legitimists and the Chapello Expiatuiiv. 

24/8 6 

Politics, \j9d 

Sugar Duties, 16/ 9 c 

Tariff, 21 m9d 

Treaty of Commerce, 28 / 9 c— 10 » V ' 

r- r. English Cotton Spinners, 12 //i 9 d — 1 7 

m lis 

— Sir Bartle Frere and South Africa, 24 ) :« 
</— 2 w 9 c 

— M. Gambetta and the Committee of Finai.o- 



29 / 9 c 

— General Ignatieff, 6 m 9 6— 12 m 9 « 
9 Q— 17 Mil 6 20»i9 6 

in England, 30 m 7 6 

— German Budget. 26 / 9 c 
Emperor's Speech, 24/9 o 



k; 



— Germany and Alsace-Lorraine. ^ m *A h 

Mr. Gladstone at Frome, 28 / 1> c 

and Sir W. Harcourt, 29 j 9 a 

on Preaching, 24 m 1 2 6 

and our Treaty Engagements, 17 / iv 



— Col. Gordon. 29 / 9 6 

— Gothenburg System, 5/9 c — 14 ut% d 

— Government and the Eastern Question, l 
/9a 

Burials Bill, 14 m 9 e 



Greek and Slav, 5 / 9 c 

Habitual Criminals, 7 m9d 

Hatcham Case. 15/ 9 </— 18 / 9 d 

Mr. Hayes's PoUcy, 18 iw 9 5 

and the Senate, 29 m 9 c 

Health of the Pope, 8/9 c 

Healthy Houses, 11 > 9 d 



Mnr. 31, 1877,] rALMER's index to " tiik timbs" newspaper. 



Left 



Leading ArticTds (continued), 

Horae Kule, 6 / 9 c 

Hospitals, 27 ./ 9 « 

House ol Commons and the Eastern Ques- 
tion, 26 m 9 a 

of Lord?, 9/10 6 

Hugo, Victor, and r*o«is Blanc, 27 m9 d 

Hungerford Afunler*, 22/^ e 

Huntemn OiaJiin. 15y 9 i* 

India and Uw Delhi Assemblage, 1 ; 9 a 

Indian Kii l-it, 16 w 9 6 

F:iiMi cs. y J 9 6—15 / 9 6— 23^ » 6—5 ./' 



Leading Articles (continued), 

Our Treaty Engagements, 14/9 6 

Paris Exhibition, 1 m 9 a 

Parliament and Eastern Affairs, 14/9 « 

and Foreign Affairs, 8 / 9 c 

Parliamentary Notices of Motions, 9/10 d 

Prospects. 10/9 a 



9 6— 21 / in d 

Famines and Finances, 17 j 9 6 — 12 w i» r 

Finance, 14/ 9 rf 



Infant Mortality, 12 ; 9 rf 

Ireland in the Past Year, 3 ; 9 d 

Irish Bench, 26./ 9 c 

Chief Justiceship. IO7 9 « 

Judicature Bill. 20 / 1) r. 

Law Reform, \tj \i d 

Society, 1 m ^ e 

Sunday Chwing Bill, 13/9 </ 

Iron and Steel Institute, 29 m7 d 

Italian Finances, 29 « 9 6 

• Government aod the Papacv. 30 m 7 r 

King Alfonso*s Progress thrutgU Spiiin, 10 

Lake Shore Railway Accident, 2^ 9 d 

Land Tenure Bill, 22 w 9 rf 

Law Reform, 31 ; 9 6 

Law's Delays, 17> 9 </ 

Sir W. Lawson and the PermissiTe Bill, 31 

— — Local Administration, 10 m 9 « 

London School Board Budget, 2 /*9 </ 

Water Supply, 1/9 rf 



^ the Long Firm, 19 m 9 rf 

— LfOrd Marcus Beresford and Money lenders, 
tSm^e 

— Louisiana, 11 y 9 c 
Sir John Lubbock, on India and the Colonies, 



13>9c 

Maritime Rights, 5 m 9 6 

Meeting of Parliament, 30/9 a— 5/9 a 

— Members Out of Parlianiont, 2 /*9 /» 
Midhat's lA'tUT to the Sultan, 21/10 6 

— our MUitarv Organization, 17/10 c 
MinisteriafCrisis in Turkey, 7/96 
the Ministers at Liverpool, 26 / 9 6 
Modern Architects, 26 m 9 d 

Ships of War, 5 to 9 c 



Parties in the United States. 6 /9 rf 
Peace Negociations, 23 m% a 

Prospects in South Africa, 20/9 d 



— Pere Hyacinthe and W. de Muntelambert, 
23m9i/ 

— Dr. Petermann on England, 4 / 9 r/ 

— Dr. Lyon Playfair on the Profession of 
Teaching. 16 79*/ 

— Politics and Religion in France, 12. 1 9 6 

— the Pope and the Vatican Council, 17 / 10 */ 

— Population of France, 24 /*9 6 

— Pi>r*u -al and the Slave Trade. 19 / 9 c 

— Possibihty of Mediation, 13/9 6 

— Postal ^Statistics, 2.; 9 c 

— Presidency of the United States, 2i f9U 

— President Grant on Resuming Specie Pay- 
ments. 5 / 9 r 

Hayes Inauguration, 6 m 9 e 



.; 



- Prcbidential Contest, 6)9 6—17 ; 9 c— 19 
^d 

Settlement, 22/9 6 



Movements of Troops, 27 m 6 a 

Mr. Mundellaon Work and W.iges, 7 /*9 rf 

National Assembly of France, 11^96 

Naval Adminisiration, 81^ 9 rf 

Navy, 19 ; 9 6 

— Estimates, 18 m 9 rf 

— and Torpedoes, 22 m 9 < 

New President of the United States, 3 w 9 6 
York City Debt, 2 « 9 e 



— Prince Gort8chakoff*s Circular. 9 wt 9 /i 
Prison's Bill, 12 7-9 c— 16/9 6—24/9 r— 

2}}t9rf 

— Prospects of Peace, 10 / 9 6 

— Protection in Canada, 27 m 9 e 

— Public Income and Expenditure, 28 m 9 // 
Opinion and f he Crisis, 1 1 i 9 a 

— the Queen and the Chinese Envoys, 9 f lo e 

— Railway Accidents. 5y 9 d— 2b /« 9 rf 
Arbitration, 9 }9 d 

Commission. 1 /* 9 « 

Dangers, 20 tn J e 

Passenger Duty, 26 /'9 rf 

— Mr. Rathbone and the Working Classe«, IS 
^96 

— Recent Criminal Trials, 9 m 9 e 

— Recruiting, 10/ 9 c— 22 fd c 

— Mr. Claro Heed on Turkey, 27 / 9 6 

— Release of .Mr. Tooth. 19/9 rf 

— the Revenue, 1 »i 9 rf 

— Revenue Returns, 1 j9 c — ij 9 6 

— Revival Of the Protocol. 30 m 7 a 

— Russia and the European Powers, 27 m V ^ 
and Turkey, 6 / 9 n—22j 9 a 



Russian Circular, 7/9 a 

— Opinion on War, 6/96 

— Policy, 31 / 9 tt 
Protocol, 31 m 9 a 



Sir Stafford Northcote at Liverpool, 25 y 9 a 
Obligations of Itailway C^ompanies, 16 m 9 s 
Opening of the First Ottoman Parliament, 
20 « 9 c 

of Parliament and the Queen's Speech, 8 



/ 9a 



Royal Speech. 9 fU)r 

Lord Salisbury's Mission, ] f9 f» 

the Sainbrero Company, 28/ y « 

Sr. Patrick's Day, 19 w 9 a 

Scotch Business in Parliatncnt, 26/9 6 

Serjeant's Inn. 24 y 9 rf 

Servia and the Porte, 27 /*9 6 

Sicily and the Italian Parliament, 6/9 <; 

Sir Jung Bahadoor, 3 /w 9 e 

Slade Proiiecutitm, 30 j 9 rf 

South Africa, \9J 9 e— 18/9 e— 21 m^ ^ 



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rAUMKIt » IKHKX TO " TMK TIMI-:* NF.W.SPAMKR. 



^n. Ito 



ILeading Article! {ronttvuefi). 
— South African Difficulties, 30 m 7 </ 
^—^— Carolina. 31 wye 

Eastern Railway, 20/ 9 rf 

Metropolitan Floods, ft.; 9 c 

— ^ Spi>cche8 of Liberal Members, 10 / 9 a 

— Specie Payments in the United States, 1 / 
96 

— ^ Spiritualists* Prosecution, 80/ 9 i/ 

— Spit head Forts. 27 //i 6 a 
Stocit Exchangee. 21 «• 9 c 

Lord Stratford de Hedcliffe on the Eastern 

Question. 3 / !i A 

• Subu: ban Kace Meetings, 29 ^ 9 e 

Suez Canal. 13 ;9</ 

Temperance Legislation, 20y 9 b 

— — Thames Floods, h m9 d 

M. Tliiers and the French Armj, 6 w 9tl 

Thomas r. the Queen, 13 w 9 e 

Mi. 'I ildcn's Income Tax, 25 j 9 b 

Training of Teachers. 3 w 9 flf 

Treatment of Unliied Piisonera, 24 m 12 c 

—28 w 9 c 

Treaty of Paris. 8 m 9 r 

Turf kcciprocity. 21 / 10 e 

Turkey. 2« /'9 a 

and Serria. 28 /"Ob 



Turkish (^apital. 23/9 c 

Campaigns of Kussia. 28 /*0 c 

Two Al'o<uii«in«. 11* w 9 /> 

Twycross r. Grant, la / 'J f/ 

L*nire<l States I'olicv, 8 m 9 </ 

i:niver>i;ie8 Hill. 2(i /I) /» 

Valuation of Property Bill, 9 « 9 U 

Walcrford Klection, 24j 9 r 

Weather and the Floods, Sj^O 

Leaping Niaprara, 19 m G d 

learning a I'rade — School Shops, S fi h 

lAjather, State of Trade in. 3i 7 «— lOj 6 c— 17 
>7r-24i7/— 31 J 7/— 7/7 f—14/lOc— 
21 / 12 r— 28 J 10 b—7 w 10 A— 21 m G /— 28 
m V)r. 

Lectures on Preaching— Mr. Hale of Birming- 
ham Api)ointed Lecturer at Yale University, 
24 7 5« 

Le<lwhor.sky(Canlinal) Served with the Acts 
of Accusation of Offences in Germany, \ foe 

Ijee (C. .1.) on the Bank of London Liquidation, 
\0j6ti 

Leefe ^O. A.) on the Title Deeds in Chancery, 8 
JV2 6 

t^enB (\V. Naosau) on Kaiser-i-Ilind, 2 w 4/ 

Le^al Appointments. 17 ) 9y 

Clubs. 19/ 7 c/ 

- DifBcully; 19/5 « 

Examinations. 12 ; 5«— isy 10«— 12 / 11 y 

-^15/6 b— 8 w 11 d 
LelimHun (Frctl.) on the Waterfnnl Election. 25 

; 10 a 
I>|.h on (John) British Copyright Abroad, 12^ 

4 u 
lA-nnox (Lord Henry) Health of, 9y* 11 a 
lx;nten Penances. 22/5/ 
Ltirrrier(M.)SuvpecielNitra- Mercurial Planet, 

him II e 
Levi (Le<me^ on Work and Wages, G fG n 
LinWlifies of Husbands. 12 <:» f 



\ 



I 



\ 



Librarians, Conference of, at Philadelphia, 27 ; 

9/ 
Licenced Victuallers Natiotial Defence League, 

Annual Conference. 1 / 6 / 
Friendly and Protection Society, Meeting 

at Birmingham, 20/ 6 (f 

School, Annual Ball. 31 J 7 6—2/6 a 

Licensing of Public Houses, M f5 d 

Lichfield Cathedral Restoration, 20 /*6 c— SO at 

12 a 
Liddon f Canon) on the Impalements in Bosnia, 

23 / 7/ 
Liebig Extract of Meat Company, 21/12 6 
Life Insurance Companies, 11 / 7 A 
Life- Boat Services During 1K7G. 2/ 11 /* 

New Station at Wick. 24 f9/ 

Lincoln (Bp. of) and his Chancellor, 1 / 6/ 
Letter to Canon Hole on the Engliah 

Church Union's Opinion of the Public Worship 

Regulation Act, I87 8 « 

Waggon and Engine Corapanr. 5 w 7/ 

Linxctd Oil, State of Trade in. 2^7 b 

Lion Brewery Company, \ fl d 

and I^eopard Fight at Pesth, 2 » 9 /"— 6 m 

Lion's Den, a Lady Enters One in Tolosa, 28 / 

r» /■ 

Liquor Tiade. 3/8 a 

Literar>' Predictions. 6 /* 12 a 

Lite a'nroW Will-. ?. n 11/' 

Lit*leli.d"M on the Thuuies I'hurch Missiiin, 2d /' 

G6 
Liverpool. Annual Meeting of thelaberal Party 

at. 20 w M ti 

Avcmtre Agreement. IB / 5 /"—IS / 7 6 

Banquet to Sir Stafford Northcote, by the 

Ma vor at, 26 / 6 a 
Standard Marine Insurance Company, 17 / 

7 o 
Tvro Banquets to the Poor of, by the 

Ma vor, 24 / 4 / 
Unveiling the Statue of Mr. W. Rathbone 

in Sefton Park, 2 ; 9 /* 

and I^ndon and Globe Insurance Conopany, 

21/12/? 

Livesey (George) on Commissions, \0j 11 / 

Church Dispute at, 16/ 10 rf 

Livrngstonia^-Telegram from Mr. Young, dO j 

9/ 

News about. 3/6 n 

Ke$ume of the Labours of Lt. Young, 3/ 

en 
Local Government Board and St. Paocras, I /* 

7e 
Cost of, 23 /« 4 6 

Museums — Conference at Birmingham to 

Obtain Government Grants for, S j ij 

Ix>ndon (Bp. of) Movements of, 80 j"' 9/ 

t Association of Firemen, Engineers and 

Draughtsman, Annual Dinner. 19 m 11/ 

Asiiurance Corporation, Change of Mana- 
gers. 12 nt 7 n 

Meeting, 23 m 6 e 

. - Bridge, Notes about. A J 4/— 25^ 12 b 

Fever Hospital. Annual Meeting, 12/6 e 

Royal Donations to, 16 w 9/ 

l*inn: c'.n] .\«*so(M,ation. 27 f 7 f 



Mar. 31, 1877.] PALwwt'a inukx to " tiik timk.-s " NKwsrAiKK. 



N.r 



Tendon General Cab Company's Directors Giro , 
a Supi>er to their Drivers, Oj 4 a | 

Institution, Lectures at, 6/4 a — 16 ; 6 n — 

2G / G«— 30> 6 d— 5/4 e— 12 /? </— 3 w 4^-- 
211 w 4/ 

as Accessible as a Free Library, 2 m 10 6 



— National Society for Women's Suffrage, 
Meeting at Blackheath. l^ m 9 /' 

— Omnibus Company, 3/7 c— 8/7/— 22/7 d 
Parochial Charities, 21 m 9/ 



ShopGiris, 20jb f 

Small Property Trust, 6/7 d 

Society for Extension of University Teach- 
ing, Annual Meeting, I «. 6 A 

Univcrsiiy, Li^t of- Candidates Passed Ex- 
amination. Ill ; 6 /— ;il ; ^ c-3 / 10 « 

Meeting «)f Convoca ion, 17 / 10 « 

Tuffneli's New Scholarships, 29 m ii f 

Warehouse Companv, Meeting, 23^ 7 d— 

13 w 11 d 

Welsh Auxiliary Bible Society, Meeting, 

36 / 10 d 

and County Plate Glass Insuranco Com- 
pany, 19 f7 d 

and Middlesex Archseological Society, Mr. 

Price's Lecture on, \4 f7 f 

Mr. Walfords Lecture at, 16 » 6 / 



and Pn)vincial Marine Insurance Companv, 

12i 7 c— 25; 6 n— 8/7 e 
Longevity in W: r ha^i District, 16 7 5 f 
Lord Privy ScbI, tho Present Holder of that 

Office has not Received the Salary Attached 

to it, 10/9/ 
Lorimcrs' Company Banquet, 23 ; 5 c/ 
Lo 8 and Recovery of £6,300 in London, 24 / 9/ 
Lo«t Opportunity— Col. Gordon Leaves for 

ERypt, 6/ 4 a 
Lovett (S. R.) on Small Pox in St. Giles's, 1 j 

11 (C 
Lowe (^Robt.) on Drunkenness, 23/5/ 

and his University, 27 fB d 

on Oxford Examinations, 26 / 8 6 

vE. J.) on the Floods, 2/ 10 6 

Lowther (— ) at York, 24.; 9/ 

Low^her ( — ) at York, on tho Eastern Question, 

1 1 ; 6 </ 
Lowy (A.) Jews in Roumania, 5^ 10/— 12 / 6 / 

^19m 10 <; 
Lubbock (Sir John) I^ecture on Plants and In- 
sects, 22 /• 6 d 

on Aiits, 30 ; 9 /* 

Head Mattel's' Conference, 2 j 6 « 

at Maidstone, \l j d 

Lucan (Lord' Health of, 17 /'5/ 

Luggage Robberies Abroad, Notes en. 4 i 7 6 

Luther Museum, Committee to Form in the Old 

Augustine Convent at Wittenberg, 19 ?n 6 a 

M. 

Macadam (Dr, Stevenson) on Butterine, 12 m 4 6 
Maccoll (Malcolm) on th3 Alleged Impalement<i 

in Bosnia, 20 J 6 e-23j 7/— 14 /* 11/— 15y o 

f—i in 4 e 
Macdonald (D. S.) CailUle Place Orphanage, 

28; 11/ 
Mackenzie (A.) on the Dominion Telegraph 

Companv, .^.) / 7 It 



M-Candlish (J. M.) on tlie Fugion of iho Scotti: h 
Union and Scoitisli National Insurance Com- 
panies*, 21 /•12 />» -22/7 h 

M-Donncli (Dr. liobert) on Untried Prisoners, 
27 m 6 e 

MOorman (Major) on the Liberal Leader's Cir- 
cular. 24 ;■ 12 c 

Machine Made Watches, 1 1 ^ 4 « 

Magyar and Serb, 8 / 3 n 

Mahoraedans and Christians in Syria, 21/10/ 

Maidfttone, Drainage in, 26^ 9 e 

MAILS:- 

I ? 10 «?-2 / 6 /— 3 / 6 /-4 i 5 <f— 5 / 10 / 

—Ci 5/— 8i i: c—dj 7 «— 10 J 6 e— 11 > 7 e— 
12/6 I?— 13y lOr— 15; "Or— 10 /5e— 17/ 5 
/_1S J o / -I9i 10 6-20 ; G d -T2j 6 r-2a / 
6 r—'H i o «— 25 ; 6 / 26 j 6 d— 27 y 7 /— 29 
j 6 e-30 / 6 e-31 ; 5 e-.l / 5 c-2 /6 /— 3 / 
6 ;— 5 / 7 /'~6/'6r— 7/'6€— 8 /•6 c— 9/* 11 
" -10/5<i -i2/6 6—13/8 c— 14/10 «— 15 



fi- 



/•6«— 16/5 A-17 / 5«— 19/'6//— 20/6/*— 
21 / 5 c-22 /'6 €-23 f5 e— 24/ 5 /'-24 f 10 
e_26/'6e— 27y ll a— 28/6/— 1 niof—Sm 
10 /*— 6 w» 10 A— 7 m 5 e — 8 «i */— 9 m 5 /*— 10 
m 6 f—lS i/i 11 c & /— 14 »i 5 /— 15 «i 5 /*— 16 
,„ 6</_17ot 12<f— 19 m 6 «— 20 m 11 a— 21 m 
6 /— 22 m 5 e— 23 m 5 /*— 24 m 10 /"— 26 m 10 
b— 27 w 6 c-28 m 7 /— 29 m 8 c— 30 m 3 e— 

81 m6« , ^ ,. 
Indian. Conif^nints on the Delay m Deliver- 
ing. 25 ; 6 a— 26 > 7 6 

Loss of the Hyson Green Bag, 26^ 10 d 

Southampton v. Plymouth, 20j 5 f 

for Sweden, 2 ; 6 / 

United States and Liverpool Chamber of 

Commerce, 6/9 e 
"Mainland " and Vancouver Island, 16 ; 4/ 
Malta— Gmin Taxes in, 27 m 6/ 

Miscellaneous News, 9/ 6 6— 16^ 6/ 

ShipNews,20y5c-30i6 6-6/5/-.15/ 

6d—\em\0d 
Man Found Drowned in the Thames, 22 / 6 6 
Mance Heliograph, Note about, 25 ; 10 b 
Manchester Chamber of Commerce, 3 w 10 e 
City Coiircil, Meets for the First Time in 

their New Buildings, »/6 6 

Fire Assurance Company. Sj 7 h 

-. — Royal Infirmary, 26 m 9/ 

Account of. \j 4 a—b j 12 a— 9 j 6/ 

Tidal Navigation, 3 w 10 « 

— . Town Hall. Paper on, 22/5/ 

Tnwle. see Drapery 

Mangold (D. W.) on German Degrees, 24; 5/ 
Manisty (Justice) Dinner to, by the Bar, 22 / 10 d 
Manley Hall, Company to Form it into a CrysUl 

PaUce for Lancashire, 16 w 6 r— 20 m 10 « 
Manning (Cardinal) Lenten Pastoral, 12/6 c 
Mansion House, Ball on the Majority of the 

Lady Mayoress's Sister, 2 J 9 «— 11 ; 9 e 

Banquets at, 15 »i 8 5—16 m 9/ 

Juvenile Ball, 27 9 e- 31 i 5/ 

Lady Mayoress's Receptions, 6/9 f 

Mrinv '• Fittest." 2«; m 9 /' 

Marine and General Mutual Life Assurance 

Society, 9 »i 6 a 

Society, Annual Court, 10/7/ 

Mnriii nc InMiran<c Company, 13/6 ''— K / 7 



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a INDEX TO " THE TIMES NEWSrAI'EB. 



[Jftn. 1 U| 



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Maritime League for the Resumption of Naval 
High's by Great firitam, Aunual Meeting, 24 
Joe 

M.VBBIAGES: —In consequence of the Regis- 
trar>General having a complete Alphabetical 
List of all Marriages in the Briti>h Dominions, 
al^o of all Marriages of British subjects abroad, 
whicli can be inspected at any lime at the 
office in Somerset House, it is not deemed ex- 
pedient to insert the minimum lists as adver- 
tised in the Times, 

Grosvenor, Lady Theodora, 9 w 9/ 

Guest, J. Merthyr, 9 m 9^" 

Chapels Hegistered for, 878 c — 13 j 6 a — 

17>8A— 24>8c- 27;8a— 8y 8 6— JO f%a 
—21 f 5 /— 8 m 8 a— 10 m 8 c— 21 m 8 c— 24 
m 18 s— 28 m 8 6—81 m 8 r 

How they are Made in London, 21 j \2 b 

Law of Hindostan, 6 «i 4 i 

with a Deceased Wife's Sister, Bill in Par- 
liament, 80 m 9 <f 

Abp. of Paris, his Lenten Pastoral against 

Marriages with Nieces and Sisters-in-Law, 12 
Jbd 

in a Synagogue, Interrupted by a Tele- 
gram, 12^ 11 d 
Marrot (M. Aug.) on Wafers, 6/ 10 A 
Mars, the Planet, and the Sun. 21 m 11 6 
Marsden (H. J.) on the Indian Famine, 24 7 10 cf 
Marsden Liberal Club, Mr. Jacob Bright In- 
augurates. 15/4/ 
Marten (— ) on the Eastern Question, at Cam- 
bridge, 16/4/ 
Martin (R. F.) Two Leverets Just Bom at East- 
bourne, 16/5 e 
Mason (Hugh) on the Anglo-French Treaty of 
Commerce, 1 2 m 6 e 

(George) Silkworm Culture, 26i 4 a 

(S. L.) on Colour Blindness, 1/116 

Massorah, the, 2 m 4 s 

Matthews ( Charles) False Report of the Illness 
of, 2(> m 9/ 

(C. J.) Books Without Hands— on an Au- 
tobiography Compiled Without Knowing it, 



10/6/ 
s (Rev. G. 



E.) Chinese Printing Press, 80 



Maule 

m2 d 
Mauritius Land Credit and Agency Company, 

23 m 6/ 
Meat, Price of. Weekly Report, 29 j 7 f 

American, see Ambuican 

Mechi r J. J.) on Fire Grates, 25 J 6 c— 30 j If 
Medical Appointments, 5 j iO a — 20/6 d 

Conjoint Examinations, 20y 12 6 

Officers of Health and Infectious Diseases, 

24^5/ 

Women, 8 w 12 a 

Medway, Floods from, 9y 4 a 

Melanesia, New Bishop of, 9 /* 11 a 

Mercantile Failures from 1*866 to 1876~Mr. 

Seyd*s Statistics of, 1 / 7 a 

Marine, 18./ 4 /' 

Merchant Banking Company, 21/12 c 

Marine Insurance Company, 23 j 7 a 

Meredith ^^Geo.) Lecture on Comedy, 5/4 « 
Merry (Geo. J. T.) Central Criminal Court and 

Provincial Cases. 1 G / S n 



MeUls, State of Trade in, 2/7 6—3 j 7 e— 4 j T 

d—hj 7 c— 6 j 7 c— 9 i 7 <f— 10 j 6 c—Mj 7 c 

— 12 ; 7 e— 18 / C rf— IG / 7 c— 17 / 7 c— 18 / 7 

/-.19y 7 r— 20 / 7 /— 28 j 7 d—24J 7 f-Zoj 

6 «— 26J 7 e— 27> 7 e— 80 / 7 d—Slj 7/— 1/ 

7 d-2/7 <f— 8/7 «— 6/7 «— 7y 7 c-^SJ 7/ 
_lO/7e— 13y 10 rf— 14 / 10 c— 15/7 «— IC 
/lO/— 17/ 11 c/— 20 red— 21 /•12 c— 22/ T 
/— 2*8/ 10 6-27/ 10 Z'- 28/ 10 6—1 wi 6 /— 2 
tn 6 6—6 m 10 rf--7 m 10 6—8 m 6 c— 9 m6f 
— 10 iw 7/— 13 m 11 rf— 15 m 6/— 16*1 5 /"— 
17 m 8 6—20 m 10 6—21 m 6 /-22 w 6 /— 2.1 
m 6 6—24 m 18 c— 27 m 10 c— 28 m 10 c— 29 m 
7 6—30 m 5 d 

Meteor. BrilUant, at Clifton, 20 w 11 /"— 22 si 10 r 

—23 m 6 s 
Meteorites, Mr. Sorby's Lecture on, 12 m 10 6 
Meteorological Diagram of the Week, in eoer^ 

Thursday* s paper 

Society, Monthly Meeting, 22 / 10 c 

Annual Meeting, \SjbJ 

Metropohtan Asylums Board, Meetings, 26/10 

<f— 28/lly— 2«»«4/ 
Board School Teachers* Association, Anaual 

Soiree,27>6 6 
Evening Classes for Toong Men, Annual 

Meeting, &c., 3/10 e 
KETBOPOLITAK BOARD OF WORKS:— 

Carlisle Place Orphanage, 3 /'6 e 

Cattle Disease, 3/ 6 e— 10 m 6 /"— 17 m 14 «' 

26 m 4 s— 29 m 7 ^ 
Debates on the Floods, 18 i 6 e—20J 7 e— 

\0/\0d 
Financts, 20 / 7 e— 3 / 6 <— 6 m 8 o— 17 m 

14 o— 29 m 7 /• 

Finslury Park, 3 /"e « 

Fire Brigad* Report, 27^ 6 d-lOf 10 </— 

26m 4 s 

Labourer's Dwellings, 10/10 rf 

Loans Granted, 19 / 11 e 

- Meetings, 6 / 10 /— 13 ; 6 «— 16 i 6 6—20 / 
7 e— 27y 6 </— 3 /6 n— 16 / 10 d—ldj 11 «— 
17 m 4 a— 26 m 8 a— 26 m 4 «— 29 m 7/ 

New Street to Charing Cross, 26 m 4 « 

Plumstead Common, 27 1* 6 d 

1 hames Embankment, 20 7 7 e—27j 6 d 

Water Supply of London, 3/6 c— 24/7/ 

Metropolitan Charity, Monthly Statement, 5 j 

lOe— 1/7«— 1 m lOe 

Commons, 28 wi 4 / 

Fire Brigade, 21 m 11 e- 28 m 4 /* 

Free Hcspital, Civic Grant to, 2 m 6 «— 25 

m 8 c 

Hospital Sunday Fund, 20 / 11 / 

Pauperism, Weekly Return, 4/4 /—1 1 j 

10/— 18i«e— 25/ 7/— 1/12 a— 6/7/— 15 

/7 « -22/ 12 a— 15 m 6/— 22 m 9/ 

Rates, 6/ 10/* 

Waters, Dr. Tidy's Ratums, 2j 11 rf— 81 j 

7/ 

and National Nursing Association, Meet- 
ing, 22 f\2a 

and City Police Orphanage, 19 m 6/ 

MEXICO :— 

Account of the Revolution in, 3 1* 8 a — 17^ 5 <i 

the American Consul at Acapnlco Arreated> 

30 m 3 d 



Att 



Ma»*. 31, 1877.] palmkk's indkx to •* tmk timks " nkwspai'ku 



Moa 



Mexioo (ronttnvecf). 

Attempt to Stab the Abp. of Mexico, 2^ /' 

Custom's Tariff, 19^ 7 a 

Senor Diaz the Recognized President, IG 

m 5 e 

Elections in, 7/5 « 

Kew President, 28 /5/ 

President Lerdo Escapes, 2jl\d 

War News, 1 j 6 /— 9 j 6 d-25 / 6 e-80 j 



Th 



Senor Tglesias Abandons the Contest for 



the Presidency, b mbf 

Asserts his Claim, 19 m 6 6 



Michaelsiown Evictions, Notes on, 27 m 11 /— 

28m 7€ 
Middlesbrough High School, Mr. Pease Presents 

m New BuUdings for, 16 / 10/ 
Liberal Association, Meeting to Celebrate 

its Formation, 6 / 6 /# 
Middlesex Conservatirj Registration Association, 

Annual Meeting, *J2/ 12 a 
Hospital, Grant of an Hydraulic Lift to, by 

Lady Percy, 6 ; 10 e 
Middlesex Sessions and the Assistant Judge, 23 

/ll d 

Donations, 6 ; 10 e 

Dul 0/ V. St. Giles's Board of Works, 5/ 1 1 c 

Suburban Races, 26 ; 10 d 

Milk, Typhoid, Cases, 24 m IS / 

Mill (John Stuart) Original Let ers of, to Sir 

Samuel B^nthamy from the Shejfitld Telegraph, 

16/4 « 
Millbank. Meeting to Widen, \Bj6h 
Milton (John) Demolition of the Hou^e of, in 

Westminster, 4i 8 cf~9 m 9/ 

(Lord) Illness of, 15 j 6 6 

Mineral Oil Lamps, 14 m 10 e~16 m5c 
Miner's Wages, Reduction of. 7 J 9/— 21 m 10 cf 

a Fortnif^ht's Notice Giren, 20/6 / 

MININa IKTBLLIGENGE .— 

Business During the Week, I i 7 b—Sj 7 r 

—15 ; 7 a— 22 ; 7 6— 29^ 7 6—5/7 6—12 /" 7 

6— 19 /• 7 a~26 / 7 a— 5 w 7 6—12 m 7 a— 19 

SI 7 6—26 in 7 6 
St. John ('el Rey Mining Company, Sud- 
den Depression of Shares, 20 fS 6—21 f\2 a 
^^ State of Shares in Foreign and Colonial 

Mines, in every dajf*t paper 
Ministerial Dinners, 1 m 9/— 8 m 8 6—16 m 9 /* 

—22 m 9 J 
Movements, 1 j 9y— 6 ; 9 «— 10 ; 9 /*- 15 j 

9 /•— 29y 9 f—S\ ; 9 s— 2 fS «— 6 m 9 s— 24 m 

li rf— 27 m 9 r— 28 m 9/-30 m 7 «— 81 m 9 / 
Missing Picture from the National Gallery of 

Berlin, 27 m 9y 
Mitcham Common, Id / 5 / 
Modem Pactolus— the New River Company, 13 

Monetary Commission at Washington. 5 m 6 6 
Money (J. W. B.) on the Indian Famine Com- 
missions, 6 /* 6 e 
HONEY MASEET :— 

Alexandria Harbour, 2 /" 7 6 

American Railway Bonds, 21 m 6 6 

Argentine Confederation. 16/7 6—8 /* 7 r 



Money Market O'ontinued). 
— Average IJise mid Fall of Stocks, 6/76 

Hankfrs* Ia>:iii8. lo f'7 ./— 16 /" II a 

ha. Silver, 1 1 j 7 ^i— l-V/ 7 u— 19; 7 a— 24 

- - Bill)) on India, Allotments of, 28 / 7 a— 25 
/6a -26 7 7 o— 8 /^ <i—22 /'7 a— 8 m 6 a— 
13 «i 11 «f — 22 w 6 ii - 29 w 7 « 

Tenders for, 4/7 r— 1 1 / 7 a— 18 i 7 .-— 

25/ 6« -1 / 6 ri -15 / 7<#— 22/7 a— 1 m 10 
„«l8 ,n a /»— 15 m 6 <i^22 m 6 a— 24 m 13 ti 

Brazilian Finance, 8 w 6 a 

Bnenos Ayres Loan, ly"7 6 

Bullion and Specie Exports. 9 m 6 n 

Market, 16/7 6—1/7 6— 8/7 c— 29 m 



7 li 

Calcutta and Bombay Rates, 26j 7 a 

Canadian Affairs, 22 in 6 6 

Cape Loan, 26^ 7 6-17/11 c— 24/10 a— 

8 m 6 c 

Chinese Imperial, 12/7 6 

Colombian Bank, 2/7 c 

Christchurch Draina^t? Loan, 23 / 7 6 

City of Hamilton Bondd, 24 m 13 6 

of Wellington I^an. 22J 7 

Dock Warrants. 30 m 5 a 

and Eastern Affairs, \ j7 a 

Ecuadorian Loan, 1/7 6—14/10 h 

Egyptian Bondholders* Grievance, 22 j 7 a 

—3/ 7a 

1 Stock, 26 / 6 6— 14/10 6—16/7 6—16/ 

116— 14 m 10 6— 17 w 8 6 
Unified Debt. 9 / 7 a— 12^ 7 c— 24 jhh 

—23/^10 a— 26 /•7 a 
Exports of Gold, 19 i 7 o-9 m 6 «— 16 m 

6 a 

Fluctuations in the Value of Money During 

the Past Year, 1^76 

Gauteraala Debt, 8 m 10 «— 14 m 10 6 

Gold Taken to the Bank, 6 i 7 a— 15 j 7 a 

—22/7 a— 26 /*7 a— 5 m 7 a— 8 m 6 a— 23 m 

6/1 

Grand Russian Railroad Shares, 1 / 7 e 

Greek Loans. 15 w 6 6—20 m 10 a 

Import of Gold, 8 ; 7 a— 47 7 c— 5 j 7 a— 9 

j7 n—\OiQ a— 12^7 c— 18 i 6 6—16 / 7 a— 
18 / 7 a— i9 J 7 a- 23 / 7 «— 24 / 7 a— 26^ 7 n 
—29 / 7 CI -bO ; 7 a— 1 /*7 fl— 2 /'7 a— 6/7 o 
^Tf7a^9f 11 6— 10 /•7 a— 18/ 10 a— 16/ 

7 o__i6 /• 11 a— 17 /• 11 c— 19 / 7 «-20y 6 6— 
27/lOi/— 1 m 10 a— 2 TO 6 a— 5m 7 a— 6m 10 
a— 8 m 6 a— 18 m 11 a— 14 m 10 a— 16 m6a 
—17 TO 8 a— 19 IN 7 a— 20 m 10 a- 21 m 6 a— 
22 ut 6 a— 24 m 13 a— 27 m 10 a— 29 m 7 «— 
30m 6 a 

Indian Exchanges, 8> 7 a— 12 J 7 r— 16 » 7 

a— ISy 7 a— 20 / 7 a— 24> 7 a- 29> 7 a— 3 f 
7 a_iO /•7 a— 16/11 o— 23 ^10 a— 24 /"lOo 
—7 w 10 a— 27 m 10 a— 28 m 10 a 

Loans on Treasury Bills, 17 m 8 a 

New York Debt, 1 m 10 a 

Zealand Harbour Loan, 22 m 6 a 

Loan, 26 j 7 a— 2 m 6 6—9 m 6 a— 30 

m66 

Norwegian Loan, 20j7b 

Ottoman Debt, 14 m 10 a 



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PAI.Mir!? INDFX TO " TUK TIMKS NKWarATKR. 



[J«n.TW^ 



l!oney Blarket (mMhi.u*- i). 

i4 y Hi. I -\:»l 7 ^-IG / 11 A — l7/i: c~lO/* 

7 </ — I .*> ih ."» «* 

TiiTuviau Loan. 24 /" 10 /> 

I*»>nuj(UCf*o Markft, 27 / 7 a—l m 10 a 

Iv'tWs of Loans from Day to Day, 3 m \0 d 

for Money Cuncni on the ''hief Foreign 

Alarkc'ts, :> ; 7 A— 12 > 7</— 19 iH'^2Gj 7 /#— 
2/7 r~y / 1 1 r—n;/ 1 1 h—2:\f 10 />— 2 i« 6 
A— 9 w «; A -16 iM <» A— 1'3 w/ C ^^ 

Iii%er l*Iare Affairs, 7 y' 7 a 

HusMan Stock. 24./* 10 n 

Silver Market, 1 / 7 a —'^ j 7 n—h i 7 n — 9 

/7 fi— 10; U/i -I2> 7 r--ia>l>/»-U»; 7 n- 
17/7 «-20 7 7 a— J4 j 7 «— 25 > G /f-27 / 7 
«— 80j 7 «-3! / 7 C/-2 /• 7 f/— ;i / 7 m— 5 / 7 
a 6/ 7a-8 /^ ii~9 /' 11 6—10*/ 7 ♦/—l^ / 
10a— 14 /Idrf— 15 /"7rt— 16/11 ri & A— W/ 
6 A— 23 /• 10 /I— 28 /• 10 o— 1 w« 10 u & c— 3 m 
10 </— 10 w 10 *f— 16 m 6 /I— 20 m 10 n— 21 m 
li a— 23 /« U «/— 24 « 13 «— 28 m 10 a— 30 m 
6 n 

Snn Francisco. 1 m 10 6 

^hipmentH of Specie, I /7 a 

South Australian Govertmient Loan, 14 /* 

10 6 

Spani>h Stock, lOj 6 b^22j 7 a— 25 j 6 6 

Stagnation in, 2 ; 7 ct— 6 /* 7 a— 8/7 a 

State of the Market, t« «r«>-y c/n^y V ;#o/;er 

Stock Exchange Scandal, nee Stock 

Swedish Loan. 18; 7 A— 20 j 7 f> 

Treasury Bill-j, Form of, 22 w 6 e 

Turkish AflFairs, 7 / 7 a 

Issue of Notes, 6/7 n 

United States Bonds, 12 ; 7 c— 26^' 7 « & A 

— 12 m 7 fl— 17 w 8 //— 20 w 7 «i 
Market, 24/10 A— 17 w 8 A 



— Venezuelan lionds. 2 «i 6 A 

— Viceroy Loan, 6 / 7 A 

— Victoria Hallway Loan, 8 w 6 c 

— Withdrawal of Gold for Ahroad, 1 / 7 a 
— 8> 7 a—oj 7 a—^j 7 o—Hj 7 a—^ ) 7 a— 
10/ 6 a— 11 j 70—127 7 c— 16i 7a-17;7 
a— 187 7 Q— 19 / 7 fl— 20 ; 7 n— 22 j 7 a— 23 
y 7 rt--24 / 7 CI- 25 7 G o— 26 / 7 a- 27 j 7 
a— 29 ; 7 a— 30 ; 7 a— 31 ; 7 a—i / 7 <i — 
2 /• 7 a— 3/ 7 a— 6 / 7 a— 7 /"a- 8 f 7 o— 9 
/• 11 A— 10 f 7 <i— 12 / 7 fl— 14 /• 10 a— 15 
/ 7 a— 20 /' 6 A— 23 / 10 a—Uf 10 a— 28 
y 10 a— 2 w 6 a— 3 wi'lO c/— 6 w 10 0—7 m 10 
a— 9 m 6 a— 10 m 10 «— 12 m 7 a— 14 w 10 a 
— 16 m 6 a— 19 w 7 a— 21 m 6 a— 23 in 6 a— 
24 m 13 a— 20 w 7 A— 29 »i 7 a 

- from the Bank of France. 5 f7 a 



Monkland Iron and Coal Company. 14 »i 10 c 
Monument of the Fharoahs, 12 /'8 a — 15/6 c 
Montenegro and her Neighbours, \Sj A d 
Moore (George) Meeting at Carlisle on the Me* 

morial to, 9/4/ 
Moots Arguing a Question in Grays Inn Hall, 

1973 c 
More Sundays— Proposal to Reduce the Week 

to Five Days, 80 w 4 6 
. . (G. O,) on the Law's Delay, 11 i 6 /— 13 j 

7/ 
^ ,;Dr. J. E.) on the Koyal Manchester Infir- 

poafy, 97 6 / 



Morgan ^Tlionias) Taper Rea«] at the Britl»k 

Archa?(>l«i;{ival Association on the Kuius of 

Mycei.aj. 9 / 1 1 ; 
& C^o., en the Revival of an Old Fonu of 

Swiudliii;;, 15; d 
Moriey ^Uenrvj History of the English Novel, 

6/ 4 a— 13 }7 f 

(John) on trades* Unions ny 4/ 

( l'rofe!»j*or) on tlie LflFi-cts of the Freiirfi 

Revolution in Englibh Literature. 2i> / 10 « 
Morris (Uev. F. 0.)t>n the Scotch Naturalist. 25 

/ 8 c 
Mortality in a London Orphanage, II /Si 
Mori lock v John) Art in Hospitals, 31 7 o « 
Moscow University, r22nd Aaiiiveisary of lis 

Foundation. 5/4 e 
Motherwell (C. W.) on the Philadelphian and 

Reading liailwav, 30 / 7 6 
Mundella (— ) at Shemeld, 31 / 6 A 

Oil the Working Classes, 6 / 6 « 

Municipal Bribery. 07 li>c 

Pennanent Investment Building Sodetr, 

22 f7 d ' 

Muntou and Morris on the Ca^e of Johnson r 

Oedit Lyonnnis. 16 / 11 a 
Muntz's Metal Company, 12 m 7 A— 22 m 6/ 
MUEDEES:- 
of Coustantine Antopro, Stalibed by a 

Frantic Sailor, at Live^fHxiL 26.7 9 e 
of Constable Cox, At Neiherton, Arrest oi 

the Murleiers. 227 /O d-Uj iif 

of Mary Davis. At Birpningharb. 167* 6 e 

of Drewitt and Shorter. Police OflScers, at 

Huiigcrford— DonatKH^ for the Families, f 7' 

6 J— 30/6/— 8/11 /' 
Upwards of 6 or 7,000^er8on8 Subscribe 

to the Fund for the Families. 7^11/ 

of Mi:«8 Duncan, at Nunhe«d. 31 j»j 9 / 

of Arthur D; son, at Sheffield, Notices, 1 j 

Gd-ii inj 
of John Edington, Killed by a Fellow 

Lunatic in Haddington Asylum. 1 1 / 5 </ 
of Minnie Fantham, by her Paramour, and 

Suicide of the Murderer, 26 / 9./ 
of Constable Fletcher, by a Soldier, in 1875 

26/9/ 
of Mrs. Georgal, by her Son, at Clichy, 19 

m6/ 
of Wm. Grimes, a Sailor, Stabbed at Livfr* 

poul, I j 6d 
of Mrs. Hicking, by her Husband, and 

Suicide of the Man, 18/8 *•— 16/6 e 
of Emily Holland— Reward to the Dis- 
coverer of the Murderer, 10/7 fc 
of Dr. James and Mr. Thomgren, in Now 

Guinea, by Natives, 247 6 A 

of Noah Johnson, War Office Notice, 227 7 6 

Note about, 23 7 6 /* 



of Madame Lachand, in Paris, 19 m 5 / 

- — of a Labourer, named Saimders, at Peng* 

29m 9 e 
of Mrs. M*DougalI, Murdered by her Hua* 

band, 29 m 9 e 
of a Man, Unknown, near Cassop Waggon 

Way, 20/6/ 
of the Master of St. John's School, Maid* 

stone, by hif* Wife, 10 7 9y 



M r. 30, 1^77.] fALMEH's IMUKX TO TIIK *^ TIMKS " NEWdl'AI'KR. 



Wfcv 



ur Faioier Mcv. while Hiding in a Car with 

his Wife, near Kiiltout, 23 /'o « 
of George Norton, a Gamekeeper, near 

Market Dra>*to:i, 15/ G« 
. of Bp. PattertQn, New York Her'tld on, 10 

of Thomas Powell* at Birmingham, 23 i 7 cf 

«-^- of John Uush, in a Quarrel, at Edinburgh, 

2 / » e 
— of Marj Saunders, at Aston, 17/7 t — 18 j 

. of Elizabeth Shaw, an Infant, at Preston, 



20 mil 6 

— of Two Soldiers, at Delhi, while at Play by 

the Lossiog Comrnde, 6/G c 

Children, at Berkhamsted, by their Fa- 



ther, 26/9 /*— 27/5./ 
Note about, 2 m 10 d 



— of a Woman, at Paris, and Attempted Sui- 
cide of her Paramour, 26 m 5 d 

Confession of the Murdel^r, 5 j 5 e — 5 j 



12 a 



— Attempted of Dunne, by Galoozher, at 
Lirerpool, 1 ; 6 </ 

of Miss Bcssley and her Father, at Dray- 



ton, 16>10/ 

of Susannah Lord, 16 ; 10 /* 



Murderous A0ray, on Board the l^uUiana, 9 m 

lUc 
Music in Munich. 3i 4 « 

fur the Blind. 20 m\ f 

Lecture on t e Nature of, 2'2 i 7 d 

Musical Nuisance, 17 ' ^ « 

Mutual Life Assurance Society, 22/7 e 

. Tontine (Westminster Chambers) Astooia* 

tion, 12 m 7 6 
Myceua, Antiquities of. tee Ahtiquakiah 
Myers and Son, on the Old Masters, 16i 4 s 
Mysterious Disappearamtc^ of Bark, Notes iq 

Transit, 1 1 > 6 6 

N, 
H*pier and Sons' Manne Engineering Works 

Sale of, 15 m 5/ 
K«ples, Assault on Mr, W, Scott in, by Three 

Men. XSj 10 b 
Nares (Sir Geo.) Paper on the Result of the Last 

Arctic Kxpeditiot), 27 m 6 </ 
JJatal, Frontiers of. Notes on, 18^ lOA— 23y 12 </ 
Colonial Hcceipts and £xpendi.,ure in. 29 j 

6e 

Provident Instituti<m, 7/7 a 

Kational Art Society, H»./ 7 6 

Assurance Company of Ireland 2Q fT d 

Benefactor— Wni. Smith, 24> 7/ 

Deb^ Ofllcial Notice, 24 m i^J 

Discount Corapaay, 4 i 7 c— 15 / T a— 18; 

7 d—\ w 6 «-l m 10 c— 17 m 8 c 

. Edjucatioo League, Meeting to Close, 7 ui 5 / 

, Food Collection, iOJdf 

Freehold Land Company, 30 ; 7 c 

Gallery, Annual Report, 7 m if 

« ^ New Trustee, 12 m 7 </ 

. Indian Association, Meeting, IS ;' 6 6 

, Life Assurance Society, 30 m 5 a 

m Refuges for Homeless and Destitute Child- 
ren, «>y6/ . 



National Kifle Association, Annual Meeting, 23 
M 12 a 

Society for Women's Suffrage, Lectures at 

the Ofl5ce of, 22/9/ 

Stagnation in China— a Paradox, 31 /6 a 

Steamship Company, 24/ 10 d 

Temperance League. Public Meeting n% 

Exeter Hall, 8 /* 10 a 

Training School for Music, 12 i 0/— 19 ; 8 d 

NatiTO Guano Company, 2 »/ a 

Indian Press. Lecture on, 17 w 19 A 

NAVAL AND MILITABY INTELIilGSNOE i^ 

Aldershott — Cookery for the Field to be 

Taught at, li 11 s 

Lectures at, 12 » 8 6 

War Game Played at, bv Capt. Traill 

and Hart, 6 ; 10 / 

Allowing Foreign Ofllcers to Visit Homo 

Arsenals, Inexpediency of, 1 i 6 (i 

Annual Inspections, 18y 6s 

Appeal for Joseph Martin, the Oldest Sol* 

dier Living, 26/10 6 

ApiKiiniments, 3 > 8 c & /*— Cj 8 6—9 ; « 6 

— 10 J 8 c— 13; 5 '^— 13; 6 a— 17 j8a— 20i5 
/« 20 ;• 8 6-23 j 9 /^24 ; 8 c-26 j 5 f^27 / 
8 <i— 30 ; 6 a— 81 j 8 «i— 3 / 8 b-^l/S o— 7/ 
8 c— 10 f'S a— 14 fS c^Xfj 9 a— 21 /6 /— 
24 f'S a— 28 f 8 rf— 3 »m 8 ci- 7 m 8 6 & c--l0 
m 8 c— 12 fA 6 6—14 w 7 / -17 w 8 /— 21 m 8 
0-34 m 18 tf-'SS m 8 a— 29 m 6 <f— 30 m ia 
—31 tnSc 

of the Prinoe of Walex to the Captainoy 



of the Royal Naval E. -serve Forces, ? J m 9y*-^ 
24 m 13 s 

Annstong*s Breechloading Guns of 30 and 

40 Tons, 19/ 6 c 

Army and Medical Board Candidates, No(o 

on, 28/6 <f 

' Estimates, ^Jfoe 

Mobilization, 19 m 10 « 

Orgaiiixation, 19/86 

Artillery Experinientf at Spcxia, 5/10 6-. 

8i6c 

Assistant Rnghieert, Examination of, 6/5 s 

Awards, 3/8 a 

Gen. Berdan's New Range-fender, Detaili 

of, o m o d 
— - Boiler Experiments on Board the BoQdir$a, 

24 1 5 #: 

Boilers, Zinc Fittings Approved, 7 « 8 6 

Brevet, \7 j 8 «— 27^8 «— 3I7 8 6—10 f% 

rt— 14 /8 c— 17 / 9 a-^24 /8 a— 7 m 8 c-2d 

w 8 a 
British Army, Annual Return. 8 m 4 s 

Bullying and Cruelty among Cadets, Ofll» 

eial Inquiry into, 5 / 6 a 

Cadetships, Candidates for, Examination. 

l9/6c 
Case of Col. Chaplin— Fh^t Caseef Retire. 

ment under New Scheme, 27 j b e 
of Guuiier Charlton, 2^6 </— 8 «i 1 1 /^ 

9 a lOd— 10»i 8 a 
— ^ Ch innel Fleet, 26 / 10 a 
— -^ Chatham. Arrangements for Large Opef^ 

tions at, 28 i« 5 / 

|ncrea>ed Wages Refuacfl, 251 ^ 6 d 



IK'fenco Fort!*, I ; 1 1 ir 



a XV 



PAL1I£B'8 IKDKX TO '< THE TI1IK» " MKWSPAP^K. 



[Jno.Xtn 



Navid and Military Intelligence {continue Jy 
C'haitoiiden Huu^^hs, New Convict Katab- 

lifhiiicnt at, 6 / o e 

C'<>iii)m88ion&tt* ADowHiices, 8 j 6 « 

Court MartiaU, Order for Carryinjf Uut 

SenlenecB, 18 ;« e 

'— oil Musician Crake, 17 / 5 d 

on Arthur Kanies. for A88aulf, 24 / 5 e 

on Major T. Carr Fleiclier. 26 > 5 / 

on James Towcll for Stealing, 26/ 10 a 

on James Ihnise. for Stealing, 20/ lu a 

, on Capt. C. K. Stevens, 2y m 6 d—30 m 

4 a— 31 mdc 
Deaths of Officers Reporteil to the War 

Office, liyoA— lt;w 10 d 

Deserters, Keward for Apprehending, 27 joe 

Devonport and K^rhain Dockyard Improve- 



ments, 12/9/ 

Devieune (M.) Resignation of, 13 m 5 

Distinguished Service Pension, 8/8 a 

Divisional Orders, 6> 10/ 

Dockyard Administration, see Naval 

Drunken Soldiers, War Office Notice al)out, 

22 ; 7 I 
Eighty-one Ton Gun, Fracture in the ^ tecl 

Lining, 'Sj 9 /' 

Barge for, 1(» j> C « 

a Fonrih in (lasting, 16i 6 e 

and Higher Natur^ Guns, 10 ; 5 e 

and tlie Marshes at Shoeburyiiess, 24 1 8 

Removal of, 18^ 6 e — 5/9,/ 

Escape of Marvin, a Seaman,' 26/ 10 m 

Exehnnges, 24j 5 c— 2t> / 5/ 

Experiments wilk the Thomeif Cro/t, at 

Chi-rbourg, IS m 5 d 

First Appointments, 81 m 6 r 

Five Years Service and Half Pay, 18 / 6 « 

Fraudulent Enlistment, He wards for De- 



tecting, 26 / 10 a 
the GoitiMa and Deiia Gunboats for China, 

20/10 a 

Good Marching of Russian Troops, 16 m 9/ 

the ^iosh'iwk. Practical Hoax in Sending 

to Gibraltar. I > 11 e 
Greenwich Hospital Pension— Award, 2 ; 

6c/ -^ 
Grenadier Guards passthrouj^h the City to 

the Tower, 2 m 9/— 6 m 7 d 

Guard Kooms, AmendcHl Orders. 14 /'4 «/ 

H. M. Ship Akhar, Accident to. 4 ; 6 « 

Alexnndra, 2 i 6 r— 3 ; 9 /'— 11 ; 6 «— 19 

3 6 a— 2Hy 5 </— 24 j 5 c— 26 / 5 /— 3 /'8 a— 6 

fb <f-ia/8 6—16 /6 (/-19 / 6 c— 24/r. c— 

3i«86 

Assistance^ 29 i 6 c 

Dreadnought, Trial of, 18^6 «— 20 /'6 a 

—22./ 6 

Dromedary, 2 j ^J 

DwnrJ\ l»j 6« 

Enrhuntres», 2j0 c— 20 f 10 a 

Euphrutes, 9/6 a— 20 Jo e— 24^ 5 c— 24 

Euryalvs^ Launch of, 1 1 ; 6 a— 24 / 5 c — 



fbe 



Eurydiie, Fitting up for a Training Ship, 



ft /"6 a 



Naval and Military Intelii^ence O'ontihutd). 
H. M. Ship Ex'-eitent^ iiOj 6 a 

InrnnKtautf bJH a 

Inflejcible, Great Guiu for, \0 j h t 

Iris, 10 ; 5 < 

A§ntalHn\ Accident to, 13^5 / 

Osprey. 5/6 u 

liinyitui'e^ 'Ii\ m 10 a 

Royal Alfred, 2hj 6 /' 

Serapis, 23 / 6 d—'^Oj 6 a 

the iihuh. Exercising off Gibraltar, 30 i 6 

Accident to, 19 j 10 a 



the Teiueruire, 24 / 5 c 

the Thttes, ]ii m 9 f 

the Thhnde:er, Trial of, 3/9 /— 5 i 5 «- 

8i6e-8/8o 

the Triumphy 2j 9 J—Gj 10/— 6 / 6 c- 

6/5 d 

H.M. Steam Torpedo Vessel Liahtwiut, li 

w 12 a— 24 w 7/ 

Inspections, 12 / 9/— 28/6 a 

Instruction in Tactics, Lecture on, 2« / It) 

Issue of Gratuities, Ntw Order, 6 j JO /' 

Launch of Gunboats, S0j6a 

Levee of the Commander-in-Chief, 25 J i* e 

Lieutenants* Naval Pension, 8/8 a 

Long Service and Good Conduct MedaN 

and GratuiUes. Awards, 80> 6 a 
Medical Candidates, 7/6 a— 26 / 10 «— : 

*» 8 6 

Mediterranean Fleet, 17 ; o d— 3 / 8 n— I.' 

/ 6 rf— 2 m 6 e— 3 m 5 e— 5 m 6 «/— e m 6/—)^ 
m 6 n 

Meteorological Establishment at Richinoihl 

to be Discontinued, 17j 5 d 

Military Chaplains, New Order about. 8 ? i; u 

Getigraphy in Turkey, see 'I'uRRitT 

Organization, 17 / 11 o— 31 m 10 r 

Militia, 31 j 8 A— 24 w 8 o 

Officers, 27 / 6 e 

Mobilization Scheme, / n/ 

Movements of H.M. Ships. Icy 6 <? 

of Troops. 9 j 6 ^—26/ 10 ft 

Naval Administration, 19/6^—31 i 4 d 

1 /6 c— 5/8 6 

Architecture, Mr. Reed's Lecture 00, i: 

Cadets' College, 2Sy 6 r 

Engineers, 23 / S « -24 / 6 / -^24 / 1 2 z^- 
19 m\Od y / y 

Estiniate-s 31 m 10/ 



f&c 



Gunnery Exi>eriments, 29> 4 « 

Medical Service Examinations, 20 j Hi - 

Pensions, Awards, 6^" 10 / 

Prize Money, 27 / 8 o— 31 / 8 A— 3 / 8 -. 

—7/6 (I— 24/8 6-10 w 8 c- 14 m 7 /-^l >. 

8 c— 24 m 13 « 

Repairs, 20 f\Ob 



a. I 



Stations and Telegraphs, 6 w 5 e 

Navy of 1876, 4j3y 

Estimates, 12 m 6 6 

New Mitrailleuse, 26 »i 9 / 

Official Trial of the Memdonhiye off Maiibrr 

Sands, 2o / 6 e 

Plain Clothes— Admiralty Order on AY«u- 

ing, \bj 4 e— 22 / 6 6-24^ 6 ,— 2H> 5/ 

Meeting to Cancel, 29 / 6 c 



M;ir. ;U, 1877.J P.VI.MKtt's IXliKX TO THK *' TIME 



It 



ES NEWSPArKK. 



New 



Karal and MiUtBry Intorigence C<^nttnuedJ, 

l*«y of Offlcew, Ko>al Warrant on, 16 w 10 </ 

Promotions, SJ 8 c &/-^Gj 8 6— 10 j 8 r— 

13y6 6~17j8f,-20>^6-27>8a-31/8a 
--3/ 8 6-17 ./• 9 a-28 /"S rf- -7 m 8 c-17 m 
8 y— 21 M 8 c— 24 w 13 fi-2.S *« 8 «— 29 w 6 rf 
— 31 /H S c 

— -- Kear-AdniiraiN Scrvicvs Itendered bj the 

Three Cap'ainn (J izet'ed as, 4/6 «— 9> 6 a 
- — - HecTuiiin^. Sott-a about, W j 7/ 

Olftcirtl i{i-rarns of, 8 > 6 </— 22 f9/ 

- rnj»rr uii. Ill /8a 



l«e.^Mvo Squadron. 26 /"iO « 

— ; Hecircd Lwl, 0^8 6-.'l 7/8 a-31 / 8 a-.'] 

, 8 6-10/8 a— 12 /P /--H fS c— 21 / 5 / 

f'^Jra Purrhasc Kegiments. 7 /*6 a 

by Sale of their Coiiimissions" 11 / « 6— 

12/ y/ -^ 

Koyal Charger, 19 / H /* 

Artillery. Kc-orj^Hiiiz.ition of, 26 /' 9 / — 

•^ m 4 a 



- Marines. 22 / 5 /* 

and the Enjorineers. 9 w 6 / 



~^ilitary Academy, List of Successful 



Candidates, 10 / 8 /» 

Dukes Day 



f» 



at. 14 /r, r 



-— T" College, Candidates Kligiole for Com 
mwsions, 17 ; 6 e— 18i 6 c/-6 / j t 
Sartorius Torpedo Ram, 23 w 4 e 



— Ship News, 1/ 11 «-2 ;6c— 4;5«— 8 / 6 
rf-9 ; 6 «-10> 6 e-i i / 6 a-13 i 5 /-16 ; 6 
<^— 19 J 6 a— 24 y 6 r- 26i 5 /-27 j H e— 80 i 
« tf— e/S e— 7 f6 o-lO / 5'«— 12 / 9 /— 14 f 
5 /-lo / 6 C/-19 /6 c-20 /* lU ..-20 f 10 /i 
^28y 6 a— 3 /« 8 c— 16 tu 10 </— 21) m g'</— 30 
«« 4 rt 

7 in China, 18 y 6/-6/5 e-27 m 6 «-29 

m h d 

— ^Departure of the Cn^U/e for Honibav 
1 i 11 e • * 

Departures for Bombay, 26y 5 /* 

in Malta, «ce Malta 



Shooting Battery at Madras. 24 i 5 c 

"IT- ^}^^^^^^g^ Examination— List of Passed, 
*• I o a 

— - StoHm Diiven Sliips. Ststc of. r, / r> n 

Slock- Murse Sysu m of tlieCuardsi,:'!; /* 10 6 

Tarieton (Adin.; Banquet to, on UU lii'iire- 

ment from the C ommand of the Naval Kescrve. 

"-<> ; 9 tf ' 

Teaching by Example-Mess Dinners, ID 

?]®"''*0"*l Regiments. 19^8 A— 21 /* 10 /* 

• Torpedoes, Manufactuiv (»f, 12 «« h * 

Tninsports, 3/8 a 

— Trial of the Teea in Stokes Bav, la /:> e 

i??^^ ^ ^ ^^^ Off. *<^-. 1 i; 6 o 

- — Walton Ferry, New Fort for, 27/ 5 e 

~ — War Office Circulars, 27 ; 5 c 

- Warren (Captain) Now CompOMlion for 
PreYenting the Growth of VVeed^, &c,, on Iron 
hhips. fried at Portsmouth, 6 / 6 e 

T7 ..**'*'''' ^^^ '^^ *>y ^^^ townsfolk to the 
Military, 26 m \0 a 

— Yeomanry Cavalry, 31 j 8 6-7 m 8 c-14 
m If 



Ik'^-. t n • » 



Neale (Nelson)on the Battle of Navarino, 1 ; 10/ 
Negro Legii»Iators— the Railway Cars their 

Lodgings, 18 ; 8 a 
Nestorians, Account of, 8/9/ 
Netherlands :— Breach of Contract Law, 27 / r» <• 
— — Decree Prohibiting the Import of Cattle 

into, 25 ; 5 t 
Dutch Indies Allowed to Coin Money, 2 

fhf 

Electoral Law Change*. l/» / r» d 

Gold and Silver Standard 'K^iiibliphed in. 

22 III 5 (Z 
New Bishoprics, 4/10 c— C j y /•— 17^ 8 m— 2:5 / 

(I/— 24 III 14 6 
CaledoniA.'-a Trappist Monastery to b<^ 

Foundeil in, 8 ./ 5 c 

Comet. 10/ 6 « 

Companies and Foreign Loans Brought 

out diiin. g 1876. Ij 7 « 

Foreign Office, 23 w 5 / 

Guinea, l^elter on. \U f K e 

■ Dr.JaiuesandMr.thorngreen Murdered. 

24> 6 6 

Hanso/n Cab. «e« Cab 

Insurance Company, 6 im 10 a 

• Judge, 26 in lie 

Liveri»ool Average Agreement, 12 ; 4 « 

River Company, t^ale of Shares in. 25 / 6 U 

— 13/4e 

Safety Explosive— Tontine. 22 ; 8 a 

Shipping Company, 9 / 11 d 

Sinking Fund, 5m 7 d 

— - Sombrero Phosphate Company. 2i< fW u-^ 

1 i> /M 6 e 
NEW SOUTH WALES : - 
Budget, 277 5 iV— 29 tn G v 

Defences of, 3 m o /* 

Mail ContractK. 3 m "» /" 

Ministerial ( I an^e in. 9/5 e— 19 «» 6 6 

New Ministr^\ . I'li /;/ 6 «• 

Mr. Parkes Retires from the Po^ilion • f 

Opposition Leader, 3 /// rt r 

Parliamentary Proceedings, 6 m H <•- i;i> 

M 6 c 

Public Revenue. 6 «■ H c 

R}iU>%av Kxfeoio.i. ;: m 5 /'- (t m ,*< «- 

RHilways in 3 / 7 n 

State of. 5/5 /— S / 6 e 

New Street in the City. 26 m 6 .• 

Tower Bridge, 1 1 » 7 /'— 23 j 7 c-2'i j 7 T 

— 27; 6 6-29 i 9./ 
New York. Return of the Foreij^'n Commerce <«r, 

for the Past Year, 26 / 7 6 
NEW ZEALiNO: - 

Constitution, 5/12 6 

Gold Mining in. 18 / 4 / 

Survey ot P.iringia. '29 w 7 tf 

New Zealand loan and Merciintile At^in.v 

Company, 12/ 7 t— 5 / 7 d 

Trust and Loan C<iin|)anv. 20 / 7 o 

Newdegate(C. N.) at ihe Birnmigliam Protent rt 

Association, 27 / 12 6 

on Ironical Cheerirg. 12 iw 10 n 

Newport Market Ueluge, Anauj'l .Meetini:. 1*> ;♦ 
11/ ^ 

Newspapers -the First French Dailv Pjioor :* 



Kaw 



l*ALllKK*S IK1)KX to *«Tllk TIMKS*' NF.\VSl»ArKll. 



[Jan. 




Kew8paper8,Returnof,Publi6hedin Great Britain, 

SjSd 

Statistics. 9 m 4 h 

KfiXT OF S:iN-PEBS0K8 WANTED, i^o. 

* Adams. John Joseph, 2 w I 6 

Amvas, Bcvil, 2 ; I A— 18 ; I h 

' Ashley, William Thomas Budding, 27/ I 6 

• Ateheson. Rev. Henry, 26 ; 13/ 

Baines. Eli«a. 26i I A 

- — Ball. Mary, 21 m 1 h 

Barber, Holt. 19 w 1 A 

— — Barnes. Charlen. 20^ 1 6 

— — Biten. Ann. ^J I h 

- — BcUiblay, Wm., and Elitti. Henderson, 18 

m 1 h 
»- — Bcrtault, Emilie, otherwise Vilguin or De 

Glnsson. 10 i 1 h 

Bieber, Maximilian. 1 / 1 A 

-— Billeon, Jonathan, the Will of, 26/ 14 d 

' Bonner. Thos., 2 w 18 d 

~- — Bottomley, James, an«l Elizabeth Taylor, 

theCliildren of. 14/1 A 
»"— Boyee. Francis and Mar}', 7 in 1 c 

= Boyd. John Frederic, 15 j 1 6 

*-• ^ Braifg. John Lucock. 5 ;m I 6 
—-— Brereton. William. 67 1 b 

= Brooke, William Samuel. 19 ; I b 

*^ — Brown, George, 18 / 1 /> 

-■ Burslem. Fred Wm.. 16 ; 1 A 

CnhilL Johi Elisa X.. H m ) h 

« runlwcll, Jauie^ I'ntkin on, Hi tn 1 c 

Chinnery. Hannah. \ m \ h 

' Ciiifaii, Maude Alice »w^ H» / 1 f* 

= — - Coley. Edward Henr>% 22 / la ^ 

^ Coombs. Guy, 24 ./ I A * 

Crow, James. 27 ; 1 t 

^-— - Day, Sarah Ann» H m \ b 

' Dean, Wm. and Elic, *2S m I b 

'• ^ De Rock, 26 m 1 A 

' Delady, J., 27/1 6 

*• Douelas. John, 9 / I A 

*' Doyle. Maria Catherine. 8 ; 14 <? 

Duncan, Andrew, 18/1 b 

'« Kastham: Charles Henry, 2/1 6 

— • Everv. Thomas Llovd. 6 ; 1 6 

Farmilo. Elijah, 1/ !3 </ 

Fleet. Benja?> in. 1 i 1 6 

Oadpby. Wm., 31 ; I 6 

Gentry. Robert. 24 f 1 b 

- — Gidlev, John, \Qf\b 

' GUI, Budd and C^iatficld. 10 / U 

' Goenning or Gauning, Mrs. Henry Dani^, 

27 m 1 6 

• Golding. Samuel Pawcett, Will of, 22 /* 1 6 

' Goodchil ♦. John or William, 2 m I 6 

Gray, Arnold 2oj 1 b 

• Gmve, SyVanuJH 12/1 h 

•* Haddcn. George, 1/16 

Hallani, Mary. 7 fl b 

» llansluw. Jonn Whittingham. 19/1 h 

' Harper, Harriet. 1/16 

Harriii, Alfred James, 23 /*1 b 

Hawkins, James and Ann, 7 « 1 r* 

' I 'ay ward, John, 17 »m 1 6 

* H ckman, Capt. Thomas, 17 m 1 6 

« Highman, John. 21 i» 1 6 



I 



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Next of Kin— Penont Wanted, &c. (c<Mti^mttl). 

Hobbs, Pamela, 8 m 1 6 

Hudson. Martha, 14 m 1 6 

Humphrey, Thomas, 8 « I ■* 

Hynet, William, 16/1 A 

Jackson, Clara, 1 t« 1 6 

John, 17/1 h 

Jennent, John, 28 /" 1 b 

Jennings, Sarah. 25 / 1 6 

Jones, Arnold Glanrille, 15/1 5 

James Frederick, 5 m 1 h — 8 m \ k 

Kendrick, Elizabeth. 17 m I 6 

Kirby, Reuben Benjamin, 25 / 1 3 /* 

Knight, Dr. R. Chaloner, 10> 1 6" 

Lawrence, Thomas, 11/16 

Leman or Lemon, Sir William, SJ \ b 

Linden, Francis. 8 m 1 6 

Lindsay, Rey. John. 18 iw 1 6 

Liyesey, B., 21 / 1 6 

Liying-^ton. Mr., 24 / 1 6 

Lloyd, Maria, 24/1 6 

IxKikett, Maria, 26y 1 6 

Lye, Dorothy and Ann, 6 / 1 b 

Maher, Dr. N. E., 8 /' 1 6 

Marflitt, John, 7 w 1 6 * 

May, JefiPerv. 1 7 / 1 fc 

Mavos, W. M., 10 w 1 6 

M^rherson, Mrs. Eliz.. 13 w 1 6 

Middleton. Eliabeth, 23 /* 1 6 

Milhiim. Jf.hn 2 / 13 'i 

MilliT John Call ns, HJ 1 b 

Mi' J on Pn^e 16 m 1 r 

M<» rl, J ""I JAJuis, Marriage Certificate 

of. wi h Angel: que liecquct, 30i 1 6 

- — Mowdi^?, Mr*., uee l*igott, 26^ 1 5 
Moore, Stanley, 2j I b 

Mori, Alfred, 1 /* 1 6 

Morland, George. 7/16 

Murray. John, 5 m I b 

Kelson. Robert, 26 m 1 6 

Newberry. James, 21 w 1 6 

Nodin. Lucy, 25 / i 6 

North. Mary, 21 ; 1 6 

Ch.irlotte, 12 w 1 A 

Orminton, John Andrew, 4 / 1 A 

O'Sullivan, .lohn Francis, 19 ; I 6—28 / 1 i 

Parker, John and Mary, BaptisnuU Regis- 
ters, 8 m I 6 

Parsons, Arthur Daniells, 26 m 1 i 

Pigot, Caiherlne. 26y I 6 

Piper, W., 15/1 6 

Plunkett. Honrv E«lward. 15/ I 6 

Poole. G«orge Wright, 18/1 ft 

Powell, Richard, 7 w I c 

Reed, James and John, 7/ 1 c 

- — — Amelia, 17/1 6 

Ridge way. Henry. 20 j 1 6 

Uimington, Richard. 8/1 6 

Robinson, Wm., 8/1 6 

RoMB. Francois de, 24y 1 6 

Sanderby. Mary, 18> L6 

Scott, MlsA Ann Francis, 10/1 6 

James Wm. Perciral, Itl / 1 h 

Johanna. 17 w 1 6 

— -. Searing, Thomas, 19^ I 6 
Sheridan. Helton, 8 m 1 6 



S"i...... I .1 



•>i 



I A 



Mar.> 31, 1S77.] i'almki:*3 ixdkx to *' tiik timk;* ** xkwjjpai'kic. 



Old 



Kext of Kin— Penons Wanted, &0, (vontinMed). 

Simpson. Robert Henry, VAj 1 b 

Smith, Wm.. 17/16 

Smythe, Major Gen. Edw. Selby, 19 m 1 6 

• Soldiers Unclaimed fialances, ly 12 c — 6 »i 

\h 
Spearman, Charles, and 

Marriajce Certificate of, 28 m 

Spencer, John, 1 ; 1 6 

Stark, Dr. Robert, M\ b 

Sterland, John, 2 j 1 6 

Swale, Oapt. John Lambert, 22/ 1 &~8 m 



I 



Sarah Brooke, 
1 b 



1 b 



Sweeney. Charles Ward. ISj" 1 h 
Swinton, Louisa, 23 ' 1 6 
Talb<;t, Thomas H.. D/l b 



Taunton, Waller George. I97 tJ 5 

Thomas, John Greenwood, Marria;;e Certi- 
ficate of with Eliza Barnard Rodda, \ fl b 

Thompson, Augusta, 16^ 1 6 

Thomson, Elizabeth Grace M'Gregor, 19 m 



1 6 



— Fred. Gordon, 19 m 1 6 

— WiUiam, 22 / 1 fc 
Titley. Wm., 19 »i 1 h 
Tmeman, Isaac, 24 m I 6 
Turtle. Harriet, 17to 1 A 
TweJell, Richard, \2m\b 
Upton, James Thorley, 16 m 1 c 
Vine. Ann, 12/1 A 

Von Rohden, Gott. Christ. Peter, i/\ b 
Wallington. Ann, 22/1 6 
Wardrop, William, 28/1 6 
Wachtmann. Johann Diedrich, 1^16 
Watson, Capt. John. \1 f\b 
WattP, Wm. James, 9j\h 
Wharton. Robert, \Om\b 
White, Arthur, 6 /* 1 k 

— Mrp. aHa» Eliza Baines, 26i 1 6 
Whitehead. Mrs. Elizabeth, 13 ir 1 6 
Wilson, Frederick. 18 ; 1 6 
Wrijrhf, Rebecca, 26 ; 1 6 

William, 10/ 13 e 



Wyatt. Clement, 18^ 1 6 

Yorke, James. 1 ; 1 // 

Young, James, 26 m\ b 

Ni^ragna. an English Man of War Protects 
German Subjects at, 26 / 6 fr 

Nice, State of, 2./5« 

Nicholson (E. B.) Conference of Librarians in 
London. 16/4 ci 

on the London Institution as a Free Li- 
brary, 2 m 10 h 

k Ca on the Drapery Dispute, 19/75 

NickolFs Lecture on Prevention of Collissions 
at Sea, 26 j 6 «— 8 fl ( 

Nicotine. Seizure of, 9 i 9 «— 10 ; 11 a 

Niffht Poaching. 2 m 10 e 

Nigra (Signor) letter to Prince Carignan on the 
Eve of the War 1866. 16/6 c— 20/ 6 « 

Kile and its Monuments. 6 ; 6 /* 

Noble (Widow of the Scniptor) Pension Granted 
to, 28/*6/ 

Norfolk Giant, Death of. 20 mb f 

and Norwich Hospital. 10 / 10 /*— 5/9 « 

Nonconformist Saints— the City Temple Win- 



.h 



10 



l! J 



North British and Mercintilu insurance Com- 
pany. 1 7 »n 8 rf 

Easfern Hopital. Donation to, 1 «* 12r 

of England Conservative Association, Ad- 
dress to Lord Beaconsfield. 2/9/ 

Pole— American Sure Way to the Pole, 1 8 

;9 e 

Northbrook (Lord) on Indian Railways, 19/4 d 

Northcote (Sir Stafford) at Liverpool, 26 / 7 o — 
26 ; 6 a 

Northern Heights of London, Railway Annoy- 
ance in. 1 7 « 12/ 

Marine InMirnhce Compan}-. 26 /7a 

Norton. Rose. Norton and Brewer on :he Foreign 

and Colonial Government Trusts, 23/10 6 
Nnrwav :-r Opening 0/ the .storthing with S|>eech 
of the King. 16^ 11/ 

0, ifcoiland- the Lives of Two Naturalists 

Compflred, 16 /* 12 a 
Norwegian Storthing. Description of, 5 »i 6/ 
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Company. 10/ 6 a 
Noseda (J.) on the Old Masters, 18/4/ 
Not the Effect of a Sermon— a Heating Appara- 
tus Out of Order, 26y 3 € 
Nova Scotia, Evils Resulting from Using the 
Old Seal, 27/5 c— 28 m 6 s 

Budget, 29 iH 5 <! 

Noxious Vapours Commission, 24/7/ 
Numismatic Discovery in Verona, see Cows 

O. 
Oakley (John) Case of Mr. Cook and Mr. Tooth, 

1 no a 

Obituary of 1876, 1 j 8 c— 2/ 6 e 

Ocean Marine Insurance. 6 j 7 a— 23 j 7 a 

Railway, and General Accident Assurance 

Company. 29 m 7 d 
Odams (James) Re- Appearance of the Foot and 
Mouth Disease. Si 5 e— 18i 12 d 

on the Cattle P a,'ue, 23 7 6./ 

O-lger, Serious Illness of, 17 /* 1 1 6 
O'Donnell (F. H.) Irish Home Rulers, 7/9/ 
Official Appomtments, Bj 12 c— 13 / 6 a— 16^ 6 
/•~16/12^— 22/ 8 a-27i \2 h-^o fll f^7 
fQh—\Ofi< «— lOni /— U n r-17/9 a 
—21 /•6 /— 3 m 8 a— 6 m 4 U—U) w 8 r— 18 w 
4 rf— 17 m 7 d— 17 m 8/— 24 m 13 <!-26 m 11 
c — 31 w 6 « 

Impunity against Legal Proceedings in 

Berlin, 24 m 6 a— 26 rn 10 c 

Obstructiveness — Bank Certificates, 10 m 

8 h ' 
Oils, State of Trade in, 3^7 e-A f 7 d—6j 7 c 
— 6 ; 7 c— 10 > 6 c— 11 j 7 c— 12/ 7 e— 13 j 6d 
—16 / 7 c— 17 J 7 c— 18 / 7/— 19 j 7 c— 24/ 
7 /•— 25 / 6 €—26/ 7 «-27 j 7 «— 31 j 7 f—\ f 
7 <f— 2 f7 c/— 3 /•7«— 7 f7 c— 8 Z-?/— U/^IO 
r—16/7/*—16yi0/— 17/11 rf— 21/12 c— 
22/7 /•-23 f lb 6—24 f 10 «— 28/ 10 b— 1 m 
6/— 2 tuft b— 3 m 10 /*— 7 m 10 6— 8 m 6c— 15 
/nn /•— 16iw5/— 17m8b— 21 me/*— 22 m 6/ 
— 2H m 6 6—28 w 10 r--29 m 7 6—30 w 5 rf 
Old Lettt'i-8. Post Office Allow to Pass by Book 
Post, 23/9/* 

Masters, aec Fihb Arts 

Pby Bills. Price Sale List of a Curious 

f <.!!..,.*• ... ,.f ..♦ <:^(1«aK«.*« q ret /. 



Old 



♦» 



h'ALMKUS 1NI»KX TM ** T«*: TIMES* XKW»»-Al'KK. 



[Jan. i.l* 



Old Servants, Pensioning of, 27 m 6 c 
Open Spaces, 30 ; 4 6— 31 > 7 /— 2 / U c—26/ 7 
6— 27 /'5 c 

Old St. Pnncras Burial Ground &c., Opened 

to the Public. 20; 12 d 
St. George** in .the East Disufcd Church- 
yard Opened as a Gairden, 27./ 11/ 
Opium Trade, the Anglo-Oriental Society Ad- 
dress the Chinese Embassy to Suppress, 20 m 
5 / 
Orderly Civil War—New Orleans, 6/8 «— 15 f 

C<i 
Oregon and California, 8 ; 4 d 
Orleans House Bouglit for a Club— the Orleans 

Club, 23/5 e 
Orphan Working School, Anniversary Banquet 
at Willis's, &Q.y in Commemoration of the 
{' Amalgamation of the Alexandra Orphanage 

with it, 6 /» 8 6—9 m 5 e 
Orton (Hev. J. S.) on the Floods, 19 j 12 d 
O'Shaughnessy ( — ) on Home Rule, 10 / 5 e 
Outrage on a Vice Consul at Pensacola, 24 /'id 
—19/9 f 

at Sea, by a Mate, 2> m 5/ 

Outrages by Colliers, 10 / 9 / 
Ouvah Coffee Company, 27j7c 
Overcrowding, Note about, 27 w 1 1 r 
Overend and Guraey's Affairs, Return to Share- 
holders, 2 m 6 a 
Overseers, Duties of, 12 m 7/ 
Overstone fl^rd) Health of, 9 j 10 d 
Oxenford (John) Note about, 26/4/ 
Oxenham (Frank) on the English Church Union, 

19 / 10 e 
Owens College, Meeting of the Governors, 23 m 

a/ 
Oxford Hospital for Incurables, 27^ 5 e— 31 ; 6 « 

OXFORD UNIVEB8ITY :— 

Abbott Scholarship, 29 w 6 /* 

Appointments, 17 f9 b 

Nominations, 24 / 10/— 9 m 13 a 

Award of Scholarships, 2 m9 f 

of the Arnold Prize. 12 w 6 d 

Balliol College, Opening of the New Hall, 



17> lOe— 19;4a 

Burdett-Coutts Scholarship, Award, 15 m 



8e 

— Baden Sanskit Scholarship, 16/8 a 

— Chair of Poetry, 1 m 9/ 

— Chinese Scholarship, 1/6 «— 16 w 8 r/ 

— Cobden Club Prize, 16 m 8 c/ 

— Convocation, 9 mi 10 n— 16 w 8 d 

— Denyer and Johnson Scholarship, 27 m 7/ 
—29 m 6/ 

— Draught of the New Bill, 17/9 6—19/6 e 
Elections, 19 j 6 /*— 24 ; 6 /*— 25y 9 e— 30 j 



10 6-8/ lOe— 15y 6 /— 22/ 10 o— 23 /*8 r— 
24 f 10 /*— 26 / 6 c- 5 »« 6 rf— 18 m 9 /"— 20 m 
U'c— 23 w8c— 27 «i7 / 
— Examinations, 3/ 10/— 10 fS h 

of Women Over Eighteen Years of A^, 



First Held, 20 w II c— 29 »i 6 /' 
— Grants, 15/^6/ 

of Books, 1/6 e 



Hall- Houghton Prizes, Award, 19 w 6 6 
Hereford Scholarship. 23/8 c 
Lectures fi / 6 ^-24 / 10 r— 1 w /" 
1^ 



Oxford University {continvtd). 

Local Examinatiims, 14 m 12 a 

Museum Grant, 8 / 8 c 

New Purchases, 8/8 c 

Physical Laboratory, 8/8 c 

Schularshipit, 14 wi \2n 

Skene (W. B.) Appointed Agent to Xhm 

Conservative Party, 28 w 9/ 
Oyster Fishery in Falmouth Harbour, 29 m 6 e 



Paget (Sir James) Hunterian Oration, 14/ 11 c* 

Palestine. New Survey of. 6 ; 5 c 

Exploration Fund, Note about, 28 m 4/ 

Palestrina, Archaeological Discovery in, 17/4 d 

Paley (F. A.) on the AcTDpolis of Mycezue, 28 m 
8c 

Pan Anglicanism Conference, 9 m 10 6 

Panama, Great Battle in Garrapata, \ j \0 e 

Papal Allocution, 19 m 6 c 

Paper Kailway Wheels. 3 /'7 /" 

Paris Commune, Celebration of the Anniveraary 
of, in London, ^1 m 10 J 

Parker (Rev. Dr.) on the Pew and the Pulpit, 9 
m bf—^e m 10 a 

Parker Museum of Hygiane, in University Col- 
lege, London, 5 m 7 /' 

Parliament— Appointments to Officea in, 10/5 ^ 

Changes in, during the Recess, 6/5/ 

during the Past Year, 2j6h 

Circular of the Opposition Leaders to their 

Supporters, 19j 9 < 

Dinners. 6y 5/— 8/5/-9/ll«— 20/9e 



Economy, 1 m 4/ 

Meeting of Home Rulers after the Qu^n*s 

Speech, 9/9 e 

of tHe Opposition at Lord Hartington'a, 



29 /'9/ 

of Scotch Members 



to 



Consider Scotch 
Business in, 24 j 9 f- 30 j 8 a— 6 / 10 c— 8 / 
6«— 10/'9/ 

Mover and Seconder of the Address in An- 
swer to the Queen's Speech, 9 f 9 « 

New Members, 17 jS 0—27 j 8 a— 17/9 « 

— 24/'8a— 7in 8o 

Opening of. Arrangements for, I fO h — 2/ 

6 c— 2 /• 10 r- 5 /'9 «— 7/8 c— 8 f9f 

of by the Queen, \9j 1 1 .;— 9/6 a 

Queen's Speech. 5/9 e— 9; 6 6 

the Army and Navy Gazette Complain of 

Chnii^sions in the Queen^s Speech, \2 fhf 

the Foreign Press on, 10/5 c 

Out of Session, 8> 10 cT— 10 ; 7 a- 11 J 6 r/ 

— 15 J 4 /•— 20 j 10 c— 23 / 6 6-25 j 7 o- 26> 
6 a— 27 ; 12 «— 29 J 10 a— 30^ 5/— 31> G a— 
1 /•6/*— 3/6 0—5/- 10 a— 6 /•6 a 
Private Bills of the Session, 28/4 f 

Return of the Several, during Her Majesty** 

Reign, M-iih note of those O^iered and Closed 
in Person. 7 / 1 1 e 

Return to Town of Members, 7/9 / 

the Sotu'd,it/ Review on the Opening Prot- 

pecls. 5 / 7 /' 
PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINOS:— 

Abyssinia, 9 w 7 6— 14 w 6 </ 

Address on the Queen's Speech, 9 / 6 c — 9 

/'« n—](} I 6 A- 14 / 6 n 



Mar. .31, 1877. j pai.sikk's im)KX to •• riir. timhs'' NKvrsrAt'RR 



ItY 



Farliamentaxy Proceedings {^continueJ). 

Afijtmrneil Debate, 23/0/ 

AfJiniralry Administration, 7 /« 6 6 

(Ireland) Act, 1870, 23/0 e 

and the Russian Goveriiment, 24/0 4 

African Slave Trade, 17 w 9/ 

• — AUepfd Outrage at Stamford. 10 m 7 & 

Ancient Monuments Bill, 8 /« 7 <i 

Antrim. 2 w 7 6 

Arctic Expedition, 16y 6 c & cf— 17/ 6— 

3 m 6 6— 10 m 6 a 

Army Appointments, 16/6 </ 

Commissions, 24 m 8 6 

Estimates. m 7 a— I) m 7 b 

General Annual Return, 13 / 6 c 

Metlical Officers, 21/8 d 

Promotion and Retirement, 16/6 6—17 



Parliamentary Proceedings (rontinntUK 

('<Mlificaiiiin cf the Law. 17/0 a • 

( (fltincl (iordon and the Ixmdon. 7 m 6 

Colonial Murri ij(c IJiU. l m 7 b — 2 m 7 c 

Divisitm List. 2 m .'» /" 

Colorado Beetle. 23/0 6 

Conibuhtibic Carjjo. 20 ; 7 6 

ComniisHariat and the Pay Department, % 



tit c 

— Commission of the Peace, 16/6 c 

(]reland\ 2 m 1 h 



— (Tommittee on Printmg, Appointments. 10 
/"Oe 

: on the Mutiny Bill. 19 m 8 6 

on PrUons (Ireland) Bill, 19 m 8 6 

of Supply. 27 f7 c 



job 



Reforms, 21 m 9 a 

Re- Organization, &c., 20/7 b 



.17m 



- Atrocities in Bulgaria, 13/6 e 

- Ballot, 27/6/* 

- 2nd Battalion, 19th Foot. 16/66 

- Beer Licences (Ireland) Bill, 9 m 8 rf- 
6—20 m 6 6 

- Birmingham School Board, 14 m 6 </ 

- Black Rod, 17w9a 

- Bank of England, 9 m 7 a 
• Bankruptcy, 3 m a 

- Law Amendment Bill, 1 7 m 9 a 

- Boileri of Ire naiads, 13 m 7 a 

- Bosnia, 9 m 7 6 

- and HeraejroTina, 28 m 6 a 

- Boys for the Navy, 23/6 « 

- Brewers* Licences, 28 / 7 c 

- British Consuls in Turkey, 23 /'6 rf 

- Officers in Egypt, 2 m 7 c 
in Foreign Service, 6 m 6/ 

- Representative at Constantinople, 9 m 7 6 

- Broadmoor Asylum, 16/0 <f 

- Brooklyn Theatre, 10/0 f 

- Bulgarian Insurrection, \6 fCd 

- Massacres, 3^0 6—9 »i 7 c 

- Petitions, 27/7 a— 28/7 c 

- Burial Laws, 7 m 6 a— 13 m 6 o— 14 m 6 a 
- Places, 24 m 8 a 



20 



O>nimon Employment, 24/6 a 

Commonit, 13 ;m 8 a 

Communication with America, 16 m 7 6 

Compassionate Allowances, 27/7 « 

Corditiou of the Navy. 20 m 7 a 

> — Consolidated Fund Bill, 10 m 6 a— 23 w 7 f 

—20 m 8 o 

Constantinople. 1.^ / a 

Constitution Hill, 2 m 7 6 

Consul Freeman and the Porte, 23/6 e 

Consular Service in Bulgaria, 28/7 6 

Contingent Remainders Bill, 13 m a 

m Ci a 

Convict Treadway, m 4 c 

Cornwall Minerals Railway Bill, 14 m 6 a 

Coroners, 9 w 7 « 

County Officers' and Courts (Ireland) Bill, 

18/7 « 

Case Collectors, 9 m 7 a 

Course of Business, 28 m 6 6 

Court of Session (Scotland), 16 ^6 6 

Court-Martial. 16 f 6 6—20 m 8 c 

on Captain RoberU, 20/8 c 

Crimean Graveyards, 16 m 7 6 

Criminal Law Practice, Amendment Bill, 



15 w 7 e 

Offences, 20/ 7 6 

Punishments f Ireland), 14 m 7 s 



— Busmess of the House, lOy <— 14 /*8 a— 
24 m 8 a A c 

— Canal Boats, 16/0 6 

— Captain Tyler, 6m6d 
Bumaby, 6 »/ 6 /— m 7 c— 13 m 6 6 



Carrier's Act, (1830), 6 m 8 o 
Case of the Rock Terrace. 24/6 6 

— of Gunner Charlton, 6 m 6 ^ 

— of W. J. DerUn, 17/0 6 
of John Hunt, 10/6 6 



— C^tUe PUgue, 23/6 6—28 / 7 6—6 m6d 
— 9 m 7 a— 13 m 6 «— 14 m /— 17 m 6 6—20 
w 6c 

and Dead Meat Trade, 27/7 a 

— Chan trey's Sir F., Bequest, 21 fSd 

— Chepket Paska, 28/0 s 

— Christians in Turkey, 16/6 c/ 

— City Companies (Oatfi of Freemen), 20 /'8 6 

— Civil Service Estimates, 27 j 7 u 

— Cleopatra's Needle, 17 /*6 6 






Cruelty to Animals, 20 / 8 r 

Customs and Inland Revenue Bill, 1 m 7 « 

X>uties on Officers and Pensions, Bill, 28 

m7 d 

Darcy Lever Colliery, 21 /8 </ 

Declaration of Paris. 3 m 6 

I t«hi Proclamation, 2 w 7 c 

Deputations, 13 m 

Devonj)ort Watch Committee, 13 m </ 

Discussion of Estimates. 20 m 6/ 

Dismissal of Midhat Pasha, 14y 6 c 

L>ockyard Superintendents, 9 m 7 c 

Double Sheriffships in Scotland, 10 /'O 6 

Drainage and Navigation, 27 m 8 a 

Dublin Improvement Act's Amendment 

Bill,24m8<i 
^- Easter Recess, 20 m a 
Eastern Question, 13/6 6—14/0 o— 16 f 

6 a— 17 J 6 c— 21 /6 a— 23/6 a— 24y 6 o— 

27 /6 a— 14 m 6 a A «— 20 m a— 23 w 7 a— 

24 m 8 «— 27 m 7 rf— 28 m6d 
Despatches, 13 ; </ 



Par 



rALMICR^K INUKX TO ^^ TUB TIMffS '* NEWlSi'APBR. 



IJ^' 1 f* 



Par iamentary /roceedin^i OoHtinHti). 

Kcck'^iHfliical DilitpitiHlioiis Act.«, '1 *n 1 b 

.: ()»'Hct'8 and Kcvs Hill. 22 / « u 

E'iuciiiiun Cmle, -'0/7 /» — 2 /« 7 </— 3 to 6 A 

K(lucHii«)iial El duwinenta in Scotland, 16 

f(yb 

Egypt and Abyssinia, 16 w 7 A 



\ 



Election Petitions, 16/ *> c— 2 m 7 b 

Elective County Boards ^.Ireland) Bill. 17 



m 10 c 
Eh'ctoral Disabilities of Women, 6 w 6 «; 

Elliot. Sir Henry, 28 to 6 </ 

Emplo; era I^inbility. for Injuries to their 

Servant?,* 16 III 8 /i 

Engine ll(K>m Artificers, 28 m 6 n 

Eng isli Officeisin Turki.-h Service, 16/6 a 

EiiU8tmeni of Jioys for the Army. 16/ 6 /> 

Estate of the Late Mr. W. Paterbon, 24 / 6 k 

Excheqner Bills, \^ fl f 

Bills and Bonds Bill, 13 m 8 a—23 mT a 

Exeter Magi^trntej«, 6 to 6 c 

Exoneration of Charges lidl, 13 in 6 a — 20 

to 6 n 

Explosive Cargo, 24/6 r 

Expulsion of the Turks from Europe, 20 

/76 

Extradition, 13 m 6 e 

Treaty with the United Sutes, 14 /'6 a 

Factory and Workshops Acts, 27/7 a 

Fenian Convicts, 16 / 6 c 

Field Artillery and Cavalry Officers, 7 m 6 6 

Flogging in the Navy, 9 w 7 a 

Floods in the Thames, d m 7 b 

Throughout the Country, 16 »»i 7 c 



— Foreign Office and Diplomatic Service, 24 
/'6 c 

Physicians and Surgeons in France, 23 



fSe 

— Forest of Dean, 16y 6 <f 

— Free Libraries, 20/7/ 

— French Frontiers, 14 in 6 e 

— Frenchmen in Germany, 16 m 7 6 

— Fugitive Slaves, 13 /6c 

— Gal way Artillery, 23/6 e 

— Germans in England, 14 m 6 e 

— Gothenburg System, 14 to 6 /— 15 m 7 f 

— Governorship of Malta, 16/6 d 

— Gun Licenses, 16/7/ 

— Harbours of Refuge, 13 m 6 c/ 

— Her Majesty's Indian Title, 2 m 8 c 

— Herzegovina, 21 /8 rf 

— High Court of Justice, 28 m 6 a 
(Costs) Bill, 28 m 7 d 



) 



— Hobart Pasha, 20/7 b 

— Holbom Improvement Scheme, 2S f6 d 

— Home Farm Colliery, 20 J 7 a 

— Hours of Polling at Elections, 24 m 8 cf 

— House Occupiers* Disqualification Bemoval 
BiU, 13/^6 rf 

— Hyde Park Comer, 13 r€ o— 24 /6 <r— ^ m 
7 6—24 m 8 6 

— India, 20/7 6—23/6 d 

— Indian Fmance, \i fCe 

Coolies, 21/8 rf 

Famines, 2 i« 7 e 

Ordnance Corps, 24 /* 6 6 



Parliamdntary Proceedinga (rontit,uei), 

Inhabited Iloii»e Duty. 14/6 A 

Inland Ueveuu« \0 m (* c 

Office at Bristol, 27/6/ 



- Staff in Ireland, 7 xm 6 6 



Intemi>erancc, 14/6 6—16/ a— 24 ut 8 • 

- Intestates, 3 « « 6 

Intermediate Education in Ireland, 16 /"G a 

Intoxicating Liquor Bill. 15/8 6 

Liquors (iM:utland; Bill, 15 to 7 a 

Inundations in Ireland, 6 m 6 c 

Ireland an 1 Wales, 6 to 6 c 

Irish Business, 28 m 6 a 

Cattle, 23 /^ 6 J 

C hurch Act Amendment Bill, 15/8 a 

Common Law Courts, 13 m 6 c 

ConaUbulary. 21 y 8 e— 23/6 <f -6 w 6 o 

Coroners, 28 m 6 a 

Elementary Education, 17 m SI c 

Grand Jury Laws, 16/6 6 

Magistracy, 21 /8 s 

Peerage BUI, 2 m 7 A— 13 m 6 c— 17 m 9 a 

—20 m 6 a 

Police, S TO 6 6 

Regiment. 27/7 a 

Society of London, 28 / 7 c 

Judicial Proceedings ( Rating) Bill, 2Bm7d 

Judicature AcU. 24/7 </— 27/6 f 

Jury Laws, 24 ; 6 6 

Justice!' Clerks' Bill, w 8 c — 23 m 7 a 

Kensington Gardens, 2 to 7 6 

Kkelat, 23/6 e— 16 to 7 « 

Kidnapping in the South Seas, 2 jn 7 a 

Killing a Dog, 16 w 7 6 

Knightsbridge Road, 16 m 7 6 

Ladies Gallery, 21/8 * 

Land Tenure (.Ireland) Bill. 22 m 7 « 

Legal Education, 20 to 6 c 

^— I^iCgislative Council of Malta, 7 m 6 6 

Leitrim and the Telegraph, 14 m 6 s 

Load Line, 28 m 6 a 

I>oans to Local Authorities, 10 m 6 a 

Ix>bster and Crab Fisheries, 3 m 6 6 

^— liocal Administration, iO m 6 6 
Government in Ireland, 14 /"fi c 

of the Metropf)lis. 13 m 6 a 



Taxation in Ireland, 20 /* 7 c 



— London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, 
dm 6a 

Chatham and Dover Railway, 10 n 6 n 

Stock Exchange, 21 to 7 c 

— Xx>rd Chief Justice Coleridge, 7 m 6 a— 14 
m 6 s 

— Lunacy Laws, 13 / 7/— 23 /* 7 s 

— Maize and Barley Malt, 27/6/ 

— Marine Mutinv Bill. 16 to 8 a 

— Marriages in Nova Scotia, 9 m 7 c 

— the Mayo Constabulary, 13/6 d 

— Mayor of Bury, Lancashire, 28/ 7 c 

— Merchant Shipping, 14/6 c— 16 f$ 6—^0 

— Metropolis Toll Bridget BUI, 28/7 c-20 
m 8a 

— Metropolitan Board of Works, 6 n 6 a 
Street Improvements Bill, 9 m 7 c 



- Salt Laws, 16/6 n 



Middlesex Magistrates, 28 / 7 6 



- - Militarv Service in South Afrien, 2S fHf 



^-M'ar. 31, 1877.] palm&r^s index to "the times *' newspapbb 



Fw 



Pmr'iamentary Frooeedings fronfinvecf). 

Militia Lieuivnnnts, IC in 7 « 

Kecruits, JJ7 / 6 / 

Surg^ns. 1 8 IN 7 c 

Millbank DieUrjr, 2 w 7 c 



2 m 7 (/— 8 



MtsgOTcmmeui in Bulgaria, 
66 

- Mitchara Common, 2\ f^d 
Momin|( Sittinics, 27 m 7 c 

' Murder at Rochdale, 18 m 6 </ 

- Museum of Natural History. 10 m 6 a 

- Mutiny Bim 9 mi 7 cf— 16 nt 8 a 

• Naval Artillery Volunteers, 9 m 7 e 

— College. 9 w 7 6 

— Criminal Returns, 13 m 6/ 

— Discipline Act ( 1866), 9 m 7 a 
Pensions, 1 3 m 6 e 



— Navigating Offiiters, 20 f7 b 

— Navy Adminii^tration, ^1 /*9 o 
Cadet's College. 2 « 7 6 

Estimates, 9 m 7 <f— 18 m 7 </— 14 m 6 / 

—21 m 7 

— New Bills. 10 fe «-13/ 7/— 15/8 c 
Forest, 17/6 6 

Judge. 16 m 7 c 

MemberP, 9/7 e— 18/6 «— 14/6 6^20 



/•7 a— 23/6</-6w6«^ 

Peers. 9 fe c-^lA /'6 h 

Writs, 9> 7 e— 10 fS 6— 18/'6 a— 20/7 



«— 24/6c 

— Newfoundland. 20 /" 7 6 

— Northern PseiBc Railway, 21/7 a 

— Notices, 20 m 6 c 
of Motion, 9/7/— 9 /"S o— 9/9 <— 10 Z' 



6*1—12 /•« /•— 13/6 6— 13/7/— 14 /6 A-IS 
/8 a A r— i6 / 6rt— 16/7/— 17 /"e a— 20/7 
a— 20/ 8 d— 21 / 8 rf— 22 f^ /— 22 /"« a— 23 
/ 6 </ -23 f7 «— 24 /•6 6—26 / 6/— 27 /*6/— 
37/8 a— 28 Z*? 6— 28 fS r— I « 7 «— 2 m 7 b 
— 2 M 8 6—5 J* 8 c— 7 SI 7 /*— 8 m 8 a— 9 m 8d 
—12 m 8 6—14 m 6 </— 14 /M 7 e— 15 m 7«— 16 
M 7 a— 16 « 8 6—17 m 9 6—19 m 8 6—20 m 8 
a— 21 m 5 /*— 28 w 8 c— 27 m 7 « & 6 

Relating to Orders of the Day, 15 /*8 c— 

23 /•7 e— 26/6 /— 27 / 8 «— 28 f6 c— 2 m 8 6 
— 5 w 8 c— 7 m 7 A- Hw 8 a— 9 m 8 rf— 12 m 8 
6—16 m 8 6—19 m 8 6—20 m 8 a— 23 m 8 c— 
27 m 7/ 

— Nova Scotia, 2 m7 c 

— Office of the Clerk of the Parliaments, 24 m 
So 

— Open Spacer (Metropolis) Bill, 1 m 7 </— 24 
■•8a' 

— Order of Business, 2 m 7 4/— 28 m 7 </— 26 
Of 8</ 

of Public Business, 18 m 6 « 



— Orders of the Day. 12 /'6 /*- 14/ 6/-15/ 
8 c— 16 /'7 r— 22 /"e /*- 23 /'7 €—26 fS f—27 
f 7 a— 27 f% a— 28/8 c— 1 m 7 «— 2 w 8 6— 
5 M 8 e— 7 m 7/— 8 m 8 a— 9 m 8 d— 12 m 8 6 
— 14 m 7 s— 15 10 7 «— 10 m 8 6—19 m 8 6—20 
« 8 a— 21 m 5 /— 22 m 8 a— 23 m 8 c— 26 m 8 s 
—27 m 7 6 

— Ordnance Survey, 18 » 6 </ 

— Orphanages, 13/6 c 

— Oxford University Bill, 18 m 6 d 

— Oyster Fisheries. 13/6 </ 



Parliamentary ProceedingB Ooutinuec/), 

Pa|>er8 on Turkey. 7 /« 6 A 

Park Hall Colliery Explosion, 16 m 7 « 

Parliament and the Post Office, 6 m 6 

and Municipal Registration Bill, 15 m 7 a 

Patent Offlje. 27 / 6 / 

Patents for Inventions, 13/76— 16m6e 

Bia2l /8e 



— Pay of Soldiers and Marines, 2 m 7 c 

— Payment of Irish Teachers, 16/66 

— r- Pensions to Police-Constables* Widows, 2 m 
Id 

— Personal Explanations, 28/6 a -23 m 7 a 
—28 IN 66 

— PeUtions, 10/ 6 a— 18/6 a— 14/6 6—15 
/8 a— 16 / 6 a— 17/ 60— 20 /7 a— 21 / 8 f— 
22/ 8 a— 28 /•6 cf- 24/6 6—27/ 6 6-^28 / 7 
a — 1 m 7 a — 2 m 7 a & 6 — 3 m 6 a — 6 m 6 a & 
6—7 m 6 «— 8 m 7 a— 9 m 7 a— 10 m 6 a— 13 m 
6 c— 14 m 6 a & c— 15 m 7 a— 16 m 7 a— 17 m 
9 6—20 w 6 c— 21 m 7 a— 22 m 7 a— 23 la 7 • 
& 6—26 m 8 (f—27 jn 7 a— 28 w 6 a 

and Correspondence, 9 »i 7 6 

— PhiUdelphia Exhibition. 28/7 e 
—^ Plenipotentiaries at Athens, 16 /"d e 

— - Pleuro-Pneumonia (Ireland) BUI, 27 /6/ 

— Plumstead Common, 24/7 c — 14 « 6 < 

— Police Superanuatioa, 24/6 « 
■ Health ^Ireland), 16 iw*8 6 

Poor Law Unions (Ireland), 23/6s— 7« 



7e 



- Pope Hennessy, 16 »i 7 *• 

- Portico of St. Martins, 23/6 t 

- Position of Adjutants. 9 la 7 6 

- Postage to India, 16 /*6 a 

- Postmasters, 14 m 6 cf 

- Prince GortehakofTs Circular, 17/6 o— 5 
76 

- Prisons Bill, 11/6 c— 16/6 <f— 23/7 o— 
m 7 </— 23 HI 7 f—27 111 7 <f 

- (IreUind) Bill, 14/7/ 

- Offieialt. I4m 6 </ 



— Private Bills, 13 m 6 e-16 in 7 a -20m 6 e 
—24 m 8 6 

Business, 17/6 a— 20 /" 7 a— 21 /" 6 a— 



2: / 8 c— 22/8 a— 23/6 a k r— 24/ 6 a— 27 
/ 6 a— 28/7 a— 3 m 6 a—H m 6 a & 6—7 m 6 
a— 8 m 7 a— 10 m 6 a— 14 m 6 r— 15 m 7(1-16 
m 7 a— 17 m 9 a— 20 w 6 u— 21 m 9 a— 22 m 7 
a— 23 m 7 a— 24 m 8 f--26 m 8 rf— 27 w 7 «— 
28m 6a 

L0tt»r-Boxes, 2 m 7 6 

Promotion of Captaiu R. W. Napier, 6 m 



6c 



6b 



Proposed Lighthouse in Morte Bay, 8 m 6 o 
Protocol— Sir Henry EUlott, 28 m 7 a 
Public Business, 17/ 6 a— 20 /7 c— 10 m 



Baths and Washhouses, 21 m 8 <r 

Libraries Ar.t Amendment Bill, 7 m 7 / 

Offices. 2] fHe 

Record Office Bill. 28/7 a— 7 m 6 a— 14 

m 6 a 
Publicans' Certiflcata (Scotland) Bill, 10 m 

6a-16m7a— 17m96 

Punishment of a Miner, 2\/S d 

Parchft.*e Department. ]7 f9 a 



PAXJm*8 IKDfiX TO ''TBE TIUKfl '' MXWSrAPER. [Jmil..l4> 



PaTliamentary Pxoceedingi (rontinued), 

Queen's College, Ireland, 20/7 a 

Questions. J> / 9 «— 12 / 6 /*— I3y 7 /•— 14 f 

6 i— 16 / 8 c— if? / 7 /*-20 / 8 d— 22/ 6/— 23 
/ 7 e— 26^ 6y— 27 fS o— l' w 7 e--2 m 8 6—6 
» 8c--8 m 8<i— 9 lii 8</--12 m 8 6—16 ml e- 
U m 8 6—19 m 8 6—20 m 8 o— C2 n 8 a- 23 m 

7 6—23 w 8 f— 26 m 8 «— 27 m 7/ 

Railway Acddent^ 14/6«&c— 18j»i6 a 

—21 ml a 
Commission, 28 m 6 a 



Commission. 21/8 e — 8 m 6 6 



8c 



Rarosgate Harbour, 27/6 f 

Rangoon to Riang Hnng, 18 m 7 6 

Real Property, 3 m 6 a 

Recent Floods, 20/7 a 

Recruits, 8 m 6 ^—9 m 7 c 

Registration of Borough, Voters Bill, 22 J 



of Deeds (Scotland) 23 /"G r/ 



^-" 



— Religious Persecution in Poland, 2 m 7 c 

— Returns. 1 7 m 9 6 

— Road and Bridges (Scotland) Bfll, 18 / 7 </ 

— Rotten Row. 16 / 6 c 

— Roumania, 20 f 1 a 

— Royal Marine Corps, 21/8 e 

Commission, 13 « 6 a & c — 17 m 9 o & 6 

—24 m 8 c— 28 m 6 a 

— Rnnoift in the Puriflc. 21/8 e 
in the Poles, 18 m 6 e 



^ — iiubsiMi Army, 28 /7 c 

Sale of Beer by Retail 27/7 a 

of Intoxicating Liquors on Sunday (Ire- 
land) Bill 13/ 6 c/— 28/ 8c 

of Nary Provisions, \%f^d 



— • Salmon Fishing in the Solwav, 17 m 9 e 

— biiiu.. ry Condition of the War Office, 18 
/ 6 rf— !• /6 rf— 3 m 6 6—9 m 7 d 

— »t. r les and St. Luke*s Joint Charities 
BiU, 28/ 7 a 

School Board Prosecution in Scotland, 7 m 

6d 

« Scl'ooner Maggie^ \7 fB a 

Scotch Board of Education, 24 m 8 6 

Business, 24/7 6 

Education Department, 14 m 6 d 

Historical Records. 18 m 6 d 

Scottish Board of Education, 16/6 « 

f^'econd Readings, 1 m 7 a 

Servia, 17/6 6 

Sessional Committees. 16 /'6 a 

Settled Estates BiU, 2Sm7 d 

Sittings in Banco, 16 /*6 6 

Slave Trade in the Red Sea, 14/6 c— 10 m 



6a 



Small Pox, 14 m 6 c 

— Hospital at Limehouse. 21 /"de— lOm 66 
Soldiers in the Harvest Field, 16 m 7 6 
in Prison, 24/6 6 



— South Africa. 21 /^8 e— 27/*7 a 

— Steam Tramways, 28/7 a 

— Steamship Prince, 14 m 6 e 

— '- Stock Exchange Commission, 27 m 7 c 

— Suez Canal 16/6 6—6 m 6 </— 14 m 6 n 

— Summary of Proceedings, 9/9/— 10/9 a 
— 13/*9a U/S/*— 15/9a-16/*6/— 17 /• 
c) 6— 19 / 8 6— 207 9 a— 21 /9 /— 22/9 a— 23/ 

70 



Parliamentary Proceedings (continued). 

9 fl— 24 / 8 /*— 27 /*9 <i— 28/9 a— 1 m 9 <*—- * 
m 9 •— 3 m 9 a— 6 si 9 o— 7 m 9 a — 8 m i9 a- 
9 m 9 a--10 m 9 a— 13 m 8/— 14 m 9 a— 16 p, 
9a.]6m9a— 17iN 11 a— 20 m 9 a— 21 mS*^ 
—22 til 9 a— 23 m 9 «— 24 m 11 d— 27 m 9 a- 
28 m 8/ 

— Supposed Outrage, 2 m I'd 

Supply, 10 / 6 r— 9 m 8 </— 12 m 8 ^—16 « 

7 c— 17 IN 10 6—19 m 8 6—23 m 7 <— 28 ■ 8 a 
—27 »i 7/ 

— - Supreme Court of Judicature (IrdAnd 
Bill 13/7e— 20/8a— I0iii6«-16»8a 

^— Surgeons in the Volunteer Force, 17/6 i 

Surinam, 24 A6 6 

Swearing in of Recruits, 23/6 c 

Taxation in Malta, 14/6 6 

in Ceylon, 14/6 6 

in Cuba, 16 m 7 6 

— » Telegraph Surveyors, 16 m 7 i 

Telegraphs, 13 /'6 6 

Tenants of Chun h Lands (Ire]and\ 17 / 6 V 

— Thames River ^Prevention of Floods) BiU 
7 m 7/— 26 mnd 

Thomasina M*LelUm, 13 m 5 if 

Threshing MachiEes, 15/8 • 

Bill 1 » 7 e 



m t€ 



— Thunderer Explosion, 16y 6 d 

— Tichbume Claimant, 10 m 6 a— 14 
17 IN 106— 28 m 6 a 

— Torpedoes, 20 m 6/ 

— Town Councils and Local Boards Bill, 1 
7 a 

— Trade-Marks, 9 m 7 c 

— Training Ships, 17/66 
Britannia^ 16 m 7 c 



•ft 



of Teachers. 2S fSa 



— Treasury and Exchequor Bills Bill, 9 •• 7 */ 
—13 m 8 a— 16 IN 7 a 

— Trial of Election Petitions, 20f7b 
for Manslaughter, at Durham. 9 m 7 t 

— Turkey, 14/6 r— 3 m 6 a— 7 m 6 a 

— Turkish Atrocities, 16/6 c/ 

Loans. 13 / 6c— 9fli 7c— lOm 6 5 

— Universities* Bill 20/7 c— 27 /7 o 
of Oxford and Cambridge Bill, 13 a* i^ «/ 



— Unsea worthy Ships, 13 m 6 of 

— Vaccination, 16/^6 rf— 21 /8 e— 9 m7 a 

— Vaccme Lymph in Ireland, 28/7 c 

— Valuation of Property Bill, 13/6 A-T « 
6 6—9 m 7 cf 

— Vanguard, 21/8 rf— 13 m 6/ 

— Viceroy's Residence at Simla, 2m 7 c 

— Volunteer Corps in Ireland, 10/tt • 

— Warrant Officers. 13 m 6/ 

— Ways and Means, 10/6 c— 13 ai 8 a— i3 » 
7e 

— West Africs, 7 m 6 6 
African Settlements, 2 m 7 c 



Withdrawal of the Ambassadors, 16 7*6 c 

Zanzibar, \^fCb&d 

PABLIAMSKTARY SPE£0H£8 :— 

*«* When the Speech of a Member is requirnl 
on any particular debate, by referring to iIm^ 
tuhjert under Parliambmtart PnoOBBDnrtta^ ii 
can be seen at once by the reference aasworing 
to that affixed to the Speaker's name. 



Mar. 80, Ih77.] palmer's index to tue " timks '* NEWsrAi»ER. 



Par 



ParliamentoTy SpcediM (continued), 

Adderle/, Sir 0^ 17/ 6 6—20/7 6— 24/« 

6—27/7 « 
Alexander, M* Arthur, 20/ 7 h^22/S c— 

2i/7e 

CoL, 24 / 7 6—6 ml f 

Aoderton, G.. 13./ 7 </-14,/ 7 6 

— Anstruther. Sir R., 15 /»# 7 // 

ArgrvU. Duke of, 9 /'7 c— 21/6 a— 27/6« 

Ashley, —.in e^ ml h 

Attorn.^v-GeiKTAl, 13 /'7 6 & r— 16/6 6— 

20/8 h - y* / 7 «— 27 / 6/-~l m 7 c—^ ml b 

'BaiUio- Cochrane, tee Cochsakb 

Balfour, Sir G^ 14/7 c^6 ml e 

BaroUy, — , 18 /•7 e- 22/8 6—24/7 e 

Barttelot, Sir W. 16/7 c— 22 / 8 «— 6 m 

7 rf— » m 7/— 10 M 6/ 
— - Bath, Marquis of, 17/6 a 

Baxter, -, 7 w 6 «— 15 m 1 a 

Beaoooffleld. Kad of, / 7 ^—18 /"G a— 1 1 

/e /» & c-17 / 6 a— 21 A 7/— 2 J/6 a 

Beaucbamp. Earl, 24 > 6*<i— 6im 6 a— 18 m 8 6 

—^ Belmore, Earl of, 2 m 7 u 

Benlinck, — , 8 m 7 6—7 m 6 e— 8 w 7 c— 

18 m 7 a— 21 mBa 

• Bereiford, Lord C^ 20 m C / 

BlennerhMaett, — , 22 m 7 6 

Boord, — , 24 /•7 c 

— Bourke, -, 1^/6 b & c— 17/6 6—21 fSd 
—84 / 6 rf— 27 f 1 «— 3 m 7 rf— 7 m 6 6—9 m 
r6-«l7« 10a-28<R6/* 

Boiler, Sir G.. 18/6 /•— 18/7 rf-.24y 6/ 

Bright, Jacob, 8 m 7 a— 22 ml f 

Butt, — , 15 /*8 6—20 m 6/— tTJ ml at J 

Butler-Johnttone, — , 24 m 9 / 

CadoKan, Earl, 13 /*6 a— 24 m 8 6 

Cameron, Dr., 18 m 6/ 

CampbeU, Sir G.. 18 /•6 r^l4/6 ^—16 fC 

11—24 / 7 fl— 6 m 6 /*-17 wi 9 J 
■ CampbeU- Bannerroan, — , 6 m 8 a 

Camperdown, Earl of , 6 ai 6 a 

Caotejburj, Archbishop of, 10/6 a — 14 

m6e 

Cardwell Tx)rd. 9/1 d— 22 m 8 6 

>— > Carnarvon, Earl of, 2 m 7 a 

Cave, — . 14/7 6—6 m 6 «— 23 ml c 

Chamberlain, — , 16 / 7 c— 14 w 6/-21 

nt 7s 

Chancellor of the Exchequer, 9/8 /"- 9 /* 

9 «— 10 / 6 f-l8 /^ c— 14 / 8 a— 16/6 c— 20 
/7 A— 20 f 8 «— 23/7 a— 24 / 7 a— 27 rib 
—28 / 8 c— 2 HI 7 /— 8 m 7/— 6 m 6 rf— 8 m 1 
^—9 m 7 </ & /*— 10 m 7 c— 14 m 6 s— 16 ml f 
—20 m 6 /*— 21 m 8 6—28 m 7 (i— 24 m 8 c 4 W 
—24 m id c— 27 m 7 c— 28 mid 

— ChUders,— ,27/7 a-18 1116/ 
CTive, — . 22 m 7 c 

— Coohrane.Baillie,17/7d— 8m6s— 28iii6e 

Cole, —,24/7 e 

— - Cotton, Alderman. 21 m 7 / 

— Courtney, — , 1 7 /* 7 c — 22 m 7 e 

Cowen, — , 24/6 6 

Gowper-Temple, — , 22/8 a 

Cross. — , 10 /• 6 rf-18 f6 c— 16 fld^22 

fS ^—28/7 6—24 / 7 6—6 m 6 rf— 15 m 7 rf— 
17 m 10 6 
De La Warr. EarL 24 /*6 a— 18 m 6 a 1 



Parliamentary Speeches {^continued). 

Denison, C. B., 14/7 6 

Derby, Earl of, 9j 7 a— 21 /6 c— 28 /* 6 6 

—27 /'6 c— 18 m 6 c— 28 « 7 a 
Dilke. Sir Chas., 22/8 c— 24 m 8 <f 

— Dodson, — , 10 w 7 6 
Dorchester, Lord, 13 m 6 6 

— Dowing, — , 22 m 7 d 

Dudley, Earl of, 23 m 7 a 

Duflf, Grant, 10 / 6 6—17 fl rf-20/7 d - 

23/8 c— 24/ 6 </— 3 m 6 e— i> m «/— 14 mid 

Egerton, A., 7 m 6 /*— 13 /*« 0/ 

Elcho, Lord, 22/8 c— 6 ml a 

Elliot, Sir H., 13^ 6 c 

Enfield, Viscount, 6 m 6 6 

Eslington, Lord, 27/7 n— 3 m 7 6 

Fawcett, ^. 14/6 c— 28 /6 6—24 ai 8 e 

Fitzmaurlce, Lord E., 3 m 7 c 

Forster, W. E., 18/6 rf— 28 / 8 e— 17 m 

</— 28 mlie 

Forsyth, — , 14 /•7 c-1 m 7 6 

Fortescue, Earl, 18/6a— 23/6 6— 20m66 

Eraser, Sir W., 13/6 rf— 16/7 a 

Gal way. Lord, 9 /' 8 a 

— Gerard. Noel, 13/6 d 

Gilpin, Sir R., 6 m 7 e 

Gladstone. Rt. Hon. W. E., 9 / 9 rf— 13/f» 

6—17 fO r— 24 m 9 c— 28 m 6 c— 28 ml a 

Goidsmid, — , 27 /*7 a— 16 mid 

Gordon. Sir A., 22/8 6 

Goschen, — , 14 J 7^—16/7 </— 20y 7/— 

6 M 6 /— 11 m 8 6—13 ml a& c— 20 m 7 e— 
21 HI g ^ 

OranTiUe. Earl, 9 /6 rf— 14 f6 a— 17y 6 a 

—21 / 7 rf-23/ 6 a— 14 m 6 6 

Gregory, — . 20y 7 e 

r Grey, Earl, 27 / 6 6 

Grey de Wilton. Ixird, 9/6 c 

Haddington, F^rl of. 9/6 d 

Hamilton. Lord George, 14/7 c 

Hnrcourt, Sir W., 16 / « c— 3 ml e 

Hardy, - ,9 /"Se— 10 /*6 d— 17 / 6/— 20 

/7 c— 24/7 </— 6 m€ e &/— 6 m 7 a 
Hartington, Marquis of, 9/8 c — 9 /* o — 

i3/6/_l() », 7 c— 24 m 9 a— 28 m^d 

- HMiherley. Lonl, 17 1.1 9 a 
Havelock. 8ir II., 6 w 7 /" 

Hay, Sir John, 13 m 7 a 

Henry, Mitchell, 23 /*6/ 

Herbert, — , 22 m 1 a 

Hervey, Lord F.. 8 m 7 a 

Hibbert, — , 9 w 8 a 

Hicks-Beach, Sir M., 10/ C a A d -13 7 S 

</— 16 rs 6—16 / 7 /•— 17 /-e 6— 21/8 «— 2,3/ 
6 4t— 27/6 /*— 28 /• 7/ 17 w 9 «— 22 w 7 « 

Hogg, Sir J., 23 / 6 c 

HolUnd, Sir II., 17 tn 10 a 

Hope, Beresford, 20/7 «— 22/8 6—1 m 7 

6— 8m 76 

Hop wood, — , 16/6 « 

Houghton. Lord, 24 /'6 a 

Howard. E. S., 14 ml d— 17 m 9 « 

Hubbard, — , 1 w 7 rf— 9 m 7 «— 10 mid 

Hunt, Ward. 10 /' 6 6-^2 w 7 6—7 « 7 6— 

10 m 7 6—13 m 7 o & c— 20 m 1 a St, f 

James, Sir H., 20 /8 6—1 m 1 c— 21 mS a 

^— Jenkias. D.. 7 m 6 « 



Par 



«i 



r> 



PALUBJfcS INDEX TO '* THE TIHK8 NKWdPAPEK. 



[Jan. l-ito 



Parliamentary Spaeohet (con tinted), 
^— J(jhn8tone} bir H., 10 m B </ 

Kay-Shuttleworlh, — , 20/7 6 

Kenealy. Dr., 10 f 6 r— 16 /7a 

Kemiaway. Sir J., 14 m 7 b 

Kimberley. Earl of, 21 y 7 A— 2 m 7 a— 6 

VI 6 6 
— • King-Harman, — , 22 « 7 e 
KDatchbiill-Hugesseu, ^. 16y 6/— 2 w 7 i 

—16 M 7 </ 

Law, — , 20/8 0—28 f7 e— 8 m7 d 

«— ^ Lawson, Sir W., 14 m 7 c 

— Lefevre, Jihaw, 7 w 7 a— 8 m 7 c— 18 w 7 6 
—20 w 7 c 

— Leighton, — , 8 im 7 6 

Lewis. C. lJ/6/— 16/8 fc— 28/7 c 

Lopes. Sir Mastey, 7 m 7 b 

Lord Advocate, 10/6 «~18/7 </— 22/8c 

— 24 / 7 c— 16 m 7 </— 17 m 9/ 

Lord Chancellor, 28/7 /i— 17 w 9 a 

Lowe, — , 20 /*7 c— 24/ 7 a— 21 m 8 6 

l.owiher, J., 20/7 a— 21 f 8 #—8 m 7 •— 

16III 7e 

Lnbbock, Sir John, 20/7/— 8 »i 7 « 

Lusk, ^^ir A., 23/7 A— 27/? h 

— - Macartney, — , 16/8 a 

— Mscdonaldy — , 16 m 4 </ 
Maitland, J., 16 w 7 a 

Martin, —,24/7 e— 1 m7 d 

M*T*arrn, — , 24 / 7 n 

Meldon, — , 18./ 6/ 

Middleton, Viscount, 7 ni 6 a 

Mitchell, Henry, \o/ Sb 

MonUjpu, Lord R., 16/6 c— 17 f 7 t— 16 

m7 d 

More, Colonel, 22 /* 8 c 

Morgan, O., 20/7 «— 24/7 rf— 8 m7d 

MulholUnd, — , 16/8 a 

Mnndella. — , 18/ 7 rf— 20/8 c— 1 mSa 

Muntz, — . 28/7 6 

M lire. Colonel, 6 m 7 d 

Newdegate. -,10/6 c— 16/7 6—28/7 a 

—22 m 7 c 

Noel. Gerard, 16/ 6 c-21 f 8 d— 24 /6c 
,— J7»,9/ 



.6 m 7 /— 10 



— 2 m 7 6 

— Nolan, Captain, 20/8 b- 
m6f 

— ()*Conor Don, 17 w 9 «/— 22 m 7 « 

— O'Gorman, Major, 18/6 e 

— O'Loghlen. Sir C, 20/8 6 

— O'Keilly, — , 16/8 6—17 m 9 d— 22 m7e 

— 0*Shaughnessy, — , 17 m 7 c 

— Onslow. — , 14/6 c 

— Orr-Ewing, — , 16 m 7 c 

— Paget, — , 10 m 6/ 

— Pamell, — . 16 fS a— 17/6 6 

— Pell, — , 10 m 7 a 

— Percy, Earl, 24 / 6/-.1 m 7 c— 6 m 7 /- 8 
m7 € 

— Pim. Captain, 21 /*8 «— 21 /9 o— 18 m7d 

— Plavfair, Dr., 20/7 e— 24 / 6 /*— 15 m 7 c 

— Plunket, — , 17 w 9 rf— 22 m 7 rf— 24 m 9 6 

— Price, Captain. 7 w 7 a — 18 m 6 e 

— Raikes, —,22/8 a—US/ 7 a 

— Kathbone, — , 10 m 7 a 

— Read, — , 9 m 8 a— 10 m 6 6 
-^ Redesdale. Earl of, 16 /' 6 a 



TO 



Parliamentary Speeches (ecntinvedj, 

keed, — , 7 m 6 </— 8 m 7 /— 18 m 7 b— 20 

m 7b 
Richmond, Duke of. 28 /* 6 6—9 m 7 a— 14 

M 6 f/— 20 m 6 A— 24 m 8 a 

Riuley, Matthew, 16/6 e 

Ritchie. —,21/8 « 

Rodwell, — , 8 M 7 i/ 

- Roebuck. — , 1 m7 e 

Rosebery, Earl of. 23/6 a 

Russell, Sir C, 21 m 7 e 

RyUnds, — , 16 / 6 d— 27/7 d^ 24 ai 10 c 

—28 mUd 

Salisbury, Marquis of, 9 /" 7 «— 21 / 7 6 

Samuda, — , 21/8/— 7 m 7 o— 20 » 7 « 

Samuelson, — , 13^ 7 </— 16 /*6 «f— 28/8o 

Sandon, Lord, 28 / 6 «— 28 / 7 6—28 f%a 

St. Alban s. Duke of, 13/6 a 

Sclater-Booth, — , 18 / 6 /— 13 /7 «— 1^ / 

6 </— 1 m 7 a— 9 m 7 </— 9 mSe 

Seely. — . 7 w 6 6—20 m7 d 

Selwin-Ibbetson, Sir H., 19/6 e— 16 / 7 * 

4 c~16 m 7 a 

Sheridan, — , 28 m 7 e 

Sherlock. — , 20 / 8 o 

Shute. General, 6 w 7 « 

Saiilh. R.. 28/7e 

VV. H., 24 /6 6-27 / 7 6 

Smollett, — ; 1 4 /• 6 e 

Smvth. R.. 13 /"fi^ 

Solicitor-General for Ireland, 18/7 e— 15 

/8/> 

Spencer- Stanhope, W., 16/7 « 

Stanhope. E., 21 m 7/ 

Stftni«feld. — , 13 / 7 a— 1 m 7 6—10 ai: 7 a 

Mratheden, Lord. 21 /*7 a— 27/6 a 

Sullivan, — . 13 /^ /— 22 m 7 </— 23 ai 7 a 

Torr, -, 9/8i5 

Trevelyan, — , 28 /^ 6 /— 24 / 6 o— 16 

m7d 

Walpole, — , 20 / 8 a 

Walter,— ,21 f9a 

Waterlow, Sir S,,\ef7 o— 2« f7d 

Watkin, Sir E., 6 w 6 rf— 21 «i*7 / 

i WaTeney, Lord, 9/7 e 

Westminster, Duke of, 2\ J e f 

Whalley, —,10/6 c— 1 m 7 rf— 17 m 10 6 

. Whitbread, — , 18/7 a— 10 m 6 c 

Williams, Watkin, 8 w 7 6 

Wolff. Sir H. D., 24 m 10 6—28 ai 6 6 

Wyndham, Percy, 3 m 6 6—17 m 9/ 

Yorke, R., 16/6^—10 m 6 e— 20 ai 7 c 

Parry ^Nerille) Proposal to Place the Weather 

Meteorological Chart from the Times, in. aU 
Seafaring Post Offices, Smile 

Par^ees and British Rule, 2 m 4/ 

Parsuns (Rer. H. W.) Lecture on Temperance, 
at New York, 6 t 7 /* 

Partnerships Dissolved, ft ;' 8 c— 67 8 6—10 186 
— 13y 6 rt— 17^ 8 6— 20j 8 6— 24y 8 c— 27 ; 8 
fl— 31 j 8 6—3 / 8 6— 7y 8 c- 10/ 8 a— 14/8 
c— 17y9a— 21/6/- 24 /•8 6— 28 /"S rf— 8 « 
8tt— 7m8f— IO1118C— 14w 7 /— 17a^8/— 
2l m 8 c— 24 m 13 e— 28 m 8 6—31 si 8 c 

Passover, Feast of. 29 m 6 /* 

Patent Office. United States, Applications to 
Roi:l«ter. l> / 3 c 



M, IS 77.] PALUim'S INDEX TO ** TUE TIME5 ** NEWSPATKR. 



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Patent Office, "^ holesale Destruction of Expired 

Specifications, 26 i 3 6—6 mil/ 
-^ — Shaft and Azletree Company of Wednea- 

bury, 2 m 6 c 
Patents fur Inrentions Bill, 9 m A b 
Patti (Adeline, nee Marquise de Cam) Letter to 

the Figaro on her Suit, i m b f 
— — Seeking Judicial Separation from her 

Husband, 2 m » /* 
Fauer (KrnHt) on the Nature of Music, 22 j 7 d 
Pauper Children, Note on. 81 m 10 s 

Farming at Leavesden. 81 m 10 s 

ftiuperism. Monfhiv Return, 20>4/*— 15/9/ 

Pavement of Pall Mall. 7/ 10 // 

Pawsen & Co. (Limiteil,, Meeting, B J 7 (—18 

Peabody Donation Fund, Report, 20 /*4 </ 
Peachejr (J. P.) Turf Reciprocity, T m^d 
Peacock Room, \5 fi d 
Pears (E. A.; on Floating Powder Barrels, 24/ 

Pearson (J. L.) Warning against a Swindler 

Uidng his Name, 1/9 e 

(W.) on Holly Berries, 19 ; 6 /* 

Pease J. W.) Presents a New Building to the 

Middlesbrough High School, 16 i 10/ 
Peel River Land and Mineral Company, 9 j 7 e 

— 16j7</ 

(Lt. Gen.) Turf Reciprocity, 7 mSd 

-^— (Sir Robt.) Statue of, in Parliament Sq., 

18; 12 a 
Peerage:— New Creations: — Redesdale, Baron, 

to be an Earl, 8i 8 r~4 / 5 s— 10 ; 6 c 
Pelham (T. H. W.) Emigration of Pauper Child- 
ren. 22 i 4 / 
Binder (John) on the DomiBion Telegraph, 2 / 

7e 
Peninsular and Oriental Company, 8 m 6/ 
Pennington (Fred.) on the Crisis of the Eaftem 

Question, 10 / 10 s 
Penny Banks, M<^eting at Hackney to Promote, 

6/66 
Penrose (F. C.) on the Portico of St. Martin's 

in the Fields, 20 fbf 
Pepper, State of Trade in, 5j 7 f— 18 j 6 rf— 19 

I 7 c— 20 ; 7 /— 24> 7^—27 i 7 « -81 ; 7^-3 

/7«— 7/7c— 14/ 10 c— 17/11 d— 21 /12 c 

—28/ 10 A— 24 / 10 e -28/ 10 A— 10 « 7 /— 

17 M 8 6—21 m 6 /— 28 m 6 6—28 m 10 c— 80 

mbd 
(Professor) at Sadler's Wells, on Fires In 

Theatres, I076/ 
Percival (J.) on the UniYersity Boat Race, 29 m 

Percy (Lord) on the Public Worship Regulation 

Act, 8/6/ 
Permissive Bill Meeting at Birmingham, 7 /*6 s 
Perry A Co., (Limited) Annual Report, 18/10</ 
Ptrsonal Explanation, 20 f 10/ 

SUtistics, 6/86 

Work Among the Poor, 14/4/ 

Peruvian Bondholders, New Arrangements, 8 / 

^d 
Peter the Great and Russian Journalism, 16 /9y' 
Petermann (Dr.) his Idea of London, 4 7 10 / 
Peterson (W. C.) Donations to the Widow of, 6 

/nc 



Pel her (Miss> Clo^e of the Subscription for and 

Investment, 2/11 t 
Petroleum, State of Trade in, 2j 7 6—9 ; 7 c/— 

16> 7r— 23i 7 rf— 80i 7 rf— 2 fA «— 6 / 7 €- 

13 r 10 c/— 20 f 6 d— 27 J 10 /— 6 m 10 </— 18 
m i 1 (/— 20 m 10 6—24 m 13 c— 27 m 10 c 

Pew and Pulpit, 9 m 6/— 26 m 10 a 

Phelps (Samuel) Announced Retirement of from 

the Stage, 16 m 8 c 
Phik>8ophy of Speech, 28^ 6/— 80> 6 d 
Phospho-Guano Company, 22 / 7 6 
Physicians, Royal College of, Be*£lection of 

President, 27 m 9./' 
Picketting, Note about, 2 f\2 h 
Pig««, Mud, Didintering of to Sell, SJ 7 d 
Pigeons' Show at Sydenham. 1 1 ; 4/ 
Pigott c Richard) on Untried Prittoners, 28 tn 7 s 
Pitcher (R. W.) Public House Statistics, 26 j 10 c 
Plant Growth, Lecture on, 29 m 4/ 
Pianto ami Insects, Sir J. Lubbock's Lecture on, 

22/ 6 d 
PUy Bills, Sale of Old, see Old 
Play fair (Dr. Lyon) on the Profession of Teach- 

l"R» I0J6 6 
Plaza (De La) on the Argentine Confederation, 

21/ 12 6 
PlinisoU (Samuel) Condemned Meat, 17 m 8e 
Plough Monday, Annual Custom, dj 7 d 
Plunistead Common, Mr. De Morgan and his 

Allies Fill in Mr. Jacobs's Pitt. 1 ; 10^^-8 ) 9 

/-15 j 10 «— 16 ; 6 <^-20 ; 9./— 29 ; 9/ 
and the Metropoliun Board of Works, 6/ 

66 
Deputation to Mr. Gladstone about, 16/5 

«— 16 m7 f 
Letter from Mr. Gladstone about, 27 /6 / 

— Imfi/- 
Legal Proceedings about, 24; 6/— 81 / 5 rf 

—6 / 10 c 

and the War Office, 10 / 10 e- 19/11 f 

Poaching and Lord Coleridge, 1 m 7/ 

Affray near Belvoir Castle, 15/9 « 

at Norton Desney, 1/9/ 

Poetry— *> Bom in March" by the Poet Laa« 

reate, 27 fbd 
Poisoned Arrows, Note about, 1 ji 12 6 
Polar Colony, 28 /4s 

Polaris Expedition Grant to the Rescuers, 7/106 
POUOE:- 
Abbledon, Wm., for Railway Offence, 24 m 

14 a 

Abbott, John, and another, for Fraud, 16 m 

11 r 
Abrahams, Abraham, and others, for Steal- 
ing, 81 > lis 

Adams, Captain, for Advice, 2\fllf 

Allam, Isaac, for Assault, 5/lly 

AUaway, Stephen, for Fraud, 80 m 11 s— 

29 m 11 s 
AUman, and Four other Poachers, for At- 
tempted Murder, 6i 7/ 

Andrews, John, for Stealing, 18 m 12 e 

Application on an Attempt to Bribe an 

Agent, 2 /\i d 

about Child Stealing, Bmlld 

to have a Young Man Suffering from' 



Smill P«)x Removed to the Hospital. 18 t 11 a^ 



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PALAOB'S UIDSX. Tt^ ^< TOC TIMC5 " KBWdPlJ*XR. 



[Jan. 1 V* 



Police (t.ontinwed), 

Auerbach, Randolph, for Railiray Offence, 

19/ n a 
Austin, Is^ac, a Cabman, for Receiving 

More than his Fare. 24/ 1 1 e 
John, for Driving Cattle in the Streets, 

15/11 d 
Avrcs, Wm., and other Milk Dealers, for 

Selling Adulterated Milk, 5 / ! I « 
Baile^r, Elizabeth, fur Concealment of Birth, 

17 »i 13/ 

Baker, Chas.. for Murder, 0/7 e~5/9y 

Daniel, and Five other Boys, for Travel- 

Ung Without Tickets, 15 7 7/' 

Fred. Edwin, for Mnrder, 19 / 6 6—26 j 



— Baldwin, — , for Assault, 12 > 1 1 d 

— Bancroft, Thos., & Co., for Adulteration, 80 
m9/ 

— Barber, Henry, for Railway Offence, 9 " lie 

— Barker, Alfred, for Attempted Murder and 
Suicide, 10 m 11 e— 17 m 13 e- 24 in 14 a 

Henry, for Burgl «ry, 7 iw 1 1 €—14 m 11/ 



Barret, Ellen, for Violent Assault. 28i)t 1 1/ 

Barry. Thomas, for Assault, 12 m 11 c 

Beardrell, Joseph, for Bankruptcy Act 

Offence. 12 w 1 1 </— 23 m 11 /— 24 m 14 a 

Beasley. Rose, for Assault, 15 / 11 e 

Beavis, Thos., for Assault, 16 m 1 1 / 

Benbow, Mrs., for Assistance, 12i 11 c 

Bennet, Ellen, and another, for Fighting, 

22 /' 1 1 s 

Bennett, Thos., for Murder, 24/8 6 

Benson, Henry, and others, for Conspiring 

to Dtffraud, 1 > J 11 d— 5 / 11 s— 12 /ll rf— 7 

m 11 <f 
Beresford, Lord Marcos, for Assault, 15 m 

Us 
Beresford, Thos. Kdw., for Drunl^nnesi, 

28i«ll/— 29w 11/ 

Berry, John, for Assault. 14 / 12 a 

Bevan, Bella, for Stealing, 19/11 a 

John, for Stealing, 2./ II e 

Biddle, Wm. Henry, for Embezslement, 12 

;llc 

Biggs, Lionel, for Railway Offence, 1 / 1 1 rf 

Billidu, Prosper Cano Polydore, for Steal- 

ing«29iR He 
Bloomfield, Fred, for Assault, 5/11 /*— 8 

fWd 
Blount, Alexander, for Wife Assault, 29 m 

11/ 
Boniface, Chas., for Sanitary Act Offence, 

81; lis 
— Booth, Geo. Edward, for Robbery, 5)5/ 
»— Bower, Wm., for Assault, 6./ 11 e 

Boymound, Geo., for Assanlt. 11 ; 11 s 

BradUugh, Wm. R., for Libel, ISj 11 • 

Brown, Ann, for Fraud, 15^ 11 e 

B. Richard, for Refusing to Weigh Bread, 

\9m\ie 

Geo., for Fraud, 22 m 11 6 

Henry, for Explosives Act Offence, 21 / 



11/ 



James, for Fraud, IBj Me 



Thomas, for Drunkenness, 22 m 11 c 

— Browne, Montague, for Felony, 24 /* 11 e 



Police {conitnued), 

Bryant, Ellen, for Cutting and Wounding, 

26 /- 1 1 

— Buckle, Major Charles Randolf, for Man- 
slaughter, 6/ 1 1 rf— 8/ 1 1 d 

Bulbrook, John, for Assault, 12/11 <l 

Bullock, E., for Protection, 81 i 11 e 

Burden, John Richard, for Unlawful Pos- 
session, 9 J 11 6 

Mary, for Stealing, 28 m 1 1 / 

Burton, Geo., for Assault, 16/12 a 

Wm., for Perjury. 15 /' 1 1 s 



— Bushby, Eliz., for Infanticide and Attamptai 
Suicide. 9j\l c 

— Butler, Benjamin, for Stealing, 1 / 1 1 • 

— Butt. Alex., for Infectious Disease Offence, 
10/ 1 1 c 

— Cabman, for Plying for Hire in the Streets^ 
26/11 e 

— Cabmen, Four, for Leaving their Caba Un- 
attended, 14 /* 12 a 

— CaUaghan, Edw., for SteaUng, 18 m 12 tf 
Wm.. for Assault, 8 /* 1 1 e 



— Campbell Julia, for Assault, 27 m 11 tf 

— Campoverde, Geo., for Fraud. 12 m 1 1 if 

— Gannon, Thos. Henry, for Furious Driving, 
2/-11 d 

— Carter, — , for Railway Offence, 2 m 13 « 

— (^assidy, Dennis, for Assanlt, 2A flld 

— Castle, Charles, for Sleeping in his Cart, I 
/ll «— 20/11 s 

— Caston,' John, for Manslaughter, 9 j 11 c 

— Cathermole, Jos., for Assault and Wound- 
ing, 6lM 11 / 

— Cattle Plague Suroroonpes, 23/11 « 

— Chairs, Charles, and others, for Assault, M 
/ll e 

— Chamberlain, Edw., and another, for Loi- 
tering, 18 ; 1 1 e 

— Champney, Felix, and others, for Selling 
Adulterated Milk, 19/11 a 

— (handler, John, and another, for Stealmg, 
9ii lie 

-^ Chapman. — , and another, for Stealing 
Goods from Trains in Transit. 15 / 7 <f 

Francis, and other Railwapr Servants, for 



Robbery, 4 ; 1 1 c/— 87 6 «-20 » 7 5 

James, for Attempted Suicide, 28 /* 11 if 



— Charles, Wm., for Murder, 16 m 10 a 

— Chichester, Wm., for Allowing hia Cattle 
on TootingBeck Common, S m 1 1 i/- 24 m U 4 

— Christopher, John, for Keeping Company 
with Thieves, 10 m 1 1 c 

Wm., and another, for Annoyance, 8 m 



Ud 



11 e 



Clamp, Geo., for Assault, 22/11 y 

Clark, Charles, for Embezilement, 29 m 



■ for Drunkenness and Assault, 6 « 11 < 

James Aslet, for Disorderly Conduct 

18/12 6 

Clarke, Wm., a/iV?f Ross, &c, for Harder 

17/5e 
Clash. Albert, and Wife, for Wilful Dam- 
age, 9 /"lie 

Coates, Robert, for Assault, 8 m 1 1 « 

Cokeley, Thos., for Stealing, 80 ai 9/ 



. SI, 1877.] palmkk's inubx to tiik " times " nKwarAPER. 



lol 



Police Crontinued). 

Culegrove, John, and Thoa. Falkner, for 

Fraud, 20 /• U </- 26/ 1 1 rf— 28 m U e 
CoUina, James, for Nut Supporting hit 

Wife and ChUdren. 16 / 1 i « 
Connor, Patrick, and others, for Assault, 

14/12 a 

Connorton, James, for Assault, 1 1 ; 11 s 

f 'onway, Isaac Wm., for Nonpayment of 

Wages, 6 m 1 1 e 

Cook, — , for Assault, 1 y 1 1 « 

Thomas, for Excise Act ()£fence, 7/1 1 d 

B. Cm for Railway Act Offence, 21 / 1 1 e 

Cooke, Thos , for Nuisance, lej 12 b 

Cooper, Charles, and another, for UnUw- 



fnl Possession, 18 / 12 a 

Wm., for Bankrupcy Act Offence, 16 / 

12 a— 26/11 d 

— Co^grave, James, for Assault, 12y 11 c 

— Costello. Thomas, for Assault, 12 m 11 e 

— Coults, Samuel, for Manslaughter, 1 ; 12 a 

— Cox, Arthur, for Assault, 81 > 1 1 e 
and another, for Forgery. 29 m lis 



— Cradvrick, Geo., for Assault, 1 7 12 ft 

— Crawley, John, for Assault and Hobhery, 
$7 mild 

— Cronin, Dennis, for Cutting and Wound- 
ing, 29 m 1 1 /* 

John Edw., for Drunkenness, 4c., Slj 1 1 • 



— Croucber, Wm., for Cruelty to a Horse, 10 
J\\ e 

— Cruelty to Horses, ImUd 

— Crutchley, John, for Railway Offence, 9 m 
lis 

— Cuff, Geo., and otheit, for Vagrancy, 22 / 
11 / 

— Cullman, — , for Fraud. 26 ; 10 a 

— Cuirer, Arthur, for Selling Liquors during 
Prohibited Hours, 15/11 d 

— Curtis, Albert, for Cutting and Wounding, 
IBjW s 

— (urties, John, for Adulteration, 6 m 1 1 «r 

— Cutting, Henry, for Brutal Conduct at Sea, 
2»ai6/ 

— Daly, James, and another, for Unlawful 
Possession, IS ; 5/ 

Rev. Joseph, a Roman Catholic Priest, 



lorSteaUng. 5>5/ 

— Dance, Henry, for Neglecting his Family, 

— Danesi, Charles, and another, for Smug- 
gling. 2/11 d 

— Darbyshire, John, for Selling Lemonade 
Witboiit a Licence, 12/ 1! d 

— Dare and Palmer, for Drunkenness, 26 m 
lit 

— D«?ey, George, for Stealing, 6/11 c~8 f 
11 • 

— a)»¥is, Charies, for Stealing, I i 12 ft 

Edward, for Hawking Without aLicenoe, 



SI » II if 

Om., for Unlawful Possesftion, 81 ; 1 1 s 

J. Hh for Allowing Betting in his House, 



18/llif 

Mary Ann« for Fortune Telling, 26 /*!! « 



Police Crontinued). 

Day and Ihree others, for Muuder, 6^ 7 s 

— 18i I2r— 17 / be 

— , for baring his Chimney on Fire, 28 m 



11 « 



Frederick, for Stealing. 9j 11 e 
John, for Assault, 6 m 1 1 e 



5e 



Deacon, Thos. and VVm., for Assault, 80 / 

Delahunte, Wm., for Murder, 19 i 6 s— 2 / 
6e 

— Dewey and Penrce, C^yerseers, for an Order 
to Enforce a Poor's Hate, 2 m 12 a— 19 m 1 1 cf 

— Disasters in the North Sea, Proposal to 
Raise a Fund for the Bureared, Smile 

— Disclaimers, 9^11 c — 15 ; 11 / 

— Dobson, Robert, and another, for Stealing, 
2m II / 

and Roberts, for Wanton Damage in 



NuUer Park, 6 ; 6 s 

— Doherty, Patrick, and others, for Stealing, 
9 m 11 e— 16 m 11/— 21 m 11 d 

— Donald, Richarcl, for Drunkenness, &c., 11 / 
11 € 

— Donnell, Mary, for haying a Stall Board in 
the Street, 27 m 1 1 d 

— Donovan, Daniel, for Disorderly Conduct, 
16y 12 ft 

John, for Drunkenness and Assault, 2 / 



ll<f 



Patrick, for Assault, 1 m 1 1 cf 



— Dore, Ellen, for Stab ing, 2> 11 s 

— Doulan, James, for Assault, \j 12 a 

— Doyle. W. Le Hunt, for Nonpayment of 
Cab Fare, 2 m 12 ft 

— Druce, Frederick, for Stealing, I m 1 1 (f 

— Drunkenness, a Magistrates, Comment on 
lil2ft 

— Dudley, Joseph, for Assault, I6.9 9 f 

— Duncotnbe, Geo., for Not Supporting kis 
Wife and Children, 14/12 a 

— Dyson, Dougal Lee, for Perjury, 6^11 e 

— East, Daniel, for Murdering hu Two 
Children, 26/9/— 28 y 6/ 

— Eaton, Geo., for Default of Duty as a 
Railway Pointsman, 10/9/ 

— Eddy. Robt.. for Fraud, 167 12 ft 

— Edersheim, Julius, for Stealing, 16^ 11 d 

— Edmunds, Herbert, for WheelLig a Bicycle 
on the Footway, 17 m 18 / 

Thos. John, for Stealing, 12 ; 11 c 

— Edwards, Alexander, for Assault, 12 f lid 
Edwin, for Fraud, 15 f 1 1 e 

" James, for Assault, 12 m 11/ 
for Wilful Damage, 9 /* 1 1 s 



— Dftwas, Thomas, for Sending Bad Meat to 
Market. 12 ni d 



and Steacey, for Stealing Dead and 

Buned Pigs, Bj7 d 

EUerton, Geo., for Stealing, 5 m U d 

Emerson, Mra. Application for Assistance, 

9 m 11 e— 12 m 11 e— 18 m 12 cf— 16 m 11 /— 
17 m 18 /— 19 m 11 s— 28 m 11 /— 80 m 9y 

England, Louisa, for Assault, 18/11 s 

Enwight, James, to le Sent to a Reforma- 
tory, 81 j 11/ 

Eupion Gas Case, 1^' 12 a 

Faes, Theodore, for Felonv, 24/ U ^ 

— - Fair.Henrv.for AttpmntPrt Miiwlor 9ft «. k /* 



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rALMKU's INDKX TO " THE TIMES " NKWftPAPEB. 



[Jan/ I W 



Po.ice Canttnued). 

i^Hrrant, Charles 8. C, for Wife As8aal^, 

\ii M 12 <r 

Fenn, Margirct, for Stealing, 12 m lie 

Field. James, for Begging, 3 m 11 i 

Firebrace, Isabella, for Drunkenness, 13 m 

12 c 

Fish, Bad, Application to Condemn, 1 1 i 1 1/ 

Flavian, Mrs., for H&ilway Offence, 11 i 

lie 

Fletcher, Williara., for Poaching and At- 
tempted Murder, \ /9 f 

Flick, Edwin and his Wife, for Forgery, 8 

/ll d— 15/11 d 

Flintoff, Geo., for Perjurv, 6/ 12 a -22 / 

11« 

Flood, Henry, for Bigaaiy, 2/11 d—Sf 1 1 e 

Fooks, Wm. Uei.ry, for Attempted Saicide, 

14 w 11/ 

Forbes, John, for Assault, S\ j l\ d 

Foreign Provision Deu lers, for Adoltera- 

tion, 20/11 d 

Seamen, Application for a Home for, 22 f 



II b 

— Foster, Charles, for Wilful Damage, 6 m 

11 s 

— Fox, Wm. Henry, for Railway Offence, 10 
jU c 

— Frail Emma, for Stealing. 9 ; 1 1 c 

— F'rancis, Alfred, for Disorderly Conduct, 6 
mils 

— Franklin, Satnuel for Stealing, 28/11 e 

— Friendly Society, Application for Assist- 
ance, 14 w 11 e 

— Fullager. John Edw.. for Stealing. 26 in 1 1 <f 

— Fury, Alfred, for Begging. 16> 12 c 

— Gallivaii, Jannes, for Not Supporting his 
Wife and Children, \oj\i e 

— Gardner. Alex., and others, for Conspiring 
toFraud, 6j lie— 18J11 e- 1/ 11 rf— 14 / 

12 a— 16 / 11 </— 8 m 11 c— 9 m 11 cf— 10 m 12 
a— 12 m 12 a— 13 m 12 6—19 m 11 if 

Alice, for Stealing I / 1 1 d-^S flid 



— Oaring, Charles, tor Fraud, 3 m 11 d 

— Garnett. Margaret, for Stealing. 16 / 12 a 

— Gedge. Sidney, for Not Sending his Child- 
ren to School 3/11 « 

— Gerrard, Henry, for Cruelty to his Daugh- 
ter, 3 m 6 /" 

— Gibbons, Richard Henry, for Railnray Of- 
fence, 12 i 11 d 

Thos., for Wife Assault, 80 m 9 s 



Gibbs, Elizabeth, for Assault, 19 mild 
Mary, for Stealing, 19 m lie 



Gibson, — , for Fraud, Bm U d 

Giffard, J. H., for Railiray Offenoa, 15 m 

11/ 
Gillham, Chas.. and another, for Kobb^y, 

81/ 11 e— 21/11 f 
Glaskin, Edward, and another, for Assault, 

2 m 12 a 
Gla«s, John Alfred, for Railway Offence^ 

28m 11 s 
Godson, Mary, for Stealing, 7 si 11 e-*13 

m 12 a 
Goldfinch, Gilbert, for Embeslement, 11 i 

II e 



Police (ronlinutl ). 

— Guodman. Gto,^ for Adulteration, 17 m 13 e 
Goodwin. John, fur Stealing, 29 m 11 / 

— Grant. Thus., for Being Hiotous in Chapd^ 
21 m 11 e 

Green, Chas., for Abuse, &c, 12^ 11 c 

for Stealing, 20 /" U e 

Greenbank, Leah, for Attempted Saicide, 

lOiM 11 e 

Greenish, — , for Perjury, 9 m 1 1 e 

Greenwood, — , for Attempted M order, 7 / 

7 b 
Gregory, Wm., for Embezzlement, 28 i 11 

e-~7m 11 d 
Grey, Charles M.,for Railway Offence, 20 ■ 

lie 
Robert, tor Thames Consenrancy Offence, 

2 m 12a 

GrifOths, Clara, for Assault, 13 HS a 

Grunmann, Barnard, for Ksiilway Offence, 

\J 12 a 

Guniing. Wm.. for Wife AsmhiU, 5 / 1 1 e 

Guy, Charlotte, for Murder, 12 i 8 a 

Hadkiss, Wm., and another, for Murder, 8 

mil cf 
Hadpress, Wm., and another, for Murder, 

I m 11 e 
Halahan, Peter Augustus, for Lodging 

House Act Offence 3 m 1 1 d 

Hall, E. (^harltfs, for Embezzlement, 6 /* 1 1 tf 

Francis, for Begging, 21 in 1 1 e 

Hands, Henry, for Assault, 16 m 11 f 

Harcourt. Francis, for Uttering Depred- 
ated Coin, 22 / 1 1 r 
Harding, Wm. Frederick, and others, for 

Adulterated Milk, 8 m 1 1 <f--10 mile 

— Hardy, Edward, for Shooting Himself, 28 
mile 

Harrison, Henry, for BeoeiTing -Stolen 

Goods, 7 / 1 1 f 

Hubert Toprell and another, for Forgery, 



15m 11 e— 23m 11 /~29m 11 e 

Simon Clement, for Arson, 1 m 1 1 e^:8 ■ 



11 «— 15 m 11 f 

— Hawkins, Mary, for Drunkenness, Ac, 1€ 
m 11/ 

— Hearn, Darid. for Assault, 19/11 6 

— Henderson, Chas, fur Detaining an Albom, 
12/11 d 

— Hennah, Wm., for Putting a Noxkms Drug 
nlFigs, 12m10d 

— Henney, Charles, for having Dead ^Bodies 
on his Premi«eit, 8/11 e 

— Herbert, Dennis, for Assault. \^f\^h 

— H«rrod, George, for Demanding More than 
his Fare, 24 m 14 6 

— Hickman, Philip, for Attempted Sturder, 
11;6d 

— Hicks, Thos. Edward, for Wif^ AssAidt^ 98 
/ 11 e 

— Hill, Samuel for Assault. 12 fAVd- 
Wm., for Sending Bad Meat* t6 Market, 

24 m 14 a < ' 

— Hillyer, Wm., and another, foi^Drui^n* 
ness and Assault, 1 / 1 1 s- « 

— Hilson, Esther, for Abuse, 15 m 11 •« 

— Hissev, Charles, for Assaulted / IlV * 



Mitf. Sf, 1877.] rALMKit'x inkkx to "the times" NE\rsrAt'KR. 



PjI 



Folisa {ronttnued). 

Uobb:*, Thotnia, for Unlawful Detention. 

28 m 1 1 e 

HodgeB, Albert, f(»r Fraud, 28 w 1 1 / 

HoUord, Chad, fur Attempted Suicide, 6 9 



— Holland Ann, Illtreating a Pigeon, 21/11/ 

— HoUandt, Wm., for Fraud, 24 m H a—^O 

— Holmes, — , for Kailwajr Offence. 2 w 1 1 A 
Philip, for Inciting an AsshuU, 10 j II r 

W., alius Summer, for Drunkenness and 



Begging. 28 / 1 1 e 

Homan, CorneUus, for Burglary, 9 i 1 1 c 

Home, for Female Inebriates, 7 m \l d 

Hood, Amos, for Assault, 12 ; 1 1 c 

— Hook, James, for Selling Diseased Meat, 12 
flid 

— Horden, Thos.. for Embezzlement, 9; 11 h 
Uunipheries, Thomas, for Suffering under 



Delusions. 19/11 a 

— Humphreys, Geo., for Fraud, 30 m 7/ 

— Hurley. James, for Begging, 1 in 1 1 t 
Michael, and others, for Assault and 



Robbery, 20 /* 1 1 e 

— Hunt, Arthur, for Fraud, 16 ; 12 c 

Herbert, for Fraud, 26 w 1 1 c/— 30 « 9 e 

VVm., for Assault, 15 7 U « 



— Hunter, Andrew liitchie, for Fraud, 19 / 
11 a 

Mary Ann, and another, f^r Assault, 7/ 



11 d 

— Hutchings, Father and Two Sons, for 
Murder, 22 j 10 J— 30^ <» ^'— » H f 

— Hymns, Geo., for Stealing. 16/ 12 a— 21 / 
11 e 

Industrial Schools, Application to Send 



Four Children, \0 m 11 e 
-- Irving, Rebecca, for Stabbing, 12/11 « 
— Ivey, — , for Attempted Murder of a Game- 
keeper, 5j 8 c 

Jackson, James, for Attempted Murder, 2 



J6d 
Wm.. and others, for Throwing Stones, 

I3y 11« 

James. Charle*, for Stealing, 7 m 1 1 « 

Jenkenson, — , for Cruelty to a Cat, 17 ut 

nr 

Jennings. Francis, for Burglary, 2 / 11 « 

Fred; Will am (.harles, for Stealing, 1 1 J 

11 e-18>ll« 
Jesse, Arthur H. William,' for Advice, 9 j 

II 

Johnson. Alfred, for Assault, 27/11/ 

Frederick, and others, for Robbery, 12 / 



11 d 



Wm., for Burglary, 26y 11 e 



Jolly, Alf., and others, for Assault, 1 / 12 a 
Jones, Cbarlee, for Libel, 21 m 11 ef 
James, for Absenting Himself from his 



Duty, ll;liy 

for Catting and Wounding, 13^ 11 e 

John, for Stealing, 13> 11 e 

Thomas for Attempted Murder, 30 in 9 < 

for Wife A8:*auU, 7 / U 

Wm., and another, for Picking Pockets, 



Police Cf-Qntinuedy 

Joy, Chas. Fred., for Wife Assault, 28 w 1 1 / 

Jull, Charles Godfrey, for Short Weight, 

24/11 e 

Kay. Alex., for TTireats. 13 / 11 c 

Edward, for Robbery, 31 w 9 e 

Kellcher, I an., for Neglecting to Save a 

Seaman's Life, 22 mbf 

Kelly, Martin, for Assault, 15; 11 « 

Kemp, Charles, for Licenses Act Offence, 

3/11 t 
Kerr, Wm., for Conspiring to Fraud, 2 j 

He 
Kimpton, Clias., for Bankruptcy Act ()f- 

fenco, 30 iM 9 /* 
Kirkman, Arthur, and others, for Stealing, 

16/12 6 
Kirkpatrick, George, for Embezzlement, 24 

m 13/* 
Labouring Man, for Railway Offence, 7 / 

11 c 
Lambeth Infirmsry, Inmate of, to Complain 

of the Way She is Treated, 15/ 11 e 
— Lampert, Wm. Walter, for Not Having hii 

Child Vaccinated, 10./ 11 e 
Lamprell, John, for Cutting and Wound- 
ing, 26/11 « 

Lane, Edw., for Desertion. 2 j 1 1 / 

Langridge, Richard, and others, for Assault, 

22111II c 

— Lardner, John, for Embezzlement, 15/11 

«~20/ll«— 22/lly 
Lassardc, John, for Robbery, 28 w 11 e— 30 

w 9« 

Law ley, John, for Violation of Duty, 28 / 



11 d 



Lawrence, — , for Misdemeanour, 3iy 11 « 
— Lydia Jane, for Robbery, 16^ 12 c 
for Fraud, &c., 30 > 6 c— 3 /'lie 



Leary. Jeremiah, for Drunkenness and 

Assault, 28 m 11 6 

Leatham, — , lor (yursing the Queen Openly 

in Church, 7 «i 6/ 

— Leeke, Leonard, for Murder, 26/ 9/ 

Jjee. Thos., for Keeping Open During Pro- 
hibited Hours. 13/ 11 « 

Wm., for Fraud, 2^11/ 

Leliy, John, for Attempting to Stab his 

Wife, 13/12 a 

Leigh, Wm. Earle, for Nonpayment of 



Poor Rates, 28 m We 
— Lendon, Jacob, for Railway Offence, 2 m 
12 a 

John, and another, for Wounding, \\j 



lie 



— a Letter Carrier, for Drunkenness, While 
on Duty, 15/ 11 e 

— I-evy, Solomon, for Fraud, 18/11/ 

— Lewis, George, for Stealing, 12 / 11 c 
Wm. David, for Stealing, and Sentenced, 



4> 5 e 

Discharged the Grand Jury Having 



7 11 



Found no True Bill, 4^5 
Lilley, Edward, and another, for Cruelty 

to a Horse, 9 i 1 1 e 
Lincoln, Alfred, and others, for Stealing, 

15 fW^ 



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PALMEll's INDEX Tt) '* THE TIMKS " NKWSPArKK. 



[Jan. I'M 



Police (tontimietlj, 

Linskey, ^^m., for Assault, 19 / U b 

lii»t«.T, Julin, for As0HuU. 15 ; I! e 

* Ix>ckwoo(i, I^roiiard, for Wifv Assault, 5 m 

11 « 
l^rn, Uc'v. VaWT Henry l)e, for Advice, li) 

M 11 d 

Loveland, Frank, for Manslaughter, 14/12 



</— ir»./ 11 d 

— lowlands and Warren, for Horse Painting* 
9 m 10 d 

— lA)wry, Jamcn, for Stealing, 3/11 «~13 / 
12 a 

— Lunn, Geo., for Assault, \2j 11 d 
Joe8ph, for Stealing. 20 m 1 1 e 

— Luppwest, Geo., for Fraud, 9 m 1 1 c 

— Lyons, Margaret, for Stealing, \j\2b 
Mark, for Hecainng Stolen Property, 20 



01 11 « 

Macarty, Jiinies, for Assault, 9/11 c 

Macartliy, Jeremiah, and another, for As- 
sault, 6/11 e 

Macdonald, Walter, for Shooting his 

Father, 9 J 6/ 

Mack, — , for Kailway OflPence, 2\ m\\ c 

Macker, Martin, for Stealing, 6/ 1 1 </ 

Mahoney, John, for Assault, 28 m \\ J 

Male, Jane, for Attempted Suicide, lu m 

IW 
a Man. for BurgUry, 2 in 12 ff--3/ll c 

Mankey, Jas., for En.lezzlement, 12 j 11 d 

Mamey. John, and imo.her, for Foul Lan- 
guage, iim \\ e 
■ Walter, for Aitiuiptmg to Steal 27 m 

Md 
' Manton, Emily Joyce, for Theft— a False 

Charge, lOj 9/ 
Marks, Charles, for Railway Offence, 20 / 

31 d 
Mamey, Geo., and others, for Assault, 9 / 

11 c 
Marsden, Frank Henry, and others, for 

Indecent Assault and Uobbery, 9/11 « 
John, for Sending Bad Meat to Market, 

lOw 11 f: 
Martin, Geo., for Not Laying Out a Road 

According to Rules, 21 //i 11 e 
Ihos.. and another, for Disoi-derly Con- 
duct, 27/11 « 

Mason, Thomas, for Stea ing, 8 w 1 1 f 

Wm., for Cruelty to a Horse, 26./ 11 d 

Masters, Geo., and another, for Adulteration 

Act Offence, 6 ; 1 1 / 
Mustereon, Thomas, for Drunkenness and 

Assault, 1 9 m 1 1 e 

M'Connon, Michael, for Murder, 3/6/ 

M'Dowall, Wm., And Seven other Sailors, 

for Refusing to go to Sea, 22 ; 9/ 

M 'Govern, Michael, for Assault, 30 in 9 /* 

__ — M*Govin, Jane, for Attempted Suicide, 31 

jWd 

M*Intyre, John, and another, for Stealing, 



10; 11 c 
M'Kenxie, Dr. for Keeping a Carriage 

Without a Licence. 12/ 11 t/ 
M'Lead, Clias., for Railway Offence, 10 / 

Jl c 



Police (rohtinued), 

M'Vere and Cn»ft,Two La/ls, for AT*i>(\, '27 

m 9 / 

Meilor, T. R., for RaiUay Offence, 12/11/ 

Melo. Joflchim. for Assault, 26 m 1 1 Uf 

Mensley, Freil., for Fr:iu«l, 7 w 1 1 •; 

Merritt, — , for Assault. 2 w 12 a 

Mersev, Rtiilway Company, for Neglect, -' 

w 12 a ' 
Meyer, Christiana, for Sanitary Act Of- 
fence. 1 ; 12 ri 

Militia Barracks. Globe Street. Bethnal 

Green, SaniUry State of, 6/11 /— 14 / 12 a 

Millar, Kate, for Conspiiing to Frmud, 31 / 

11 f-21/11 €—24 ni e 
Milton, Henry Francis, for Damaging a 

Horse and Cab, 6/11 f 

Missing Persons, 2}* 11 /•— 1 IjM f-^\2j 1 1 

«/— 18/ 11^— 15; U /•— 16j 11/— 31jf 11 /*- 
\j 11/-8M 11 </— 19W 11 t^27iii U e— 2- 

wll/ 

Mitchell, Ann, for Begging, 1ft mi 12 <* 

David, for Sleeping in his Van, 5/11 

Harry, for Abuse, 6 m 1 1 c 

James, for Assault, 12 wi 11 e 

Wm. Augustus, for Non-Payment oi 

Sjamcn Wages, 9/ 11 c 
Monck, Rer. Francis Ward, for Fraud, 7 / 

10 a— 10/11 «— 12/11« 
Morgan.. Robt.. and another, to be Sent to 

the Industrial School, H ; 12 c 
Morris, £neas, Peter Fox, and others for a 

Savage Assault on other Men. 20/10/ 

Jemima, for . ttempted Suicide, 1 1 jT i; */ 

Josephine or Mary, for Perjury, 17 / f / 

Mr. and Mrs., for Cruelly to a Serrttnt 

Girl, 12/ 1 1 «— 15/ 5/— 22/7 e— 2 m 5 e 
Thos., and othc-rs, for Stealing, &c^ If; / 



12 6 



Mose9, Julia, for Stealing, 1 ? 12 h — 2/ 1 1 - 

. Mother to Kccover her Children from ilV 

Shakers, 2/11 d 
on theTeacberof aBoard School 111 u sine 

her Child, 2/11 d 
Mould. Richard, for Sliooting with Intcnr. 

6/11 «-20/*ll e 
Murphy, Jeremiah, and anotlier, for Assauii 

and Robbery, 27 m 1 1 </ 
Louisa, for Cruelly to lier Children, : '» 



Wi 9/ 

— Murrtiy, £d\rin, for Consplrhig to Fraud. 1 
i 12 <f 

Louisa, for Attempted Suicide, 9 ; 11 A 

— Myford, Geo., for Wife Assault, 21m H ii 



Nathan, Henry, for Assault. 28 m 11/ 

Newitt, — , for a Summons against Serjeant 

Parry for Defamation of ChAracter, &c., 17 «< 

Ids 

— NichoUs, Alfred, for Drunkenness and A «- 
sault, 7 m 1 1 s 

Nicholson, Francis, for Assault, 16^ 12 /« 

Nixon, Geo., for Libel, 16/ 11 « 

North. Amelia, for Wilful Murder, 2 w li 

a— 9 Mils 

Norton, Frederick, for Fraud, 27/ 5 r 

Nuisances, 18/ lis 

Olive, George, for Deserting. 8 w 1 1 « - 



M^%r. 31, 1877.] p.vlmeu's indkx to "nit times" NKwsrAPEu. 



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Police (continued), 

O'Neal. Alice, for Druukenness, 12/11 e 

Ord, Tho»., for Wife Assault, 27 m 11 </— 

30 m »<s 
• Order to Remove a Chiltl Suflfering with 

Small I'ox. 8 w 11 c 
• Osborne, (Jeorge, for liruttkcanest and 

Atftault, 20 m 11 / 

Owen, Ca.lKJiue Jane, for Drunkenness, 



10 J II c 
— .- Pain, I)., f. r l^ailvray Oflfence. 16 m 11/ 

I'ur^a ft. '^^«l^.. for A^8auU, IO7 II d 

VaiAU* <i. Iteiiry, for Uetaining Goods Left 

io hU C'ab. 10 / He 
Tartridge, Ann, foo Stealing from her 

Daughter, 22 m 11 0-2*^ m 11 / 

John, and another, for Assault, 27 m 1 1 </ 



Police (ontiwied), 

— Kiches, John, and others, for Conspiruig to 

Fraud, 10/11 A— lUj 12 6 
Ridge, James, ana others, for Fraud, 20 f 

11 d—\bm We 
Riley, John, and another, for Refusing to 

Take a Fare, 5 im 11 d 

Wm., for Cutting and Wounding, 13 ia 



12 c 



— Roberts, Enoch, for Assault, 24/11 e 

— Robins, Alice, for Neglooiinjj her Children, 
11 ; 11 e 

— Robinson, Charles, for Railway Offence, 2>1 
/' 11 « 

Mary, for Attempted Murder, 9 m 11/ 



— I'aitinson and Ihree o)her«<, fur Attempted 
Murder« 2 f ^ e 
- I'aul, Wm., and ai other, for Adultcratin;,' 



Milk, Uf Via 

Payne, Joseph, for Drunkenness and As- 

«Ault, 12 m 1 1 r/ 

Peacock, Richard, and o hers, for Railway 

Offence. 7/11 a 
— -- Pearce, Henry, and others, for Attempted 

Hurglary, 16/12 A 

J hos., for Stealing. 13^ 1 1 c 



Pe«rks, —, for Adulteration Act Offence, 

IJP2 6 

Pearson, Jas., for Furious Driving, 11/11/ 

Penterbatter, Jacob, for Burglary, 3iy U • 

Pel her. Miss, Subscriptions for. 2 /* U c 

Phillips, Daniel, for Adulteration^ 10/11 /' 



James, for Fraud, 15 / 11 d 
— Pinder, Wm., for Stealing. 2 m 12 ^ 

Pitiendrigh, Sarah, for SteaUng. 6 / 11 /* 

a Policeman, for Neglecting his Duty, 7 m 

11 t 

I'oUicot^ Thos..for Robbing a G.iol. 20 /5/ 

— *— Pooley, John, for Drunkenness and Reckless 

Driving, 6./ VVd 
Postmaster-General, for Refusing to Pay 

Poor liates, 14 m 11 d. 
Potts, Patrick, for Cutting and Wounding, 

13; 11 « 

i'owill, Jane, for Murder, 26 / r» e 

Price, I'hilip. for Drunkenness, &c., 12/11 v. 

Priest, Walitr, for Selling Bad Meat. 22 f 

n r 

IVyam, Dennis, and another, for Stc;d:nff, 

26/11 e 

Ragan. Mary Ann, for Cutting and Wound- 
ing, 5 m \[ d 

— - Ramsden, Charlotte, and others, for Stealing, 
14 « 11 e— 16 m 11/— 17»i 13/— 20 m II e— 
21 mil* 

Raymer, Fred., for Assault, 23 «i 1 1 / j 

— - Read, John, for Refusing a Fare. 12 wi 21 s 

lieckmann, Louis, for Robbery, 14 »i 1 1 « ' 

Keeriiits Sweanngin of, 6/11/— 26 / 11/ 

Reed, Wm., and another, for Stealing a 

lA)afrli>i« 11 / 

Rey oolis, Edwin James, for Embezzlement. 

mj6d 

' Richards, Geo. and James, for Murder, 25 

» 3 /• 



Roche. Philip La, for Not Supporting his 

Grandchddren, 16} 12 c 

Rogers, James, and another, for Loiterinjr, 

28/11 « 

Ilossi. Josop!i. for Nuisance, 27 /* 1 1 « 

LotiiwcU, Junies, and another, f/jr Assanh. 

9/11 c 

Ruypees, Hubert, 'or Fraud. 16 m 11 /' 

Sabin. Frvi\ for Unlawful Jbetention, 9/11 

6—13./ 11/— 16 /12 c 
Sadler, Joseph, and otlK?rs, for Stealing, ? 

HI \\ e 
Saint. Jane, for Staling. 27 m U d 

Sail house, Ww.. for Adulteration, 27 m \ 1 d 

Samon, J^ewis, for lufeciious Disease Oi- 

fence, 3 /n 1 1 d 

Samuel, Edward John, for Assaidt. 8 ••' 1 1 J 

Savili. — .for Sanitary Act Offence, 14/11 t 

Sawick. John, for Stealing. 30 m \t/ 

Schneider, Joh:i, and another, for Stealin,.:. 

\ f'M e 
School Board Siimmimses, 3 /' 11 € — 7/ : . 

«/— 9/ 11/— 6/« n f 

i:*ci»tt. Henry Juine*. for Fraud, 30 tn Uj 

Wni.. for Loiti- inu. 2S /« 1 1 e 

— — for Assault, i> m W d 

Seamen of the St(nii>>oa/^ for Refusing to ^: ) 

to Sea, 7/11/— 27./ o e 

Sexton, Mary Ann, for Assault, 5 m 11 .1 

Seyinonr. Daniel. forO struction. hi / 12 .•. 

Shniliin/I, .Mrs . ^ubvc ij t:u!.s for. 23 ;" M ' 

—27/ 11/ — 14 /// II / 
Slinw. Johii, for Mot Supportinj^ his y,^ . 

ther, 19 w 11 rf 

and Lockwood. fur Murderous As^auh. 



23 w 5/ 

Shea, Daniel, for Assault. 13 m 12 c 

Denny, for Assault, 1/11 « 

Shean, James, n/ios Tucker, for Assaalr, 

27/11 e 

Shelly, Chas., and others, for Burglary, t; • 

Sherman. Edward, for Fraud. 19 /// 11 c 

Slu.ut, Thomas, fur KefiKsinL' to Work. 1..1 

/We 

SimmonA. Richard, for .\«sault. ]^j 11 U 
— Wm. Thos., for Unlawful PoiJsesBion, 5 



>/ 1 1 d 

— Simpson. Henry, for .Assault. 10 w 11 «• 

— Sims. Richard, for Assault. 21 wile 
Slade, Dr., Appliration for Fresh Suiu- 



t¥t/%na<*a •i/voS.«i^» f..M I/m.....! •> i 



roi 



rALUKR*a INDKX TO " TIIB TIMKS " NKWSrArKR. 



[Jan."*! ^ 



pQlioo (eontinved), 

Conviction Qaashed, 30/ 12 a— 9 J 11 e 

■■■ ' John, for AssmuU, 28 w II / 

Smart, John, for Breach of Contract, 1/11 e 

Smith, Charles, for Detaining a Deposit, 1/ 

n e 
• Edward, for Cattle Plague Act Oflfence, 

24/11 c 

■ Fred., forCruelij to Animals, 6 m 11 d 
Geo., for Asrault. 1 1 / 1 1 rf 

Henry, for Stealing, 24/11 d 

Miss., for Factory Act bflfence. 1 ; 12 6 

■ Thos., ft»r Refu^in^ to Work, 10 m 11 
Thos. Abraham, for Adulteration Act 



Ojff^nce. 18i II « 

Wm., for Stealing, 5 /* 11 / 

for Vit»lent Assault, 12 /"ll « 



— Snowball, Uichard, for Stealing. 12^ 11 d 

— Solita, L., for Sanitary Act Ofifence, III ; 
II d 

— Sonwrshall. James, for Murder, 21 m 6 6 

— Sousen, Francis, for Assault, 9/11 c — \2J 
11 d 

— Spooner, Elizabeth, for Lofcal Board Act 
(Jfftnce, 1 m 1 1 ./* 

— Stiig<?,' Jnmes, for Fraud, 18 / 11 c 

— Stankeweit, ( hns., for Burglary, 1 1 1- n 

— Staples, Joseph, for Criminal Assault, I4»i 
11 €—21 m 11 d-2Sm 11 e 

Staplcv. .loliM. lor Sicjiling 5 m 11 d 

— Stenniiig. henry, for AttitauU, II ^ 11 </— 18 
jU e 

— Stevens. James Walter, for Fori;ery, TJ m 



"/ 



John, for Assault, 14/^12 a 



Steward, Henry, for Stealing. 6 wj 1 1 c 
Stewart, Wm.. for Assault, 12/ 1 1 d 



Stimpson, Chas., for Indecent Assault, / 

11 r 

Stott, Robert, for Assault, 2 / 1 1 « 

^— Stunt, Wm., and others, for Violent Assault, 
2/11 r/— 10/n e— 12/11 e 

' Stun, Wm., and others, for Manslaughter, 

r>/ll e 

Sullivan. Jeremiah, for Asaault, 12 i II d 

John, for Stabbing, 2i 1 1 / 

■ Patrick, for Assault. 10/11 c 

Wm., for Railway Offence, 12 w 11 / 

Summers, John, for Assault, 12 m 11 e 

— ^ — Sunumms for Assault. 28 /« 11 « 

— iigainst a (^abman. 7/11 c — 2 «# 12 a 

• against a Tenant, 21 in 1 1 c 
against Workmen, for Leaving their Em- 
ploy, 9 ill 11/ 

for Not giving due Notice to Registrar 



of a Joint Stock Company. 23 m 11 / 

Swann and Meriit, for Armm. fi m 11/ 

Sydney, Hugh, for Railway Offence, 14 m 

II /• 
— Tavener. Joseph, for Assault, 22 wile 

Tavlor. Wm.. for Murder, l.'i / 1. e 

--— Tebb. Wm., for Not having bis Child Vac- 

cii a ed. 8 / 1 1 «? 
TeiTy. Tlionias Brandon, and another, for 

Fraud, 107 11 d-22/lI e 
— ^ Thmlen, Jane, for Bigamy, 2/11 e 



Police (routiatted), 

'lliompson, — , for Smoke Nuisance, 1 / II e 

Francis, for Stealing, 1 /* 1 1 d 

Henrietta, for Fraud, 28 /* 11 « 

Thortiton, Ruth, for Sie-.ling. 27 m 11 if 

Tindal, Samuel, and olhert, for Itioting. 6 

/ll < 

— Tipple, Geo., for Drunkenness — Suicide, 5 
mild 

Toogood. Wm., for Assault and Attempting 

to Rob, 14 A12rt 
- — Traics, Frederick, for Stealing. 16 / 12 A— 

23/11 e 

Tramcar Overcrowding, 28 /* 1 1 « 

Tickets, Refusal to Shew, 5 f\\ e— 10 m 



1 1 /— 13 m 12 c— 23 m 1 1 /— 26 mile 
Tr«idaway, Fred,, for Murder. 2 jF 1 2 a — 9 

y 11 6— 16/12 o— 20/6 /• 

Trevelie, Victor, for Fraud, 19 /" 11 & 

Try, Edward, for Robbery. 3/ 11 « 

Tunn. Joseph, for Stealing, 13 « 12 c 

Turner, Emily, and others, for Asaault, I 

j 12 b 

Mary Anne, for Annoyance, 28/11 </— 

7 mil d 

Two German Sailors, for Assault, 19 / 5 « 

Tw\ man, Lewis, for Attempting to Poison, 

26 /'lie 

Tyrell, Wm.. for Drunkenness, 22/ 11 e 

l'b>.kll, IK'nrv, aid another, for Stealing, 

16 y 12 f 

I'fill, ~. fo»* Fraud, Application about, Hj 

11 h 

Vng^ Charles, for Concealing a Murderer 

-'4 J G /— 3(» /'J/- -5/ 9 / 
Valle Augiiste, for Cutting and Wound- 
ing, 16 m 11 f 

Vandyke, Thomas, for Robbery, 27/11 e 

Vincent, Abraham, for Embezzlement, 18 

ill d 

John, for Selling Bad Food, 17 w 13/ 

— Volunteer, for Non-Paj-ment of Fees, 1 /* 11 
</-3/ll/- 

Walker, Fred., for Fraud, 19/11 o— 23/ 



11 e 

Henry, for Poisoning Horses, 6 m B d 

John'R., for Murder, 2/11 </— 16/ 12 a 

—9m 11 e 

— Wall, Geo., for Railway Offence, 26 m U <f 

Wallace. Capt. Robt., for Threats, 23 m 11/ 

Geo., for Assault. \0j 1 1 c 

WalUT, John Morritt, for Stealing, 19 m 11 </ 

Outrara, for Threatening I.«anguage, 29 

mil/ 
\\ alters. Wm., for Sending Bod Moat to 

Market, 28/11 d" 
Waring, John, ofins Williams, for Fraud, 

7j II r— I3/12a-21 rU e 
Warr, 0. B., for Adulteration Act Offence, 

10 /n r 
Warren, Jas., for Neglecting his Children, 

19 w 11 « 

Warrington. Ada, for Drunkenness, 1 / 1 1 < 

Washington, (ieo., for Wounding, 13 m 13 

c— 20 w 1 1 «• 
Watson. Ch.is.. for Dninkonness, Ar., 6 / 

11 / 



-^liir., 31, lb77.] r^\i.MKK*3 inukx to '* tiik timk-s *' XKwr^rArKi:. 



Ire 



Police (continved), 

Watts, Chas.. for Printing and Publishing 

an Indecent Book. lOj 11 //— 13 ; 1 1 « 

Welch, John, for Drunkenness, &c., 14 m 



tie 



Wells, Chas., for Embezzlement, 9 m 1 1 e 
Welsh, John, for Vaj^rancy, lOj 11 c 
Wenigo, Mordau, for Attempted Murder, 



10 i 9/ 

Wharton, C. H., for Kobberjr, Sj5/ 



White, Henry, for Drunkenness, 27/11 t 

Wilkinson, Wm., for Drunkenness, 12 j 11 e 

AViUiHms, Henry, alias Croft, for Assault, 

7 mil d 
' for Wilful Damrtge, 10 wi 11 c 

— — ^ and others for Burjjlary, 21 »i 11 </ 

James, for Bogging. I J G c— 1» ; 10 r 

for Not Supporting his Children, IS j 



u r 



John, for Stealing, 1 m 1 1 cf 
Walter, for Kobbery, 6 m 1 1 c— 22 w 1 1 6 

— Wilniot, Wm., for Burglary, 14 m 11/ 

— WiUmore, Charlotte Silvesti'r, for Wound- 
ing, llj 11/ 

— Wilson, Geo., for Assault, 3/11/ 
Wm., for Parks' Kegulation Act Offence, 



Jmli d 

for Violent Assault. 28/ 1 1 « 



— Wiltshire, Edward, for Robbery, 27 m l\ d 
John, for As»niilt. 3 m W d 

— Windsor, Wni., for Assault and Attempted 
Robbery. 6/11 c 

— Witherington, Lawrence, for Assault, 6 j 
11 e 

— Withers. Thos.. for Threats, &c.. «> 11 / 

— Wolflf, Jos., for Pretending to Cure Corns, 

— a Woman, for Advice, 16 ; 12 c 
Application for Assistance, 14 m 11/ 



— Wood. John, and Daniel Holt, for Stealing, 
24/11 d 

Thomas, for Railway Offence, 10 /*11 « 



Working Man, for Advice about Small Pox 

and the School Board, 10 / 11 « 

Wrighr. Alfred, for Assault. 13/12 a 

Edw., for A>S:iUlt, 1 1 y 11 e 

Thomhs, for Keeping an Unlicensed Lodg- 
ing House, 19/11 6 

aiid Oldham, for Murder. 20 j U d 



— Wynese, Andrew, for Manslaughter, 1 w 1 1 
e—H m 11 r— 15 w 11 /'--22 hi 11 cf 

— Yates, John, for Assault, lojM e 

— • Young, Mary Ann, for Cutting and Wound- 
ing, 14 7N 11 « 

Woman, for Attempted Suicide, 27/ 1 1 e 

for Drunkenness, 26 i» 1 1 c/ 



and Finncgan. for Murder, 6/7/ 



Police, Grand Ball to the City of London Police, 

3;o/— 4i 10 d 
Orphanage, Donation of the Goldsmith*s 

Company to, 7/1 c 

and Prisoners. 31 m 5 /' 

Political Assimilation. :^ i ]0 h 

Education of ilie l*c4>iile, Lecture by .Mr. 

Solly on. 29 m 12 a 
Poole, Sir Ivor Guesfs Donation for the Poor 



P«>or Law C*onference at Birminglinni. 23 / 12 u 

Kate Returns. Arnunl Report, 3 ; 12'^ 

Pope*8 Episcopal Jubilee, see Italy, Popt 
Poppy ill the Laurium Mines. 24 i II / 
Population, Registrar-Generars Estimates of, I G 

; 10 cf 
Porpoi$es in the Thames, 12 w 10/ 
Port of Londwn, Monthly Meeting, 12 f7 h 

Philip and Colonial Gold Mining Company, 

23 ; 7 <f 
Portraits of the Ministry, 23 m 6 c 
Portsmouth Working Men's Conservative Asso- 
ciation, Mr. Low. her at, 2 in \0 h 

Liberal Association, Annual Dinner, 8 »i 8 & 

PORTUGAL :~ 

Bill of Indt'mnity Passed. 12/5 e 

Burmese Embassy at, 31 j o (/ 

the Cabinet Resign, 5 m 5 /* 

Diplomatic News, 19 m 6 a 

Grant for the Paris Exhibition, 13 m 5 e 

Miscellaneous News, 4/6 d— 29; 5 «— 7 / 

6e--12 /•5«— 23/6c 

New Ministry, 6 «i 5/— 7 m 5 d 

Opening of the Cortes, Speech of the King, 

9 ilOr— 27;5t/ 

- and the Slave Trade. 17/5 c— 19/6/ 
Portuguese Colonizition, 6/7 6 

Embassy, 12 m 8 A 

Positive Government Security Life Assurance 

Company, 24 ; 7 « 
Possible Invasions of England, see Collinson 
Post Office and the American Mail, \ f7 h 

Delay in Delivering Indian Letters, 2 / 4 e 

International Robberies, 2/7/ 

Late Delivery of the Morning Letters, I J 

12 c 

and Local Rates, 30 in 4 6 

Old Letters Allowed to Pas,9 by Book Post, 

23/9/ 
Money Order and Savings Bank Offices, 2% 

Postal Anomalies, 19/9 /*— 20./ 5/-24/4 d 

Arrangements for G<)od Friday. 28 m 7 J 

an Assistant Secretary for Telegraph Busi- 
ness Appointed. 5 m 7 /* 

Notice, 10 / 10 <— 6 / 12 A— 13 / 10 </— 20 

/6e-27iMl2 6 

Telegrams. 18> 4 6 

Union, Application for Admissions, 13/5 

€-22 /od 

Congress, Meeting., 2 m 5 d 

Countries Associated in. 16^ 5 rf 

Postmen, Sunday Rest for, 22/5 / 
Potatoe Beetle, Colorado, 2./ 5 c— 14 m 11 a 
Potter (Geo.) on the French and English Cotton 

Manufacturers. 1 7 m 12/ 
Powell (T. W.) on the Erie Bonds. 10/7 h 

on the Stock Exchange Scandal, 81 /7a 

Powers of " Canvassing Boards " in America, 

2i8a 
Pnwer«conrt (Tyird) Recovery of, 22/9/ 
Pracncul Substitute for Drunkenness, ij 7 b 
Prajruo— TTerr Ba-ak Arrestetl, \SJ 3 e 
Pivachers fur To-morrow, 10/9 y'— 17 y 5 e — 

24/*lO/— 3/« 11 «-10« 7e— 17»»11 /— 24 

M i2<f— 31 >w9/ 



r~~ r^. 



..1 17.;^..^ on -. i/\ - 



ot 



Pre 



<t 



IWLMKUS iKOKX To ** TIIK TIMK.s NKW.SI'AI'KK. 



[Jnu. 1 t> 



Preachers for the Month, 1 wi 8 c— 30 ml f 
Precedence, Grant of Order of , 7 m 8 r 
Precious Metals, Statistics of the Prodace of, in 

America, 24 ; 7 a 
Predecessors in Misfortune— 1763 and 1877, Oj 

Preparations for War by Hussia and Turkey, 19 

/12 a 
Preservation of Iron, 6 /« 4 // 
Preserved Meat. Import Hetums, 2 / 9f — 25 j 4 / 
PB£SS PEOSEGUTIONS : — 
Aventr de ia Haute, laone, for Libel, 5/5 d 

Cftp^ Argua^ for Lil»el, :^IJ m G c 

the Capital^ United States Paper, for Libel, 

21 /5 c 

Gazzatta d'Jtalia, for Defamation, 27i 5 c 

Glasgow News, for Libel, 2.1 j & d 

C/woflf Tewpiurs* Wutchwordy for Libel, 5 j 

lie 

Hastings Observer, for Libel. 1 »« 12 & 

Manchester Courier, for Libel. 5/10 d 

the Nineteenth Century, to Suppress, 23 / 



I 



11 a 

Pirrtsmouth Titnts, for Libel. 20 / 10/ 

Reynold's Newspaper, for Libel. 2/10/ 

Preston New Conservativd Club, Lading the 
Corner Stone of, 8^' IV d 

Price's Patent Candle Company, 27 / 10 /— 19 
m 7 /— 23 m 6 e— 24 m 13 6 

Price (Hilton) Notes on the Early Goldsmiths 
of London, 13/7/* 

(H. R.) on Parliament and the Stock Ex- 
change, 23 M G a — 2J in 1 a 

(Koger) on the Route for Wheeled Vehicles 

to Urgogo, 28/n f 

Prince of Wales's Indian Hunting Trophies, 6/ 
4 « 

Prince (C. L.) on the Floods, 17^ 10 d 

Printers* Art Union Association, Sixth Annual 
Drawing, 19 m G/ 

Prisons Bill, 6 w 8 <i— 10 m 9/ 

Note on, 27/6/ 

Labour — Deputation of the Bradford Brush- 
makers* Society to Government against Teach- 
ing it, 31/11/ 

Pritchard (C. A.'^ on Sugar Convention with 
France, 29 m 7 « 

PRIVY COUNCIL: — 

Annas warny Setupaty v. Collector of Ma- 
dura, 13y 10 d 

Burra Lall Opendronatli Sahudeo ». Court 

of Wards, &c., 12 w 11 o— 15 m 10 c— 16 w 10 
/--17 m 13 a 

Deomoorut Kunwar and another r. Rish- 

beharee Lall and others, 13 / 10 </ 

Direct United States Cable v, Anglo- 
American Telegraph Company, 20 ji 10 e— 22 
; 10/— 15/ 10 c 

English, Scottish and Australian Bank v, 

Patwaire and another, 1 2 / 1 a 

— Hardeo Bux i*. Jawahir Singh, 10m 10 < 

Keats and Clark's Patent, 18 j 11 a 

Klein wort, Cohen &, Co. v. Cassa Marittima 



/ 



of Genoa, 19/11 u 

the Lake St. Cinir, 15/10 c 

Prero Narain Singh ar.d other? r. Prtrnsmm 

Sinph and othpr«. 'Jf* m in e 



Privy Council fcontinved). 

Ridsdale v, Clifton and others, 24 ; 10 f— 25 

/ 10 c— 2G i 10 e— 27> lOtt-29 i 10 e— 30y 10 
(/— 3li I0</— 1 /"lO^/— 2/lOd 
Royal Mail Steam Packet Company r. Bra- 
ham, 10/10/ 

Smith's Patent, Prolongation, 17/11 a 

Valoo Chetty v, Soorjah Chetty, 19/10 « 

Vasudev Sadashiv Modak r. Collector of 

Ratnaziri, 3 i/t 1 1 a 

Woolley and others v. Attorney- General of 

Victoria, 7/ 10 c 
Probates, Return of, during 187G, 8 m 8 a 
Proctor (John) on the Argentine Confederation, 
21/126 

CR. A.) Meteors, Comets and Stars, 11 j 5/ 

on the Planet Mars and the Sun, 21 im 11 6 

on Strange Sea Monsters, IGj* 10 6 

Profession of Peace and Quietness, 13 /'4 a 
Prophesying after the Event, 2 m 5 e 
Protestant of the Old School— Mr. Bell of Live- 

scy. I8jl0 6 
Provident Life Office, Report, 6/7 rf 

Clerks' Mutual Life Assurance Association, 

22 nd 
Provisions, State of Trade in, 2> 7 6—6/ 7 c— 9 
j 7 d—\S j G rf-16 / 7 c-20 ; 7 /— 23 / 7 </- 
21 J 7 e— 30 j 1 rf— 3 /7 €-6 /7 e— 18 /lO d 
— 17/*11 «/— 20/'6rf— 24/"10 6- 27/"10/— S 
m 10/"- 6»i lOrf— 10 m 1 f—lS m Urf— 17 m 
8 6—20 m 10 6—24 ui 13 c— 27 m 10 c— 30 m 
5d 
Prussia, see German r 
Pseudo-Philanthropist at the Police Court, 27 / 

50 
Public Income and Expenditure, 87 7 e —17 j 7 
<.-24>7rf— 31 ; 7 c—lfl c-14/10 c— 21 
/'12r-28/*10c— 7 wi 10 6—14 m 10 c— 21 m 
6 6—28 m 10 c 

House Statistics, 26 ; 10 c 

Records Distinction Committee, 28 / 6 /" 

School Prefects — the Master's Justification, 

5/6/ 
— Supply Association, 6/ 7 </ 

Worship Regulation Act, Bp. of Lincoln's 

Letter to Canon Hale on, 13 j" 8 a 

Notes about. 'A f^f-^^f 10 d 

Pulbrook i^A.) on the National Art Society, 10 /' 

76 
Punrhf Cuttings from, on Herr Joachim's De- 
gree, 21 m 10 6 

T/enten Penances, 22 / 6/ 

New Form of Cattle Plague— American 

Beef. 1 fdf 

Theory and Practice, 1/5/ 

Pure Air, Lecture on, by Dr. Corfleld. 12/12#f 
Pusey (l^ev. Dr.) Letter to the English Church 
Union, Hi / 8 <i 

Q. 

Quack Doctors, PnK-eedings against, in Bir- 
mingham, I ; 6 <• 

Quatering the Royal Arms, 19 m 6/ 

Quebec Institute, Dean Stanley Distributes the 
Prizes at, I in 4/ 

Queen Anne's Bounty, Distribution of the 
Yfcsrlv Balance. 22 m 5 ** 

Qnopn's Collotro. (Jalwar. 'Jt> m C* 1' 



^Inr. ol, 1877.] palmkk's ini>ex to tfik ** timks " xKwsrArKH. 



Rui 



(^uciMi's College, Parliaments, 7 /' 11 « 

Tuxes, Notes on the Collection of, 16^ 7 / I 

-18; 10 e— 19 j 8 6—20 w y /• 
Queensland. New Governor Arrives iu* 30 m 3 J \ 
Quis Custodier 6 /* 12 6 j 

R. j 

llailwajr Amalgamation, 5/S c \ 

Association and Railway Orphan Fund, 22 

J Q/—i m 12 c 

Attempt to Upset a Train at Flazton, 7 m 



«/ 



Brakes, 1 / 8 c— 3 J 7 c— 12 / 6 e— 16 / 6 6 

Bills for Next Sessions, 17 / 7 rf 

C-arriage Lighting, 24 i 5 f 

Commission, New Member, 1 J 1 f 

Debenture 'JTrust Company, 24^" 7 c—BOj 7 

r— 7/7 rf 

Fares, Sj 7 «/— 4 ; 10 c 

Leap of a Prisoner from a Train near 

Dundee, 10 m 5 « 

No Sunday Trains Allowed in Canada, 9; 7 r 

Pawengers' Assurance Company, 9 wi 6 « 

'Dwy, Deputation to Abolish on Cheap 

Fares, 12/6 c— 30 mbb 

• Deputation to Government about, 23/ 



8a 



and Goods Traffic, 27 j 4 /— 6 /*$ / 
and Guard Communication, an Accident 

Averted by, 14 /*10c 

Platform Thieves. 19^ 7 A 

Racing on, 20 f 10 6—13 mile 

Robberies, 4> 11 c/— 8 ; 6 c— 20 / 7 6—19 f 

4/- 



Rolling Stock Company, 1 / 7 c 
— Seizure of the Lines on the Bishop's Castle 
Bail in Execution and Stoppage of Traffic, 2 
sn lOe 

Sentence on a Defaulting Pointsman, 10 / 



9f 

Share Trust Company. 80 J 7 c— 7 / 7 e 

Suburban Fares. Rise in, 24 j 7 c— 25 ; 6 6 

System of Gangway Through Carriages 

Proposed to Prevent Murder and Robbery, 1 

m 5 « 

Traffic and Dividend Returns, 5 m 7 6 

Train Mancsuvring from the Floods and 

High Tide. 1/9/ 

Vacuum Brakes, 18 ; 6 rf 

Wheels of Paper made in Sheffield, 3/ 7 / 

Yield of Leading Stocks, 6 m 10 a 

BAILWAYS:— 

Arbroath and Montrose, \2j 7 b 

and Forfar, 20 m 10 « 

Atlantic and Great Western, 4/7 rf— 6 / 7 

a— 187 7 c— 14/" 10 rf 

Mississippi and Ohio, 18 ji' 7 c 



— Bahia and San Francisco, 30 m 5 e 

— Banbury and Cheltenham, 22 / 7 c 

— Bedford and Northampton, 26 m 7 e— 28 m 
10 </ 

— BergsU^emas, 14 m 10 6—15 m 6 a 

— Berks and Hants, 30 m 5 e 

— Bemo Lucerne, Sale of, to Berne, 16/5 d 

— Birmingham and Lichfield Junction, 28 m 



Eailways (loutinucfl), 

r.oiiihny, HMiodannd Central India. 2.0 jld 

Hr:)Z lian Strwt. 2(> m 7 #?— 27 w lU c 

Hridport, \ I »/« t» » — IV) /« b c 

— British and Scmth Wales, 13 /" 10 c 

Port and Channel Dock, 20/6 c 

Buffalo and Lake Huron, 1/7 c 

Caledoninn. 12 w 7 ^— 21 w 6 « 

Cambrian. 27/10/* 

Central Argentine, 20 j 7 h — 1 /'7 c 

Lane Railway, 8 / 6 /' 

of New Jersey, 28/10 a— 1 m 10 </— 2 m 

6fl— 10 w 10 rt— 16 m 6 6— 16W 6 6—17 m 8 a 

- - Chicajro and Alton, 17 m 8 c 
to Nevv York. Ac, 30 ; 7 6 

Cot'kermouth, Keswick and Penrith, 19/7 

c— 28/ 10 d 

Colchestc»r and Stour Valley, 29 j 7 d 

Colne Valley, 22/7 d 

Cornwall, 16/7 d 

Corris, 22 m 6 e 

(^owes and Newport, 2 m 6 c 

Danube and Black Sea, 23/ 10 /" 

Denbigh, Huthin and Corwen, 28/10 d 

Devon and Somerset, 20/6 r 

Dublin, Wicklow and Wexford, \2 f7 b 

Dunifermline and Queensferry, 19/ 7 c 

Dutch. 20/ 6 c 

Indian, 9/76 

East Argentine, 5j 7 b 

Indian, oj 7 d 

London, h f 7 t — 15 f7c 

Norfolk, 23/10 e-26 f7 c— 26 m 7 s— 



27 m 10 r 

— Edinburgh and Bathgate, 12^ 7 6 

— Ely, Haddenham and Sutton, 23 m 6 e 

— Erie, 3> 7 </— 4> 7 c-iy 7 c— 9/11 cf- 19 
/•7a 

Reconstruction, 24/10 a— 7 m 10 a — 10 



m 10 6 

Felixstowe, 9 w 6 « 

Festiniog, 15 / 7 c 

Furness, 19 /*7 c— 28/ 10 e— 26/7 b 

Galreston, Harrisburg and San Antanio, 

22/74 
Glasgow and South Western, 7 m 10 «— 14 

m 10 c— 22 m 6 « 

Grand Trunk, 13/66 

of Canada, loy 6 rf— 12/ 7 c— 13/10 a 

—8 m 6/— 9 w 6 c 
Great Eastern, 18 / 7 c— 19 / 7 6— 20 / 7 a 

—22 / 7 6—3! / 7 rf 

North of Scotland, 22 m 6 e 

Northern, 3/ 7 c— 13/ 10 c— 19/7 6— 



17 m 8 c— 20 m 10 e 

and Great Eastern, 17 m 8 a 

and Eastern Fusion, 14 m 10 a— 21 m 



6 a 



m lOe 



Southern and Western, 15 /"7 rf 
Western, 1 i 5f^2S/iOd-'27J 10/— 7 



of Canada, 27/7 s 

and Northern of Ireland, 12 m 7 6 

— Yarmouth and Stalham. 22/ 7 6 
Greenock and Wemyss Bay, 26 '« 7 « 
Greenwich, 10 / 6 ^ 



Bai 



PAl.MKtl 8 INDKX TO 



<« 



>» 



Railwayt ^r«/i'/«u»i./'. 

ioyi.ikc an 1 lii ke Tui 1. I»» / 7 •/ 

la.i;iH:itJii :i lil vVj^i Njr.ulk, 17 J II « — 

iJ f'7 i: 
Illinois Ontral. 4 J 7 «/-l-> j 7 0—2OJ 7 d 

— I / 7 A— 15 n d 

Ipswich and FoUxstowe, 1 /7 o — 17 /« 8 c 

■ I«le of Man, 6 /« 7 « 

of Wii^it, 22/7 </— 2 w 6 e 



Keiterin/, Thrapstuue and Huntingdon. 10 

/7 «— i;i in i\ e 
— ^ — Lake Share and Michigan Southern, 2'2 / 

76 
Lancashire and Yorkshire, 8/7 e— 21 /'12 

rf-23 rlOe 

Lehigh ValK% 12 ? 7 h-Q f\\ r/-2C /^ c 

I.»eominster and Kington, 2 w 6 c— 5 wi 7 e 

Llynvi an«i Ogmore, 20 /*7 c 

London and Blrtckwall, 8/7 c— 7/7 d 

and Brighton, H m 10 n 

Brighton and South Coast. 17 j 7 </— 18 



>7c— 25 ifirf— 13/10 6 

Special Tnin to Enahie the President 



of the Board of Trade to Test the Signalling 
and Telegraphing during the Joumej to and 
fro. 2 M6d 

and Chatham, 2/ 7 e 

Chatham and Dover, 25 / 6 1/— 1 y 7 6— 



5/ 7 6—9 /• 11 </— 16/10 e 

and Dover and South Wetitcm, Pro- 



posed Amalgamation of, 2/7 c— d/ 7 /— 7 J 
7</-12 /*7 6— 19w7a 

and Greenwich. *^ Gsebnwich 

and North Western, 8 / 7 «— 16/7 c— 23 



/\0d 

and South Western, 2 f 7 e— 7 / 7 rf— 13 



/10 c 

Tilbury and Southend, 7/7 d-10 / 7 e 

— l6/7c 

— Lbndonderr}* and Enniskillen, 13^6 cf— 19 
;7<f 

— Madras, 8 ; 7/— 28 / 5/ 

— Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire, 16 
j 7 </— 18 7 7 c— 25 ; 6 e 

Maryport and Carlisle, 2/7 e— 9 / 11 </— 

19/7 c 

— Melbourne and Hobson's Bay, 14 m 10 e 

— Mellis and Eye, 6 w 7 « 

— MetropoUtan, )2j7 6— 10 / 7 d— 20 / 7 c— 
1/76 

District, 27 j 7 c— 2 / 7 e 

and St. John*s Wood, 16 m 5 e— 27 w 10 c 



Mid-Hants, 2$ flO d 

Midland, 7 ^7 </— 14/ 10 d— 22/7 c 

— and its Pr.^ference Shares, id m 11 c 

— and Eastern, 10/7 f/— 23 m 6 e 
Great Western of IreUnd, 23/ 10 e 



— Norfolk Central, \S i 7 d 

— North British, 12 i 7 '—2 m 6 c— 8 m 6/— 
16 m 5 6—17 M 8 c— 30 m 5 « 

Eastern, 3/7 c— 10 /7 r— 19/7 b 

London. 17/11 e— 23/lOs 

Metropolitan High Level. 23 j 7 d 

and South West Junction, 12 j 7 6 

Staffordshire, 3/7 c— 15 /7 c 

Western, Reduction of Traffic Rate^ 10 




niK TIltK» NK\«81'APJ.K. 



Bailwasrt (rfhitinued). 

Northern of Spain. 2 ;* 7 d 

Norwicli and iSpalding, 23 m 6 « 

Orleans 13^11 d-^/ii w 6 A 

Ottoman. 16 m 5 e— 22 «i 6 e 

- Pembroke and Te«by, o m 7 e 

Pennsylvania n. 8 m 5 « — 2u m 10 a 

Peterborougli and Wisbeach. 23 m 6 e 

Philadelphia and Heading. 23^ 7 «— 24 ; 7 

6—25 j 6 a— 2i; ; 7 «— 27 i 7 6—29 / 7 a— 30 
> 7 A— 2 /7 A— 8 /•7 e— 9 /ll 6—12 V*? o— 13 
. / 10 a— 14 / 10 a— 15 f 7 6—20 m 10* 

llavengiass and Kckdale. 26 m 7 « 

llecife and Sao Francijico Pernamhuoo, SO 

m 5 e 

Khyraney, 8 /7 « 

Koss and Monmouth, 15 m 6 e 

Royal Sardinian, 21 w 6 a 

Russian, 4 j 7 rf— 5 j 7 b 

Salisbury and Dor^t, 20 /6 c 

and Yeovil, 15/7 c— 21/12 </— 26 /7c 

Sam-ira-Orenburg. Opening of. 23 / 5 c 

— — Sambre and Meuss, 14 m 10 c — 15 ;ii 6 « 



San Paulo, 9/7 a-^S m 6 / 

St. Andrews. 6/7 d 

Sevenoaks, Mai stone and Tunbridge, 19 / 

7c-24./ 10 r 

Severn Bridge, 26 /7 c 

— Solway Junction, 8 ) m 5 e 

South Australian and Upper Italian, i^j 7 a 

Easter.i, 18 ; 7 6- 19> 7 «/— 16/ 10 e— 24 



/ 10 c -9 m 6 « 

and Chatham, 10 > 6 d— 11 j 



7 c— 12 



i 7 6—13 7 6 a— 24 /7 c 

Wales Mineral. 2S m \0 d 

Southern of France, 2 j 7 d 

Staines, Wokingham and Woking, 14 /JO 

d—l9/ 7 r— 27/10/" 
State of Shares in Companies, in every dtry't 

paper 

Stratfordupon-Avon. 26/7 c—S m 7 e 

Taff Vale, 19/7 c— 28 / 10 d 

Tendring Hundred, 29 m 7 c 

Thetford and Watton, 19 «i 7 / 

— -^ Tottenham and Hampstead, 23 m 6 e 
Traffic, Increases and Decreases of, on 

Several liailways, 4 / 7 c— 1 1 / 7 a — 18 / 7 «— 

1 /7u— 8/ 7 a— 15/ 7 a— 22/ 7 £1—1 la 10 a 

—15 m 6 a— 22 m 6 a— 29 m 7 a 

Receipts, 1/7 c— 2> 7 6 & d— 3y 7 d-4 



j 7 /-5 ; 7 e— 6> 7 d-8 / 7/-9J 7 c— 10 i 6 
</_! I j 7 c— 12 i 7 6— 13 J 6 e— 15 / 7 c— 16 
/ 7 d_17 i 7 d-18 / 7 C/-19 / 7 e— 20i 7 c- 
22 j 7 6—23 j 7 d— 24 / 7 «— 25 / 6 e— 26 j 7e 
—27 J 7 c— 29i 7 d— 3O7 7 c— 31 j 7 «— 1 / 7 
d— 2 njSj 7 c— 6 /7 €— 7 /7/— 8 /7*/— 
lO/7c— 12/7 6— 13/ lOd— 14/10 d— 16 / 
7e— 17 /lie— 19 /7d— 20 /6c-2l /12d 
—22 / 7 s— 28 / 10 >— 24 / 10c— 26 / 7 d— 27 
/ 10/-1 M 6/— 2 m 6 r— 3 m 10 c— 6 « 7 /— 
6 m 10d^8 w 6/— 9»i6 «— 10 m 7«— 12'm7 
6—13 m 11 d— 14 m 10 c— 15 m 6 s— 16 w 5 / 
—17 m 8 c— 20 m 10 c— 21 m 6 s— 22 m 6 /— 
.?3 m 6 /— 24 m 13 6—27 m 10 c- 28 m 10 s— 
29 m 7 <^— 30 m 6/— 31 m 7 J 
— United States, 15 'n 6 <i 



M\ i' \t\ - 



i 



Mfir. ri, 1877.] rALiitLit^x index to *' tkk timk.s'* xF.wspArKR. 



Rev 



BailwaTB (eontlnued). 

VariiH. 2(3 iH 7 «— 29 m 7 r 

- Victoria Station und Tinilico, 2 /'7 e 

Walton an J Swafflnm, lU m 7 f 

West Cork, 28 / 10 /j 

Flanders, 12"; 7 // 

SoinerMet, J 2/ 7 b 

Weitern of France, 20 w 10 e 

-1 Whitby, Re<!car and Middlebbrough, 28 m 

10 d 

Whitehaven, Cleator and Egremont, 28/lOd 

Witney, 15 w ti e 

Woosui g, Ke-opening of, 19 ; 10 « 

lUkin in Tortugal, 6 i 5 c 

Rainfall, Table of, 8/11/ 

Ralaton ^W. K. S.) Lectiire on English Nursery 

Tales, 3;«,4./ 
Banke (Leopold Von) Sixtieth Anniversary of 

hi>i Attaining his Doctor's Degree — Banquet, 

Ac. to, 22/6 </ 
— ^ Antograph Letter to, from the German 

Emperjr, 2'ifbd 
Rare Birds— the Great Plover, %fbd 
Rateable Value of Property. 26 / 7 / 
Raihbone (S. G.) on Free Licensing, 12/ if 
(— ) on the Responfeibility of the Industrial 

CI .sses. 11 ;■ 4 « 
Rattening at Sheffield. 5 m 4 / 
Rva (Jiihn) Dfnionstration on the Release of, 

from Londonderry Gaol, tt./'o d 

Committed for Contempt of Court, 26j6d 

Reali^m— the Opera of Gustave IIL, of Sweden, 

2 / 8 /* 
l!eclaimed Thieves, Flume for, in the Seven Dials, 

U|)ening of, 26 m 10 r. 
R«»ad (C. S.) on the I'lastern Qijeiition, 2/10 e 
Ref d ( — ) Lecture on Naval Architecture, 1 2 /' H c 
Naval AiJministratioa, li) ; i> 6—31 j -i d 

—5 /» h 

- (E. J,) on the Rnsj^ian Fleet 18 ; 10 c 
-. — (T, 8, . on Pauper Childn-n, 81 w 10 f 
Q^eet (Evan) a Survivor of the iSlutnnon, Appeal 

for, 3> 11 c 
Reeve (Wybort) on the Unimflammable Koyal 

Edinburgh Theatre, 7,/ 4 « 
Refractory Seamen, 7./ 11/ 
Rfjecied ( harities — Sir Ivor Guest's Donation 

to Poole, Idm 10 e 
Religious Equality, Meeting at Cannon Street 

Hotel to Consider, 28 y « r- 1 w 1 1 / 
Remote Contingencies — the Hanover Exiles* 

Probability of Succession to the Crown of 

Great Britain, 16/!» / 
Renand (Dr. Fj*ank) on the Manchester Roval 

Infirmary. 5 ; 12 a 
Reunie (Colleton) on London Bridge, 4 / 4 /* 
Rent Guarantee Society, Annual Meeting. 23 / 

10/ 
fietuniing Good fior Evil- Bishop of Truro, 23 

Rer<nuc, 12 m 7 f 

Returns of the Past Yeor, Ij 7 d—9J 4/ 

BBVIEWS!— 

— Abney, Capt., Thebes and its Five Great 
Temples. 4 .;' 1 1 u 

— Atnutt, H., the Cactus i^nd other Tropica) 



Eeviews (rontifiutti). 

Arnold, An liur, 'I hrough Ptrsia by Carayiui, 

20jAd 

Edwin. Turkish Grammar. 19 w 9 a 

Bnlzac, H. de. Co* rcsponilcnce, (ij 3 o 

liarnutn. P. T.. Lion Ja* k, 17 «M> 6 

Black. Wm., Madcap Violet. 9 ; 8/ 

Brown, Barrington. Canoe and Camp Llfo 

in British Guiana. 29 ; 4 d 

Buchanan, Kobt., Shadow of the Sword, 9 



jZd 

— Burke's Genealogical. &c. T*eernge. 3 / \J 

— Cameron, Conunandcr, Across Africn, ii 
jid 

— Campbell, Ix)rd George, Log Letters from 
the ChirUenf/et\ 31 »« 7 " 

-^ Capa.s. (has.. Lettres Ineditas de Mad. d§ 
^vigne a M. de Grignan. 6 j 3 <• 

— Chase. C. F.. Trial of Jesus Christ, 3 / 8 i 

— Christmas Books, 2 j 1 1 « 

— Classifted Directory of the Metropolitan 
Charities, l.'i / 11 « 

— CrockfOrd's Clerical Directory, 20 ; 4/- 20 

— Dixon, Hepworih, Diana, Lady Lyle, 17 
wo/ 

— Dod's Peerage, 18/ 7 /-—IS ; 6 « 
Pariiamentary Cou^panion for 1877, 3 



fiih 



Drawings by the Italian Masters, by Comyui 
Carr. 8/36 

— Edward. Thomas, a Scotch Naturalist, Llfo 
of, hv Samuel Smiles, 22 / 4 d 

>:ilwards, Amelia, Thous;itid Miles up tlifi 



Mle. 4/11 rt 

Ellis. Joseph. Css^ar in Egypt, 9 /'4 e 

Encyclofsedia Britannica, Sj 3 a 

Epic of Hades, 9/4 d 

Epochs of Modern History, 2 / 3 a 

Eynia, Xavier, Vie Aux Etats-Unis, 2 / 3 « 

Field (Dr. H. M.) from the Lakes of KiU 

larney to the GoMcn Horn, 4 / lie 
Fleming, W., Index to Our Railway Sys* 

tem, 7/7 a 

Gaboriau,EmUe,PetilVji.'UxdesBategnollcB, 

2 ; 3 / 

Gladstone, Rt. Hon. W, E„ Lessons in 

Massacre, 13 m o / 

Goulbum, Dean, Norwirh Cathedral. 2 fi$ 

Grove, Geo., Geography Primer, l(i/4 e 

Guizot, M., History of England, 29 m 4 (f 

— — Hj^idy. Mrs,, A0oat and Ashore. 2i 11 a 

- 11 istorical Chart of India, by Allcit Durncll, 
2/lOc 

Hozior, Capt., Invasions of England, 2/3 

0—13/3 II 
Hugo, Victor, La Legende des Siccle-", 19 

Tfi i a 

Index to The Times, SO m S e 

Inve^tor*s Monthly Manual, 13 / 6 c 

Lamb. Chas., Life, Letters, &c, of, 2C^'3 <| 

Note on, 27 / 9 « 

T^vien F„ Mjldred'i Misti^kP, 1/11 b 

Life and Work?* of Frederic t »z4imni. rt ; C a 

of the Priuco Consort, by Mr Maptli}* 



Mr, Glad stop's ReportCfl Rtviow i.f. ItJ/ 5/ 



Bcv 



rALJttli's INDEX TO "IIIK TOlLSs" NKWSI'ArfcK. [J»ll. 1 t? 



Seviews (rontinutu/). 

J Mq of I^rd Sht'lburne, by Lord Fitzmaurice, 

4; 80 

Light French Literature, 2 j S fi 

I^ge*t» Peernge and Bnnmetnge, 3 /*4 / 

Mac Coll, MalcHjlra, EastCin Question, 3> m 

Macdonald, Geo., Thonm* Wingfold, Cu- 
rate, 9j a € 

Martin, Frederick, Statesman's Year Book, 

7/4 « 

— Martineau HHriiet,Auto-biography,20wi4a 
Note alMut, 31 m 7/ 

Mathieson's Tables of Prices, 13 j 6 c 

Mcrimec, Prosper, Lettres a une Inconnue, 

6jSc 

Mercantile Publications, 13j 6 c 

Milton's Paradiae I.iOsr, Facsimile Reprint 

of the First Kdition, 11/47 

Morris. Wm., Story of Sigurd, 9/4 ^ 



— New Lectionary— the Church Service Bible, 

l«i«/ 

— Old and New Zealand, by a PiUceba Maori, 

25 / 4 </ 

— - Palgrave, W. G.. Dutch Guiana, 29 / 4 </ 
F. T.. Children's Treasury of Lyrical 



Poetry, 1 > 4 / 

— Palmer, Samuel, Index to The Times News- 
paper, 30 m 8 c 

' - Parki r, Adm. Sir Wm., Li/e by Rear-Adm. 
IMiillimore. i\) j B a 

— Post OflSce Directory of Birmingham, Staf- 
fordshire, &c., Idj6d 

— Rajah of Sarawak, by G. L. Jacob, C^' 11 <f 
— IO7 U d 

— Recent Novels, 9/3 d—\7 m 6/ 
Poetry, 9/ 4 c/ 



— Rectus, Elisee, Nov. Geographic Unirer- 
selle. l(J7 3rf 

Records of the Scottish Coinage, Collected 



• by Rev. Cochran Patrick, 16/ 3 e 
Registers of the Stationers* Company, 

Edited by Arber, 5.; 3/ 

Remusat's Abelard. 30/ 5 </ 

Rowing Almanac, 12 «i 8 h 

Russell, M«jor, Russian Wars with Turkey, 

• 28/4 d 
Dr. W. H., British Kxpediiion to the 



' Crimea. 18/12/1 

Prince of Wales's Tour in India, 27 m 

10 o 

Salmon, Dr. Geo., Reign of Law and other 

. Ser.^ons, 3/ 3 « 

Scott, J. R., Memorials of the Family of 

Scott, 16; 3 c 

Shaw. E.^re, Fire Protection, 12 / 3 c 

Simonin, L., Le Monde Americain. 2 / 8 e 

Spry, W. J., Cruise of H. M. Ship ChaHen- 

ger, 31 « 7 <i 

— Tait, P. G., on Recent Advances in Physical 
Science. 6 ; 4 « 

Tennyson's Poems, 13 / 10 ft 

— Thirlwall, Bp., Remains, Literary and Theo- 
logical. 4/ 10 w 

Thorn's Irihh Directory, 19/ 12 <• 

n 1 borne, Jaj*.. Handbook of the Environs of 

London. II ./4 d 



Reviews {routinut'd). 

Ti8s«»t. VovHge aux Pays Annexes. 2 jZd 

Tn)lloi>e, F. E., Black Spirits and While. 

17 w 6 « 

Uncle Tom's Story of his Life, an Auto- 
biography of the Rev. Jo^iah Henson. 2 / 3 d 

Vautier. Goo.. Revanche du Mari, 2^' 4 a 

Wallace, D. M.. Russia, 18/ 3 a 

Warren, Capt. Chas., Underground Jem- 

salum. \Z III A e 

Note about, 16 m 4 (/ 

Watts, Wm. Lord. Across tbeVatna Jo&iiU, 

or Scenes in Iceland. 6/3 li 

Wellington, Arthur, Duke of, Despatcbcs, 

Ac, Vol. 6. 24 « 5 c 

Whyte-Melville, J; G., Rosine, 17 « 6 a 

Yriarte, Chas., Bosnie et Uerzegovine, 16/ 

Bd 

see also Books 

Revue des Deux Mondes, 31 ; 7 e 
Reynolds and Gainsborough, 5 m 4 r 

(Professor) on Vortex Motion, 6 /"ID «/ 

Rheumatism, an Easy Remedy for, 20 / 5 « 
Rice, State of the Market, 3/7 f— 4 ; 7 d—bj 7 

r— 6 / 7 c— 10 ; 6 c~l I ; 7 r— 12 / 7 «— 13/ 6 
d-lTi 7 f— 18/ 7 /— 19/ 7 c— 2u ; 7 /~24 j 

7 /•~2r) ; 6 e -26 ; 7 «— 27 ; 7 «-31 j 7 /—I / 
7rf-2/7d— 3/7€— 7 /•7 c— 10 /7 «— 14 / 
lOr— 16/ lOy— li/ll rf— 21 f 12 r— 28 no 
6—24 /• 10 «— 28 /• 10 //— 2 w 6 6-3 w 10 /— 7 
m 10 h—d m 6 /"— 10 m 7 /—IS m 6 /— 16 m 5 
/— 1 7 w 8 6—21 m 6 /— 24 m 13 c— 28 « 10 c 
—29 m 7 6— 3J m d 

Indian Prices for, 23/ 5/ 

Richardson (Dr. B. W.) Health Improvements 

in Great Cities, 9 ; 10 e— 16/ 6rt 

Lecture on Vital Air, 23 w 12 6 

Rio de Janeiro, City Improvements. \7 m H d 
Riot Among the Convicts at Ilaulbowline Naval 

Docks, 15/5 / 
Ripley ( H. W.) ani the Carlton Club. 23 / 5 « 
Ritualistic Practices at Hatcham. nee St. Jaxes' 

Service at Lewisham Church, the Bi«hop 

of Rochester Present, 6 y 12 6— 7/5 /'-^s/Cd 

Rival Aversions. No:e about. 19 /*9 /* 

Rivers, Pollution of. Meeting in Edinburgh about, 

16/3 6 
Roharts (C. H.) All Souls College and the Bod- 

h'ian. 30 m 4 e 
Robbery of Jewels from Battle Abbey, \7 / o d 

— 19/11 d 

at l*utney, 23 w 8 6 

Roberts (Edw.) on the Spring Tides, 2 /* 10 6 

(W. V.) oil the Coinage, 30 / 4/ 

Robinson (R S ) on the Naval Estimates, 21 at 

\0f 
(W. B.) on Dockyard Administration, 6/ 

8 6 

Roby (^H. J.) on the Universities Bill, 8 w 8 c — 
17 w 6/ 

Rochester (Bp. of) Not at Lewisham but Sup- 
plying the Destitute Church of Cold Norton, 
8/6 </ 

Joining in Full Ritualistic Service at Lew- 
isham Church. 6/126 

Denied. 7/5/ 

J{oj7"<T« rRev. J. G.) Lcf'ture on the •• Ilatcham 



^War. SW, l'*!'.] tai.mfjc'h ini>i;\ to Tin: ** tjjiks " nkwsi'ai'KR. 



Pubs- 



Case and its Bearings,** at Memorial Hall, 7 ' 

Rogerson (Geo. R.) on Atlantic TraflBc, 29 y 7 / 
Roll of ihe Commons, 16/4/ 
Roman Carnival, 16/4 / 

Catholic Priest and a Manchester Solicitor, 

Strange Charge A'^nin^t, 1* / «; U 

Coins, l)i.sco\ery of. jit Lowestoft, 3 in 4 e 



Romance of the H.ir m, 2*3 m 6 c 

Romanism, Four K glish Clergymen Resign 
their Lixingrt umI Kmbrace, 29 j 5 d 

Keporie'l .\«ljurauo I of more than 800 Pro- 
testants* i . Ku^l.iiid. 27 /'o r 

Roi-er-Cuntua ^11.; on the Crystal Palace, 22 f 
t a 

Rose (A. F.) Captured by Brigands, 14/ 10 e 

Rose Culture, New Work on, 2 / 9 « 

Russetti (D. G.; on the Grosveiior Gallery, 27 m 

^r 

Rolheiy (Mary C. Himic' t-n Vjccination, 22 / G U 
BOaMANIA:— 

Army News, 15 m 5 « 

Declares her Independency. 11^66 

Felling Wood on ihe Islauid of Pirgos, Out- 
rage during. 26 /'6 6 > 
Financial Crisis in. 8 >« 5 r 

to Form no jrnrt of the Turki>li Empire, ^ 

jo c&rf— 22/6<i 

General Budget, \\ m ^ t 

Impeachment of the Late Cabinet, 21 /*5 b 

—24 m 7 e—'SO m 3 d 
Issue of Paper Money Instead of a Loan, 

28 m 5 f. 
and the Jews, eySd— IG; 8 a~lll m 10 e 

—26 m 6 c 

Misci'llaneous News, 1/5 «»--2 ^5 e— 3 f5 



Royal Botanic Society, Meeting, 26 fOf 
New Members Admitted, 12/7 ^26 m 

9e 

^ Note about. 2 fi f 

Dramatic College, Meeting in Dniry Lan«, 

to Aid. 23 f'bb 

Dublin Society. 9 m 10 6 

Exchange, Deputation of Clergymen to the 



Lord Mayor to Prevent the Extensive Vaults 
under the Building being Converted into a 
Restaurant and Gambling House, 27 / 10 c— 
22 m5/ 

— Geographical Society, Lectures at. IZ fS a 
—27 /» 6 d 

Meetings, 9/7 c— 23^ 9/— 7 w 7 /* 

Horticultural Gardens, Notes about, 19; 10 



6—23 / 4 e— 27y 4 «— 3o i 6 f 

Society. Meetings. 14 /9/-10 m7e 

No es a')OUt. 21 ; 4 /*— U mid 

rii- Weekly Exhibitions, 8 w 12 a 

ami Guinea Subscriptions, 7 f\Ob 



— Household Appointments, 24 ; 8 cAe — 27 
J 8 rt— 21 / 5 /— 20 nt 8 a-.2H/M 9./--24 m 13 e 

— Humane Society, Annual Meeting, 12/4 e 
ristribution of Awards, 19 /4y 

— Indian Engineering CoUeg*?. 11) ; 12 e 
Insiitution. Lectures, 1 1 ./ 9 <f— 22i 7 6&d 



-23 / 5 /-.V.i I 9 /--e / 10 ^-19/ 12 n— 22/ 
6 /— 24 fif—'Iii f 10 e— 12 m 4 c— 20 /« 4/— 

— Literary Fund, Annual Meeting, 1.^ w 8 d 

— National Life- Boat Institution, 6 / 7 /' 
Annual Meeting. 16 m 6/ 



e— 5/ 5 y— 3 m 5 e— 8 m 6 d— 17 /// 7 c— 23 m 
5d 

— New Ministry, 8/5 /'—JO /".") r 

— Railway Pasj^enger import, 2o /« o e 

— M. Stourda Resigns. 6 m 6/— 7 w 5 c 

— Treaties of Commerce, 2 /« 6 e 

— a'^d the Treaty of Paris, Gj 5 e— 12y 5 h 

— and the Turkish Constitution, Aj 5 r — 10 ; 
5 5—11 /r» </— 15 /6 a— 18/5 d 

— Turkish O.itrnge i.i, 12 / .", t/— 24 / ."> «/>7 
m o c 

and the War. 28 /'of 



— Si'ottish Academy, Dinner on Opening t ho 

Exhibition, 21 / 4 / 
United Service Institution, Annual Meet- 

ing, 5 m 10 a 

Lectures at. 26 f 10 r— 6 m 4 c 



Round Pegs in Square Holes— a Solicitor in a 

Workhouie. H f ti t 
Royal Academy, Nominations for Associatetihips, 

20 J 1 1 c 

— New A8.<«ociates, 25 ; 9 « 

Notices. 23 «i 9 /" 

of Music, Performance of "Antigone," 



in Aid of a Hospital, 7 md f 

Civic Donation to, 3 /n 9 / 

Novel Com] e:ition for a Gold Medal at. 



28 ;« 7 / 

— A'^ricultural Society of England, Meeting, 
a/6rt-l6./7/ 

— Albert Hall, General Meeting of the Cor- 
poration. 27 /'4 e 

Choral Society, 30 / 9 e 



Society of Musicians, I^'gacy of Mr. 

Schulz to. 12/6 »/ 

State Coach. 2/10 r-7 / 7 /— 10/4 e 

RuMnstein (Anton) as a Musician, 3 t 4 e 
Ru^lkin (Thomas) on the Price of American 

Meat, 27/ 5 e 
Rum, State of the Market. 12/7^ 
Running Amuck— a Ma 1 Sailor in Liverpool, 2S 

Rusden's Profmsal to Reduce the Week to Fivo 

Days, 30 in 4 /* 
Ru^iiell ^Lt. Col.) on the Battle of Navarino, 18 

(J. Fuller) on the Old Masters, ISy 4 e 

Russia Copper Company, 10 J 6 ci 
E jSSIA : - 

Attempt to Assassinate the Ccsarcwitch^ 

False Report, 5 m 5 /" 

the Annv uf. 10 / 5 A— IHjo 6— 16 J 5 o— 

leyioc 

Medical Service <»f. 18 / 7 // 

News. 6 / 5 ry-20 /:» A— 10 m 5 i — 14 m 

5 c — 15 m 8 c — 31 woo 

the Budget. 13 ; 6 e— 24 ? 5 b 

Ameer ol Kashgar at M. Petersburg, 6 y 



— Alfred Age 1 Merchant Seamen's Institu- 
tion« Annual Meeting. 20 m 10 /' 

— Br-oiingham Society of Artist-, 19/11 e 



5/ 



and the Caucasus, 2') t 4 d — 55 j 8 c 
— Celebration of the Emperor's Ascensioa 
Day. 5 m 't d c. 



lrU8 



a 



*t 



PALBlKli & IMOKX TO " THE TlUHi NKWSr.il'fci:. 



[3lU3/f't* 



Kli8&i» (continKCtl). 

in Central Asia, b j b d 

• Court News, 6/5 c— 8/5 e. 

Ditfturbance of Students at St. Petersburg, 

2 t 6 /* 
« DepreRsive Influence of the Impending 

War on Trade in, 18 j 7 A 

* and the Eastern Question, 6 i 5 « 

^ — the Fleer* 10; 6 h^W » |(> A— I8i 10c 

» Hi ahh of the Grand Duke N'choloa, 22>5 f 

* Jealousy of. 22 ; » 6 

• Kaeun Cathrdnii Kiot. 6 /* 10 n 

• — - and (iennmiv, 12 to e 

» M ill tnry Levies 17/6<t 

• MlscelUneou** News, 2*2 j 5 d — 7 m B c 

• the Moscow Gnzette Seized for Printing a 

8pecfh of the Slrtvo»dc Committee. 30 wi 3 « 
'lYnnslalion of the Oflfending Speech, 31 

ui C, a 

New Loan, 24 j 5 a— 3 / 5 e — 7 / 5 «--?6 / 5 6 



» — ()d«ss.H Municipality Unable to Pay its Of- 
ficials* Salaries, 5j5c 

' Official Changes. 8/5 c 

» — Prtpaiing to Celebrate the Jubilee of Na- 
VHrino. L*H / 5 c 

■ Kail way Carriages for Sick and Wounded 

^:old:e^ 8. 6 ; 5 r 

** — I'ruclanmtion of the Conspirators to the 
Jews in the Hebrew Lan^rnape. 19 tn 5/ 

•- Plt•li0^td J>oiiiob:l.zi.ion of the At. ny, 10 
m ^ •! 

» Puble Opinion in. 5 / 10 ^f 

»— and I he Quein's Speech. i:> / 5 6 

» Huilwa}' Ccanpnniea in. to Use only Home 

Manufacturtd Goods, 2i) /*• 5 i 

■ — — ' to be Used for Troops only, IS j 5 r 

» Rovolutionary Demonstration in St. Peters- 
burg. 2 ; () /)— .Hoy 8 6—31 I 0/—1/5 <?—(>/ 
10 fi— 16 m 4 r 

• Slavs and the Government, 31 m 6 <i 

— atid the SIhv Que5«tion. I / 4 e 
— — Slavonic Comniiitets in. 10 ; 4 « 

•— Speech of the Czar to the Army, SOjSa 

— State of the Army, &c.. 30 / 7 a 

' Trial of other Conspirators. W) m n f 

• of Members of th<* Secret Hevclutionary 

JM)citty "Krahny Valet'* at Mofcow. (i f^ \0 a 
of the Rio ers, 6/ 10 «— 8y o </-7 m 5 r 



Safflower, State of Trade in. 27 ; 7 « 

Sailors in Liverpool, 15 / 12 ct 

Saghalien. Failure of the Attempt to Colonixe, 

Sago, State of Trade in, 11/7 r— 18 / 7 /—I / 

7 (/— 8 / 7 /•-22/ 7 y— 1 m 6 /— 8 m 6 c—tt 

M 6 A- 29 ml b 
8.'^le of Intoxicating Liquors on Sundays, Annual 

Meeting of the A8t>ociation, 26 in 6 e 

of a Wife, 24 ; 6 </ 

Salisbury Cathedral, Heatoration, 30 i 6 a 

i^I^dy) Uetu.ns to London, I'A m o f 

( Lord i Notices of, 12 i y /— 6/5 u 

at the Associated ( hamberof Commerce, 

22 fad 

Reaches London, 7/9 /" 

on his Return. 8/5 c 

Views the Mycenae Art Treasures. 6/5 rf 



■—16 Ml 4 c 

. and Turkey. 4 /8 <»-10/5 rf&/ 

•• — Count Von MoUke's Letter^ on, Preparing 

for the I'ress. 29 / 5 r— 8 / 6 /* 

. Will of I'eter the Great, i\ fbd 

Hustfinn Budget, 5 ' 7 /» 

^ — Circular, no Answer Sent by the Great 

Powers to, 1 m 5 c 
■ Customs' R^-ceipts. 16 /"ll b 

Kinbasgy, 16 ; 9 /* 

- — Journal if'm. Peter the Great Founder and 

E<litorof tlie First Newspaper. 10 / 9 /* 
■ Legation iil Constantinople, 17 m 12/ 

LiteiR'Ure. 2 / 4 /* 

Rurty (A. F.'on Public School Prefects, 5/6/ 
Rye ^.Mum S») on Wast re is, ITij 12 c 

S. 
Sflcred Mnnnonic So< l«*f^ . .'JO / 4 * 



. the Cologne (Smette on Hatfield, the Seat 

of. 19 M 5 e 
Salmon Hatching, 30 m 4 e. 

Rivers, Ojicn Seasons in, 29i 6 a 

in the Solway, 26 7 7c 

Salt f >ir Titus) Funeral of. 6 ; 9/ 

Saltaire, Bequest of the Late Sir Titus Salt to, 

8j »0/ 
Saltpe-re, State of the Market, 3 ; 7 e— 4 ; 7 rf 

—5 / 7 c— 6 > 7 c— 10; 6r~-lli7r— 12>7a 

— 2 ) / 7 /— 24 ;• 7 /"— 26 ; 7 «~27 ; 7 c-«l j 7 

/-! /■; ^-10 /•: ..-ill f'\o /-.tT/ii d—n 

J 10 ' -2.- /• 10 /.— 7 HI Hi Z»— 15 m (jy— 23 j» G 
< — 2» /,» 7 A— 80 ,» ."i d 
Saw ar.utn Fiee Hospital, Royal Present of Game 



to, 2»i.; 9 fi 



S>niue!. Bros. Warning against an Attempt to 

Swindle, 31 7 9/ 
Samuelson (~) at the Bath Liberal Meeting, 2 

/H e 
Siln Francisco, Russian War Ships in, 7/6 « 
Sand (Madauie Qjorge) Propo ed Statue to, 2S 

J 10 d 
Sandon (Lord) at Liverpool. 26 / 7 e 
Sandford ;Grace) Hospital for IncurHblea at Ox- 
ford, 31 ; 5 e —5 m 11 c 
Sftndrin.uham Estate, Tenantry Presentation to 

the Prince of Wales. 2/7 * 
Sandwich Uhinders in New Zealand, 14 /*4 e 
Sand with (Dr. H.) on the Servian War, 29 ; 8 o 

—31 j I Of? 

on the Jews in Servia, 2 / II < 

Refugees in Servia, 6/8 'V— 7/6 rf— 29 m 

86 
Sanitary Estates Association. Draught Proapec- 

tu8 of New CoP'pHuy, 15 j 4 e 
Saving Life at Sea, Award to Mr. Lewia, 22 m 

«/ 
Savings Bank Accounts, 12 m 6/ 
St. Agnes Kennington, Consecration of, 22 j 9/ 

— 2n jH b 
St. Alban's Bi^hopric. 12 m 6 rf 
St. Andruww University, Degrees Conferred, 16 

JSn 

Extended Classes. 13/ 12 A 

Dean Stanley's Valedictory Address, 7 la 5 

/—P.* m 4 rf— liiw H'^ 
St. n.irtholomewV Hospital, Royal Present of 

<. tuue lo, _'^^ 7 € 



[ 



«lir. i)l, lUii.j TALMKUS iNtlKX TO ** THK TIUKS MiWM'.xrr.i.. 



St. navid*fl Day Festival at Willis's, 2 m 8 ft 
St GtH>rge*8 Garrison Church, Woolwicli. Uroki;n 

ioto by Thufvea, 18 ; ti e 
Uojfpital, Ho>a* I'rejent of Game to, 'M j 

St. James' Uatcham, and Ambigioas Prayers, 81 

Address to the Vicar by Scottish Episcopa- 
lian Church Clergymen, 2Ajbd 

• — Arrest of Mr. Tooth and Incarceration of, 
in Horsemonger Lane Gaol, 23 j H a 

• — Case in the Court of Arches, 11/10 c — 15 

of Costs, 22/11 h 

— Mr. ShnniberH Kt'sign*. ^ fi^ ^ 

Closing of the Chmvh by the HiAhop. 15 j 

10 rf— 22 / 7 / — 2l» i 5 /—6 J 6 c 
the Church^ aMeiis* Defeitce, 2 ; 6 ae 

Mr. Cook and Mr. Tooih. 1 y 10 a 

C^urate in Charge Appointed, l\i j 5 d 

— llev. Benj. Dale Appointed Curate, 10/8 /* 
Forces an Entry into thn Church and 



St. Mnrtin*8 in the FioMs, Proteaits sjptinst Ue- 
movinjc the Portioo of, 14/4 / 20 / .'» / 

St. Mary*ii. Whiicchnpel. Con^ecraliod of iha 
NeA- Church, :^./ U/ 

St. Michael's and St. George, Promotions and 
Appoint:nents, 28 //i 10 d 

St. Patrick, Investuro of the Duke of Manches- 
ter with the Order of. 6 w 10 « 

St. Paul's Cathedral. Dedication Festival, 19 / 

7/ 
Lent Preachers, 8 / G <i 

Preachers for the Month, 81 / 9 /* 

for r.>- Morrow, 6/9 /'— 13> 7 A— 20 / 

9./— 27/ 12 /»—:!/ 10 <f 

Thursday Service in Holy Week, 16 w 



) 



Conducts Service. 12 /'6 rf 

'Wrvioe in the Church by Mr. Dale after 



the Vicars Ui lease, 19/6 <rf 

Faction Fi^rht in the Church. 26 /* 6 ti 

— the Four Paintings in the Church Execu- 
ted by Mr. Tooih Daubed Over with Black 
Paint, 26 « 6/ 

and the Incumbents Suspension, 19 m 6/ 

«— Inten.ion of th? Complainants to Apply to 

the Court of Arches, 4 ; 12 a 
— — Interdict, see Lba 

Meeting of the English Church Union on 

theCsse, 17 j G «-2 »* lO/— i4m 10 6 

of Parishioners to Protest against the 



Practices, 10 i 5./— 16 ; 10 d 

and Members to Protest against the 



Conduct of Mr. Chambers, 2y 8 // 

to Present an Address of Sympathy to 



Mr. Tooth, 2/8 6 

of the Working Men*s Society about, 5 f 



6 c— 19/6 « 



Notes about 



mt, lye/— 8/5«— 4y9/'— 8i 
10 «— 9 ; 10/— 12 ; 7 /*— Hi /« 6—24 ; 8 a— 25 
j 8 6—27 ibd& /— ; Oj 1 i e— i>0 / 12 c— 3y 9 
€-14/ 10 c 

on Assertions made by Speakers, 18^6/ 



— 19j 10 e— 20/6/ 

Notice to Friends on Visiting him, 25 j 8 6 

Order to Arrest Mr. Tooth for Contempt 

of Court, 16i 6 6-19/9/ 

— tlie Prosecutors Deny being Anxious for 
' Mr. Tooth's Release, 13/5/ 

Ritualistic Practices at, I j 6/— 8i 10 e 

*— Mr. Rogers's Lecture on at Alemorial Hall, 
7/6rf 

— Simple Remedy to Recover the Keys, 3 / 
9s 

Mr. To*)th*s Former Occupation, 8 / 9 < 

— l{elease, 19/ 6 d 

the Vicar's Reply to the Address of Sym- 
pathy Sent to him in G miI. 8/11/ 

St. Ja.nes'd Park, Notice, ^ > m 4 d 

Su John's Hospital for Diseases of the Skin, 
Performance at the Royal Ac ideniy of Mus'.c 



b c 

— School, and Ba quet at the Mercers* lUU, 
22 / lOc 

Examination. 28/* 9/ 



St. Stephen's Lewisham, Ritualistk: Service at, 
iee Ritualistic 

St. Valentine's Day, Postal Notice, 3/7 « 

St. Vedast. Foster Lane, the Rectory Seques- 
tered 26 m 6/ 

Scandalum Magnatum— a Man Sentenced to Two 
Month*8 Imprisonment for Cursing the Qneen 
in Church, 7 m 5/ 

Scarlet Fever, Serious Outbreak of, near Wal- 
sall. 29/11 e 

Scarth (John) onO ir Sailors, 10 fQf 

Sctptre Life Association, \0 f'7 d 

Schendri (B. C; Jews in lioumania, \7 j Gd 

S hliemann ij>r.) at Burlington House, 23 m 
10 e 

Discoveries at Mycenae, 29 y 5 d—G fS rf— 

14/8 6 -5 m 10 c— 16 m 11a— 17 si U a— 28 
m 8 e 

and the Tomb of Agamemnon, 87 10 e— 12 

.7 7 a 

Schofield & Co., on the Strike of the Masons at 
their Works, 5 m 12 o 

Science in 1876, 1/6 c 

Anticipated by Fiction, 7 m 5 d 

Museum, Proposal to Establish as a Per- 
manency, 6 /8 rt 

ScientiSo Apparatus Loan C<Ulcs:tion Official 
Notice to Exhibitors, 8 j II c 

N.40 about. 9/86 

-. Geography, 13/8 a 

Monuments. 9/11 d 

Sclater- Booth (Rt. Hon. Q.) at the Winchester 
Conservative Association, 5/10 6 

Scotch Free Church Meeting. 0/ 12 n 

Presbytery Issue a Pastoral on Intempe- 
rance, 1 / 10 /' 

Naturalist, No'es about, 25 ^ 8 c — 8 m S d 

SherifiTs Substitutes. 6/ 10 c 

Univen^ities, from the Stiturday Review. 80 

Scott (R. F.) on the Arlsey Collision, 10; 11 s 
8<*atti«h American Investment Company, 1/7 c 
• I .'» / 7 « — 5 /M 7 / 
Ren -h ami Bar. 5 /" 1 1 / -8/ 10 6 

• (\>:iiu«orcial Insurance (/ompany, 22 m 6 6 

Free (Miurch, Motion to Suppress the State 

Establishments 16 m 9/ 

r*iiov=drnt Institution, 29 m 7 <f 



I ^ 



I 



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4i 



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l*JLLMEU8 INDEX To '' TliK TIMKS NKWi»l'AI*KK. 



[Jau. 



Scottish Union and Scottish National Insurance 1 

Companies, Amalgamation of, 20/(> 6— 21 y* 

TJ ^—22./ 7 6 
Sea Monsters. Note about, 16 ; 10 i 

Serpent by Affidavit, llj 10 « 

Seals, Massacre of. 19/5/ 

Seamen^s Hospital Society, Annual Court, 14 / 

5c 
Chinese Ambassador Becomes a Life Sub- 

scriber to, 29 in 9/ 
Season, Expectations of a Good One, 12/9/ 
Sed lou (J. P.) on Hou es in Great Citieji, 10 j 

10 6 
Selbome (Lord) Lecture at Alton on Ancient 

Coinage, 8 /* 6 A 
Selection of Public Talk from Vanity Fuir, 2/4 (/ 
Serjeants' Inn, Account of. 19^3 d— 24 i \2 b 
Notes about. 13 /•4 /*— 15/10 fc— 16 /* 7/ 

— 19 /* 7 </--22 f 10 a— 5 m 1 1 /*— 9 m 10 d 

Sale of, at " the Mart," 24 V 10 d 

Suitable Inscription for the New Buildings^ 

26 /•7 6 
Berjeants-at-Law. Notes about, 19 f9 /'— 20 f\l 

«— 23/11 /— 26/^8 A 
ServanU— Lady Helps, \9j \0 f 
Severn (Arthur) on Cloud and Sunshine, 12 / 7 </ 
SEEVL^ :- 

" Ceremony of Blessing the Waters Per- 
formed on the Banks of the Save, 19 ; 5 c 

£lecrionB, 28/5 « 

English Compa4iy Propose a Railway in, 

20 m o e 

Exchange of Prisoners at Belgrade, 19j G-v 

Exports Resumed, Q m b d 

Golden Cros-i of Takosa Conferred on 

Messrs. Pnrtey and .Samson. 15 j 6 a 
Miscellaneous News, 9 J 5 c — 22 i 6 f— 2 J 

5 A— 26 / 6 6 
Old Roman ScorisB Offered for Sale, 14 m 

5c 
Opening of an English Orphan House at 

Semlin, the First Ever Opened in b'ervia, 29 ; 

5b 
-— ^ Peace Arrangemcn's. 9 m 5 c 
Political Disturbances in, 28 m 5 c 

— Refugees in, 6 / 8 A 
and the Russian Volunteers, 10 / 5 5 — II j 

5 6-12/5 6—167 5 5 

the Skruptscliina Summoned, 6^5 e — 21 / 

5 o— 22/5 d 

the Great Skruptschina Convoked, 15/5 5 

— — Accepts the Conditions of Peace, 1 m 5 5 

— Dissolution, 1 m 5 b — 2 m 5 6 & c ' 
I Speech of the Prince on Opening, 1 m 5/i 

General Tchernayoff at Prague, 1^^ 5 b 



— 1675 d 

Sevres China, New Manufactory, 10/4 ^ 
Sewer Gases. Frankland's Lecture oii. 15 /*4/ 
Sewers, City Commission, Meetings, 24^8 6—7 

/ll/ 
Seyd*s Statistics of Mercantile Failures from 

1865, 1 ; 7 a 
Shakers, Notice of. 13 1^9/ 
Shakespeare's Autograph a Forgery, 1 J h f 

Richard III., 7/5/ 

haftesbury (Lord) Rival Aversions, 19/9/ 
an'nnn. Survivors of. 3/11 c. — 5 ; 4 6 



Sh%re Investment Trust, 26/ 7 c 
Sliarpe (Sutton) on Commissions, Sill/ 
Shaw-Lefevre (G.) on Investments in the Funds, 

i«i5/ 

Shci*p Poisoning in Essex from Eating Shrnbt 

in a Gartlen, 9^ 9 e 
Sheerne^s Forts. 16 /*4 /* 
Sheffield, American Beef for Sale in, 15 i 7 r 

Beer and Wine Conference at, 8/ 10 </ 

Chamber of Conuiierce, Annual Meeting, 

Church Extension in, 9 ; 9 /* 

the Duke Offers to Sell the MarkeU to the 

Corporation, f6 fbf 
Meeting of the Liberal Association at, SI i 

66 

Rattening of, 5 w 4/ 

Representation Liabilities —the Town Clerk 

Ruined by, 16 w 5 c 
Shdfnrd (W.; on the Outfall of Rivers, \Zj 7 a 
Shellac, State of the Market, 24 / 1 j—'ll j 7 e— 

81 j 7/— 3 /-y ««io / 7 «-l7/'ll/— 21 m%f 
Shells Ascending into Vegetables, 2^ 4 et 
Sheriffs Appointed for lb 77, 8 /* 6 6 

Fund, Annual Report, 4 / 4 a 

SHIP NEWS:— 

; 8> 7 0—9 i 7 «— 247 5 6—81 ./ 9/ 

Accident to the Amerique off New Jersey, 9 

j b c & a 

to the Emu Steamer, Official Inquiry, 30 



J7e 



to the European^ I9j6e 



the Ada, 12 ; 9/— 16> 8 b 

Baltic free from Ice, 5 / 5 d 

Bell Buoy— Cornish Wrecking, 28/6 a 

the Bessemer, Tnal Trip, 28 m II 5 

Bureau Veritas, 5/6 6 

Collision of the AUfefney with the Afaria, 

in the Hamilton River, 15 ; 6 « 
— -: — of the Con$€U wi:h the Leonie^ 18 m 10 / 

—14 m8 d 
of the Amboisador with the J/aiuoa, 27 

I 12 c 



of the Cressieell with the Liverpool Pilot 

Boat No. 2, in the Mersey. 17 7 10 / 

of the El/ and the Ziofi, in the Humber, 



22^7/ 

of the Gitaima and the John B^ng. dfbd 

of the Heimdtil and the Marit^ 29 jtf 

of the Joseph Love, by an Egyptian Man- 



of-War, 23 ; 8 a 

of the Matilda and the OUi/wmiun^ 13 



f6a 



of the Norseman and the /7ose, 6 flf— 7 

y86 

of the Porro and the Moryfand, 10 m 8 b 

of the Piin't Consort and the Fire QKcea, 

Narrow Escape from, 81 j 9/ 

of the Q//mW«n(2and the Phiilit, Official 



Inquiry, SOj 7 e 

of the Rdiuhow and a 



Barge near the 

Mucking Light. 2\ m \0 d 

of the Seunnoie with the Atontgomery^ off 

Cape May, 10 / 5 c & e 

of the Shamrock with the John Bnghty 17 



710/ 



of the Shnnnon vith the Mermaid^ 19 ^ 6 c 



Alar., 'My 1^77.] palmki(*s rNi>Kx rf) •* TfiK Tnrr> " NKw^PAPrji. 



Shi 



Ship Kew8 CcmUnutd). 

— Collision of the Toward and the Rio DejUu. 

21 in\\)d 
■ of the Una and the Snnvise, 15/9 / 

of the \^*Qterloo wiih a Screw Collier, 4 

j7a 

CoIHsions at Sea, Note ahout. \2 m A J 

Destruction of the Amadine, by Fire at Sea, 

19 jee 

of the Anglia, by Fire,ofir Suffolk, Official 



Inquiry into, 22 m 8 c 

of the Bavaria y at Sea. by Fire, 12 / 5 /' 



— 13/8 a— 9 m 6/— 20 iw 10 r 

Partial, of the Deluwaiy by Fire, at 



at Bombay Harbour, 16; 8 6 

of the Harvey Scuilsy by Fire, at Port 



Koyal. \j5d-^2j5d 

of the Intoffene, by Fire, 9/6 rf 

of the Ire^hope, by Fire, at Anger, 19/ 6 



a— 22 ; 6 a 

KaUmOy by Fire, in Wapping Dock, 14 

m% d 

of the Kate Gregory^ by Fire in the Bay 



of Bengal 22 / 7/ 

Official Inquiry into, 14/5 « 



10;' 



of the Lady Turner, Burnt at Sea, 13 m 

of the Latify at Sea, 80 m 6 a 

■ of a Sailing Barge, by Fire, near Black- 

frian Bridge. 20 m 10 e— 21 m 6 ft 

of the Teviotdale,hy Fire, at Sea. 19/6 o 
and Wrecks on the Breaking up oif the 



Ice on the Ohio, 16 j 5 6 

Disasters at Sea, 1/11 6— 2 ; 10 c—4j 6 e 



—6 J 1 1 a— 67 6 /— 8 ;■ 9 /— 9j 5 rf— 11 ; 10 / 
— 12j 9 /*— 13j 9^—16 j 6«-16 ; 8 &— 18 ; 
10/— 19; 6 «— 23; 8 o— 24i 6 e-27> 12 c— 
29 i 5/— 80; 7 e— 31 7 7 /—I fd /-8 f 12 a 
—5/6 6-6 f 7 /•— 8 f6 /•— 16 /•9 r-H fb e 
—16 /' 8 6—19 / 6 a— 20/ 10 ^—21 fh <^- 22 
/6 «— 24/5/-2G re d— 2 w 10 /— 6 m 6 rf— 
7 w 5 d— 8 w 8 rf— 9 m 6 /— 10 m 8 6—12 m 6 
a— I81W 10 /•— 14 M 8 rf— 16 TO 9 0—21 m 10 rf 
—22 TO 10 6—28 TO 5 «-26 m 10 c— 27 to 9 /— 
28 m 6 /^--i9 TO 8 c 
Ftnrtnre Oulton, Abandonment of, 31 m 11 a 

— Fog Signals being Erected at Longstone in 
the Fame Islands, 4 ; 9 e 

— Gambling He-Insurance on the Grand Duke 
—BritUh King and Rvhurd WnghU S fU a 

— Jones Broiheriy Towed into Bumham, 16 
/8 6 

— Kingdom of Italy, Ashore at Caralong, 20 
j 10 rf 

List of Fishing Smacks Foundered in the 

North Sea, 7 m 6 rf— 10 m 8 6 

— - Subscription for the Sufferers. 9 m 10 6 
—10 TO 8 6—13 TO 10 /— 16 TO 6 /•— 20 TO 12 a — 
23 TO 6 0—29 TO 7 e 

— the Mary Jane, Ashore at Kilkerran Bay, 

5 ; 1 1 a 

— Message from the Sea, 8/9 /*— 16 / 8 6—18 
; 10/— 13 rS o— 14/6 e— 19 / 6 6-26 /* 6 rf 

— Missing Vessels, 8 ; 9 /— 9 / 5 rf— 1 1 ; 10/ 
—12 / 9^—20; 10 rf— 22; 7 /— 16y 8 6—6 m 

6 rf— 8 TO 8 rf— 15 TO 9 /• 



Ship News ('ontin^/ed). 

Missing Vessi'ls. the Oluinloy I3jd / 

the Grnnd Ih,ke, 'A f \2 n 

the Great Quteusftind, KmigVant Ship, 1; 

11 0—3/ 12c-4 ; t5« 

the Lizzie Aistitt, 23 to 6 e 

the JA/y. 18/10/* 

the RnrhtL 18 ;■ iO /■ 



- the Wells, oj 11 «-8/ 9/ 



•U^ /^L^.^^f24ji QO 



V i 



c%o : Q ^ 



New (^olonial Mail Steamer. 19 /*6 « 

Official Inquiries in Disasters at Sea, 8 / 12 q 

» the Oihdio, IG w 6 /* 

Prtveniion of Collisions at Sea, Lecture on, 

26 / 6 r 
Prowse (Commander) Report of Loss of 

Life near Wick in 1876, 23 / 7 /" 

- Recovery of Sunken Vessels, Lecture on, 
26; 6 c 

V a Rover at Sea, 19 m 7 a 

Russian Ships of War, 1 /6 < 

Shanghai Steam Navigation Company, Sale 

of the ( 'hinese Merchants' Company. 1 7 / 6 rf 

Shipping Intelligence, in every day^e paper 

Ships at the Ports, Official Return, 20; 7/ 

the Sofenty Note about, 10 / 6 / 

Strnnding of the Ann Stftniiandy in Buffalo 

liiver. Official Inquiry, 18/9 f 

of the Ameriifue^ at Seabnght, 23 ; 8 a 

of the Annie Gray, at (lief 00. 26; 6 rf 

of the Beesemer, Official Inquiry, 6/66 

— 16/'8 6 

of the Frawoniay at San Bias, 28/7/ 

of the Glasgow, in the River Maas, 24; 6 e 



of the/rfa,at Brighton, 11 ; 10/— 12 / 9 J 

of the IthurieL off Waterford, 26; 6 d 

of the Kerchy Official Inquiry, 24 ; 6 e 

of the May Queen, Official Inquiry into, 



8/6/ 

of the Singapore, 6 /* 7 a 



— the Tihery Abandoned at Sea, 2 / 10 c 

— United States Merchant Shipping Returns, 
6/ 7 c 

— Unseaworthiness of the Richard and TFiY- 
liawy J^ ; 6 e 

— Unsea worthy Ship, the Ogmore Brought 
Back to Port, 12/ 11 c 

Release of the Original Crew Imprisoned 



for Not Sailing, 12/ 1 1 c— 19/6 e 
the Ao Namey 27/5 e 



— Unseaworthy Ships, Ngte en, 23 to 4/ 

the Vnnguardy Raibing of, 26 / 6 c« 6 /" 8 6 

—24/ 11 /— 28/6 n— 14 m 8 a- -21 to 10 rf 

Vessels Aground, 10; 10 / 

see also Wrkcrs 

Shipbuilding. Lloyd*s Register of. 31/76 
Shore (Rev. James) Case of Ecclesiastical Pro- 
secution, 30; 12 c 
Siberia by Sea, 26 ; 8 /*— 6 fbf 
Sibley (Mary) on the Talisman, 81 ; 4/ 
Sicily, Steps to Secure Public Security in, 13; 6 e 
Sidebotham (Joseph) Aniline Colours in Art, 4 

;■ n rf 
Sidereal Photography, 23 / 4/ 
Silber Light Company, 1 6 m 6 s 
Silk Crisis in Lyons, 16 /'6 c 
Lyonese, 18 ; 7 /*— 24 f 10 «?— 6 to 10 rf 



s;i 



»» 



rAr.MKK 8 INJiEX lO ** IIIK TIMICJJ xKwsr vriiT. 



' J.ut. iW 



Silkworms, Enj^li.-h. Mr. (Vwb'n I-^ciure on, 2G 

JOf 

• in Tr«n.««iJu. II j ' e 

Silver. Manufaciurotl. Heavy Duty, Tropooal to 

Abolish. 24 m IS u 
Simon (John) .lews in Rounmnia, 18 ; 6 6 

on the Jewj; in Servia, l»J G / 

Simple Convtision. 21 / 10,/ 

SinipHon {Ucx. U. J.) on the Outrage on Vice- 

Consul l)avi*J. 24 /4 d 
Singer ar.d I'onipoj'er— Titiens f,nd Crouch, 5 

fiit 
Sister Repu' lies, *27 in A d 
Skating Kiukn and Music, 5 ; ] I 6 
Slade .^Vitv-Adm.) on the Races of Turkey, 10 

(Dr.") Probable Return to America. I w 5 / 

Memorial of Spirit ualists to Government, 

— — M i(!dlcFex Mag)«f n tcs on his Case, SmAe 

— Prosecution, Letter to the Prosecutors, 

2 /'9 /• 

Very 111. 5/9/-7/12a 



Slanghlered Animals the Last Object S«en by, 

Imprinted on iho Eye of , 7 m 5 J 
Slave Circulars, 10 ; 9 / 

Case Not Noted in, 20 / 4 a 

Trade of Egypt, Supprecsion of , 5 / 5 /— 

27 /5d 
Slavery in Cuba. 1 6 m 5 d 

in Egypt. 9 ; 9 / 

Small ( hange— a Swindle, 19 / 4 a 

Pox. Deputations to GoTernnient on the 

Epidemic, 13/7 c—mj 10 a 

— . and Chatham, SO m o d 

East London Hospital for. i5 / 12 r 

Hospital m Agar Town for Non-Pauper 

Patients. 23 ; 9 / 

at Isleworth, 31 m 5 e 

■ at Hyderabad, 2 J of 

in the It'le of Thanet, No Cases Now, 24 



y lie 



at Lake "Winnepeg the Most Terrible 
Outbreak Known, 2 m 10 /* 

Letters about, 19 ; 10 e 

Meeting of the Asylums Board on, 17 7 

80—12 fGe 

at Guildhall on, 10 / II <i 

of the Hampstead Vestry about, ISj 9 e 



Meetings about, 23 i 9 f 

New Hospitals for, 81 / a J 

Dr. Stevenson on, ^dj 5 e 

Notice to Occupiers of Factories and 

Workshops about, 2/9y' 

No i^'ase in Shoeburyness, 26 76 e 

Official Circular about, 6 ; 9/ 

Order to Disinfect, 14/ 12 a 

Protests against Establishing a Hospital 



at Limehouse. 2 / 9y 
,. . ^ in St. Giles's. 1 .; 1 1 i-2 j 1 1 6— S ; 6 « 

in St. LukeV, Parochial Circular, BjWf 

in West Derby, 16/11/* 

Small Pox and Fever in London, Report of the 

Horoerton Asylums Committee, 2 i 4/— 4i 12 

a-9;7/ 
Smith (BosTrnrth'J In.ictfon or Coercion, 2{ t A *> 



Smith (Rev. li. Fj Unseasonable Wea'htr. 2 / 10c 
V iiov. tj. L.) on Lady Smith the Centenarian, 

8/G /• 
• ((^ollingwood) on Art and Our Ilospitah, 

25^ (J/ 

(George) on OurCanal Population. JIO; 10 o 

(Gold win) Prok'ctioiii.-ui in Canada. 2Jm 7 / 

yO. R.) on Railway Fares, oj 7 d 

(Janie^) on Gt-ntlemen Help*. :i /' 12 a 

( Profeshor) aid the Free Church College, 

19>10e 

(S.) on Canada. 31 m 11 a 

(S<)din) on ihe Old Masters, 16 j 4 e 

i Wm.) Request of Paintings, &c. to the 

South Kensington Museum, 10 m 4 e 
Smuggling at Gibraltar. 9 m 10 r 
Snow, House at Alta Buried in. 27 fS c 
Social Science Assoclitiou->Spelling Reform, 6 

Societe Francaise de Bienfalsince, Annual BaP, 

16/ 9/-20/GS 
Financiere de Paris, Shareholders Meeting, 

29 mo c 
Society of Antiquaries, 19 iw 9 /* 
of Arts, lACtures at 22 f6 rf— 6 mA dL f 

—9 m A A— 28 m 6 /— 3 w 8 c— 17 m 12 6—23 

m 12 6— 29 m 12 a 

Lectures on Pure Air. 12 /* 12 a 

(Piazzi)on Greenwich Time, 23 / Af 

— ^ Lecture on the Laws of Health at, 27 / 6 <f 

on the Penal Code, 8 /'3 c 

Mr. Vinceni'a Lecture Deferred from lU* 



ness, 21 /12 c 

on Ventilation at, 2 fA e 



— - for Promoting Christian Knowledge, Month- 
ly Meeting, 6 / 11/ 

of Telegraph Engineers, Meeting. 26 / 8 / 

Sole. Turners and Knight, on the Foreiini and 
Colonial GovernmentTrust8,22/7 a— 24 / 10 6 

Solid Water — a Lecture by Professor Guthrie, 
\\9 f\2a 

Solly (Rev. H.) Lecture on the Political Educa* 
tion of the People, 29 m 12 a 

Solicitor in a Workhouse, 6/6 e 

Solicitors, Application for Admission. 6 j 4/ 

b'orby ( — ) Lecture on Meteorites, 12 w 10 6 

Sound and Light, a Lecture at South Kei|4ng« 
ton. 2jbe 

Sleep—the Poppy in the LaurUn BXioes, 24 

./n/ 

South Kensington, Exhibition of Art Needle* 

work at. 16 m 4 (f 
Lectures at, 276 e— 30 > 4 /— 20 /5 «— 

12 m 10 6 

Schools of Art, Princess LouUe Distri* 



butes the Prizes, 22 fWj 

'• ■ William Smith's Bequest to, 16 mA « 

Sea Islanders, Immigration Returns. '> m 4 « 

Southsea Defective State of the Drainage of, 8 f 

4/ 
Southwell (T. M.) Circular to his Former CradS- 

tors Enclosing Checks to P^iy their Debts in 

Full, 20 ; 1 1 / 
Sovereign's Councillors. 1 7 ; 6 a 
Spackinan*s Statistics of New Companies ftnd 

Foreign Loans Brought Out During the Vns% 

Yo.ir, 1 ; 7 '/ 



Mlir. 31, IS77.J PALMKIl's 1N1>KX to ** the TIMIIS " NtWSPAPKR. 



Spo 



SPAIN .— 

Amnesty to Refugees 22/5 i 

Alava C/ommission in Conference, 10 m 5 « 

Arrest at Irun of a Priest, 25 / 5 «— 29 joe 

Biscayan Newspapers Forbiddttn to piscu^s 

the l^w Relative to the Fuoror. \*J j 5 e 
Burmese Ambassadons Heceived by 



the 
King, 15 ; 6 a 

— CarliKt Chiefs Give in their AUegiance to 
the King. 2i» m ,'» v. 

— and China. «; / 5 e 
Cortes -Cou.^tiiutional Guarantees Bill, 6 



i 5 « 

Proceedings of, 5/5 rf— 6 ; 5 « 

l^)yal Decree Disallowing the Senate, 

12/5« 
— Court News, 1 5 « 5 e— 1 7 w 7 «— 19 m 6 a 

Fete of the Kinj? . 2A j 5 b 

Health of the Kinif. 13 / 5 « 

the King Meets hid Motlier at Seville, 28 



m o e 

Met at Cadiz by the KnglUh Fleet. 19 

iw 6 a— 20 Mf 5 rf— 22 m 5 d— 27 m 5 c &y— 31 
M 10 a 

Movements of the King, 1 7 ; 5 cf 

- - — Review by the King, 24 ; 5 A 

Admiral Seymour Gives a Banquet to 



the King, 26 //< 6 b. two notices 

Tour of the King 13 / 4 a— 23/5 6—24 

/' 5 d— 26 / 5 e— I m 5 «— 2 w 10 c — 5 m 5 e — 
8 m 5/— 9 m 4 c— 10 m 5 «/— 12 m 5 /"—IS m 4 
r— 13 m 5 e— 15 m i< r—lT m 7 </— 23 «* 4 6— 
24 « 7 tf->28 m 5 e—tO m G a 

Diplomatic News. 20 7 5 d 

Disturbances iu Upper Aragon, &c., 13 7 5 

« — 27 i 5 d 

Don Carlos at Rustchuk, 27 J H d 

Elections, 8/5 «— 10/5 c 

£xtradiiion Treaty with the United States, 

12 m 12 6 
the Irurac But Suspended for a Month, 7/ 

5« 

— Military Conscription, 5 fof—G m 5/ 
Ministerial Changrs, 12 j 5 d 

Miacellaneous News, 11 ; 5 c/— 29 7 5 e— 19 

/6y— 2« / 6 fj 

— the Mfhttzmui Burnt bv ihe Cubans. 1 0/6/1 
M unicipui Kleciions, Freedom to be Secured, 



IjBd 

National Debt, 2/5/ 

New Docks at Cartagena, the Corner Stone 

Laid by the King. 26 / 6 a 

Prefect of Madrid Dismissed. G f5 d 

Fioposed Royal Tour, G ; 12 <• 

State of Siege in Old Casiile Abolished, 3 

/5<— 13/*4a 

Wind and Conflagrations in. fi J 10 / 

— Zorillist Plot— Arrest ot the Conspirators, 

21./ 5 c 
Spanish Armada, Relics of, Sent to Windsor 

Castle, 9 M 5 e 
Sparrows, Migration of, 31 m 5 /* 
Speaker's Dinners, 1 w 9 f 2 m 10 </— 8 m 8 5 

—15 m 10 a— 22 /« 9/ 
Speaker Leaves London, 28 m 9/ 
— > Loses his Gold Watch when Leaving the 

Follv Theatre. *^6 m 9 e 



I 



Speaker— Levees, 22/9/ 

Spectacle Makers Company, Dinner at, 24/ 9y 

Spelling Roforni, 6 / 9 e 

Spicer (Henry) on the Philadelphia and Reading 
Railway, 2Ai6 a 

Spices, State of Trade in. 4/7 </— 6 j 7 c— 10 ; 6 
c—Wj 7 c— 12 7 7e— I7i7c— 18/ 7 /— 25 7 
6«— l/7e/— 8/;7 /— 15/*7/*-22 a//*— 1 m 
6 /•— 8 m 6 c- 15 m 6/— 22 m 6/— 29 m 7 b 

Spinoza. Bicentenary Celebration of, 28/5 rf — 
30 m 9 / 

Spirit Mediums— Prosecutions 16/11 d—lTj 
10 / 

Spirits, Bottling in Bond, Notes about. 22^* 7 a 

Return of Consumption oiy 17 m 6/ 

Spirituiilistii, Meeting of ihj Council of British 

to Protest agiiinst the Renew d Slado Prose- 
cution, 2/4 a 

Huddersfield Case, see (Criminal Triaxs, 

Si»oii Lane ColliLTy rorapnny. \ f7 d 
Spontaneous Generation, Professor Tyndall on, 

22 7 7A- -2;{ ;5 d 
SPORTING INTELLIGEN'OB :— 

American Turf, 16 ; 9./' 

Athletic 8jK>rts, Amateur Championship at 

Lillie Bridge. 26 m 7 a— '11 m \'Z h 

Cambridge University Club, 19 «i 10 r 

in ICgypt, 17/10/ 

German Gynmastic Society, 16 ?« 10 c 

Oxford University Club 12 m Iu a 

ami Cambridge, 22 wi 11 6—24 m 12 e 



Auteuil Steeplechases, 12 /'7 /'— 19 /"6 c— 

26 / 10 /— 5 M 8 u— 9 m 10 6—12 in 10 a— 19 
ni 10 b 

Billiards, Oxford v. Cambridge, 17 w 12 c 

Boxing, VVrestliig and Bicyclinij. Annual 

Meeting at Lillie Bridge Grounds. 24 /// 6 e 

Duke of BeanJor; s Uoirnds Save<l by a 



Train Stopping, liev\urd to the Engine Driver, 
31 j u / 

Cambridgeshire and Royal Hunt Steeple- 
chases. \'6 in 11 / 

( hester. 6./ 12 6—26/ 10 6—31 > 12 a 

C«inseti Race Meetinir, 9/ 5 cf 

Oicktft— Tesiinioniai to W. G. Gra«!o, the 

ClMnipiou (^nckeie;'i»n l:is Ueiirinij. '.>y'l2 a 

in Aujtiralia, ly 6 c—oj 5 /- 21/5 c — 

13 m 5 /— 26»i 6 c 

English Team v. Auckland Team, 5/5/ 

V. Ballarat Eleven, 6jiib 

V. «'anterl)ury Team, 5 m 5/ 

V. Geelong Eleven, 10 j 5 « 

V, Melbourne Eleven. 2 / 5 e 

I*. New South Wales Fifteen, 13 w 5 / 

V. Otago Team, 9 m 5 e 

r. Tara:ui'\i Team, \7 fo e 

r. Sydney Team, I87 5 e 



— Ept^om — Derby, Eo/cign Horses Entered 
to Run, 16/5 / 

Spring Meeting, 6> 12 a— 25 / 12 ^—31 



i\2a 

— - Football. England 1;. Ireland, 6/ 10 d 

— 0. Scotland. 5 w 8 u — 6 in 8 r 

English Eleven r. Wellmgton Team, It^ 



/5/ 



Oxford V. (^ambridce. 12 / 7 /" 



Spo 



PALUKKb INhEX To ** THi: TlMK?> NKWSIAI'KK. 



[Jan.-lk) 



Sporting Infelligence Ccimttnved\ 

Fox Hunt at Llantwit Major. 19 ; 9 « 

Grand National Hunt Meeting at Gotten- 

ham, 14 m 8 n — 15 m 7 f 
Father of the French Turf —Thomas Car- 
ter, 30 /« 3 / 

Great Turf Swindle, 26 ; 3 A 

H. M. Staghoundfl, Meet at Stonar Park, 28 

IM 9 6 

Hunting Appointments, 6/12 6—137 ^2 d 

—20 ; 12. .—27/ 6 /— 11 / 10 «— 17 /S /"-24 
/'I2a— am :i/— 12 m 4 /*— 17 m 12 c— 31 m 
7c 

in the Floods, 15 i 12 cf— 3 fl^ b 

New Vlaster|of the CailiAtock Hounds, 26 



no f 

— Kingsbury Steeplechases, Notes on the 
Diitgraceful Doin^^s at. 3 i 3 6 

Notes on Victims, n > 1 1 /— 27 j 6 e— 29 



j\Od 



about, 31; 6/— 8/«6/ 



— Lincoln Spring Meeting, 2Qj 12 a— C6y 10 
6—19 m 10 a— 20 m 8 6—21 wi 10 c— 22 m U 
a- 26 m 7 a 

— laverpool Spnng Meeting, 6/12 a— 20 ; 12 
fl— 21) i 10 6—19 Ml 10 a— 22 w 11 6—23 in 10 
«— 24 m 12 «— 26 ml a 

— Newmarket Craven Meetine, 6^12 a — 26 7 
10 6— 31 7 12 rt 

First Spring Mfo?in<r. 6 / 12 ♦t 

Second Spring Meeting. 67 12 a 



Partri<^ge and Pheasant Shoofinp' in Scot- 
land. 3/6 */ 

Folo and its Dangers, from Lund find Water^ 

y>4a 

Prize Fight at Northfield, between Norton 

and Nyland. 10/5 e 

Queen*s Plates, Note about, 5 m 8 a 

Kabbiting, 6; 11 c 

Kackets— Oxford and Cambridge, 29 w 6/ 

Public School Matches, 29 m hf 

Ho^^ing Match for the Newcastle Daily 

Chronicle Challenge Cup, 20 w 8 c 
Scullers Kace— Spencer v, Chisper, 17 m 

12 c— 19 m 10 6 
Suburban Races and the Magistrates, 26 j 

lOrf— 16/'12 6— 19/'9« 

South Country liunt Meeting, I /" 9 / 

Tatter.'^aU's, 2 j 6 e -97 5 </— 16; 6y— 28 ; 

6 c— 30y 10«— 6/10</— 13/ 8 rf— 20 f 12 a 

—27/ 12 «-6 WI 8 c— 13 m U J -19 wi 10 6— 

27 m 12 6 
Turf Reciprocity, 19 A 6 a— 20y 12 a— 7 m 

8 (/— 20 m 4 s 

University Boat Race, 12/11 6— 17 / 5 </— 

22/8 a— 257 12 6— 6/3rf— 8/4 6— i2/7y 
_U /•4 </— 20/4/— 26 f 10 /"— 6 m 10 « -7 m 
5 /— 8 m 8 </— 9 M 8 d—lO tu 12 6—12 tn 8 a— 
;3//i8 6— 14m»rf— 16« 12 a— 16 w 10 c— 17 
i« 12 6—19 ni 12 a— 20m 8 </— 21 m 10 «— 22 m 
10 6—23 w 12 a— 24 m 7y— 26 m 8 a— 28 m 11 
rf— 29 m 6/ 

Chess Match, 24 m 6 s 



— Vcsinet Race*. 16 /« 10 r 

— Victoria Racing Club, 16 j 3 6 

— West Drayton Races— Application for a 
Snirit License— Refused. 30 i \C 



Sporting Intelligence Continued), 

\V ild Hour Hunt in Warwickshire, 8/60 

Yachting in Ernest, Mr. Brassey's 



at Yokohama. 5 /1 2 a 

Arrangements of the Metropolitan Ctubs, 



31 m 7 6 

New Thames Club, 26/ 10 b 

International R^^tta, 17 jn 12 e 



Spring Valley Coffee Company. 27 j 7 c 
Spurgeon (Rev. C. H.) Illness of, 14 m 8 a 
Stabbing of Three Men at Bniiles. 6 m 10/ 

Serious Case of. in PimUco, 12 m 4 dT 

Stafford- House Fund, Note about. 17i lU e 
Staffordshire Church Defence Association, Meet* 

i:.g. 3l>6r 
Stage Decorum, from the Theatre, 1 / 9 /" 

Bp. Fraser on. 3 /'9 e 

Stanley Dean) on Milton, 1 m 4 / 

Farewell Address to the Students of St 

Andrew's University. 19 m 4 d— 19 an 10 « 
Star of India. Apitointments to, 31 > 8 a 

New. Creations. 3^ 6 c 

Life Assurance Society, 8 m 6/ 

State Canvassers, 3 / 8 a 

Statibtics of Life. 14 / 4 s 

Sttol, the Future of, a Lecture, 12 m 4 « 

Stcntor Distanced, 28 /'6 6 

Stephen ^^Si^ James) on the Penal Code, 8/3 c 

Stevenson (Dr. James) on Smnll Pox Hospitals, 

19 /ac 
SiilliUiin V NV. J.) on the Conference. 15 j 10 c 

o<i Enxl:«nd mul the Slnv Question. 7/4/ 

Circat Brii.-lin and the Porte, 8 / 8 a 

Jealoui«y of Russia, 22/8 6 

on Mo.ilcnegro. 26/4/ 

Reasons Why Montenegro Demands Nik- 

scch, 26 7N 6 s 

on Russia and Herzegovina, 28/7 « 

on the Turco- Montenegrin Confereoos, It 

m 12 6 
Stirling (Mrs.) Speech at the Dramatic Fand 

Festival. 15 / 6 / 
Stock Exchange Grievances, Notes about, S8 ■ 

10 6—29 tfi 7 a 
Cvn^ure of a Member, 17/10 /*— 27 ; 7 «— 

30 / 7 a -ai ) 7 a— 3y 7 a— 5/ 7 a 
Elections, 7 y 7 6—8 / 7 a— 9 / 11 6—19/ 

7«— 20/*6a 

Gambling on, 24 m 13 a 

New Resolutions Adopted, 30 / 7 e 

Proceedings m Parliament about, 22 « 6 a 

—23 m 6 fi— 26 m 7 /— 28 m 10 b 

Re- Election of Mr. Ingell, 26/ 6 d 

Report, 27 w 10 a 

Securities Allowed to be Quoted, 8/76 

Settling Day. 26 / 7 6—6 / 7 6—19 / 7 «— 

22 / 7 6—5 m 7 6—18 w 1 1 «— 21 m 6 6 
Temptation Pamphlet to Gambling in, 17 

/ 11 c 
Stocks, Foreign. State of, in every day's 
Stocker (Dr. bher-vood) on Infectious ~ 

bj6d 
Stolen Bonds— a Query, 16/ 7 « 

Note about, 19 / 7 o 

Stone V W. H.) on the Scientific Apparatoa LoM 

Collection. 9/86 
Slo:*c iJrLi.itJC Mauhinerv. 17 ai 6 /* 



Mar. 31, 1877.] palmeu'h inuex to thk 



" T151K8 " 



NEWSPAPKR- 



Srn 



Sirachey (Lt. Gen.) Lecture on Scientific Geo- 
graphy. 13/8 o 

(Richard) C'yclone Wave in Benjral. (5^9 f 

Stmhan (Alex.^ on ihe Cunteitipomry Review. IG 

Strait^ Settlements— Riot at Sin^aiwre. 20/6/ 

Sentence on the Murderers of Mr. Birch, 

27 i 9 e 
Strand Building Company, Annual Meeting, 15 

8trRtford de Reddlffe vLord) on the Eastern 

Question, 2/ 6 a 
Street (G. E.) on Commissions, 6 i 10 « 
Street Nom«acUture, 2 ; fi y--9 i 1 1 </— 17> 7 / 

— 12 /"a A 20/6S— 26/7 6— 6«4/— 20« 

4 £—26 w 9 A 
STSEET TBAKWAYS:— 

Argentine, 14 w 10 c 

Barcelona, 28 ; 7 </— 5 f 7 </— 15 in 6 6 

Duciin, 20 / 7 rf— 6 fid 

Edinburgh, 20 j 7 rf— 24 7 7 e 

Notes on the Action, 16/8 &— 17 / 

S/"— 17/11 « 
Lisbon, Trial about, see Civil Actiohs, 

Ttpurross V Grant 

JjTeriKNil and Otnnibns Company, 22 /* 7 « 

London Street, 20> 7 d—27 / 7 c— 1/7 c— 

20 / 6 r~.9 IN 6 6 
North Metropolitan, 19 ; 7 «— 26 ; 7 «-7 f 

7 € 
Provincial. 1/7 rf 

- State of Shares in Companies, in every dit^s 
paper 

Steam in Paris, 1 6 w 4 c 

Engines for. Trial of, at Stratford, 20 m 



10 « 



Sireeter ^E. VV.) Proposal to Abo1i8h the Heavy 
Duty on Manufactured Silver, 24 mi 13 a 



ot Agricultural Labourers, in Berkshire, 3 

of Barristers, at Carlisle, S j 6 d 

Bricklayers and Terra-Cot ta Fixers, 13 ^ 

12 c 
-*— of the Builders, in CamarvonRbire, 30 in 7 e 
of ik>iiiers, at Accnr.gton, H 7 10 y' 

at the Cotton Mills, at Loth, 22 /5/ 

— of the Engineers, on the Grand Trunk 
Kadway of Canada. I ; 5 /— 2 j 6 d—'6J 5 d— 
4i 5 tf— 18 ; U 6—20 ; 4/ 

— of the Maftons, at Wandsworth, 5 m 1 2 a 
of the Turkish Post and Telegraph Officers, 

19 M 5 c— 20 mb b 
and I^ock-Out of the China-Clay Labourers, 

9jU e 
^— Threatened of Members of Clubs, Not to 

Deal with Tradesmen in PaU MaU till Wood 

l-avement is Laid Down. 6/8 /k- 7y 10 b 
Stttige (Edmund) on the Egyptian Slave Trade, 

6/ He 
SuoocssioD to the British Crown— Remote Con- 

tiiige.'Cies, 16/ 9 /' 
Soet Canal, tee Camal 

Sugar, State of the Market, Zj 7 «-- 4 i 7 d-^j 
. 7r— «^7c— loyec— 11 7 7 c— 12J7«— 17/ 

7 c— 18i 7/— 19 1 7 C-20 j 7 /— 24> 7 /— 25 



7 f/— 3 n e-7 f7c -8/7 /*— 10 / 7 c— 14 f 
lOr— l'o/'7 r— 16/10/'— 17 /"ll f-2lj 12 c 
— 22/7 '/*— 23 / 16 6— 1'4 f 10 «-'28/ 10 />— I 
m 6 /-2'//i 6 6—3 m 10 /*— 7 m 10 A— 8 m 6 c— 
y w 6 /— 10 m 7 f-\^ m 6/— 16 m 5 /"- 17 w8 
A-2r»ii 6 f'-22m 7 /— 23 m 6 6—24 m 13 c— 
28 m 10 c— 29 m 7 6—30 m 5 d 
Sugar Conference in Paris alwut. 13^ 5 c— 24 j 7 
0—2 /9 /—S/6 d—6 /5 c— 8 /6 c- 9 / 6 6 
-15/5 r— 26/5 a— 8 m 6 6—9 iw 5 rf 

Official Replies to Deputations on Trade in, 

29in 70 

the Etienne Refinery Closed. for Want of 

the Raw Material, 6 ; 5 « 
the Grocer, on the State of the Market, 8 j 

12 h 

Note about. 29 m 7 a 

Reply of the English Sugar Refiners to the 

Parisian Government, 24 ; 7 a 

Text of the Convention Agreed on, 26 m 6 a 

SUICIDES: — 

the Lanret on the Returns of. 30 w 4 « 

of Frederick Ashdowne, by Poison, 20 j 6 6 

of Barun Barth, the Geologist, at Loanda, I 

/5« 

of Emma Bownes, Found in the Ashton 

Canal with her Child, 27 j 5 rf 

of Geo. Catch, on the Great Western Rail- 
way, 27 /"Sd 

of Charles Collins, the Engineer of the 

Lakeshore liailway, 15/4 cf 

of Henry St. John Dagnell, by Poison, 20 y 

6 6 

of Major S. Goad, at Simla, 9 ; 4 a 

of. Janv'S Gobey. at Finchley, 2/12 6 

of Booth Greenwood, in Prison, 10 w 7/ 

of the Dowager Countess Howe, 31 j 5 / 

of Frederick Jones, a Prisoner in Oxford 

County Gaol, 3/66 

- of Edmond Kennedy, who Shot himself, 22 
fhe 

of Edw. Leidermann, by Shooting, 20y 6 6 

of Alex. Goo. Lewiiigton, by Poison, 18 ; 6/ 

of EUnily Mary Ann Livesey, at Dalston, 

19/ 5 « 
of a Man, from the Thames Embankment, 

23/ 5 c 

of Mrs. Marshall, after Attempting to Mur- 



der her Two Children, 9 w 10 6 

of Henry Mather, by Shooting. 20 ; 6 6 



» *><! i T m 07 ." 7« 



'1\ 



7 /*_! r 



.9 *' 



of Alphonse .Meurice, in the Thames. 22/5 e 

of Geo. Perks, Crushed to Death by his 

Throv^ing himself before a Steam }{oIler at 

Birmingham, 7 m 5 d 

of Sarah Sanderson, at Leeds, after Poison- 

. ing her Child, 5 »i 6 6 

of Mr. SiJenser, of Spring Grove, 20 ; 9/ 

of Neptune Henry Stagg, by Drowning in 

a Water Butt, 9 / 5 /' 

of Samuel Utting. of Camden Town, oj 6 f 

Attempted of Isaac Milson. in Bath, 20 j 5/ 

of Mary Rogers, at Salford, 29 ; 9/ 

Sullivan (A. M.) on Irish Prisons, 29 w 8 6 
Sumatra. Dutt;h War in, Mjbd 
Sumptuary Pastoral, I ; 10 /" 
Sunday Rest for Postmen. Meeting at Birm'ng- 



Sun 



FALMBR's INU?«C to " TIIK TIMES *' NEWSPAPKK. 



Sunken Rocka. Nofe on, 1 ; 11 d 

Superfluous Ho^pitalirj — Foreign Officers Visit- 
ing ArsenHls. I 7 fi f/ 

Superstition in Norf(»lk. 13 / 11 r 

Supplementnry Kstimates. *2A / ]0 e, 

Snrf^eons. Coliepe of. Hnnquet to the Hunterian 
Orator and his Hoynl Auditors. \h fb d 

Addition^ to the Museum of, H m 8 c 

Surrey Bourne W aier, 6 / C « 

SUSPENSIONS :- 

Bank of Ixindon, Notes about, 6/7 h — 10 ; 

6 a— ll>7a 

Banque Franco-IIolIandaise, 4/5 c — 5 j 5 

c—'Mjhc 

Bowdlor and Chapper, Shipbuilders, on the 

Mersey, 22 j^ f 

Chartron Pere, Fils et Monnier, of Lyons, 3 

Eglington. George, of the Deepfitld Iron 

Company, 1 7 m 8 e 

Foster, Jas.. of Birmingham. 31 /9 / 

Joseph P.. of Bimiingha-n, I f 5 f 



u 



Greener, Thomas, of Darlington, 29 w 7 a 

Ilelston Ranking Company, 1 ; 7 « 

Orleans- Rouen Railway. 23 to 5 c 

Parker, Samuel Gilbert, of Nottingham. 13 

y9e-26 w 7 c 

- Plant, Bros., (Limited) of Birmingham, 27 
ml f 

Shirley John, of Sheffield. 23 m 6 A 

Snow, Taylor and Shtrwell, of Bristol, 1 1 j 

90 

Sweating System," Deputation to Government 

about, 17 w 12 </ 
Sweden : — Opening of the Rigsdag, 18 / 5 « 
^— feills Proposed, 18 /6 « 

Royal Speech. 22 / 6 a 

Statistics of, 3/11 /— 4 / 5 t 

Swinburne (John) No Trantvanl Republic But 

South A^frican Republic, 10 / 9/ 
Swindling—Mr. Fisher and his Dressing Case, 

2(> i 6 t 

Woman with a Cancer. 26 / 6 e 

Swinyard (Thos.) on the United States Direct 

Cable. 1/7 '^ 
Switzerland:— Company Formed to Unearth the 
Village of Plurs Overwhelmed in 1(;I8, 22> 5/ 

Export Returns, 26 ; 6 </ 

Internationalists Demonstration in Berne, 

19 m 6 a 

Inundations in, 15/5^ — \fifhd 

and the Pliiladelphian Kxhibitton. 27 m 5/ 

Synions (i».) on the Stock Ejcehange Scandle, 5 

Syria, Cookers Excursion in, 30 / 9 / 

T. 
Tailors, Official Interview on the ** Sweating 

Sysu-m." 17 TO 12 </ 
Journeymen, Meeting of the Birmingham 

Trades C'ouncil about. 6 /■7 « 

( onference in London, 23 m 4 e 

JVi/MWfin, C^omplaint of the Widow of the Chief 

Offii er of. Murdered in Peru, 31 j 4 / 
Tallow, Slate of the Market, 2/7 A-^4i 7 rf— 6 
• j 7 c— 8 j 7 d-y / 7 (/— 10 J 6 c— 11 j 7 c— 12y 

7 *._is 1 fi d- ifi I 7 r— 17 y 7 * — 18 I 7 f— 20 



/ 7 /•—•i3 / 7 ^_24 ; 7 /*— 25 i 6 «— ^7 / 7 *— 
30 / 7 r/-l n (/— 3 /f «— 6 /'7 «— 7 n c— 8 
/ 7 /•— 10 /^e— 18/" 10 f/— 14 /' lOr— 17/ n 
V— 20 /*6 i/-21 ^12 c-22 fl /— 28 / 10 A— 
24 f 10 I? -27 /•iO«— 28/" 10 i— 1 m 6 /"— 2 «» 

6 A— 3 m 10 /•— 6 m 10 </— 7 m 10 A— 10 ml f 
— 13iw 11 c/— 15 m 6 /— 10 mh /*— I7«i8 6— 
20 111 10 ^-21 m 6 /*— 22 «• 6 /— 23 m % 6—24 
m 10 c— 27 « 10 c— 28 m 10 c— 29 at 7 6—80 
m 5 </ 

Tangier— Outrage of a Spanish Armed Boftt to 

the AmnsK^M. 9 / 7 « 
Tanners. Conference of, at Bristol, 8 m 5/ 
Tapioca. State of the Market. 2a / 6 #—15/7/ 
Tasmania. Customs Receipts of. 16 m 9 /* 
Tavlor (Henry) Free Trade in the Coloniea, 2S 

r John) on the American Railway Market, 

9/11 e 
Tchemayeff (Gen.) Ovation to, at Fragile, \tjh 

6—15/ orf— 18;de 

Movements of, 18j 5<r— 20j 5 6—2 /*9 f 

on the Servian Army. 24 /'7 / -27/6 d 

Takes a House in the Isle of Wight, 6 /*9/ 

Tea, State of the Market, 87 7 e— 1 7/7 c— 24> 

7 r— 7/'7r-lo/'7/— 22 ^7/— I m6/-8m 

6 c— 16 w 5 /— 21 m 6 6—22 m 6 /— 24 w 18 c 
—29 m 7 6 

Conference about. 10 j 6 / 

Deliveric 8 from Bonded Warehooaea, Sj* 7 

«_10 / 6 //— 17 / 7 6—24 / 7 c— 31 j 7 a— 7 /" 

7 6-21 / 12 6—28 / 10 6—7 m 10 6—14 m 10 
6—28 m 10 h 

Pure, Mr. Raskin Retires from Trading io, 

15>6r 

Tiphook Company. 6 f7 d 



Teachers' Association, Annual Conference, IS j 
7 d^\o i 6 6—16/ 8 e-19> 9./— 28 ; 9/ 
— Trni'img and Ki'gistratiou Society, Inaii- 
gural Meeting. 5 f A ^ 

Teaching by Exampb, 19 »« 4 c 

Technical Education, Bricklayers* Classes, Dis> 
tribution of Prises. 17 /*4/ 

Cookery. 12 m 11 / 

Telegrams, Proposal to Revive the Sixpenny 
C^harge. 5 iw 8 6 

Telegraph Construction and Maintenance Com- 
pany. 7 /•7/— 20/6 /#— 24 f6e 

Stamps. Issue of Higher Values, 27/8 a 

TELEGRAPHS :— 

and the Snow, 13 iw 10/ 

^rial. Damage Done to by Storms, 8 i 6 6 

Anglo-American, 6^7 a — 16 j 7 c — 2/7 6 

— 10/ 7 6&C— 20w 10 6 
Reduce their Tariff, 24 / 10 a 

Baltimore and Europe, 10/5 c — 14/ 5 6 

Cable Expeditions, H m 6 d 

Central, Annual Dinner, 6 /*7 6 

Cuba Submnrinc, 1 /7 cf— 6 / 6 /*— 8/7e 

Direct Spanish, ! 7 m 8 </— 28 m 10 d 

Dominion and Direct American, 25 j 6 6~ 

80/7 6— 2y 7 r 

Eastern. 19/7 «— 26/ 7a& rf— 17 / 11 c— 

29 m 7 a— 30 m 6 6 

Great Northern, 27 m 10 a 

Indo-European, 20/6 6—20 m 10 a — 23 ■ 

6 f— 29 mid 



llaf. SI. IS77.] palmer'h index to •'• tiik 



TIMR-^ ** 



NEWSrArF.K. 



Ton 



Telegraph! {conttnued), 

LUboii aud Falmouth, 16/5 d^-M j 7 h 

Mediterranean Extension, 22/ 7 d—2%j h^d 

Ocean Monopoly, !<» f7 o— 12 /7a 

Postal Senrice, Deficit in. 24 m 6 </— 28 m 0/ 

Rangoon-Fenang Expedition, 16 m 10 c— 

21 mlOd 
State of Shares in Companies in every d<^ys 

poper 
Submarine, 10/7 i/—U f\Ob&d^Zm 10 e 

Suez to Bombay, Duplicate, 26 / 6 c— 28 / 

9/— 1 m6e-2m 6^-3 w 10 c— 6 m 106 7 
m 5 <i->8 m 5 /* 

United States Direct, 1 j 7 0—9 ; 7 a— 24 ; 

7 6— 29 > 7 a— I /7 tf— a /7 r— 6 /'7 «i & </— 
16/7 ff 28 /• 10 a— 6 m 10 c— 28 in 6 «— 24«i 
18 a— 29 M 7 c— ;0 m 5 a 

— West India and Panama, 12 m 7 6 
Western Union, 20; 5 6 

and Brazilian. 18; 7 e— 18^ 7 6—29 ; 7a 

— l/o«— 8/*7e— 1 m 10 a 
Telegraphic Hcmuc, I f6e 
Telegraphy, Duplex, 8 / 4 d 
Telfer (J. Buchau; Russia and the Caucasus, 28 

Temperance Conference at Lirerpool, 19 i 10 c — 
20)Hd 

~— the Gothenburg System, Debate at Birm- 
ingham on, 4 ; 4 c 

League. Conference of the Western, at New- 
bury, '6 J 10 a 

Mr. Bnght's Speech at Rochdale on, 8j 6a 

— ^ Practical Substitute for Drunkenness, 4/76 

Temple, Middle, Eight New Scholarships Estab- 
lished by, 1 j 10 a 

— — Grand Day of Hilary Term— Banquet 
to the Judges, &c., 26 « 6 « 

Readings in, 24 ; 8 6 

— — Inner, Legal Examinations, 16/7/ 

Bar, Probable Fate of, 27 m A f 

Messrs. Childs Receives Notice to Quit, 



22/7 e 

— Church, Lenten Services in, 12/6 c 

Tewkesbury Abbey. Restoration, 5 m 1 1 c 

Thackeray (John W.) on Engli^h v. French Cot- 
ton Manufacturers, 17 m 12 /* 

Tbamot Church Mission. 28/6 6 

Steam Ferry Company — Public Trial of 

their Scheme, 17 ;' H c 

Floods, 2> 10 c— 8ill</ 4^6 A Ac— 6; 

6 a— 6> 10 a— 8 j 10 a— 9y 10 o— 10> 10 a— 
liy 10 d— 12; 8 6— 12> 6 a-17> 10 c 

Deputation to the Home Secretary about, 

27/8 6—2 m 10/— 8 m 8 c 

Donations for the Su£ferers, 10 ; 10 a— 



-.16 ; 7 e— 16 ; 6 c— 18 ; 10 c— 22 ; 10 «— 23i 
7 €-27 ; 6 c— 2y 10 a— 18/ 10/-26/9 e— 7 
m 9 /*— 9 m 12 a 

Meetings about, 6i 6 6— 6i 10 a— 8i 10 

a- 9 i 10 a- 10 j 10 a— 1 1 ; 10 d— 18 ; 10 rf— 
8/11^ 

Notes about, 8/11 /*— 4 ; 6 «— 6 ; 6 «— 6 



12; 6a 

Mansion House Fund, 8; 10 a— 18 ; 6 /* 



j 10 «— 9 ; 10 a— 1 1 ; 10 r— 18; 6 /—IS; 7 / 
— 20 / 6 c-6 / 6 <f— 28/ 8 d 



Thanu's and Slersey Marine Insurance Company, 

13 ; iJ h 
Thwiire and the Church, !•'> w 8 6 
lU,iATE£8:— 

in li<76, 13 ; 10 a 

Academy of Mii^ic. Melbourne, 16^* 8 6 

Albert Hall Choral Society, 8/9 e 

— ** By Urgent Desire," an Anecdote by Herr 

S<mteg. T6 f 4/ 

Criierion. »/8 a 

Dramatic Banquet fo Aid. Cotton, 10 m 7 J 

Drury Lane, 12 iM 8 c 

Benefit to Mr. Compton, 9 ; 9 «— 19 / 4 



(/— 2 m 10 c— 27 m 12 a— 29 w 8 6 

Greenwich Hospital Boys at, 19/12 a 

— Dukes, 12 / 9/ 

— Dundee 'i heatre. False Alarm of Fire in, 
2SjbJ 

— at Easter, 27 m 12 a 

— Gaiety, 1 »« 4 c 

Mr. John Parry at, 8y 6 c 

FareweU Fund, lOy 9 /* 



Globe, 9 w 4 / 

llayniarkt t, 25 j 9 f 

- lier Majesty's Theatre. Sale of, 27; 6 6—2 
y6/-5/6/ 

Lyceum, 25 / 9 /* 

Richard III, at, I f^a 

Olympic. 18 7 9 /— 23 w 4 c 

Popular Concerts. 20 m 4/ 

Hichmond. 4 ; 7/ 

Royal Aquarium. 23 i» 4 c 

Edinburgh— the Uninflamable One, 7/4 e 

Italian Opera, 80 m 6 6 



— Shakespeare Recitals by Mr. Brandram, 26 
/8 c 

— St. James's, 9; 8 a 
Hall. Popukr Concerts at, 27/4/ 



htage Decorum, tee Staob 

.Vaudeville of Paris, New Comedy of M. 

Sardou, 31 ; 5 c 

Ventilation of, 24; 11 e 

Theory and Practice, 19 w 4 c— 27 mi J 

Irora Punrh ,1/6/ 

Thermometers at Kew. 21 m 10 e 
Thi»elion-l)ver(W. T.) Lecture on Plant Growth. 

&c., 29 in 4 f 
Thorn .s i,J, F.) on the Indian Famine, 8/8 d 
Thorsis Sulpher a d Copi>er Company, 26 m 7 « 
Threatening Parallels- the Weather. 19/11 d 
Thursfleld(W.N.> on Infection by Rail, 10 i 10/ 
Thicke v^Frank) Lecture on the Ventilation of 

Kooms, &c.. 2 / 4 c 
Tichbome, see Claimant 

Trial, No»e about, 27 m 7 d 

Tinne (J. E.) on Mad Dogs. 11 ; 11 a 
Tintoretto and Titian, Photograph Receipts of, 

10 w 5/ 
Titiens (Mad.) and Crouch the Composer in 

New York, 5 / 6 e 
Title Deeds, Ntites about, 8 j 12 6—6 ; 10 /•— 9 ; 

6c 
Tobago Riots, 6/6 d 
Tomb of Agamemnon, 8 ; 10 e — 12; 7 a 
Tombstone Difficulty, see Wadslbt 
— Another at Chapeltown. 29 / 8 6— 80^ 7 e 



TJnc 



f» 



PAL^EK H INDKX Tw» '* TUK TIMF.» NKWSrAl'EK. 



[Jan. 1 to 



UnclAiined Dividends {^continued), 

Barnea, Elizabeih, 27/1 b 

Beil Sir John. 15 m I b 

Bennett, Robert. 2 m I b 

Black, Alex., 28 w 1 b 

Boom, Agnes, \5 m \ b 

- Bradford. Earl of, J4 m 1 6 

Bristol, Marquis of. 29 /« 1 b 

Bristowe. Henry Fox, 2S m I b 

Brooks, Wni., 20 m 1 6 

Burue, Henry Holland, I6y 1 6 

Byng, Hon. James, o m \ b 

Call ghan, Mary, 26 ; 1 b 

C'hilderstone, Jonathan, 17 ml b 

Clapham. Wm. and Mary Ann, Sj I b 

Dew, Edward, 6 m 1 b 

Dewe, Rev. Samuel, 2/16 

Dye, John, \'6 m i b 

Earle, Rev. Robert, 2/16 

- Fanner, Jane, 15^" 1 /* 

Forbes, Mary Jane, Sir Charles and James 

Stewart, 4/16 
Frend, Edwin, 6 in 1 6 

Fyler, Wm. Samuel 30 m I /> 

Ginger, Daniel, Esther and Esther, 7 w 1 c 

Glover, Mary and Wm., 6 « 1 6 

Gore, Sidney, 27 / 1 b 

Graham, Wm., 16/ I b 

Green. Robert Salmon, 20 m 1 6 

Hamilton, Hans Siree, 2tiJ i b 

llartiugton. Marquis of, 29 m 1 6 

Hodgson, Rev. W ra., 29 m 1 & 

Holden, Wm. Rose, 29 m 1 b 

Hole, James, 23 m 1 6 

Holford, James Price W. G.. 30 m I 6 

Hooper, Edw. Thomas, 2/16 

Hull, Jane, Thomas, and Wm. Edmonds, 

8m 1 6 

JoUy, John, 7/ 1 6 

Labouchere, John, 10 ; 1 6 

Lay ton, Thomas Jewell, Ij I b 

Lincoln, Henry, 2 w 1 6 

Lodwick, Thomas, 20/1 6 

Lynn, Ann, 6/16 

Mangnall, Helen, 2i fl b 

Marley, Cath. L. Augusta, Sj lb 

Masefield, George, 19/1 6 

Milward, Richard, 23 w 1 6 

Mocatta, Benjamin, 6 j 1 6 

Mumford, Samuel, 13 w* 16 

Mundy, Franci? Noel, 30 m 1 6 

Musters, John Chaworth, 23 m 1 6 

Norman, Frederick, 20 w 1 6 

Onley, Chas. «avili, 2> 1 6 

I'aget, Lord Alfred, 6 m 1 6 

Palmer, George, 12 »i 1 6 

— - Peachey, Abraham, 1 7 m 1 6 

Phelps, Wm. Whiimarsh, 28 m 1 6 

PhiUipps, Rev. J. E., 6 w I 6 

Pigott, Wm., 6 m 1 6 

Pike, Susanna, 24 m 1 6 

Pirie, Dame Jean, 3 w 1 6 

Pocock, John Inties, 81 m 1 6 

Pole, Edw. S. C handos, 24 jl 6 

Pratt, Francis Mason, 24 /" 1 6 

Prldeaux, Henry. UflB 

Binerose. John. 5 m 1 6 






Unclaimed Dividends (continued)* 

- Hooker. Alfred, Ufib 

Rose, Henry, 29 w 1 6 

- - Salt John and George, 28 m 1 6 
Saxby. Wm., 26y I 6 

Scott, John, 6 m 1 6 

Sim, Emma, 17y 1 6 

Siree. John HamUton, 26y 1 6 

Sitwell, Florence Alice, 23 w I 6 

Louisa Lucy, 23 m 1 6 

Smith, Edward, 7/1 6 

Fred., 16> I 6 

South Staffordshire Railway, 10 w I 6 

Sparke. Maria Hester, 8 w 1 6 

Stevenson. Henry Holford, 80 m 1 6 

Stonor. Emily Catherine, 6 ml 6 

Strachan, James Morgan, lOy I 6 

Strange, Emily Charlotte. 2iy 1 6 

Sticng, Constance Elizabeth, 27/1 6 

Robert, 27/1 6 

Sykes. Sir Tatton, 9 m 1 6 

Temple, Geo., 6 ii 1 6 

Thorpe, Jonathan, 5 ai 1 6 

Todd, Julia, 20/ 1 6 

Toke, Rev. Nichoks. 28/1 ^ 

Vanspall, Frances ( hristian. 2Smlh 

Wainewright, Anne, 24/1 b 

W'^all, Marianne, 7/16 

Warner, Henry, 8 m 1 6 

Watson, Rev. George Bowes, 29 » 1 6 

Webb, John, 17 m I 6 

While. Edward, 26 / 1 6 

Eleanor Elizabeth, 6 m 1 6 

Wolfe, Catherine, 80> 1 6 

rapt. W. S. M., 80il6 



Uncle Tom Farewell Meeting in England, at the 

Metropolitan Tabernacle, 1 /' 10 c 
in Edinburgh- Unable to Leave being Re- 
quired at Buckingham Palace, 2 m 9/ 

before the Queen, at Windsor, 6 w 8 cf 

Underground Jerusalem, Note about, 24 m B e 
Undesira^e Surprises, 16 j 9 e 
Uiiforturittte Thief- a Box of Pamphleto, 8 ; 7/ 
Ungratc^ful Emigrant, 8 m 4 «—9 m 9/ 
Uninflammable Theatre, Royal Edinburgh. 7 / 4« 
Union Marine Insurance Company, 16 j 7 b 
United Discount Corporation, 6/7 o— 16 ; 7 * 
Kingdom Alliance, Meeting at Edinburgh, 

30 / 5 /■ 

Railway OflBcers and ServanU As)H>cU- 

tion and Railway Orphan Fund, Anunal Meet* 
ing, 22/6/' 
Liuimer and Brwohle Rock Asphalte Com- 
pany, 22 A 7 «/ 

States Embassy, 27 m 9 / 

Rolling Stock Company, 7/7/ 

Universal Marine Insurance, 5 i 7 a— 26^' 7 a 
Universities Bill Notes about, 8 w 8 c— 17 m 6/ 
University College of Wales, 9/11 a— 16 » 9 / 

London, Parke'^ Museum of Hygiene to be 

Placed m, 6 w 7 ./' 

Annual Meeting, 2 w 10 e 

Mr. Grot«^'s Endowment, 9 « 9^ 

Hospital, Koyal Present of Game to, 25 ; 8c 

Unseaworthiness, the O^more, 12/ II c 
Untried Prisoners, 27 w 6 «— 28 m 7 e 
Use and Ornament. 2jid 



Mnr., 31, 1877.] pai.meu's indkx to "the times" NEwsrAPEii. 



War 



Utilitarian Tyranny, 20/5 /' 

V. 
Vaccine Lymph. 31 m 7 «/ 
Vaccination in Bombay made Compulsory, 2?i hf 

Direct from the C^alf. 30/10 «— 2/ 9 f 

— — Imprisoning a Man for Not Allowing his 
Children to Ueceive, 2y ; 6 c 

Note about, 2^ ; 6 rf 

Officicl Ueturn of Deaths by Persons Vac- 



cinated or Un vaccinated, 18 ; o « 

Prince and Princess of Wales, their Family 



and Households are All Vaccina tetJ, 2 /9 /* 
— and Ke- Vaccination, Compuhoiy, 23 / 8 a 
of thc^ Royal Household at \vindsor, 10 



; 8 a 

Val de TraTcrs Asphalte Paving Company. 14 m 
10 c— S>3m6<; 

Valuation of Property Bill Deputation to Go- 
vernment about. 13 m 9/— 26 m 6 e 

Value of Land in London, 29 m 6/ 

Van Dieman's Land Company, 21 m 6 « 

Vegetable R;iilway Wheels, 3/7/ 

Ventilation of Kooms, 2/4 « 

Verona, Discovery of Koman Coins near, set 
Coins 

Very Sad End— Death of Sir Edw. Cunynghame, 
25 ; 9 e 

Veauvius (Mount) Irruption of, 10 j 5 d 

Veteran ^>tatesman, 12 ; 11 e 

Veterans— Two Officers in the German Army 
who have Served Longer than the Emperor, 6 

Vioeregal Harem, Visit to, S j 7 f 

Vickers (Alfred) Works Exhibited in the Hay- 
market, 29/6/ 

Victoria, Academy of Music, a New Theatre in, 

• 16j3a 

Electoral Campaign, 13 m 5 / 

Free Trade League in, 16 ; 3 a 

Hospital for Children, Two New Beds 

Added to. 26/12 o 

Meteorological Changes in, 16y3 a 

NyauEa Rlission, 17 /« 14 a 

Parliament Prorogued. 2A fi d 

Railway Extension. 1 6 ; 3 a 

- Sale of Liquor Bill, 16 ; 3 a— 13 mo/ 
Racing Club, 16 ; 3 a 

Vincont (Kev. W.) Labour Market of America, 

li7rf 
(Lt. Col.) on the Military Geography of 

Turkey, 20 J 10 a 

Paper Abroad, 24 y 10 a 

Vindiraiion, 20/9/ 

Vine Harvest — Ravages of the Phylloxera and 

the Late Frosts, 15 / 5 c 
Viper Hunt in the Paris Scientific Gardens, 7 m 

Virtue Rewarded, l9 m 9 / 

ViMl Air. a Lecture on, 23 m 12 6 

Voice from the Bosphorus, 10 /" 6 / 

Crowd, 26 /n 8 rf 

Volcanoe in the Ocean near Kealakea Eana Bay, 
22m9 f 

Volunteers :— 

L. d City of London at St. Paul's, 8 / 6 rf 

• Easter Keview. m / 6 « -5 /JO ,'—22 / 5 f 



Volunteers (continued). 

— 2t; / 10 d—\ m 6 /— H m 10 c/— 27 m 6 a- 

29 m 6 e 
Departure of the Corps to Dunstable, 30 

m 4 d— 31 m6d 

Localization of Forces, 20 m 10/ 

London Corps, 10/6 e 

Scottish, Presentation of Priies, 20 f\[)H 



— 38th Middlesex, 23/ 5 d 

— 49tU Middlesex, Distribution of Prizes, at 
the Mansion House by the Duke of Tcck, 26 
flOb 

— and the Mobilization Scheme, 29 m 6 e 

— Proficiency of, 18 / 6/ 

— Return of the Strength and EflSciency of 
the Force, 12>4/ 

— Sick Bearers, 21 /* 10 /" 
War Office Return, 2S fS f 



Von Chauvin(G.)on the Direct Cable Company, 

16/7 6 
Vortex Motion. Lecture on, 6 /* 10 </ 
Voysey (Rev. C.) on the Hatcham Case, 24 / 8 6 

W. 
Wadsley Tombstone Case — on Keeton, the 

Cricketer, 6 / 6 6—9 i 9 e— 12 i 6/— 15> 6 c— 

17j6c/-18/6/— 24>5/• 
Wafers,.Notes on, 30 > 8 6—3/4 e— 6/3 6—6 f 

10 6 
Wagner (Richard) Intended Visit to England, 3 

w 10 c 

Account of, 24 « 5 rf 

Waiting for the Verdict— Return of Prisoners 

Awaiting Trial, 27 m A e 
Walcott (Kev. M. E. C.^ on Wafers, 6/3 6 
Wales, Education in, 27/6/ 
Walford (Cornelius) Lecture on the Great Fire 

ot T/)naon, \QjQf 
Wnlkley Museum and Mr. Ruskin. 18 i 10/ 
Walmer Castle— lleminiscenses of ihe Great Pitt, 

7/9/ 
Walton (Haynes) on Colour Blindness, SjSc 
War, Statistics of Lo:»s in Franco- Prussian, 1 ; 6< 

Office, Post of Solicitor to. Abolished, 5 m hj 

Sanitary State of, 13^ 4/ 

WAR IN THE EAST :— 

Anticipations of Peace. 2 m 5 6 

Armistice, Prolongation of, 2j 5 r 

with Montenegro Prolonged, 2 m b e 

in Servia, 5/8 a— 19^ 4 «— 27> 6 a— 12 

/4«— 20/4<i 

— -^ and Re-victualling Nicksich, 1 7 i 9 / 

Austria and the War, 9/5 6 

Grants an Amnesty to all who have been 



inthe Wnr, 17w76 

— Belgian Occupation of Bulgaria, 1 7 6 « 

— Belgrade Soup Kitchen — the Countess 
Maria Joannini's Report, 2&j 5 e 

State of, 26 m 5 e 



— Bosnian and Herzogovinian Refugees, Ap- 
peal for, ^r'Sf ' 

Insurrection Revived, 17 w 7 6 



Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Turkey 

Proposes to make Mihtary Governments with 
Christian Civil Administrators, 29 ji' 5 6 

Prisoners Released by the Turks, 17 w» 7 * 

Promised n Christian Govcrument, 4 jhd 



War 



PALMEU'S INDEX TO " THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



C^.1 



War in the East (continved). 

Bulgaria, the i>ulian Proclaims a General 

Amnesty in, IG m 5 /> 

Conference— Preliminary. Austria at. 2/65 

and the Armistice, 1 ; 5 c & « — 4 j 5 ci — 

5j6r— 8.;6« 
Bismarck Pretests against the Delays in, 

12y5/. 

the British Fleet Withdrawn from Turk- 



ish Waters, \ j n e 

Close of, 22 / 5 n & /— 23 ; 6 a & 6 

Consideration of the Counter-Proposals, 



Zj 6 d—ij 5h& d^bj 6 a -12.; 6 «— ISj 5 e 
Correspondence between Mr. Gladstone 



and Sir Henry Elliot about. 2 m 10 6 

from Our (^^rrespondent after, 14 /*» a 

Corres|K)ndents Reports, 6 ; 5 a — 19 joe 

the Crisis, Notes about, 10.; 10 e— 12 j 6 d 

Departure of the Ambassadors, 2Zj 5 I — 



24;6c/&6— 26j5rt— 29>6a— 30>o« -31; 6 
</— 2 fb h 

Despatch by Lord Derby to Sir H. Elliot 



on the Necessity for Peace, 26./ 6 c 

of Lord Salisbury on Peace between 



Kussia and Turkey, 17/ 6 « 

Falj»e Rumours about, 16 7 6 a 

Final Declaration of the Porte. 31 / 6 A 

the Four Points Accepted by Turkey, 26 



; 5 h 



the French Press on. 26 i 9/ 

the Grwks and, 24 / 5/ 

Last Days of. 20.; 5 </— 22 ; 5./" 

Meetingof the State Council and Rejection 

of the Terms ( offered, 19 j o & */— 20 ; 6 c 
Meetings, 1 j o e— 3 > 6 d — 4 j 5 a — 5 ; 6 



a & d—Hj 5 c/— 9 j 5 a & c — 10 j 5 o & d — 1 1 j 
5a & r— 12 j </— 13 j 6 «— loj 5 6— 17> 6 a 
— 18> oa& d—20j 5 <i— 22> 6 / 

Moditie<] Resolutions as Presented by 



Lord Salisbury, 19/5 A 

Notes about. 15 / 10 r— 28y 10 a— 267 9/ 

the Ottoman Press on. 23y 10 a 

Protocols of the, 2 fS «-5/4 d—0 /3c 

«.7/4 rf— H./ 8 a 

Questions under Consideration, 2 j 5 b 

hejection of the Ultimatum by the Porte, 



25 j 6 <i — 30 J » a 

Retrospective Review of. 22.? 10 a 

and Russia, 10 7 6 a — 11 ; 6 a — 15 j b b 

—30 /8a 

Russian Ambassador Leaves for Athens, 



31 > 5 6—1 /5 c— 2/5 t—'6fb d 

Speech on t*ne Conduct of the Porte, 



30> 5 a 

Lord Salislnry's Intenriew with the 



Sultan, 1 ./ 5 «-3> 6 d—ll j b ak C'^22j 6 b 

St. Petersburg Opinion of, 18^ 10 a 

Sequel of, Notes about, 27 J A/ 

Storm in the Black Sea Delays the 



'Ambassadors, 24 ; 5 a &. b^2bj b c—27 j b c 

the Sultan Rejects the Proposals, I j b e 

— 17>6<i 

M. Thiers on the Probable Result of, 18 



jbc 



Turkey's Concessions, 2 i b d 
Ultimatum of the Great Powers, 16 7 5 d 



War in the East (rohtinued), 

— Conference — Waiting for the Counter-Pro- 
posals of Turkey, 3 / 6 u 

England Proposes to Grant Turkey Ouf 

Year to Effect its Reforms, 5 m 5 ^ 
and the Porte, 17^ 6 c 

— European Pressure on the Porte the Ooij 
Real Good, 6m S d 

German Policy in. 20^ 5 <f & /•— 22 j 6/ 

Pea Sausage Adopteii as Food for thf 



Russian Army, 2G fb e 
— Gold Cross of the Order of Takorm Cooferred 
on Miss Pearson and Miss McLaughlin, 17/ 10.' 
Conferred on Dr. Attwood, 18/5 c 



— the (io/os on the Impending Decompodtion 
of the Turkish Empire, 12/ 5 o 

— Oreat Britain and Russia, 19 m 5 a 
Probable Adjustment of the Eastern 



Difficulty. 20 IN 6 c 

— the Imperial Allies in Congress, 5/5 i— ^ 
fba 

— Gen. Ignatieff*s Mission to the Pow«% £ 
m 5 c — 7 m 6 a — 8 m 6 m — 9 m 5 c — 10 -m 5 «— 
12 m 6 A&e 

Conference with Prince Bismarck oa, > 



fN 6 e 



and the Court of London, 14 m 5 a—}^ 
m b a — 17 m 7 c 
in Paris, 14 m 5 6 

Editor of the Tejnps's Interview with, H 



\T » S. L 



m b e 



on the War and the Policy of England. 
29 m 6 e 

the M indites Besieging Puka, 2 ai 5 e 

Revolt of the Whole Tribe, 3 m 5 «— .' • 

6 c — 9 m b b 

Miscellaneous News, 16 / 5 /— 8 / 5 e—l' 

m 7 e— 23 mba 
'^— Molestation of Christians in Armenia, K' 
m b f 

Montenegro Agrees to Arrange for Peacr. 

31 / 6 d-2 f ba& e— 6 J bf—G/b c— 7 /*5 . 
_8 fbh—9 fb d— 10/ 6 *— 12 /*6 t— 16 fh '■ 
—17/5 ^—19/6 rf— 20/6 a & A— 21 / 5 a- 
22/5<5.— 1 m6«— 10m 6b— 15iii56&«— K 
m7 a& e— 19 m 6 </— 28 mb a& </— 28 mod 

Accepts the Proposals of Turkey, \B/^ 

Alleg^ Atrocities of, 1 1 / 8 o 

Armistice Prolonged, 24 m 7 c 

Arranging for Fresh Military Stores, iv 



m b e 



Cession of Grab to, by the Turks, t mbo 
Deli*gates, 22/6 <f— 24/6 6—3 m 5 s-> 



m 6/— 6 m 5 f'—H m 6 c 

Demands Demurred at, 10 m 5 d — 13 



.#' 



6 c— 14 m e— 26 m 6 c— 31 mbe 

in Debate, 7 m 6 rf— 16 w 5 6- 19 

a— 20 m 6 A— 21 m 6 <f— 22 mbe 
Niksich, 26 mSe 



and Italy, 17 m 6 c 

Montenegrins in Position again, 1 jr 5 r 

Reduced Demands, 22 m 5 if— 24 m 7 « 

26 m 6 b—27 m 5 c— 28 m 6 e— 31 m 5t 

Refugees, Note on, 26/4 f 

in Dalmatia, Fund for, 3 / 6 e 

and Roumania, Prolongation of th 



A «>n\iatl<a 



oa rK ^ 



Mar. 31, 1877.] palher's index to '• the times" newspaper. 



War 



War in the Eaat (continmd), 

New Works at Hustchuk, 26 /5 c 

OdeMo. State of. 8 ; 6 e 

the Omitted Despatch from Lord Derby to 

Sir H. EUiot. 16/5/ 

Our lYeaty Gngageroents, Lord Derby's 



Despatch on. 13./ 8 a 

— Outrages in the ^^!lag^> of Pust, 25 ; 5 6 

— Peace or War, 1 m 10 « 

— Red Cn)6S So :ory Preparing for War, 23 / 5 c 

— Refugees. Ap{ic*aU for, 29 m S b 

— Relief (^iiiiial tee in Bulgaria, 12 jie 

— RouininiH Declares Itself an Independant 
State, oj o d 

Ru8!tia and Ronmania, ^/B b 



■^- Russian Army on the Pruth. 17 m 7 6 

— — Austrian Correspondent on, 6 /" 5 a— 19 

r'B c 
Colony at Constantinople, Preparing to 

Leare. 6/55 

Defences of Odo.^«a. -b* /« 5 c 

and Demobilization, 26 ut 6 6 

Determination on the Turks Rejecting 

the Conference. 1 .; 5 e — 1 / 5 o 

England and France, IB fo d 

Menaces Kail to I f ifluenee Turkey, 1 6 / 1 a 



a — 28 m 9 a 

Press on England and the War, 28 / 6 c 



— 1 m 5 c—S m 6 ^ e 

Protocol and tho Groat Po'.vers, 21 ?;» 5 6 



— 22 M 5 a— 23 m 5 a— 24 m 7 a & e -26 »i 5 b 
^28 moa& 6—29 m 5 a~-30 m 3 o & c— 31 m 

on the Pruth, 2 m 5 « 

and the Revolting Province**. 13/5 b 

and Turkey. 2 /»i 5 A— i> m 5 r — 8 m .'» b — 

ffm 5 L — 15 tiJ i* f 

Preparing for, 19y 12 a~24 / 5 ti— I 



Ml 5 c 



and Turkish Purchases of War Materiel, 
26/6 r 

Volunteers Withdraw from Servia, s€e 

Sbkvia 

and the War, 28 /5/-0 vi 5 /» 

Russian Army, 1 2 w 5 d— 20 m o c 

Circular, »te Mbmo&andum 

Policy, l/5c-.16/5« 



Memorandum, 30 j 5 d& f-^a / 5 r^5 f 

5 </— 10/5 tt— 12 fh a--\5/S a—T> J 5 a— 
19iM6a 
Acswer of All the Powers to the 



Circular of , 7 iw 5 a 

the French Correspondent on, 6/5 o 

and the Great Pow rs, 26 ; 5 A— 22 / 

5 a— 5y 6/— 6/5 a -7 / 5 6— 16y 5 a 

and Persia, 26/5 c 

Preparations for Action, 19/5 c — 9 m 5 



) 



■— Scrvia Accept* the Turkish Proposals for 
Peace, 1 t he 

Agents Negociatlng for Peace, 26/5 r — 



27/5 c 

— Agrees to Raze Delegrad and Alexinatz, 



Arranges with a French Company to 



Utilize its Fores s fur a Loan. 26 7 5 a 

Concludes Peace with Turkey, 2 m 5 6— 

a m d 



War in the East (continued). 

Servia, Conditions of Peace Proposed and 

Accepted, 1 m 5 6 & e — 2 m 5 e 

the Delegates Return, 6 m 5 /— 8 m 6 c 

Despotovitch Refuses to Disarm, 23 m 5 (f 

Documents Signed to Conclude the 



Peace, 3 m 5 e — 5 w h c Scf 

Exchanga of Prisoners, 26 ; 5 c 



m 5 e 



— the Italian Legion Leave for Home, 19 



Loses Preatege by the Pence. 19 w 6 « 

Order of the Takova Confe. j ed on French 

Journalists, 19 m 5 « 

Peace Arrangements, 10 m 5 c— 12 w 6 ci 

— 15 in 5 e — 19 m 5 e — 24 ml c 

Proclamation of the Prince of, Notifying 



Peace, 7 m 5 b 

Preparing for War, 26.? 5 d 

Pnnc? Accused of Causing all the Hor- 



n»rs of War. 2<5 /"S c 

Kece;)tion of the Firmin of Peace in 

Servia, 7 m o a—S m 7 u — 20 m 5 c— 21 w 5 <^ 
& «— 22 m5 h 

Relief Fund, 1 m 8 c 

Refugee Fund, 2 m 9 /* 

— r- Resumes its Peaceful Attitude, 22 m 5 i^ 
and the Russian Volunteers, 4 ; 6 c 



Special Laws Named at. Cancelled in th<^ 

Prince's Proclamation, 7 m o b 

-'Turkish Troops Ordered to Leave Servian 



Territory Wiihin Twelve Days, 3 /« 5 c— 29 /« 
Gen. Noffosseloff to Take the Com- 



mand of the Russian Legion in, 29 / 5 b 

— Servians Concessions. \b fb b 

— Lady Strangford's Relief* Fund. 12 >« G c 

— Torpedoes in the Block Sea, 24/5 « 

— Turkey and Austria, 9 in 5 b 
Award Medjil* «i) Vledical Men for their 



Services During tlie War. 24 / 9 /' 

Army, its Uimo>t Kstimate. 20 m 5 b 

Arrangements for Defence, 30 i 5 A— 20 



m b e 



jbb 



Attack the Servians at Negotin, 12 

Decides to Act as Wished but not Under 
Presstirf. 2i» ; 5 /• 

Excitttmeni in Constantinople. 20 m 5 a 

and the Great Powers, b m b b 

Letter to Mr. Gladstone on Wellington's 



Policy i»f Upholding, 27/5 u 

— Turkish Outrages at Pozar, 19 7m 5 c 

see HuLOARiA 

and Probabl • War with Rus.<*ia, 16 j 10 a 

Propo^e8 to Itiake Peace with Servia and 



Montenegro. 23 / 5 6—277 « " & *•— 30j be 

Reforms rn 1 Russia's Demands, 13 mi ba 

and liouinniiia, 13 j b o & e — 9 /w 5 c 

and Russia. \ j b d- H / 5 ^— 15^0 n— 16 



;■ 5 /— 24.; 5 «— 25 / 5 c f^ f/— 26 / n a— 29 » 5 
c-;;0 / 5 A--2 /■ 5 6-5/5 c— 26 fb b & d— 27 
/5 o— 2.S/5 a— 3 in b t— 16 m 5 o— 17 m7 a 
and Servia and Montenegro Proposals for 



Peace. 30 J 5 6—12/5 // 

Sends Propositions for Pence to Servia. 



and Montenegro. 29 / 5 6 & rf— 30 J b c— 31 ; &. 
o— 1 / 5 6&€— 5 / 5 d 



War 



»♦ 



PALMMKfi INDKX TO •'THE IIMKS NKWSI'Al'Ka. 



[Jan. 1 to 



War in the £aflt (continued). 
Turkey, l^eace Proposals Broken off by 

Servia, 5/5 c 
Resumed. 6/5 b—G/S rf— 7/5 r— 8/6 

6-9/5 6 &rf 

Conditions of Peace, 8 /o c— 10/5 6— 



12/5 d 

Objection of Servia to Accord Full 



Liberty to the Jews. 12/5 6 

the Question of Guarantees, I f5 e — 2 / 



5 «— 3 f5 6—6 / 5 a 

Servian Envoy Leaves for Constantinople, 



13/5 d— 14 / 5 0—15/5 6—16/5 fc— 17 / 6 
6—20 f5 a— '22 f 5 6—23/5 c— 26/5 c/— 28 
ihdke 

Soldiers Relief Fund, Cy 6/— llj 9 «— 



16/8 c 

and the Three Emperors, 27 m 6/— 28 m 



55 



Circular Note. lOy 10 a 



Army, 26 m 5 c 

Defence of Ku^landji, 26 m 6 c 

— War Victims in Bosnia, 24 ; 5 e 
in Servia, 17 wi 5 « 



"Ware (J. R.) on a Musical Nuisance. 23 ; 5/ 
Warning Against a ** Party Viewing a House to 

Let," 12 /• 12 a— 27 / 6 d—2 m 10 /— 9 hi 

10 6 
Swindlers. 15 / 6 rf— 20 » 6 « -31 ; 9 <•— 1 f 

9e 
W'arrun (Fanny) Underground Jerusalem, 24 m 

8 e 
Warring o:i Hospital, Mr. Crots to Open, G 

jdb 

Mr. Cross Opens, 27 J 7 e 

Watkin (E. W.) Landslips near Dover, 28/0 6 

on Gunner Charlton, 9 w 10 rf 

Watson (Forbes) on the Surplus of the Exhibi- 
tion of 1851, 4/ 10 « 

(^Thoraaa) on Mad Dogs, 5/11 / 

AVarwickshire Mining Association, 20 j G a 
''WasiieW 15^ 12 c 

Watch Trade in Switzerland, 5/8 c — 11 / 4 « 
Watches, Machine Made, iu Birmingham, J 6^' 

5 
Water Colour Work, Old and New, Agnew 

Exhibition, 14/4 e 

— Companies, State of Shares in, i« every 
day\ paper 

— Berlhi West-end and Land Company, 10 
/7 a 

— Boston Waterworks. 29 ; 7 d 
on Drink, Note on, 3 /' 7 « 

— and Epidemics, 30 / 4 a 

London Supply. Deputation to Government 

about, 30/ 12 c— 27/10 /" 
— — Supply at Claptoix Note about, 19 m 9 « 
of Richmond. 1 / G 6— 1 1 / (> r— 18 > 6 </ 

—20/ 6 J— 31 /5/— 5 Z'i)/— It) / :>e—22 f 6 c 
Notes about, 18 / 6 </— 19 / 10 c— 25 J 



U 7—27/5 d 
WaterhoH!«e (Alfred) on the Manchester Town 

llnll. 22/5/ 
Wiiterlow <^Sir Sydney H.) Improving Awav, 12 

/12rt 
— ^ and Sons'Company, Arrangements of Trade 

\iv n m 7 h 



Waterman (0.) on Working Men's Clubs, 4 
J 10c 

Waves, Professor Guthrie*8 Lecture on, 20 
/5 c 

Waymouth (B.) on Unseaworthy Ships, 23 
WI 4 J 

Waymouth (Dr. Saml.) on the Teachers* Con- 
ference, 19/9/ 

Wear and Tear — an Action for Jewelry, 29 

io/ 

Weather. State of, la every day's paper 

of 1876. Dr. Allnatt's Summary, 4> 3 e 

in Ameri a, 17 j 9 f 

of January. Dr. Allnatt's Report, 2/ 10 a 

in the Provinces. 27 J S e 

in Russia and Sii)eriH, 5 / G/ 

Meteorological Chare of, in every Thursday* $ 

Wedgwood (^Godfrey) on Wedgwood Ware, 21 « 
10 h 

Weekly Edition of the Times, Notice First Stat- 
ing it, 1 j 8/ 

Well Paved, 10/4/ 

Wellington College,' Examination, 20/9 < 

Meeting c»f (Governors, 8 m 5 J — 16 iw 9 / 

WcUh Choral Union Si'hol .rships, 19/ 9 e 
We^Ieyan Lay Representation, Meeting. 7/6 

6-10/4/- 
Weslevans and Burials Bill. 30 w 8 c 
West (^Joa^t of Afric" : Ki g Dahomey and h"s 

lilockade, 2b fif, c— 13 m o e 
Toiir Ai>nir. M w H /' 



— India and Pacific Steamship Company, 15 
/7- 

— Indies :— DL'bt to Dreyfus, Bros., to be 
Cleared off. 23 wi 1 1 « 

Financial Arrangements, 5 m 6 a 

Miscellaneous News. 5 ni 6 a 

Rio Janeiro Assembly Opened by the 



Regent Princess, 5 m ^ a 

Ship New 8. 20 '• 1 1 a 

Victory nt^ar Soata, 20 » 1 1 a 



Western Temperance League, Meeting at New- 
bury. 3 /10 a 
Westnii.^ster (Duke of) Appeal for Westminster 

Hospitnl, ISm 12 h 
(De^in of ) Lectures on the Early Christians, 

10^ 9/ 

Abbey- Notice of the Dean. 15 m 9/ 

Prea<;hers. 24 m 12 d—27 m 9 /* 

Hospital, Appeal for, 13 m 12 h — 16 mSb 

— 17// 12 f-22//i 10 f 

School. Exhibitions. 15 /"8 c 

Teachers' Association, Annual Meeting, 19 

/8« 
Wet Feet. Statistics of the Cost of, in New York, 

7/(1/ 
Whale Fishery in the United States, Review of 

a Year's, 8/4 /i 
Wheat ( r'>p of the United States, 5jbd 

Digestive Powers of, 5 / 6 « 

Whitbrcad ;— ) at Bedford. 6/6 a 

White (Wra.) Caution against E. Chas. Werner, 

an Impostor. 11/7^ 
Ahh Paper Company, Application to Wind 

T'p. 20 / 6 r 



Mar. 30, 1^77.] I'Ai.mkk's indkx. to the 



*' TIMKS '* 



NKw.spArr.R. 



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Whitehead (Rev. Alfrea) on Small Fox in the 

Isle of Ih.met, 24 y li t 
Whiuinghiim (VV. B.) on the Delay in the Indian 

Mails, 26 ; 7 6 
Whit worth (Joseph) on Foreman Engineers, 21 

Ml 10 /■ 
Who are to Follow, 16 w 10 « 
Why Not, Whipping Truants from School, 28 / 

6a 
Whvtehead (T. B.) on Poisoned Arrows, 1 

i'vib 

Wife, Alleged Sale of, sejR Sale 
Wiggins (('apt.) Sibtria by Sea, 26 / 8/ 
WiUl Fowl PreservHiion Act, 16 f'9/—2e/Gc 
Wilkia and Clark on Kailway Brakes. I ; 8 c 
Wilkinson (Kev. G. H.) on iCcclesiai-tieHl Prose- 
cutions, 27 i 5 /■ 
Williams (Monier) on the Indian Famine, 23 ; 6 
/— 21 /o« 

( H . R.) on the Northern Heights of London, 

17 m V2J 

& Co. Practical Substituc for Drunkenness, 

4)76 
WILLS AND BEQUESTS :— 

Aldous, Jas. Kobt., l<i / 5 e 

Andrews, G. Heverden, 26; 7/ 

Arbuthnott, Lt. Gen. the Hon. W., 16 

Armitage, Sir K, 12 / 11 6 

Bailey, John Skynner. 2 iw 11/ 

Baird. Janie?, \\) j 7 f 

Barlow. Dr. H. C, 26 i 7 f 

Barrington. Francis Lyon, 16 m 12 a 

Besley, A Merman, 27 j 5 d 

Blount. Gilbert liobt., 5/86 

Bolli. Xenophon, 16 m 12 a 

Brander, R«>bert Burnett, 5^ 8 6 

Brandon, Thomas, 2 in 11/ 

Braun, Miss Caroline, 23/ 12 a 

Brook. Thomas VVm., 29 m 7/ 

Broughton, John, 6^86 

Butler. Mrs. Elizabeth, 26^ 7 / 

Caine, Wm. Sporston, 2 m lly' 

Carey, James, 12^ 11 b 

Chapman, Alfred. 5 i « 6 

Chapiiell, Mrs. Kuiily, Mi m 12 a 

Chatfield, Charles, 19; 7/ 

Child, Joseph, 2S f\2 a 

Corbett. Richard. 29 w 7/ 

Coventry, Mrs. Elizabeth, 29 m 7 f 

Edmunds, John, 16 / 5 « 

Fawcett, Waller Thomas, 16 m 12 ct 

Fitzgerald, Hon. Mr^. Percy, 12 j 116 

Fleming, Rev. Fletcher, 2/6 c 

Floyer, John, 16 m 12 « 

Forbes, David, 10/4 «i 

Gajje, Visi'ount. 9 wi 12' a 

Gaiiskell, VVm. Senhouse, 10 /'4 « 

Gillett, Joseph Francis, 2 / 6 c 

Greenwood, Thomas, 2 /'6 r 

Grcsley, Rev. VV . 16 f'h e 

Gonzalez, Don Antonio, 29 m 7/ 

Hainps, Geo. (h'^^-m m, 16 ;/i 12 i 

Hall, Win., 2 tu U ! 

— UeiithG)te, Rev. Gilbert, 10 /^ c 
. Herries, Lord, 2 w 11/ 



w * i-\ t 



Wills and BeqneBts (routinued), 

liorsman. Kt. Hon. Kdw., idj7/ 

Kay, James, 12 / 11 6 

Lanijhani. 11. Burdett, \2j\i0 

— Lewm, Thomas, 9 w 12 a 

Lucas, Louis Arthur, 2 / 6 c 

Mafeon. Wm. Henry, 29 m 7/ 

Moss. Edward, 2 / 6 c 

Nelson, Park, 2 /'e c 

- Osier, Thos. C.,*26 j 7 / 
Ougley, Lord, 23/12/1 

PaUn, Richard, 23/ 12 a 

IVrcevjil, Anne Marv, 2 /'6 r 

1 on i.nb/, Lady Emily C.. 29 m 7/ 

Prcscoit Gen. Wm. 2J / 12 a 

Ribblosdale, Baron, 16 m 12 a 

Rogers, Pearc Wm., 12/ 11 /» 

Rooke Thomas James, 9 w 12 a 

Rosaz. Chev. F. de. 5 ;' 8 6 

— Shuckburgh, Sir Francis, 12^ 116 

Smith, Ge<irge. 10 / 6 e 

Spencer. Lt. Col., 9 m 12 a 

Stuart, Rev.Edw, 16 »i 12 o 

Sir John, 19; 7/* 

Thon.son, Col., 12 j 11 6 

Towiieley, Col , 2 fS c— 23/ 12 a 

Tritton, Henry, 10 /'4 « 

Turner. Sir C harles Robert, 26/7/ 

Tweddale, Mar(,uis of, 26 ? 7/ 

Valdeterrazo, Marquis, 29 m 7 /" 

Vanderbelr. ( ommodore, 15 a 5 c 

Verrall, John Frederick, 9 m 12 a 

Walmesley, Capt., 2 wi 11 /* 

Walpole. Hon. Henry, 2/6 c 

Warren, Daniel, 9 w 12 a 

White, Henry Hopley, 26 / 7/ 

Wilson. Christopher, 10/ 6 e 

Wood, George. 29 m 7/ 

Wilson (Professor B. P.) on Shells Ascending 

into Vegetables, 2 j A d 

(E. J.) on Commissions, 6 / 10 «— 1 / 7 / 

(Geo. F,^ on the Horticultural Gardens, 23 

jf 4 «— 30 / 6/— 7/ 10 6—13 m 4 d 
Winchelsea (Earl) on the K iser-i-Hind, 5 m 8 6 
Windsor Castle, Annual Dintribution to the 

Poor, 2 / 9 c 
Royal New Year's Gifts. 2/ 9 e 

State Apartments Closed, 24/8 a 

Opened, 26 / 9 e— 27 / 8 a— 28 w 8 o 

and Eton Amateur Madrignl Society, Con- 
cert at St. George's Hall before the Queen, &c., 
4/9/ 

Wine, Export Returns, 5/76 

Shipments of Sherry, Aj 7 c/— 10 j 6 6 — 12 

j 7 d 

State of Trade in, 11/7 c-S/7f^B m 6 c 

Winter in ihe Alps, 13 /'4/ 

** Wobbling," from the PoU Mail, 26 ; 12 a 

" Wolf," a Young Man and his Father, lOj 9 / 

Wolstanton Marsh, Removal of Fences, &c. 

by Dr. Morgan. 27 m 6'c 
Wolvcih.iuipion l^iberal .Meeting, 17/10 6 
WomonV Education Union, 5/ 4/ 

Sutirui^u, Aleiitingtt, 12 m 6 6 — 19 m 9/ 

Wood Street Warehouse Coiipany, 20 j 7 a 
■' (Col. Evelyn) on the Danube and the 



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PA.LUKK'8 index to ** TllK TI11£8 *' NEWSPAPfK. 



[Jail. 1 to 



Wood (Chas. J.) on the Hatcham Case, 25J S 
—27 j 5a 

( H. Trueman) on the Patents for Inventions 

Bill. 9 m 4 6 

Woodruff (^Mary) on the Carlisle Place Orphan- 
age. 20.; 11/ 

Woods and Forests Accounts, 1 m 10 c 

Woodstock Church, Restoration, Appeal for Aid. 

Wool, State of Trade in. 18 i 7 /— 25 / 6 «— 1 / 
7 d—\S f 10 rf— 21 f 12 c—'i m 10 /— 15 m^ f 
—27 m iO c 

Workhouses, Toys for. 2 m .*> e 

Working Men*8 College. Blackfriars Road. 4 ; lOc 

Blooinsbury, Winter Conversazione, 9 j 

Oe^l.Sj 5/- 

Clubs, Conversazione on the Jerusalem 

Chamber by the Dean of Westminster, 8^' 4 e 
Notes about, 4 7 10 c 



Works of Imagination. 9 i/i 10 6 
WRECKS:— 

of the Agntt Wyllie, on the Goodwin Sands, 

6j6/ 

of the Alhania, 27/5 c/ 

Official Inquiry into, 29 m 8 c 

Sale of the Cargo. &c., 12 m 6 a 



— of the Alexandra^ in Dundalk Bay, 6 j Q / 
-31 j If 

— of the Amoy. on Ridge Bank. 8/12 a 
of the Antmonty off Perran Bay, 21/5 «f— 



22/6 a 

of the Annie Grant, 5fBb 

of the Antelope, off Port Isaac, 22/6 a 

of the Aurora^ at Parkend, 25 i 10 a 

— of the Cairo, at Sea, 29 «i 8 r— 81 m 11 a 
of the Cawdor Castle, Trial of the Pilot, 18 

or the Cirrassion^ at Bridgehampton, Long 

IsUnd, 1>5 </--37 5e-13;9/— 12/9/ 

of the City of Jlauchester, Official Inquiry, 

13 m 10/ 

of the Consett, off Tarifa, 30 / 6 c 

of the Corseweil, Official Inquiry, 8^9 /— 

30 ) 7 e 

of the David G, Flttning^ on Colorado Reef, 

lOjlO/ 

of the Erlip$e, off Cyperin. 16 m 6 /* 

of the Ethel, on Lundy Island, 8/6 y— 9/ 

5 <f— 20/ 10 c 

of the Feliz, at Bantry Bay, 3 / 5 c— 5 ; 1 1 a 

of the Forest King, off Santona, 26 /6 A 

of the fortitude, 22 f 6 a— 22 /10 c 

of the Frid, off Portel. 12/97 

of the George Cromwell, off Newfoundland, 

19 fSb 

of the George Green, 15/6 e — 24 j 6 e 

of the George Wa^ington, off Cape Race, 

7/5cU.7/8/» 

of the Goethe, on Lobos Island, 3/ 12 a 

of the Golden Age, near Amsterdam, G j Of 

of the Golden City, 13/8 a- 14 fb e 

of the Grnce HoUrtson, at Lavache, 9 j' 7 c 

— - of the Great Que^/tsland, Official Inquiry 

into, 30 m 9 6 

of the Hero, Official Inquiry, IdjSe 

-^ -* the Tnvereme. 22 / 6 « 
' the J(t,tte9, off Roachev Head. 2^ f' f 



Wrecka {continued), 

— of the Jessie, off the Isle of Man, 12/9 f 

of the Joht, in Itedwharf Bay, 2:i fTf 

of the John O' J aunt, at »Samar. 19/ 6 a 

of the La Belle, off Caistor, 3<)y 7 e 

— of the Lady Fane, at Haverigg, \0 j \(^ f 

of the Lwy Compton, at Oporto, 19/6 e 

of the Afiriri, at Sea, 17/H A— 26 fed 

of the Marietta, in the Queen's Channel 

21 /5 rf 

of the Medusa, 22 j 7/ 

of the Montgomery, 23/ 8 a 

of the Muse, at Braunton, ?2/ 10 c 

of the Nora Sf-otinn, at Sea, 27 w 9/ 

of the Oreta, Official Inquiry. 22 j 7 f 

of the Otago, at Chashind's Misuke, 20 / 

4 d 

of the Rarer, 6/6 5 

of the Riyil George, 3/8 a 

of the Jtwslund, off Long Iteach, 19 in 6 « 

— 28 M 5 e 
i.f the St. Lawrence, Official Inquiry, 18 

10/ 

of the Sea BeHe, near Antigua. 13/9/ 

of the Stranger, off Blunt Island, 16 / 9/ 

of tha Trev mnion, at Sea, 16 / tiJt 

of the Uruguay, off Ayr Harbour, 22/7/ 

of the Windsor Castle, Official Inquiry, 8 

12 a 
Wrecks off Dunany and Skerries, 6 ; 6 /" 
W&EGK OOKLMI 8I0NEB3 GOUKT : - 

the BarrnsfQid, 21 j lie 

the Beverley, 30 wi 9 6 

the Bonny, 12/11 c 

the Bfoinhall, Sm 10 /* 

— the City of Seiingopatam, 19/10 / 

the Dhooha, Abandonment of, 9/6 c — 13 / 

11 c— 15? 11 rf— 16 i\\ d 

the Uiike of Sutherland, 21 m 11 c 

the Ethel, 16/ II d 

the //. A. Brightman, 19/10/— 28/11 a 

the Rtscue^ 19 ; 6 e 

the Vine. 8 / 11 a 

Abandonment of the Woodham, 2/6 cf— 10 

/ 11 a— 11 > 11 a— I2i IC/— 19 3 11 e— 20 j 

11 c 
Wren (Walter^ Accessories to Fraud, 12/10 t 
Wright (J.) Allotment Gardens for the Poor. 

I2j'6e 

(Lewis) on Dubbing. 29./ 12 a 

Wyld {\)t. Geo.) on Vaccination Direct from 

the Calf, 30 i 10 a 

Y. 
Yachting Voyage Round the World. 6/66 
Yates (Edm.) on the Stafford-House Fund, 16 / 

10< 
Yellow Fever, Order in Council on, 31 / 8 a 
Yorke (J. R.) on Knigbtsbridge Barrack, 23 

Ud 
Young (^E. D.'i on ihe Exploration of the Lake 

Nyas<»a. 28/11 / 
(Capt. Allan) on the Knighthood Conferred 

on, 1 6 ni 5 d 
Men's Christian Association, Annual Meet- 
ing, 8 m lie 
Yule (Col. H.) on the Source of the Zaire, 14/ 



• 

Mar. 31, 1877.] talmku's index to '' thk timk.'j" NE\\>rAPKij. 



Zoo 



Z. 

ataire, Source of the. 18/11/--U /^6 « 
Zoolofncal Society*! Gardens, the Prince of 

Wales^s Natumi Hiatorj Collection Arranged 

111,20/6/ 



Zoolopcal Society's Gardens, Prince of Wales's 
J Indian Hunting; Trophies Exhibited in. 6/4 e 

i^dditional Snke Added. 1 m 6 /"— 5 m \0 e 

Death of the Kteper of the Seals. 23/6/ 

— 25.;9« 

the Queen at, 16 w U/ 

107 



TBI IKD. 




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INDEX 



TO THE 



TIMES lEWSPAPEE. 









1877. .-. ■ ■ - 



%K '^:'^n 1:1 



SPRING QUARTER— April 1 to June 30, 



^ The onlj true hiBtory of a country is to be found in its newspapers.'* 

LoBD Macaulat. 



SAMUEL PALMER, 76, STRAND, ViT.C. 

1877. 



PALMER'S 
INDEX TO "THE TIMES" NEWSPAPER. 



SPBING QUARTER— APRIL 1 TO JUNE 30. 



Rbpsrkiiok.—7^< Ttmei Newspaper hAvinpr a npimrate pagination to each number, the following method in adopted 
to suit it to any file: tbna 8 c 11 meauR ttth April, page 11, column A; the italic letter after the flrHt tl^ure 
noting the month, and the italic letter (according to alphabet) after the eeoond figure noting the column of 
the page. 



Aberdeen (Lord) on the Charitj Organization 

Society, 16 o 6 J 
Aborigines Protection Society, Annual Meeting, 

24 m 10 / 
Abyssinia and Bgypt, 25 m 9 y— 29 m 10 d--Zl 

m 5 e 

Professor Mitchdl Captured in, 5 m 11 / 

AOtlDENTS:— 

to J. A. Aidridge, a Marine, on Board the 

Jinrnortaliie, from a Block Palling on him, 16 

m 10 a 

— to Edwin Barlow, by Falling Over a 
Precipice, at Stockghyll Force, 30 m 10 <f 

— at Blaekheath, from a Landslip, on the 
North Kent liailway, 80 a 9/ 

on Board the Hospodar, at Cork, 28 a 10 cf 

■ H.M. Ship TetMrairt^ Two Men Dragged 

into the Dock while Shipping Cables, 24 a 10 e 
— -^ Boat Accident and Three Persons Drowned 

in the Trent near Nottingham, 9 a 11 c 

Capsized at Blackfriars and One Youth 



Drowned. 17 a 6/ 

off Dover and Three Persons Drowned, 

23 rt 10 (/ 

off Hammersmith and Four Persons 



Drowned, 29 m 10 c 

in the Isis and Two Gentleman Drowned, 



16>7« 



in the Mersey and Two Persons 
Drowned, 28 m 9 / 

at Spithead and Two Seamen Drowned, 

22 m 7 6 

Wandsworth and One Person 



near 



Drowned, 6 ; 5 /* 
Engulphed in a Waterfall at Teddington 

Weir and its Two Occupants Drowned, 2 a 7 
/—So 4/*— 18 a 6/ 

Sunk off Commercial Docks, 26 a 9/ 



— to Chas. Bolwell, in Climbing a Tall Poplar 
Tree and Saved from Death in Falling by 
being Caught in a Fork of the Tree. 4 m 12 6 

— to Major Bowlden, Mauled by a Tiger near 
Manselghur, 28 m 11 6 

— Bursting of the Reservoir Duna at Staf- 
fonlville. 9 a 9 « 

— to a Bicycle Kider and a Lady in Petersham 
Park, ^.im tiiC 



AoddentB (conttnuBd), 

to a Carman Sitting on his Shafts, having 

his Legs Smashed by the Wheel and a Lamp^ 

post, 8 a 7 e 
to a Child and its Nurse, Falling into the 

Serpentine, but Rescued by Two Gentlemen, 

80a 4 c 
to the Countess of Clancarty, from the 

Carriage Horses taking Fright in Piccadilly, 9 

;7/ 

at Dalton National Schools, from a Child 

Playing with a Piece of Dynamite, 4 111 6 e 

to Daviea. a Private, who Died from Injuries 

Received while on Drill at Chester, 8/6/ 

to Lord Devon, Thrown from his Horse at 

Exeter, 24 a 9/ 

to Richard Dixon, Buried Alive in a Sand- 
bed at Durham, 19 m 18 <f 

Explosion on Board the FiWomara, 19y 10c 

of a Boiler on Board a French Lroncladi 

off Villefranche, 16 m 5 e 

— — ^— at Ravensdale Works, Chatterley, 



Eight Persons Killed, 27 f 5 /— 28 ; 10 b 

of Gas in Bridge Road, Battersea, 19 ; 



10 a 



in the Commercial Road, 26 a 6 e 

at the London Joint Stock Bank, 

Borough, 16 m 10 6 

of Gunpowder, at Hall*s Factory, Faver- 

sham, 80y 18 a 

of a Torpedo, at the Welsh Harp, 5 a 6/ 



— to Edw. Hodge Eykyn, Killed by being 
Thrown from his Carriage, 28 a 9/ 

— Fall of a Bridge, at ^tash, on Coronation 
Day, 8Ci7« 

of a Building in Course of Erection, at 



Rochford, United States, 22 m 9 e 

of Scaffolding, in Brasenose Street, near 



Che8ter,and Three Workmen Seriously Injured, 
omW f 

ot Widcombe Bridge, Bath, and Groat 



Fatality, Tj 10 a— 8^ 6 rf— 11 i* 9/-.I6 ;' 7 c— 
25i 14 6 

Deaths from, 12^ 8 f 

Official Inquiry into the Cause, 9j0d 



— Ifiy 9/— 20y 10 «— 21 ;• 7 /— 22; 10 c 

— Fat 111 Landslip at St. Genevieve, Quebec^ 

Burying Ten Persons Alive. 22 m S 6 



Ace 



PALMKKS IKDKX TO " TUJC tl>Il£» NEWSPAPER. [April 1 "' 



Accide n ta f* on t Iwfl) . 

— Fatal, ill the Medway, while Bathing, 16 ; 

\{) h 
Kiflhinjr Boat Caught in a Storm and 



I 



Swaninwi, Eijjht Persona Drowned, 4 j 8 « 

Upset off tho Land'a End and Three 

Men Di-owned, 26^5/' 

to Alfred John Giiiiiigham, who Fell from 



St. Vint-enfa liocks, Clifton, 23 a 9 /* 

— to Great Am well, to Two Men Buried in 
an Excavation, 24 m 6 a 

— to George "Wm. Hntt, Drowned while 



Bathing, at hambeth Bridge. 15 / 10 d 
— to Jaiisei) and Neilson.Two Men, Suffocated 
in their Berths on Boanl tlie Ulrika, ^ a&f 
to Ja8. Keelcy, Drowned at Bournemouth 



while Bathing', 10/12/ 

LandsUp at St. Genevieve, by which. Five 



Persons were Elilled and Tea Buried Alive, 5 

1/17/ 
at the Launch of the SuratoQa, in the 

Delaware, Forty Men Rilled or Wounded, 23 

m o / 
to Hugh Little, who Fell from the Ramparts 

at Weymouth, 14 i* 11 e 
to John and Wen. Main, Drowned in Moray 

Fu-lh, U m 12 c 
■ at Meux*8 Brewery, Tottenham Court 

Road, from a Wall Falling on the Workmen, 

1 1 a 10 6 
— - to Professor Morf, Falling off a Slope on 

the Alps and Killed, 3 m 5 «---3 m 10 a 
to Jo«eph Mosley, Drowned in the Trent, 

at King's Mill, 7 w 5 /* 
— — to Mr. Geo. Edw, Ouffroy, Cut to Pieces 

by a Train at Kew when Crossing the Lines, 

2a4c 
at the Phoenix Ironworks, Manchester, by 

a Furnace Staging Falling on Two Workmen, 

24 a 10 e 
at Portishead Docks, to Two Workmen, 

14.J7 6 
Prior and Fry, Two Boys, Drowned in the 

Stour, 20/10/ 
to a Railway Van, in the Old Kent Road, 

from an Explosion and Fire in, from a 

Combustible Consignment, 9 o 6 c 
at Redhill Quarry near Edinburgh, Three 

Workmen Killed from the Earth Falling in 

on them, 21 j o f 
to John Roberts and Robert Jones, at the 

Fron Slate Quarry, from a Waggon Falling 

on tliem from an Incline, 28 m 10/ 
to Wm. John Smith, Shot Dead while 

Passing a Shoodng Gallery at Clent Hills, 2 

«7/ 
at Tay Bridge, by which One Workman 

was Killed, 21/9/ 
to Wm. Taylor, who Died in a Sparring 

Match, at South Sliields, 9 a 10 d 
to Three Men, Forcing an Entrance and 

Going Below the Leader Schooner, when 

under Fumigation to Kill Rats, 28 m 10 /* 
on Board the Thunderer, a Man and Boy 

Injured, 2(> m 8 e 
— — to Hannah Ward, Killed by the Explosion 



r^ 



.1.1. 



1 1\ 



n .1 



Aocidenta (i-ontinued). 

to Wieschen Catholic Church, Struck by 

Lightning, Six Persons Killed and Seventy 

Injured, 31 m 5 e 
ACOIDENXa-MINIKO :<- 
at Blue Point Hydraulic Claim, California, 

from the Bank Falling in Burying Thirteen 

Workmen, 26 a 9 ./ 
at Cooper's Bank Colliery, Two Men Injured, 

7m9 e 

Explosion ©f Gas at Nantyglo Pit, 29 m 9/ 

at Pottsville Colliery, 2i m 9 e 

at Wadesville Mine, near St. ClaiTj 

Pennsylvania, 10 m 5/— 12 m 12 c 
At Ynyshir C-olliery, 22 m 7 e 



at Great Bays Colliery, Tyldesley, 26 a 

9/— 12 TO 12 c 

at Mowbray Iron Mines, Fieiington, of 



Dynandte, 9 to 7 cf 
Fall of Coal in Himley Colliery, a Miner 

KiUed, 28 TO 7/ 
Fire Damp Explosion at Annesley CoUieiy, 

Causing the Death of Seven Men, 29^ 12 </ 
' in Annesley Colliery near Nottingham, 

18 TO 9/ 
at Lovelies Tin Mine, Two Men Killed, 18/ 

9 e— 30/5/ 
— at Roche la Moliere Coal Pit, a Fall of 

Coal Closes in Three Men for Five Days, 22 

to9/ 
at Troedyrhiw Colliery, Greater Rlionda 

Valley, 18 a 5 /*— 16 a 7 c— 17 a 10 c— 18 a 10 

6— 19 a 5 «— 20 a 8 a— 23 a 8 a— 26 a 8 r 
Albert Medal to be Given to the Rescuers, 

25 o 10 €—26 a 8 c— 26 / 9/ 

Case of Abby Dodd, 22 to 7 « 

Mansion House Fund for the Rescued 



and Rescuers, 24 a 8 6—25 a 10 /— 26 a 8 c— 
28 a 10 a— 24 to 9 /* 

Mode Adopted for the Rescue, 27 a 116 

Notes about, 24 a 8 6—16 to 7 /— 22 m 7 



e— 23 TO 12 a— 25 to 5/— 7 ; 5 e 

Performance at the Folly Theatre for the 



Aid of, 3 to 10 <f 

Rescue of the Imprisoned Miners, 21 a 



11a— 23 a 8 a— 28 a 10 a 

Royal Humane Society Awvrd Medals 



to the Rescuers, 2 m 12 d 

Thanksgiving Meeting, 24 a 8 6 

Mr. Williams Lecture on, 7 to 11 /* 



at the White Lee Collieries, the Steward 

Drawn Down and Killed, 6> 9/ 
AGOIDENTS— RAILWAY :— 

near Bacau, 28 m 5 6 

at Birmingham, New Street Station Tunnel, 

20a5 e 
Falling in of the Mont Cenis Tunnel, a 

False Report, 4 a 10 c 
to the ** Flying Dutchman/' from Two 

Carriages Taking Fire, near lieading, 25 in o / 

at Frankley near Worksop, 9 a 6 e 

near Highbridge, 3 to 10 a 

near Lichfield Station, 11 « 5/ 

at Matlock, 2 al d 

near Melrose Station, 2 a 7/ 

near Minster, from a Horse being Impaled 



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.^ I <\ .' «i 



.^uneCO 



tQ77 1 



PALXKU'a INDEX TO ** THE TJMRS '* NBWSrAPETU 



Ame 



Occidents — Bailwmy (contimtedX 

at >'ew burgh ^UitioDf 7 /« c 

between iiatiHtuck and Kioiiie, 2f»y 10 /* 

un the St. l^uuis and fNan J?rai)ciwo Railway, 

f<r<)ui soiue Thieves HeoMviiig the Huild lor 

I'lunder, 5 ; 5 d — » / 5 c 

at West Londou Junction, 19 a *J/ 

near Wood Greeii, Several Trucks Ignited 



by a Spark i'ruui an Kugine, 23j \i) a 

— to EUen Mary Bowleii, at Strawberry Hill 
Station, 3 a \0/ 

— to Three Cattle Drovers, at Nottingham, 
2.'> m 7 c 

— to a Lad, named N«ale, Killed while 
Crossing a Level W ay, 7 m 5 /' 

— to Kev. J. S. Taylor. liiUed at Witham 
Station, 22 m ii/—2H tu 10 6—2:* m 7 c 

— Collision at Bishop Stortiord, 10 a 9 /— 12 
a 10 6 

at Dunfermline Station. 2 o 7./ 

jieai' £liutihor|»e Station, Narrow Escape 



from, 30 a y / 

at Hudderafield Station, 21 m 6/ 



m it c 



- to Leysuiill. near Arbroath, 11 ff 18 /' 

- in Matlock Bath Tunnel, 14 m 11 « 
near Quaker's Yard, Aberdaro Valley, 10 



at Saltley Junction, P j 5 / 

at Whitehaven. 20 a 5 « 

at Woking Station, ia> 5/— 15 j 7«— 18 

J y <"-'''2j 10 c 
Accidents to Workmen. Liability of Employers, 

i) m 12 /• 
Aeic«T5 ^ B. St. John) Lecture on •* Deaf Not 

Dumb," 20 a i) / 
Adaius (^K, D.) oa New South Walos, 3 o 9 rf 

V K. W.> on the Leeds Execution, 4i u li < 

ADMiHALTT COURT :— 

the ^ trueeiif 2 J I'd e 

the Arizou'f^ \djl\ / 

" — the AnueniuA, o m 14 

tJie Atf(fjtf i III il « 

the CV/y of Berlin. 20 J 1 1 / 

the Cijnstuniiney iiO a 11 c 

the Ci/ln/e, 2;J / 13 f 

the iJtniHuik, 6 m lie 

the AjtiuUthUtiJ^ \4 III 13 « 

tlic I'VaiuoMiti, kS a 11 a 

i\\ki Harry S. JCdicardii — the TAa/wM, 13 a 1 1 d 

the UuiH^uldt^ 4 //I 1 1 « 

the J ant Wlutty 1 /« 11 c 

the Maryland, U j 13/ 

the Oak, 21 / 11 « 

the St. Putn Ic, 10 /« 11 6 

the Sirfiednn, 6 in \ f 

Cargd ex Hrhiller, 30 w 1 1 c 

the iSpuin — the iStroinboH, 10 a 11 ^—17 a 

11 b—l^n 11 //—23 a 11 b 
Adulteratiuu of Bread, rrosecution for, 11 

jM b 
Adulterated Dnign. \7 m\Od 
Advertising Swinules, 30 > 7 « 
jEronautical Society, Annual Meeting, 14 / 11/ 

Meeting of Members, 1 1 j 9 <i 

Afghani^(Hn and Khelat, 20i 7 a 
, and North West India, 30i 6 c 



Africfl, Congress at Brussels for the Exploraiiiirt 
and rivilization ot, 22 / 5 /— 25 / 7 / 

* Portuguese I'jcploration Ejci>etiition, 10 <* 

10 a 

West. Bp. Crowther's Lecture oo, 12 / 8 r 

■ Notes about, 15/4 « 

African Exploration, 2i j 5/ 

Agriculturai College. C irencester, ttj 10 c 

Company of Mauritius, 1 j H c 

Labourers Union, Mr. Arch at Banbury, 

17tflO< 

•€€ NaTIOKAL 

Returns, 25 m 4/ 

Show at Oxford. 14 m 9 <# 

AksakoflTs Speei h on Bulgaria, 2! m 4 a 
Alaska, the United SUtes Troops Evacuate, 23 

>7/ 
Albert Hall, Sale of Paid up Shares. 12 m 12 6 

Medal, New Kegulations, 2 m If 

Bestowmenis, 20 i (if—2^i 1*0 a 

Alcock (Sir R.) on Westminster Hospital, 2 m ^ 

/~18i8/ 
Alderman, Election of, for the Ward of Cheap. 

25 w 7 (/— 26 w 8^—29 m 7 c— 4 j 1 1 y— 5 / ? 

y— 10; 9 a— 27 j 12 A 

Scrutiny, TAj H c -26./ K) d 

Aldemey, Inquiry into the Rev^ue I«etarn« «f, 

1 / 12 6 
APlersliott Ghost, 28 4i 10^ 
Alexandra Palace Horse Show, 21/ 6 c 

New Lassees, 1 1 m 10 d 

o3 Whit-Monday. 22 m 6 * 

Aiford (Dr.^on Lead Poisoning, f 6 m V2 r 
AUred the Great, SUtne of, for Wanta^^e, Id ,« 

11/ 
AUnatt (Dr.) Weather in April, T^m C%e 

Alphabets, History of, by Isaac Taylor, 21 i 7 r^ 

Alsace-Lorraine, tee GraMA^r 

Amateur Librariunn. 6/ U u — 3/ 6 r 

Torpedo Expe.iment, a 10 J— 7 a 10 ./-»- 

9/?9e 
Amazon Steam Navigation Company, Anniul 

Meeting. 31 m 7 e 
Amber Trade. 31 m 5 e 
AKERIOA :— 
Agiicultural Department. Reports. 1>^ -f •' « 

— Iw5/— 29iii5a— 16/ 5<— 1», 7 ti^-i^i i 7 / 

—25 / 7 e 

Appointments. 3 <i 4 a 

Anny, Reduction in. 11 m o *• 

Blaine ( — )Letier on the Rejec c e<l Gorvm* ►rs, 

13 a 5 €—14 « 7 </ 
Briti:»h Association of Virginia, Annual 

Meeting, 25 m 5 « 
Celebration of the Pope's Jubilee in, 5/6 

d & e 
of Queen Victoria's Birthday at St. 

Petersburg, 25 w 5 </— 26 m 7 e 
Centennial Exhibition— Great Loss to the 

Stockholders, \l a 7 d 

Coal C.ompanies Arrangement, 7 ah d 

Columbia, Troops Ordered to b« Withdrawn 

from, 4 n 5 (/ 

the President's Order, 4 a S/ 



^— Commercial News, 18 in 5 d 
Consuls, Proposed to Seud 



C0Q9IMfiiil 



Ame 



palmer's index to " TH« TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 to 



America (cotinued), ^ , o - /• 

(.;on(fre»8 Convoked for October, 8 m o / 

CHpt. Cmpo and his Wife Sail in the yew 

Berijord for London, Themselves Only on Uoard, 

2\) mb f—\-^jod 

Crops from California. 23 / < ./ 

Declaration of War b'orinally Announced 

to, by Turkey and Russia. 2o m o f 

Decoration Dny. L\/ 7 6 

Diplomatic N-xvs li) n 5 <i— 21 a 7 rf— 80 a 

6 a— 2 m 7 e— 1 1 m Ti </— 4 J 7 e— 13 j 6 c— 18 

• Sir 1 dw. Thornton on a Visit to Lord 



Dufferin, W ah f « . ,a 
Return of Mr. Washburn from Pans. 10 



America (n}niinued\, 

Mount Oarmel Destroyed by a Tornado. 6 

National Debt, 3 o 3 />— 1 m 5 /— 2 m 7 «— 

3 m h e—th m \ I «--2> 7 b Aj 7 e 

Rifle Association, 1 1 ; 8 a 

Neutrality Proclamation, 24 tn 5/ 

New Loan. 1 6 j 7 e 

Orleans and Mr. Packard, 6 a 6 e 

York, Meeting of Managers of Companies 



a 6 e 

Dynamite Cartridges, 12 a 5/ 

Emigration to Sydney, 5 j 5 a 

Emma Mine Case, '60 a 5 a 

England Requires tlie Arrest of the Mur- 
derers of M'Clelland, a Scotchman, 1 ; 6 «— 

"Exajution of the *' Molly Maguire " Con- 
spirators, 14 i 5 C/-19 » o e— 22> 5 d 

Export lieturns. i) rt 4 /" 

- of War, Material to Turkey. 17 a 5 / 

Extrailition Treaty, 16 j 7 e ^ . ^ . 

Fifty-two Ton Gun Cast at Boston, 2 ; 7 ft 

Financial Difficulties in, 29 m 7 o 

Fisheries Commission, see Fisheries 

Four Per Cents, Subscriptions for, 23 

j 7 d 
and a Half Per Cent Loan Taken up, 27 

10 6 

Grant (Ex- President) Leaves for EngUnd. 

Honourably Received m Philadelphia, 

in London, will Stay at the American 



Embassy, 21 m 9/ 
Hayes (President; Hanquet to the Russian 

Princes at WashinKton. W) a b d 

Import Ki'turna. V6 i hf 

Indian Chief SiKif.ed Tail makes Peace 

with, ^ itbe ^ i-i 1 
Indians. 1,000 Surrender to Gen. Crook, 

IK u 5 e— 2H n o /" ,««.«. 
Coiiflict> with. 20/5/— 21 i 6 6—22 j 5 



d&f 



Further Surrenders, 8 m 5/ 



in Consultation in, A a 5 6 

Tammany Ring, bm 13 e 



International rermancnt Exhibition, For- 
mally Opened. Viml d „n ^ . 

Iowa Republican Convention, 30 7 7 tf 

Louisiana and Governor Packard, 7 a 5 d 

—21 n 7 d— 23 abe rr t. . , »* 
Mass Meeting of Citizens to Lphold Mr. 

Nicholls. 9a5/ ^ „^ e /• 

Miscellaneous News, 23 a o c— 26 ab t 

Special Commission of Inquiry. 11 a 7 / 

_U a 7 y— 16 a b rf— 19 a 5 ci— 20 a 5 c— 21 

aid . , ^ , 

Mediterranean Fleet, Re-inforcements for, 

^babd 

Mercantile Failures, 16 a 6 d 

and Mexico, 5 jw 7 /— 30 m 6 fl— 81 wi 5 «— 



— Paris Exhibition, Meeting at New York 
about being Represented at, 26 wi 7 e 

— Parties in, 14 j 5 rf 

Presbyterian Delegates to the Edinburgh 

Council Leave New York, 19 ; 5 e 

— President Hayes in Office, 3 a 4 o 
Addre.<<8es, 0066 

at B«6ton, 26 / 7 e— 27 j o fl—28 j 5 /— 

29i5e 

in Rhode Inland, 30^' 7 d 



— Railway Combinations. ISmb d 

— Repudiated State Bonds, 167 7 d 

— Resumption of Specie Payments in, 31 w 7 a 

— Retrenchment Enjoined by the President, 
30i/i 5e 

— Revenue Returns, 7 aod 

— Russian Naval Force oflE, 21 a 7 c 

— Silver a Legal Tender, 29 ; 6 d 

— South Carolina, 2 « 3 e— 6 a 5 6—21 a 7 d 

Mr. Chamberhiin Withdraws, il a 7 d 

Mr. Hampton m Office, 12 a 5 c— 16 a fi 



/•— 19 abd 

— Southern States now for the First Time 
Since the Rebellion Governed by its Own 
People, 2b a b d 

— Specie Payment, Resumption of. 4 a 6 </ 

— Tammany Ring and Mr. Sweeny, Sjbe 

— Tariff, 31 m 10 a 

— Territories of, 26 w 8 c 

— Mr. TUden at the Manhatton Club Protests 
against the Presidential Election, 14 J 7 d 

— Trade in, and the War, 28 a 6/ 
with, 21 ; 7 d 



— Treasury Bonds, 6 ci 6 e— 7 a 6 /-8 « 5 f 
—10 m b/—\A ni 8 a— 22 m 5/— 29 m 5/— U 
;■ 7 «— 127 5 «f— 23 ;■ 7/—2bj 7 e 

Sales, 28 m 5 /* 

— and Turkey, 31 mbf 

— Tweed to be Released on Restitution, 9 a 6e 
ReveaU the New York Ring, 30 « 6 /-5 



m 13e-16j5rf 

— United States Bonds Redeemable in Gold 
only, 21>o/'— 22J6</ 

— and Venezuela, 14 a 7 </ 

— War Materielfor the Belligerents Constantly 

Despatched, 2lm b f 

News, Effect of, in, 26 a 6 /— 30 9/— 



14fn9a 
American Beef, Shipments of, 167 7 « 

Trade in Manchester, 14 jf 10 6 

Cattle, Import Returns, 14i 11 e 

Farming, 26 w 9 e 

Investment Trust. Annual Mcetmg. 

mid 



16 



June 30, 1877.] palmer's indkx to ^^ the times " nswspapeb. 



Ans 



American Meat Trade in, 10 a 9 /— 12 a 5 /*— 16 

il2/— 21;7e 
First Direct Importation of, for Bristol, 

4a7b 
— ^ Sheep. Import of . 9 m 12 d 
Stock Markets, 10 m 7 /* 



American Inventor— Death of Ross Winans, 3 

in 11 a 
Amos (Professor Sheldon) on Neutral Rights 

and Obligations. 7 m 12 e 
Amphlett (Baron) llhie^js of, 6 a 11 a— 12 a 10 

c— la QHa 
Anaronda Serpent in the Zoological Gardens, 9 

a7 f 
Anatomical Confusion, 1 m 10 e 
Ancient Monuments, \i a 10 h 

Bill for Preserving, 27 / 4/ 

Ancketill (Mojcweil) on Juaiice in Turkey, 22 

Angling Prospec s, 30 m 10 e 

Anglo- Scotch Episcopalians. 2 a o c — 11 a 7/ 

Auti-Kussian Demonstration in Hyde Park, 7 m 

11 /— Ui/<8a— 2« /« 7/ 

Panics, 2 wi 12 A 

Anti-Slavery Society, Annual Meeting, 4/6 a — 

5j7d 
Anti- Vaccination Meeting, 16y 11/ 
Antiquarian Discoveries in Monmouthshire, 7 a 

10 « 

near Colchester, of Roman Pottery, II mAd 

in Mycenae, 20 a 4 o— 4 j 5/— 1 2 ; 4 /* 

at Olympia, 16 a 6 a 

ArchsBological Congress at Senlis, 29 m 5 rf— 31 

m lOc—l ;9/"— d> 12 A 

Researches in Troy and Mycenae. 12 a 8 a 

Treasures in the Wrong Place, i I »i II d 

ABCHES, &C. GOUiiT:— 

CHancel Screens, 16m II / 

Church of the Annunciation, Chistlehurst, 

16wll/ 
Hughes and Williams i;. Edwards, 5 j 1 1 « — 

19^ 11 d 
Marriner v. Bp. of Bath and Well^, 28 a 18 

rf—iJO a 1 1 c- 1 wH 1 d—7 in 1 1 c— 8 /// 12 e— 

17 mild 

— Return of, 4 a 9/ 

Ridsdalc v. tlif ton— Judgment, 14 m 11 / 

— 17w 11 «/— 21 m 10/ 

Church Association on, 14 / 7 /* 

Churches it Will Effect, 26 m 8/ 

Clerical Determination to Disregard the 



Judgment, I ; 11/ 

Meeting alK>ut, 24 m 9 c 

Notes about, 29 m 11 c— 31 



m 8 d— 4 I 6 
y-7> 8 A-8i 4y-9 ; 6/-28> 7/ 

Dr.Puseyon,28wi6c--28«i 116— Uy7 / 

Rev. Mr. Ridsdale Continues his Services 



as Usual, 28 m loy— 12 / 12 h 

St. Augustine's. Haggerston. 1 6 w 1 1 /* 

Arihibald ^^CMiiisul-Gen.) on Trade witli the 

United Stales, 21 j 7 « 
Arctic Expedition, Blue Book on, 6 a 8 a— 16 

j 12 c 
Sir George Narcs Receives Permission to 

Publie-h Account ot, 9 a 9 e 

Notes about, 21 m 11 e 

Return of the l?ox, 2;; m 12 a 



Arctic Dutch Expedition, 10 a 12 <f 

— Lime Juice, lij 6 e 

Arctic Medals, Distribution of, 9 m 10/ 

Scurvy Inquiry, 5 w 6 e — 16 m 8 c — 25 m 

11 b 
Argentine Confederation : — Amnesty Granted 

to Political Offenders, 14 m 8 u 
^—^ Collisions of Armed Men in, 16 m 7 a 

— Crime in, 16 m 7 a 
Export Trade, 8 m 6/ 

Financial and Social State of, lij S d 

Opening oi CongA^ss, 8 w 5 /* 

Argyll (Duke of) on the *' Russian Declaration,*' 

21 a8 6 

Reply to, 23 w 6 « 

on Indian Administration, IB i i2d 

Armenia. Campaign in. 4 ; 5 a — 5 ; 8 a — 13 i 10 

c— lo ; 8 a— 29> 10 b—SOj 18 a 

Turkish Misgovernnient in, 4 a 10 c 

Wedding in, o a 3 a 

Army Scripture Readers* Society, Annual Meet- 

ing, 19 m H e 
and Navy Pensioners' Employment Society, 

Annual Meeting. Id m 8 e 
Arnold (Arthur) on the *' Russian Declaration,'* 

24 •« 6 rf 

on Persia, 31 m 12 b 

Arsenical Ooloi?r"n./. M'yj 6 f 

Art Pottery and Porcelain on View at Phillips's, 

22 m 4y 

Sales, see Five Arts 

Artisans' Dwellings Act, Official Inquiry, 7 a ft 
</— 9rt 11 />— 11 a 13e— 14tt5 r/— 17 a 4 /— 

23 a 4 f/— 26 a 6 / 

Labourers' and General Dwellings Company, 

4/9 rf— 5^8 A 

Artists' Benevolent Fund, Anniversary Festival, 
23 « 5y— 14 m 10 r 

General Benevolent Institution, Anniver- 
sary Dinner, 14 /« I(» c 

AsceuAiun Day, Services. 9 ;« 12 e 

Ashbury (James) CurreiJpondenco with Mr. 
Gladstone on the EH>te:n Question, 4 a 8 c 

Asia Minor, Campaign in, 22 / 10 a 

sfe War in tiik East 

Assault of a Servant on her Mistress at Yoxford^ 
10 II 10 a 

Astronomio'sl Disappointment, 2 ad f 

Asylum for Tailors, I- n lu e 

Atlantic Perils, 18^ 5 d 

Atlas Assurance Company, 2jdd 

AUSTilALIA : - 

Appointments and Resignations, 26 a 6 « 

Mr. Berry's Spetch and its Consequences, 

10 » 12 a 

— Budget, 10 a 12 A 

Conferencrc nf Delegates from the Colonies 

of, on a Dupl)c;ite ('able to England, 10 a 12 n 

Customs ^nd the Firm of Stevenson's, 10 m 

12 a 

Defence Movements, 26 j 5 / 

Elections, 29 m \0 d 

Emigration to Southern, 11 a 5 rf 

Federal Scheme, 10 a 12 6 

General Election, ]0 a 12 a — f>j 4 d 

Parliamentary Proceedings, 26 a 6 c— 6 ; 4 rf 

Proposed Property Tax, 10 a 12 a 



FAUIKU^« INt^EX. TO ^ THE TIMIM ** N&W8PAPEK. 



[April 1 to 



AoiitTaUa {mutinued). 

- — liain in, 14 /« 5 </ 

-*— Ikvenue Riitums, 10 a 12 <r— 29 m 10 /^ 

— ^ South— Commercial News, 30 a b & 

Misicellancou* News, 20 j of 

'■ Mure Immigrants Needed fur theHarYcst, 

Population Returns. G 7 10 /" 

a iSixry-ou'»ce N ugget Found in, 10 w 1 1 ./* 



Union BNnk Purel^^ the Criterioa Uotei, 

10 </ V*b 
Austntlinn Aborivrnes, »1 m \0 f 

(iuana Islands. 31 m 10 / 

Mortgage, Laud and Fiiiance Compan)*, 13 

a 12 a 

Planta, 7 J 6 < 

Silk. 1 1 w D /• 

Gfvwer*' Depot, 7 wr4 / 

Trutft and Agency Compaiiy, I m$a 

Auslria :— Army, 2*J w t* «— 22 ; o r 

< eiebration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of 

Archduke Albrecht Entry iBi«> the Army, 2t> 

aba 

ArMre<sc8 Presented, 20 a & 6 



Banking C^ontmuefl), 

e— 20a le^c— 27 all e— 11 mlOb^}Sm]fih 
— 25 M 7 a -1 > 6 h^6 ; 6 a— 15 ; 10 6—22 j 
10/— 2!) J 11 /i 

Bank of England, Rise in the Discount, 4 

mSa 

of France. Weekly Return, 60 6 r— ISo 

10rf-2U a 10 ^:-27 a 11 f--^ m 6 c— 12 » n 
c— 18 m 10 //— 25 M 5 /a— 25 i« 7 a— 1 > 5 c— I 
/6 a— 8 ; 5 <^lo ; 5 d— 22 > 5 r— 29> 5 e 
Half-yearly Dividend, 2b / 5 e 



Tnzatiun Returns. 2 « 4 a 

Austrian i'olicy in the Kust. 2J> m d/—*2^i 6/ 

Xeuirahiy. 22 ; 5 e—^H j 7 fl-2^ j 7 tt— 2(» 

'/ 5 r — 22 / 5^ «^— •;» 7 u r;^— 2*.» / o c 
Au!4(ri)oliunguviitu Intere.nts, M. Tibia's S|>eech^ 

— tW Knjpr-or by Telegram Appiuda the 

>l»e< eh, 2'J i ^ <• 

Treaty ut ('uuuiiercu. 2y /w 5 e 

Au.huniy I.1 Maiiei* of Upinion, li^j 7 f 

ll;il',\ Farniiii^j, 4 a 10 <• 

FiirnM. 23 /« 7 c 

lijiilly iioufe.1, lU #tf (»/■ 

iSaguaii ^John) and ^uns (Limited) liei)on, 13 } 

U r—lA i \i d—'»^ 3 11 a 
15ainot^^Alau)on Lightning Conductors, tOrt 10 rf 
Baatr (^B.j on tlie Ureat Wediern ol Canada, ii) 
u G /> 

^Col. Valentine'^ Serioiis Illness of, 8 m He 

Bankers— Amiual Dinner ol the iingli^ll Country 

Bankers* Association, G7 11 c^ 
BANKING :- 

Anglo- Austrian, 21 m 7 a 

Anglo- K^^yplian, 21 m 7 a — 1 ; 6 c/ 

Ang»o-l?'oivig»i banking Company, 24 a 11 a 

Anglo- Hungarian. 4^ M d 

Bank of liengnl, 22 j 10 e 

of Bombay, I4> 8 c/— 15 ; 10 a 

of British NoriU AuKTica. 2 ; 9 d — 7 / 8 c 

of England, Weekly Returns, 6 a 6 c — 13 

a 10 c ,Sc «/— 20 o 10 c & /— 27 a 1 1 e & y— 4 m 
G c— 11 w< 10 6—18 m 10 /( «Sc <>— 25 m 7 a & b 
— 1 ; G 6 & «— 8 / G o & 6—15 7 10 6 & c— 2i) 
711 6 

Annual Return. 7i G o 

Arenige fetock of Bullion Hold by, 11 



a 12 /^-4 «i G 6—31 m 7 0— 2ii ; 1 1 6 

Divide.ids 1 m G q — I'J m if n 

Election of Directors, i 2 « 7 a 



-r^ of Montreal. 24 « 11 a — 21 7 7 a 
— of New South Wales, 2 «/ 12 a— 20 J 7a 
Zealand, 5mi8/i— 21>7rf 



of Roumania. 18/9 « 

of Scotland Report, 9 a 7 « 

' ol South AustraKa/il j 7 a 

of Spain, 28 m 7 a— 9 7 12 d 

of Victoria, 10 « 6 d 

BiMtkers* Clearing Hvuse, Weekly Return. 

^«Gr— 13 a >0 c/— 20 « 10 /•—27 a II / — 1 » 
6 r— 1 1 w 10 6—18 M 10 6 -2vj w 7 6—1 ; li r 
— 8> G 6-16 ; 10 c— 22 / 10 /— 29 ; 11 6 

StatiEttics ef the Working of, for tlie last 

Ten Vearn, 3 w 7 '•— 7 «# 7 » 

Ban(|ue de Paris. &c.. Cieneml Meeting, 14 

at 7.; 
— — B^iti^h Linun Company Bank, 20 / 7 ^i 
— — ChMrtered, ol India. AuHtralia and China. 

n a 13 r 
Mercantile, of India, I..«»ndoD and ChiB.% 

f^te G </— 7 «f I J .» 

(Cheque, Balance Sheet, SO a 7 # 

Annual Meeting, 3 »« 7 « 

CoViiMak 22 ; lU e 

4»f New Zealaad. Ha f» 6 

Commerci{il, ot' AlcXiindriii, H^ a (» 6 

- Coniparisoa of t'»e Bank of Engbind whh 
xhv I'riceb of Consuls and French lieiiies. Gm 
G6— li#i lOr— 20 a H^c- 27 a 11 /— 4l«♦»** 
— 11 w 10 6—18 m 10 6—25 u, 7 a— I / *>6-;* 
i6/»-15i 106—22./ ii}f—-JdJli b 

Delhi and Londf>nv 1 2 a 7 e 

Deutsche, of Berlin, 28 a 12 a 

English, of Bio de Janeiro, 3 m 7 u — 1 1 w 

laa— 24 m 7 e 

Imperial, of Germany, 6 a 6 c — 11 a 12 6— 

18 a G 6— 2/5 a 12 «— 26 wi 7 0—0 / 11 a— 12 j 
G a— 18 / 7 «— 20 j 7 a— 27> G a— 28> 7 Q 

04toiHan» Annual Meeimg. 28 / 7 e 

Ionian Banks, 30 /« 7 e 

Land .Mortgagev ol India, IjG a — Aj ^d 

London, of Mexico, 12 a 7 a 

Chartered, of Australia, 21 a 13 a — 8 w 

11 rf— 21 m 7 f 

~ of Mexico and South America, 21 a 



13 c 



New Director, 18 a (i r 



and County, 16^ 13 a 

- and llansteaiic. Dividend, 30j 12 a 

- and Biver Plate, 30 m 7 a 

- and JSouth Africa, 4 m G d—oj 11 a— 20 



/ e 



111 



and South Western, 13 « 12 a— I j 6 a 

— Mercantile, ot River Plate, 19 a 6 a — 3 mlr 

— Mills & Co., and Cave <k Co., of Bristol 
Anialj;i!i'Hfp. 30 a 7 u -1 m G a 



June .?0» 1877.] pai.mek^s inukx to ** tiik timks*' jcKWdr-ArKK. 



Br.zi 



Banking (rontitiued). 

^iutional^ of India, *2^ a ]\ a & i 

' (»f Paraguay, \l a \2 h 

Provincial, of England, 11 m lOo— 12 i« 

\3e 

Orienlal Bank Corporation, 20 a 10 6—21 

o 13 c 

Private and Joint Stock, Circulation Re- 
turns, I] a 12 b — i m 6 //— 31 in 7 6— 2U> 11 a 

Provincial, df Ireland, 21 m 1 f 

Royal, of Scotland, 7 ; i^a 

Scotch and Irish. Specie Held by, 11 jj 12 

6—4 ntiifp -:n m 7 h—i'Aj U b 

Standard, of British South Africa, 18 (t G 



c— 21 a 13 6—30 a 7 c— 5> U a— 20^ 7 c— 21 
i 7 a 

— State of SharcN in, see evtty dtitf*8 paper 
Union, of Scotland, 2(i a 7 a 



BAKKRUPTCIES : 

Abbs. Jonathan, 20 ; G/ 

Abdelinalek Abdelgani Hidcr Efifendi, 20 

> 6 / 

Adlnrd, Win. Peacock Ely, 30 w 8 c 

Adnaius, VVni., 28 a 10 c 

Aiken, A.. 5 in 10 c 

M., la G/* 



Aikenhead, T., 12 m It 
Amoux, Jacques, 14 ci 11 6 
Ander»m, W., 13 ) 8 c. 
Atkinson, 'J hon. Weatherbv, 80 / 12/ 
Baillie, 1). H., (jyuA 
W. M., 27 ;■ 8 6 



Bainbridgc^ihos. Young Cftmijbell, 13^ 8 e 

Baines. »ederick, 19 7« 10 a 

Baldwin, Daniel, 16 w 8 a 

Balmer, W. U 13 78c 

Barclay, II. and J. R., 23 w 8 6 

Barr, J.. U n, 10/ 

W.. 23 m 8 b 

Barrett, C. H., 1ft m 10 a 

- Barton. Ann, IG iw 8 a 
Batchelor, W., H / 10 6 

Bates. Charles Bromley, 9j 106 

Baxter, S. and E.. 2 m 0/ 

Beao. J., 2G m 10 r 

Beanhuid, Clwa. .Jns., 6^' 8 6 

Beattie. D., 23/ lu a 

Beddard. JoHhua. 25 a !^ a 

Bell, J., 28 m 10 r 

Bent. Edward Stanley, IG> 10 e 

Bentley. Fuller, 21 n 10/ 

bemal, Joseph. 12 m 7 /' 

Bernard, Godfrey Louia, jun., C ; 8 6 

Berry, Arthur, Ij Sf 

Biddy^ Benjamin. m 10/ 

Birch and Brown, 1 G /« a a 

Black, W., 2 w !♦ /' 

Blackwood, J., 9 m 10/ 

Blakeley. James, 20 > (» € 

Blanc, Sir Sevmour, 14 a 11 ^ 

Booth, John,'l I a 9 e 

Boyle, J., jnn., 12 «/ 7 /* 

Breeds, Morgan. 1 1 n \) e 

Biouk, Henry Jolin, 18 n G « 

Brown, Abraham Harrison, 21 a 1 1 /*^ 

Jane. 14 a U 6 



Bankruptcios (nmthtwdj. 
— Bruckner, Aui;u»iUi<, 23 « 8 6 

BruniiHi. A., io /« t< h 

BuiUaDun. J., i M M J 

R. Al.. 18 « G a 

BulWn, J., 7 « G/ 

Bnrall, Edward,'28 a lOr 

Burningh.ini, J. and James F^ 2G m 10 c 

Calder, R. J., 23 m 8 6 

Callow and Sniitli, 27 i 10 6 

Campbell, J. b.. 7 « G/ 

Cardozo, Wm. Page, 4 « 8 6 

Carlon, H., 5 //* 10 c 

C.'irshiw, J., 7 « G/ 

Carlir, tiiles, 28 a 10 c 

Caflj), G., VZ ml f 

Chibholm, E., IG > 10 c 

J., 26 a 10 c 

Clapham, T« 2G w 10 e 

Clark, J., 2j 6/ 

John, 6 m 10 c 

—: \Vm.,2>8/ 

Wm., Stephen and Cheetham, Benjamiiv 

9 m 10/ 

Clarke, Arthur. 20i 6 / 

Clubley, Wm. Henry, 23 j 10 a 

Clunas. A., 21 tt 10 /* 

D., 9> 10 6 

Cooper, Walter, Idj 10 c 

\\ m. Jolui, 1 1 a 9 «— 23 i 10 a 



Coverdale, John, 23/10 a 

— ^ Creecy, Charles, 19 m 10 a 

Crich, Samuel, 12 w 7/ 

Cunningham, J. L., 12 ml/ 

Currie, M. M., 2G m 10 c 

R.I.,2>«/ 

Curtis, J. T., 12 m 10 o 

Dalgleish, J^ 28 a 10 e 

l>alziel, VV., 19 w 10 a 

Danziger. Hermann, 21 # 10/ 

Davenport and HoUiday, 19 m 10 a 

Davie, Geo. John, 13> 8 c 

Davies. A. R. D., 11 a 9 e 

G. and 1)., 23 m 10 c 

Davits, Howard Protheio, 1 1 a 9 e 

Davison, W., 9 m 10 6 

Dean, H., jun., 9 w 10/ 

De Eivas. Syilney. 4 f< 8 6 

Dennis, Joseph, 23 j 10 a 

D'Unsfey, Riclwrd Standish, 18 a G a 

Dewhursi, James Hindle, 12 /« 7/ 

Diichburn, J., 23 </ b 6 

Dobson, Thus. Wriggles worili, 13; 8 e 

Dodds, Archibald Tait, 1 G wi 8 a 

Dodwell, Robert Valentine, 28 a 10 c 

Dootson, John, 9 m 10/ 

DougUs, R. and J., 2 w 9/ 

Dudgeon, G., 27 > 8 6 

Dunkjp, W. and J., G^ 8 6 

Dykes. Andrew, 30 i 12 / 

harle, Henry, 97 10 6 

Edwards, Henry, 9 / 10 6 

KlKin, J., 2G /// lO t- 

,Kll. cult, —, 14 a 11 6—16 /n 8 a 

Wm. I'Mwin, 30/ 12 f 



Ellison, Richard Wm., 13i 8 c 



Ban 



IWI.MKU'.^ INDEX TO *' THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[AprQ 



Bankruptcies (rontirmed). 

Kveriii, Win.. J,i u, 8 b 

Kairley, A.. 2(> /// 10 c 

— Ferguson, !>., 4 u H h 

Ktiz-Patrick J. H. P., 28 a 10 c 

Flewnng, J., son., 21 a 10 /' 

Forbes, David Ernkine, 12 m 7 f 

Ford, Henry, 23 m 8 b 

Fouter, Wm. Henry, 23 ; 10 a 

Fraser, J. and K., 12 m 7 f'—ii jSb 

French, J. H.. 7 a 6 /" 

Fulierton and Campbell, 19 m 10 a 

Galbraith, J.. 20> «/ 

Gamble, H. R., 2jH f 

Ga8«, Fred., 25 o 9 a 

Gassland, A., 23 m 8 b 

Gawne, Wm., 19 m 10 a 

Gentle, J., 23 m 8 b 

Gibbs, Henry, 25 a 9 a 

Gilbert, James and Margaret, 28 a 10 c 

Gilroy, E., 27> 8 6 

Godden, Daniel 21 « 10 /* 

Gomersall, Henry, 1 1 a 9 « 

Goodwin, Price, 16 /n 8 a 

Gordon, Allan, 27jSb 

Grant, Wm., 2 m 9 /" 

Grantham, W E., 21 a 10 J 



Gray, C. C, 9 j 10 b 
T., 19 m 10 a 



'^l 



Greener, T., 12 m 7 f 

Gwynne, J. W., 26 *m 10 c 

Hackett, R., 14 o 11 6 

Hacon, Martha, 28 a 10 c 

Haggart, A. and R., 7 a 6/ 

Hall, Matthew, 13 ; 10 c 

Hamilton, Wm., 21 a 10/ 

— - Hanson, John, liimb a 
— - Uarby, James, 277 8 6 

Hardy, Ch iriotte, 2 w 9/ 

Harrison, J.. 27 j 8 b 

Harvey. Wm. Meadows. 9 wi 10 /* 

Hawkes, Thos., ia S b 

Hayne. H. Wm. and Charles, 13 y 10 c 

Heinemann, Berthold, 9/10 6 

Henderson, D. W., 12 m 7 f 

John 1 ravers, hm 10 c 

Henet, John Frederick and Wm., 13 7 10 o 

Henn, Charley M., 23 m 8 b 

Henry, F\, 6 w 10 c 

Hewlett, John Samuel, 2 m 9/ 

Higginson, R., 1 1 a 9 « 

HUl. J., 19 m 10 a 

W., 7 a 6 / 



Hilton, James and Ashton, 30 m 8 c 
Wm., 12 m 7/ 



— Hodgson, J., 6 w 10 c 

— Hollihead, W. H., 30j 12/ 

— Holm, F'rancis, 2 m* 9/ 

— Holton, George, 2y 8/ 

— Holy man and Hewitt, 80/12/ 

— ^^ Horlock, HoUed, Darrell, Cave and Smith, 
9/»^10/ 

— Horrocks and Banks, 28 a 10 c 

— Hughes, Wm., 9 Ml 10 / 

— Hume, A., 26 m 10 c 

— Hunter, D.. 14o lU 

— HunUey, M., 2^8 / 



Bankruptdes (continued), 

Hutcheson, R, 6 w 10 c 

Hutchinson, Thos., 20; 6/ 

Ingus. T., 21 a 10/ 

Jack, J.. 2> 8/ 

Jackson, Joseph, 4 a 8 6 

Jacobs, James, 28 a 10 c 

James, liobert, 21 a 10/ 

Jane, Charles, 25 a 9 a 

Jary. Eldred, 2 m 9/— 30 ; 12 f 

Jenkins, G., 2 iit 9y 

Leoline Cook, 28 a 10 c 



Jenks, Arthur, 30 m 8 c 

Jockel, C. and F. W., 23 m 8 6 

Johnson, John, 14 a 11 6—21 alO f 

Jones, J. R., 6 ; 8 6 

T., 26 m 10 c 

JopUng, Joseph, SOj 12/ 

Joy, Thos. Jonah, 27j6b 

Kaye, David, 30 w 8 c 

Keel, Geo., 14 a 11 6 

Kendall, H., 28 a 10 c 

Kinnis, John. 27 ; 8 6 

Kitchen, Joseph. 1 1 a 9 e 

Knight, John, 11 a 9 < 

Knox, J. A., 4 a 8 6 

KoUaway, Oscar, 21 a 10 /* 

Lamb, J., 16 m 8 a 

Lamyman, George, 9 m 10/ 

Langley, Wm., 9 m 10/ 

Law, J. W., 26 m 10 c 

Lawton, Seth, 2 m 9/ 

Wm., 19 m 10 a 

Lay laud, T. A., 16 w 8 a 

Lee, J., 14 a 11 6 

Ley, Edwin, 18 a 6 a 

Link, R. C, 14 a 11 6 

Lister, Thos., 2jSj 

Ling, R., 19 m 10 a 

Lloyd, Ed w., 2 > 8/ 

Loxton, Charles, Made 

- — Luckie, Wm., 1 1 a 9 e 

Macauiay, J., 27> 8 6 

Mackay, Thos. Gardner, 28 tf 10 r 

Mackenzie. Charles Henry, 12 m 7/ 

Macleod, Capt. N. A., 19 m 10 a 

Mappin, W. A., 20 J 6/ 

Marks, Henry, 21 a 10 /* 

Simon, 30 m 8 c 



Marland, John, 4 a 8 6 

Martin, H., 25 a 9 a 

Martyn, Smith, 27 ; 8 6 

Mayer. H.. 7 a 6/ 

M-Ainsh, P., 19 m 10 a 

McAllister, J., 25 a 9 a 

M*Ewen and Nelson, 16y 10 c 

M»Farbine, F., VSj 8 a 

J., 13; 8 c 

M'Gowan. J., 16 m 8 a 

M*Hattee, W., 26 m 10 c 

M-Iniyre, J., 26 m 10 c 

M*Kis80ck, T., 30 m 8 c 

M'Lajhlan, W., 23 /« 8 6 

M*Neill. J., 2'Sj 10 <i 

M'Walter, R.. 2 mi 11 / 

Meers, Wm. Simmons, 30 wi 8 c 

Meldrum, J. 1. and A., 9 m 10 6 



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Baa 



XankruptcieB {rontinuetiy 

Mellur, Jaiiie8, 23 i« 8 d 

Menzics, J., 28 a 10 c 

Mery, P., ») m 8 c 

Michael, James, 27 j 8 6 

Milborne, C, 26 m 10 c 

MUier, W. M., 25 ad a 

Morris, D., 80 ) 12 6 

Mould, George, 2 m 9/ 

Mowbray, W., 3 mi 10 6 

Moyes, L., 25 a 9 a 
Mullen, George, 13^ 8 c 
MuDden, Joseph, 30> 12 ^ 
Nelson, K., 23> 10 a 



W.. 23 J 10 a 



Newton, Eliza, 11 a 9 e 

— John Dennis, 12 m 7 f 
Nicolson, J^2 mdj' 

— James U., 13 7 10 c 
Nisbet, H^ jun., 11 a 9 e 
NlTison, A., 27 ; 8 6 
0*Brien, ¥,, li a U b 
Omao, Dayid, 5 in 10 c 
Orr, A^ 26 m 10 c 

Paddison, Charles John, 20 ; 6/ 

Pagett, G., 14 all 6 

Parke, Charlotte Elizabeth, 19 m 10 a 

Parry, Francis, 12 m 7/ 

Patterson, J., 2 i 8 / 

Payne, J., 20 j 6/ 

Peacock, Charles, 16^ 10 c 

Pearse, G. A., 5 m 10 c 

Pearson, E. M. and Brown, H., 90 j 12 J 

Penn, Geo. Wm. and Gardiner, J., 30 m 8 c 

PhUUps, Nathaniel, 19 tn 10 a 

Phillipson, J. W., 12 m 7 J 

Potts, Wm., 28 a 10 c 

Pratt, George, 25 a 9 a 

Price,E.E., 14all6 

Primrose, E. and Miller, M., 16^ 10 c 

Pulsford, Thos. and Tom, 16 m 8 a 

Quin, Pat. and M'Wade, Hugh, 18 a 6 a 

Kawnley, E., 12 « 7/ 

Rayner, Wm., 19 m 10 a 

Reed, J., 30 m 8 c 

— Thos. Edwin, 27 ; 8 6 
Rigg, John, 12 m 7/ 
Ritchie, J., 14 a 11 A 
Rogerson, Michael, jun., 6 J 8 6 
Rose, Samuel, 9 ; 10 6 

Roth well, James Bagg, 19 m 10 a 
Rudstad, Andreas, 25 a 9 a 
Samson, G., 21 a 10/ 

— G. and A., 6186 
Sargent, Wm. John, 18 a 6 a 
Said, James, 80 m 8 c 
Scarborough, Stephen, 2j Sf 
Scott, A., 2 mil/ 

— John, 16 m 8 a 

— R., 19 m 10 o 
Sharpe, John, 6 i 8 6 

— W. J., 30 HI 8 c 

Shaw, English Rhodes, 20^ 6/ 
Shellard, Uenry, 9 m 10./ 
Shephard, John D., 9 ni 10/ 
Simpson. Job, 9 m 10 /* 



Bankruptcies {rontinued). 

>iiicliiir, v., 5«i 10 c 

Sim. Defcidario, h ih 10 f 

Skulton, Mary Jottephino, 27 j S It 

Skelton, WuK. U Q 1 1 6 

Skirving, J., 'IH a U) c 

Soiallpiece, Geo. Mulyneux, 2 « 0/ 

Smallwood, Henry and Henry, 19 m 10 a 

Smith, Arthur Heavens, 28 a 10 c 

Eliza. 14 « 11 6 

George, 1 1 a 9 < 

John, 30 m 8 c 

R., 4 a 8 6 

T.. 11 a9« 

Smyth, K.. 26 m 10 c 

Southerland, W. S., 19 m 10 a 

Speed, A., 28 a 10 c 

Spruce, Thomas, 21 a 10/ 

Stevens, Pierre. 18 a 6 a 

Stevenson, J.. 27^ 8 6 

W. 23 m 8 6 

Stewart, R. B., 18 7 8 c 

Stillwell, J. N., 11 a 9 « 

Stivens, J. and W., 19 «* 10 a 

Stringer, W., 5 m 10 c 

Sudlow, Wm. EU, 9 w 10/ 

Sundell, Seymour, 11 a 9 e 

Swain, James, 23 m 8 6 

Sword, J., 6 J 8 

Tait, J. C, 21 a 10./ 

Tavemer, George, i 1 o 9 « 

Thomas, W., 11 d 9 e—20j 6/ 

Thompson, G., 23 > 10 a 

J.R., 23wi8^ 

W., 7 a 6 /• 



Thomson, J., 23 HO a 
W., 26 m 10 c 



— TUley, G., 26 m 10 c 

— Tiptaft, Susan and Charles, 7 a 6/ 

— Tomlinson, Charles, 2 mdj 

— Townsend, Frederick George, 25 a 9 cf 

— Trewin,T., Made 

— Truman, Daniel, 18 a 6 a 

— Turner, Frederick Henry, 20 ; 6y 

— Vamam, James, S0jl2 f 

— Vince, Wm., 12 m 7/* 

— Vogt, G. H., 18 ; 10 r 

— Wainwright^ Ann andJ^Meek John Wm. 
5 m 10 c 

— Walker, G., ZOj 12 f 
J., 6j 8 6 



WaUace, Alfred Henry, 23 m 10 6 

— J., 12m 7/ 

— James Jeffryes, 12 m 7/ 
Watson. W. and D., 16 m 8 a 
Watt, H., 19 m 10 a 
Wraith, T., 2 1*8/ 
Wheeler, W. H., 2i8/ 
White. J., 23 ; 10 a 
Williams, S. J., 26 m 10 c 
Williamson, Arthur Wellesley, 25 a 9 a 

R. N., 4 a 8 6 



Wilson, George, \2m7 f 

Woodhall, Thos. Alfred, 27 ; 8 A 

Woods, J., 5 m 10 c 

— - Wookey. Wm. Elkanah. 9 w 10 / 



J5aa 



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AjH'al 



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- - \\ .i_lii. (i«'iML" jmi.. 21 o \0 r 

- Viiiuii.'. !{.. 4 */ •> ft 

i;. KKiiUrTCX a:nj^ulled:— 

A'U on. J. W.. 'jt\ ni 10 /• 

- A>liwi)rih. .Iti*t*j»li I'rown, 16 / lOr 

!»ill 'nuniiRH ( iiiirt on, o m iOc 

iWiille. Win.. 2<; w 10 c 

liuiler. .I<ib., 14 ** 11 A 

CarnplK'll, Alexander Franc w, U «• 'Oy 

Clement. Fnincix, 9 m W/ 

l)avi<l«. Jolin. 18 n a 

l>(Mlnmn, ri.-iirut. "S a 10 r 

i iknk);ion. riioiiing. Z.i in ^ h 

Evnnt", 'Ihos.. 2s n |(t ,- 

GrHliiini .liiHcph. \'A j f< r 

Hacke-t. !< cliaid, li; m 8 a 

Ilawke«. 'lhon»a>. IH / 10 c 

Jdb. Thomas. 20 / i> / 

Johnson, Wm.. \4 j « e 

Jones, Thoina!*, 2 w 1» / 

Kilby, Wm. Andrew, 25 a 9 <i 

Kilner. Wm., 9 m 10 / 

Marshall, W. H.. 27) 8 h 

MMUlan, H. T. C, 16; 10 c 

Troctor, Henry, 25 a 9 /i 

Ponitt, D. H,, and J. Jan., 23 m 8 6 

Smiih. Joseph. 5 m 10 c 

Wm., 23 HI « h 

Vest wood, John and Hobden, 30y 12/ 

WaiUms, A. W.. 30 m 8 c 

BANKEUPTCY COURT:— 

Public Kzaminations. 4 r» 8 h — 7 a 6 /*— 11 

li 9 «— 14 ri U /,— I8t/6 «— 21 a 10 /"— 25 a 9 
«— 28/1 10 c-2 «i 9 /*— 6 w 10 r-9 m 10 /— 12 
M 7 /•— II) m 10 a— i'B w 8 A— 26 m 10 c— 80 m 
8 c— 2 / 8/— Oy 8 6—9 / 10 //— 13 J 8 r— 16 j 
10 c-f>0 ; 6 /*-23> 10 a— 27 ; 8 A-30 / 12 / 

Aberga8,*Bro8., & Co., 20 « 11 A— IS^ 11 / 

lUum, John, IG « 1 1 //— 26 « 1 1 c- 7 / 13 e 

Blane. Sir Seymour, 26 a 11 «— 19 m 13 U 

lUoomer, C, 2/ 13/* 

Blum & Co., 19 m 13 d 

Breslin, E. W. W., jun., 28 i 11 « 

Carrcll, Thomas Robert, 26 wile 

Carter, John Money, 10 a 11 b 

Challen. B. S., 13 a 1 1 // 

Chapman and I^hany, 25 ; 13/ 

Charlton re Charlton. 8 m 4 /' 

Clapham, Thomas, 13 a 11 d 

Surrey Gardens, 15 w 11 /' 



Collie, A. and W., 3 m 11 « 

Comyn, G. E., 1 1 a 13 f 

Culler. Henry, 10 wi 11 A 

Hankey, Bros., & Co., 19 j 11/ 

Hartmont, E. II., 2 j 13./ 

Huv, Henry Herd, 21 ; il e 

Higgs, B., 26ill/ 

Hirschfield, Lowe & Co., 5 m 14 c 

Howard, C. H., 31 mile 

Kennard, D.. 25;' 13 f 

Kitchen, Thomas, 80 a 11 rf— 2 m 13 /— 16 

yii./- 

Kitto, O. W., UjXSf 

Layland, T. A., 2 / 13/ 

— — 3iarchaut, J. a:id J. S!, C > 11 6 



Bankruptcy Court {roufi..*t<ff)^ 

AlicliM,!. .1. W.. :,'}„ iJ d 

Mcrdk'. W„ da \] r 

NxmIhWow. Alfrid. 19 m 18 rf 

Nut^enl, I J. J., <J ? II h 

<):»kley, U. B , Cu-Operative Credit Bank, 

22 ,\\/ 

O^Urien, F., 26 « 11 e— 28 tt 13e— Ifi. 

12 <« 

— rnrcell. Howell and Daniel. 7; 13 rf 
Ritldfll, C. E.. 23 u 1 1 /> 

B<ilH'rti»oii and (jrouNJ, U a W d 

Hu^^eroni. J. J.. 25 /« 1 1 #/ 

KutlenjiH? Merwiin^er. iiij 12 f 

Salin-or, M., 26 m 1 1 «— 1 1 j 13/ 

S;iuu(ler8, Henry, 6/ 11 ♦* 

i>huw, James!, ex pttrU J. A. Sliaw, 12 j 

11 e 

Stillwell, John Neale, 31 w 11 c 

Taylor, Andrew, 11 a 13 c 

Tussaud, J. K., 18 m 11 6 • 

re Villiers. 1 1 w 1 1 e— 18 m 1 1 « 

re Vivanti, 1ft a 11 c— 26 a W e 

Vivian, Hon. C. H. P., 13 u 11 </ 

"West and (^ompany, 19 jw 13 rf 

Bankruptcy Court, Return of Fee Stamps, 22 m 

6 d 
— ^ Law Amendment. Synopsis of, 12 « 13 <i 

Legislation. Note about, 25 m 6/ 

Resume of Previous Acta, 13 a 12 6 — 24 

ml a 

Prosecutions, Note about, H> <f 7 « 

Reforms, Noted on, 7 ci 11 6—9 a 7 a — 17 « 

4d 
Baptist Missionary Society, Testimonial to Dr. 

Underbill, 24 a 10 e 

IJnion. Spring Session of, 27 a ♦ c — 30 a At 

Barbary, Famine in. 28 ; 6 < 

Barff (^Professor) Prevention of Corrosion of 

Ii-on. 1 111 9 f 
Barnaby (Nath.) on the Inflexible^ 19 / 10 e— 21 

Barnes Comnwn and its Proposed Encroach- 
ment of Sewage Works, 27 a 4 /*— 30 nf h 
Barnett (Rev. S. A.) on Overcrowding, 5 a 11 p 
Barr<»w-in-Furnes8. Census of, 11 m \ d 
Bastian (Dr Charlton) on Germ.«, 12 i 4 « 
Bastinado— Application of, 10 a 5 c — 12 a 10 *i 

— 16<i 10 a 
Bath (Archdn.) on Ritualism. 24 m 6 a 
Appointments to the Order of, 18 n € a 

and the Free Libraries Act, 7 m 6/ 

and West of England Show, 24 m 6 h — 5 j 

10 A— 6y 10 c— 9 ; 6 «— 12 / 4 rf— 14i 7 e 
Battle of Copenhasren, the Survivors, 7 a 6 h — 

13 a 4e-24a 10 a 

of Navarino, 50th Anniversary Festival of, 

\^mb d 
Baverstock (E. H,') on Lady Stningfonrs Work 

in Bulgaria, 29 m 6 d 
Bayazid, Sketch of, 4 i/i 12 a 
Beaconsfield (Lord) Reply to the Memorial of 

the Dublin Corporation on the State of Italy 

and the Vatican, 9 m 13 c 
Becker (Col.) on Service in the Greek Anny, 2 

m h e 
Bedford Grammar School, Speech Day, 23 / 12 e 



3 une ;^0, 1877 ] palmeu's indkx to " the times " newspaper. 



Era 



lieer from Canada. SO m 7 a 

l^eer « H.) Brtshi-Hwzouks, Note on, 2;J o 4 6 

liclgiuni:— Comneicial New8, ioj 5/ 

l>efenet'S 28 ; 5 « 

Election?. II *' 7/ 

Indudtml (M.-is in, 7 / 7 /* 

the King Frfc^ent at the Fetes at Liege, ij 

7 f 

Riotinjr During the Elect iont, 12 a 5 / 

Unveiling the Sutueof Leopold I. at Mona, 



22 m 5 f 

IJeUigerents and Neutrals, Notes about, 27 a 9 6 

Officinl Notices, 6 i 10 A 

lien 'iVovato, KnWh 

lienefice*! Clergy and the Stamp Lawa, 1/5/ 

Berkley (W.)on the Burials Bill, 20 a 6 (i 

Berwick Itainparts, 4 /w 6 r 

lievan (li. V.) Adulterated Cotton Good?, 16 a 
4/ 

Bible. New Translation, Meeting of New Testa- 
ment Revisors, 19 a uy— 21 a 7 J— 16 m 0/— 

Meeting of Old Testament Revisors, 19 m 

13/' 
Bickersteth (Dean) on (Aurch Prospects, 25 a 

Bird wood ^^George) Indian and Turkish Maho- 
niedana, 12 ; 8 ct— 14 ; 9 d-~2orH d 

Birmingham Cattle and Dog Show, 29 ; 10 e 

Conservative Meeting at. Deprecating Mr. 

Gladstone. 2 w 9 (/ 

Mr. Gladstone at, 18 m 8 tf— 21 m 7/-23 

itf 10/— 2()mll/-30?n9y'— li 10</— 2i 12a 
Speech at the Liberal Conference ai, 1 j 



10 a 



- to the Liberal Association, 2/ 12 a 
at the Mayor's Banquet, 2j\2 c 



Gun TmJe, Annual Meetiug. 2 « 11 /" 

. Liberal Association, joiVee, 1 1 a 6 c 

Rovnl Society of Artists. 2 « 7/ 

;Site for Two Baptist Chapels Presented to 

TfHRtees. 24 m 6 b 

, Unite«l Drainage Scheme, 24 m 6 6—26 m 7 

f—^ti m 10 //— 30 //I 6 c— 1 i 8 c 
BIBTflS: — In consequence of the Registrar- 
(Jeneril havinjr a complete Alphabetical List 
from 1^37, of all Births in the British Domi- 
nions, as aUo of all British Subjects bom 
abroad, which can be insi)ected at any time at 
the Office in Somerset House, it is not deemed 
expedient to insert the Minimum Lists as ad- 
vertised in the Tiiuta. 

Christian (Princess) of a Still-bom Son, 8 

,n 5/9 m 12 e— 10 «i 9 /— 12 m 12 c— 16 m 

9/ 
Deaths and Marriage Certificates, Note on 

the C Imrges for, 16 a 4/ 
Black and White, Exhibition at Dudley Gallery, 

Vij^b 

Sea Trade— Note about, 24 m If 

War Risks Demanded, 19 n 5 f 

Blackheath Highwaymen. «ec Robbeby 

HIake (A. H.) on Spreading Infection, Ha7 / 

BUndf'jld Chess Phiying, 19 o 9/ 

Blomfield (F. G.) on Church and State, 6 o 10/ 

BJyth (J. 8.) on the Benevolence of the City 



Bolivian Loan, Meeting of Bondholders, 2ii m 9 
c— 14/ 9 (f 

Bonaparte— Record of the Graves of tlie Various 
Members of the Family, 14 « 6 / 

Bond f Dr. F.T.) Singular Coincidence on Birihs 
and Deaths of Two Neighbour Parishes, 5 a 
5/:_17m 12 c 

Bonnet-Duverdier (M.) Note about, 18 / o A 

Bonnets. Cost of Kire, 21 j (y d 

Book Collecting, Mr.Quaritch's Noteon, 16 w 10 

Trade in Germany, 9 j 6 « 

BOOKS :- 

British Museum in Treaty for the Chinese 

Literary Encycloj sdia, 25 m He 

Dictionary of tlw French Academy Com- 
pleted, m a d 

History of the Franco-German War, Largo 

Profits from, 6 a 6 rf 

New and Elegant Editions of the British 

Poets, 21 m 4/* 

Marquis de Talleyrand Perigord's •* Unde 

Plus,** 10 « 5 « 

Sale of Bp. Thiri wall's Library, 16 w 10 6 

Times Coluum of New, and New Editions, 

4 a 12 rf— 5 a 12 A— 6 a 12 c— 7 a 12 </— 9 a 
12 <^— 10 a 12 e— 11 a »4 c— 12 a 12 ' — Li u 
12 c— 14 a 14 /— 16 a 12 c— 17 a 12 /*— 16 .t 
12 d—V.) u 12 c— 20 a 12 c— 2l a U 'd^'^4 ./ 
12 rf— 24 a 12 c/— 25 a 12 c— 26 a 12 J— 'i: u 
12 /— 28 a 14 c/— 30 a 12 c-^i m 12 c -2 m U 
6—3 m 12 tf— 4 m 12 </— 5 m 14 «— 7 m .12 /— J 
m ;4c— 10;it 12<^— 11 w 12 c— 12 lu 14 li- 14 
m 14 6— 15 w 12<i— 16/»i 12«— 17 m 12 c— 1:» 
m 14 c— 22 m 12 c— 23 in 12 c— 24 /« 12 r—iTi 
m 12 6—26 m 14 c & d—2S m 12 </— 2i» m 12 ^ 
—30 in 12 d—'6l m 12 c— 1 j 12 /— 2 / 14 d—A 
j 14 d—b ;• 12 c & c/— 6 ; 12 d-7 j W d^^J 12 
c & rf— 9 ;■ 14 d—U j 14 c— 12 ; 12 </— K) / li 
d— 14; 14 c— iojl2</— I6y 14«— 1« ; 14 //- 
19 ; 12 d—20j 12 ci— 22 / 14 c— 2r* / 14 .-_•.; 
y 12«— 27J12C— 28i 12c— 29 j 12e-i;o / i+ / 

Borelli Tea Company, 14 / 8 /* 

Bosnia, Atrocities ua Returned Exiles, 4 n o < -^ 
16 a 5 c 

Fugitives, 15 / 7 c 

Miscellaneous News, 10 a 5 </-«J6 a o r-^ 

23 o 5« 

News about, 1 7 w \2 a 

Petition for Britibh Pit)tectioii. 9 // 5 ^ 

and the Paper Currency. 14 " i e 

War News, 2<m/ 5 a 

preparations in, 7 a 5 d — 16 a 5 c 

Boss (J.) the Wetterhorn, 12 7 8 '' 

Boulogne, New Packet and Railway Station 
Opened at, 24 CI 10 e 

Bourne (John) on Chinese Newspapars, \0 aWd 

Boyle Lectures for 1877. 6 m 13 / 

Brabrook (E. W.) Charity Organization Society, 
4 a 11/— 17 a 11/ 

Brackenbury \Vo\.) Frrata almut, 19 i» 11 « 

Bradlaugh (Charles; Protest against the Post 
O0ce Confiscating his Pamphlets. 15 m 10/ 

— ^ — and Mrs, Besaut at the New Hall of Science, 
25 i 8/ 

Bradley (R, H. K,^ on Overcrowding, 2 a 4 s 

Brandram ( — ) Shakespearian Heading, 19 a 7/ 

Brassey (Thos.) Banquet lo, at Hastings, on hw 



Bra 



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luingiiaui, 2 ) \'2 e 
to Uncover the Cobden Statue at Bradford, 

27; 11/ 
Brighton Aqnariiun, Adiiiiions to, 4 n a e 
Fenuile ^e.i Lion j^ivoj* IJinh to a Young 

One, i:> in 11 «— 10 m y y-l» //< 12 O—'J-k m G 

e—2j \\f 

Two Lar^e Turtles Adcod, la j 1 e 



Livery Staijle!*. {\ u (t b 



Bristol Caiidour — rarliauientar)' Keporling, 27 

a 4// 

GranjinMr Scl»>>ol. 12/11 c 

Steaui Navii;a;K*n ( »>iii|>aiiy, 30 m If 

Supir Trad/, set- FiN/i:r. 

liri^i^h A^jnculiuiv in l>3li, by J. J. Me«.*hi, G a 

10 </ 

An'l\tP'>l()gu-;iJ A^Mxiiii'.n Meitin'r8,12a 8a 

— — A.»oci»uiun ol (iu« .Uanujioi 8, Annual Mect- 

ni«r. .') / \'l It 
Kuii>ire Mutual Liie Assurance Company, 

A a 1 h 

' Kqui table Assurance Company. 2'> ml e 

" Inieresisin Turkish Affairs, iu m b c — 16 

/ \'i O—'^o J 10 a 
— — Medical Association, Congress to be Held 



at Manchester, 21) ; 5 A 

— Mission to the Transvaal. 4 a 10 a 

— Museum, Nina Gems Stolen from, 21 j 10 « 
lieading Koom, Annual Bet urn. 4 m 4 « 

and its Amateur Librarians, G^ 6 </— 8 



jec 



Orphan Asylum, at Slough, Distribution 
of Prizes, 26^4/ 

— Uniform. Disgraceful Disregard of . 2 a 9 6 

— Women's Temperance Assodation, Confer* 
ence. 23 1» U/— 24 m 10 e 



Keturn from a Voyage Round the World, 2y ; 

; y / ! 

Brassey (Thos.) and Family Return to lla< tings, 

2S III JO./' 

on Gunboats, 30 m (if 

Yachting in Earnest, 2 / G < 

Bravery at Sea. 30 o / 

lirazil :— Closing of the (/liambers. Aj If 

Emperor and Ltupiess in Berlin, 4 a 5 d — 

<J a 5 e 

MiscellanoouH News, 8 a 3 d 

— Mo>ements of the Emperor and Empress, 

12; 9/ — 14 m lie— 15/6e— IG; 7y— l«y 11 

/'— 21} l(»r— •.•2j J0(£— 23; 11/— 25i 11 f— 

••26 y 7 e— 27> 9 /— 287 9/— 297 10 6—30 ; 7 « 
Breach of Promise m Scotland — The Plaintiff 

Ordered to Maintain her Perjured Lover in 

Prison, 28 m 10 a 
Bn*mner (J. A.) Froo Licensing, U a 6 Z' 
Brewers' Licenses, 30 o 7 /— 2G m 9 t 

Return of Licensetl. 24 w 6 b 

Bridge of Dunkeld, 21 a 7 e 

House Estates Coaimitteo, Banquet to the 

Coqwration, 12 /« 12 c 
J5ri«:ht (J.) on County Franchise, at Exeter Hall, 

1 7 //< 7 a 

on Mr. Gladstone's Resolutions, 22 m 9 « 

Letter to Mr. Armitage on the Salford 

Election, \:i a ^ a 

on Parliamentary Report. n r. 23 n a 

Speech at the Mayor^s jjunquet at Bir- 



British and American Mortgage Company, 12 » 

13 r» 
and Foreign Bible Society, Anniversarj* 

Meeting, 3 w 10 r 
Anti- Slavery Society, Annual Meeti«g, 4 

Marine Insurance Company, 21 j 7 « 

Sailors* Society, Annual Meeting, 3 w lOr 

School Society, Annual Meeting, 9 m 7 e 

Unitarian Association, Anniversary Meet- 



ing, 24 tn 10 e 

C/onference, 25 m 11 a 



British and Irish Spirits, Export Returns, 14 j 8/ 
Brokovski (E.) on Manitoba, 18 m 9 /* 
Brompton Hospital, 12 m 13 e 
Brooke (Rajah of Sarawak) Vindication of the 

Conduct of, in the Matter of the Dyaks, 16 m 

4 e— 21 m 4 </— 24 m 8 c--28 w 8 c 
Brown (Dr. Dvce) on Homoeopathy, 7j 6 a 

(Dr. W. Barr^ Testimonial to. 23 a 1 1 /" 

(Gibson) on the Destitute Officer— Capt 

WilUams. 26/7/ 
Browning (Oscar) History of Education, i- J 9 f 
Brunei (Isambard JCingdom) Statue to, near 

Temple Station, 3 m 11 6 
Brunton (Henry) on Lightning Conductors, 9 a 

11 c 
Budget, 2 a 7 « 

Prospects of, from the Economist^ d a 7 c 

Bulgarian Atrocities, 3 a G a 

British Consuls, 7 a 10 d 

New Governor, Entry of, 1 1 n 5 6 

Peasantry, 29 m 6 d 

Rising. Return of Sentences Passed on the 

Rebels, 2G « 10 c 

Lady Strangford's Fund for, 12 7/1 12 A 

Good Effected by, 28 tii 11 «— 29 w 6 rf 



Symptoms, 6 a \Q d 

Burdett (H. C.) on Home Hospitals, 26 #*» 11/ 

on Overcrowding, 7 a G « 

Burglary at Gordon House, Isleworth. 16 m 8 a 

in St. John Street, Clerkenwell, 14 / 8 c 

Burials Bill 3 a 7 «— 15 in 11 /— 21 m \l d 

Amendments to be Moved. Mj^c 

Church Defence Institution Conference on, 

2876/ 

Clerical Memorial to the Bp. of Rochester 



on, 1 i 1 1 a 

— Compromise Suggested. 21 j S d 

— Conference of tlie Religious Liberation So- 
ciety at Westminster Palace Hotel on the Bill 
11 a 10a 

— and the Congregational Union, 7 aS h 
Declaration of the Clergy on Amendments, 



18j 11/ 

— and the Ely Diocesan Conference. BJBf— 

— Meeting at the Memorial Hall about, 16 a 5/ 
of the Primitive Methodists on, 20 a 8 ^ 



— Notes about, 20 a 8 rf— 24 « 5 /"— 26 a 6 rf 
—2 n 13 rf— 31 m 5f-HJ 12 r— ld> 8 /-2l 
^6</-28J6s— 29jl0« 

— - Osborne Morgan on, 9 a 12 a 

— Provincial Meetings on, 4 a 5 § — 19 a 10 ^ 
—28 a 10 c 

— Resolutions of the Worcestershire Associa- 
tion of Congregational Churches on, o cr 10 cf 



%lune 30. 1877.] palmer's index to '* the times " newspaper. 



Can 



Burke (Dr.) Badly Housed, 19 w 6/ 

Bums ( Jobn) Anglo-Scoich Episcopalians, II a 

on English Episcopalians in Scotland, 2 m 

12/ 

Burton (Capt.^^ on his Mission to the Land of 
Midian, 14 m ii/ 

Bury Fort Smelting Company. 21 a 13 a 

Butt (— .) Freedom of the C'ity of Dublin Pre- 
sented to. 2Sm \{ f 

Butter, Pseudo, American. 2^ m 4 c 

Buying Books to Head— Bp. Thirl wall's Library, 
2y m 6 d 

Buzacott (Aaron) Jamaica Planters. 14 a 6 /* 

Byron Exhibition. 7 m 9 <•— 21) m G f—\6j 13/ 

Private View, 7 J 11/ 

C. 

Cabdriver's Grievances, Meeting at Trafalgar 
Square, 23 « 11/* 

Cabmen's Home, Aleeting about Establishing, 1 9 
a 10 e 

' — Donations to, ]3j (y e 

Cabul to Balkh. IH ; «/ 

California, Public Schools of, 5 a 3 « 

Coolie Labour in, 7 m 9 c 

Order of ("^auca^ians, 7 m 9 « 

Calrert (Fred.^ on the Burials BUI, 21 / 6 d 

Cabinet C'ouncil Meetings, 1 1 a 10 6 — 12 a 9 «<— 
16 a 9/— 21 a 12 /- 23 o 9 e— 20 a 9 /— 28 a 
7 /1-30 a 9/— 1 M 9 /— 2 m 1 1 /— 3 iw 9 «— 5 
III 11/— 7 w 9 c— 14/« 11 e— I7w9 /-— 4/ lie 
— 7i 11 A- 11; 11/— 18y 11/— 21 /9/— 23 i 

H/ 
CAMBBICGE UNIVEESITY — 

Adanis^ Prize, Award, 1+ m 10 c 

Api)ointment8, 23 m 11 c 

Books Lent to the Caxton Celebration, 4 j 

12 t 

Botanic Garden Syndicate, 31 m 10 c 

Browne's Medals, 21 m 10 /* 

Chancellor's Medals, 12 a 8 rf— 21 m lOy— 

20> 10 « 
^— Classical Subjects for Examination, 17 m 

7d 
— Competitive Examinations, IC o 8 6 

Crane's Chanty, 3 m t> / 

Degrees Conferretl, 7 a 6 o— 20 a 5 #'—30 u 

10 €—4 m 10 c— 18 M 8 6—19 m 8 tf— 4 ; 12 e 

— 18/13 r 
— Notice about. 9 a 10 /* 



Honorary C'onferred, 18 /r 5 «j— 20 a 5 e 

—1 »i 5 /— 4 /« 10 c— 20 ; 10 c 
— Elections, 1(5 a 8 6— 17 « 12 (?~l >» 5/— 11 
y 10 6— 12; 10 c— 14 J 10 f— 18; 13 r 

Esquire Bedell, Candidates, 23 a 8 /•— 28 a 



7/— 2 m 9 c— 25 /« r— 26 w 13 r— 2 / 1 1 / 
— Examinations, 31 m 10 r— 7 ; 14 a^i'Sj 11 
r— 14 / 10 r— 23 / 10 6-28 / 8 c 
for Holy Orders, 5 /// 13 r' 



Examiners, 18 /« 8 />— 4 /12 c 
— Reports, 9 a 10 / 
Lady Margarets Preacher. 7 / 14 « 
Lectures. 12 »i 8 d 

Library Syndicate. Report, 23 ;« 14 a 
Lightfoot Scholarfihips, 23 m 1 1 c 



1 T 



I O 



Cambridge University (continued). 

List of Past Examinations for Degress, 14 

ilOc 
Local Examinations, 7 a 6 o~ 24 w 11 b — 

ISjHe 
Lodgring House Syndicate Report, 11 a 10 

6—3 m i\f 

Matriculation, \7 m 7 d 

Moderators and Examiners, 4 m 10 c 

Museums and Lecture Roonw Syndicate, 



24 m 1 1 h 
— Newnham Hall, 12 m 12 c 
Porson Prizis 21 m 10/' 



Powis Metlal, :;] m 10/ 

Prize Exercises Recitation. 13/11 c 

Prizes for Latin Declamations, Awards, ^ 

m 10/ 

liamsden Sermon — Preacher, 3 w G f 

Rede Lccaiu*, 3 m 6y— 20 w 13 c 

— — Reports. 4 m 10 r 

Schularsliips. 20 a 5 ^— 20 / 10 e 

Select Preachers. 28 / 8 c 

Sheepslianks Astronomical Exhibition, 30 

a 10 e— 31 w 1(» c 

Tancred Studentships, 25 m C» r 

Tyrwliitt Hebrew Scholarships, 18 a 5 e — 

261/ 13 c 

Vintner Exhibition, 23 a 8 c 



Warden of (Cavendish College, 14 w 10 c 

Whewell Schtilarship?*, 20 / 10 c 

Winchester lieading Prizes, Awards, 18 a .'m 

Subjects, 30 a 10 « 

Cameron ((/'oramander) at the French Geographi- 
cal Society, 6 « 5 «/ 

CANADA :— 

Appointments, 7/7/ 

Arrangements for Representation at tlie 

Paris Exhibition, 25 / 5 /* 

• — tlie Bishops Pmhi'ited by tlie Vatican from 
Interfering in Civil Courts. 11/8 n 

Catholic Clergy and the Indians Antagonis- 
tic. 18/7/— 19/5./— 23/ 7/ 

Changes in the Cabinet, 11 t 8 a . 

Contingent for Imperial Service, 22 m 7 a 

Crops. 29/5/ 

Knj;li>h Copyright in. H n 8 6 

Fi>hcries C'oniniiasion. 3 n 9 c 

Indians Burn the Catholic Church and 

Vicarage at Montrejil. 18 / 7 /' 

Meeting to Relieve Unemployed Labourers, 

11 w 7 / 

Militia Question. 3 /i c 

Miscellaneous News. \A a 7 /"— 21 q7 d 

Pacific Railway Diflleultv. 3 a 9 r 

Prohibitory Liquor haw. Kejeeted, 13-^/ r» , 

the Queen Requested to A>Minie tlui title 

of En) press of. 'J 7 o 5/ 

a Ri'port by Mr. Sei»tt. 22 m 7 a 

R. <\ Ahp. ol (^nelxn- ProieMs against \\\* 

EKu'roril Lmu-, 5 <i :> / 

Taiiflf, 3 r. J» r 

Mr. Thornton's Despatch on, S n 9 r— 1 4 

•rt 7/ 

Trade and Xavigjtion Ueturn!*. 3 <t 9 fi 

Canadian Beef. 'J'A w 7 / 

Cattle and Horsen. Imports. 2i*j 11 r 



Piinal n<kfit« )() 



111 



>- 



J^ -r 



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PALXEU'8 INDEX TO " THE TinR» ^ WEWgPAPET!. 



[April 1 tn 



Canal Population, 27 a 4 e — 7 in 4 e — 11 m 6 y— 

2« m 4 /— 2y m 7 /* 
CANALS :— 
— Freshwater, Official Opening of, b/ the 

Khedive. 9 n 6 a — 4 m 10 e 
— — Grand Junction, Report, 6 ; 6 e 

Isniailia, Opening of, 4 w We 

Madras Irrigation and Keport, 28 m 7 d^- 

ij^d 

Regent's, 1 7 a 6 6 

— — Slate of ShMrea, in every day* a paper 

Sui'Z. and Belli^rerents, 4 m 4 /- 10 w 6/ 

■ hriii.-h J^quadron at, 17 w 5 /— 22 m 8 o 

- — — Ck>fed by the Jforte to UuBsian Vessels, 

15 ; 6 c 

Lord Derby on any Attempt to Blockade, 



1 j 7 t/—2oj H a 

Mackillop Pasha Appointed to Watch 



Over, 22 m 8 a 

Meeting of the Shiireholders, 25 ; 5 6—7 



) i a 



Nnval Force to Protect, 14 m 7 e • 

Note about, ly ?« 6 / 

Official Correspondence about, 6i 10 « 

Plot to Blow up the Banks and Destroy, 

22^0/ 

the Porte D^des it Free to all Flags 



Except Kussinii. »;♦'>« 

on the Purchase of. by England, 25^ 8 a 

litjHuted Accident, i:<Hl0e, Viij 0«— 14 ; 



12/ 



Traffii' KtTi'ip!s. n n h e 

ar.d xurkey and Kgypt, ir» w 4 e 



Surrey, i epatation of Inhabitants near 

to .Slop i'Ik* Bii'hing in. 2(5 ; 4y 
r.Miidia aiid ihe Pone, \A j 7 d 
C'i. lining and Navaiwo, \o m 5e— 17 m lOcf— 21 

lu 1 i 7 — U /« lU — i4 m 7 « 
Ciinjcbury Cathcdrnl. Notej* about, 24 m 7 /- 

2 J m fi a— 4 i t) t^'i j 14 h 

Diocesan I'hurch Union, 20 m ^ c 

Conference, 20 m \2 e 

Canterbury (^Abp. of) and the Anglo-Scotch 

hpircopalians. 2 « 5 c 

on iJis-establishinent, 25 m 6 a 

Movements of, 21 m 9 /— 29 m 9 «— 12i 9/ 

i'reaches in Edinburgh, oj Af 

Reply to the Cilerical Address on Church 



and Siaie, 7 ad f 
CiPJc: OF GOOD HOPE: — 
— Annexaiicm of Griqualjnd West, 18 a 5 e 
■ of the Tran«*vaal Pn»po8ed, 4 a 6 /— 9 a 

5 /*— 14 a 7 /"— 10 rt 5 /"— 7 m 5 €—12 m 12 </— 

14m 8^—22 »i 4a 

Military Movements in the Transraal, 



8 J 5 e 



12a 



Notes about, 23 wi 7 /'~26 ; 10 d 
Notices about, 29 m 5 <-~4 j Tf—SJ Bj 
Official Documents, 21 m 10 6—26 /n 



Petition to the Queen against Annex- 
ation. 15 VI 5 e 

President Burgers*s Protest against 



the Annexation, 14 w 8 /— 20 j be 

^. Proclamation of. 7 j 6 a 

Resolutions Passed in the Volksraal 



Gape of Good Hope O^onttnued), 

Banquet to the Retiring Governor and hi-« 

Lady, 23 « 6 /* 

British Mission to tlie Transraal, 4 a 10 r* 

Confederation Bill, 19 a 9 /— 8>6 f 

- — Diamond Fields, 14 a 5 e— 17 a 8 rf 

- — Exhibition, Opening of, 28 u 5/ 

Griqualand West to be Incorporated with, 

7 m 6y— 15 « 6 e 

- Miscellaneous News, 14 a 7 /*— 80 a 6 d 
New Governor, 28 a 5/ 

Queen's Birthday Celebrated in the Trai»9- 

vaal,28^7/ 

Oldening the £jihibition, 4 a 4/ 

Parliament Opened by bir B.Frere, 20 > 5/ 

Reception of the New Governor, 1 w 7 ^ 

Transvaal High Court of Justice Opened. 

20 j 6/ 
Cape Town Association, Anniversary Meeting, 

25 m 11 a 
Capital Punishment, Notes about, 18 i ISy— 22 

3 id 
Carlisle (Bp. of) on the Living of Martindale, 7 

j 8 /*— 8 ; e 

Whitsuntide Hiring, 21 w 9 / 

Carlyle (Thos.) on the Crisis, o m IS e 

New l*(»rirait of. 6 a 9y 

Carpenter (Or. W. B.) Lecture on the Tempera- 
ture of the bea, 25 ci 8y 
Carriage Robberies, a New Mode, 1^* 11 « 
C«riha>:ena Lkiims, 4 a 11 e 
('.•i>e of S.arvMiion in the Isle of Wight Work- 

liout»e, I J 9 / 
Catcheside ( W. F.) on Negroes ». Coolies, lia6e 
Catching lite Speaker's Eye, 28 «m 8 c 
Catltedral Ke^torations, 24 a 4 « 
Cutliuiic University Col.fge, Annual Meeting, 

i4(i iia 
OATTLB : - 

American Markets, 14a 5 ^ 

Import of Spanish, 23 ; 9 6 

Inspectors Appointed, 18 n 6 /* 

at Islington Market and the Pkigue. 17 a fie 

London Market, Note on, 28 m lOy 

Meeting on the Importation of, 10 m 6e 

— Nuneaton Fair Prohibite<l, 10 im 12 c 
l^egulations in France, 14 in 8 u 

Royal Dublin Society's Spring Show, 5 a 9 

/— a c 

Sale of Shorthorns at Whitehaven, 23 a 7 c 

- Shorthorns in America, 12 o 7 J' 

State of Trade in. iw every day's paper 

Snppl}- of I^ndoii, 6 a 8 /> 

Plague, Chambers of Agriculture on, 3 o 5 

/— 5 a 0/ 

Disease in Cornwall, 31 m 12 6 

Deputation of London Salesmen an<l 

others to Government on the Restrictive 

Rciiolutious E£fecting the Markets, 19 m 9 /- 

18 ; 5 ri 

Disappearance in Saxony, 9 a 5 f 

Fresh Outbreaks, 28 a 9 /— 26 a 8 6—7 



m 7 6—9 m V6 c 

in Whitethapel. 21 m 7 d— 24 m 4/ 

liocal Orders about, 4^* 14 a — 12 / 5 /* 

Note about, 23 <i 8 c 



about, 5 a 11 d 



No i ices about, 13 a 10 c— 13 ji' 12 o 



June 80, 1877.] palmkr*s ini»kx to •* tijk tikks" nkw^papkb. 



Chn 



Cattle Continuedl 

Plagae, Official Order Ucscinded, 22 ; 8 a 

Order in l oninioii Council about, 14 a U/ 

C^utbreak in Uamburg. 4jts/' 

at Willewlen, 10 a 10 «— 19 a 5 « 

Privy Council Orders, 4 « 5 <•— 1 1 a 12 r 

—14 a 12/— 30 a 11 d--2 wi 11/— 5 wi «<J— 10 
m 6 <— 12 m 7/— 12 m 18 r— 16 mb a -17 m ii 
J-lj 6«— 2 / 14 6— 6> 8 6—16 / 10c— 2oy 6/ 

Provindal Orders, 9 a 10 d 

Keporta on, 16 a 12 a 

and the Koyal Agricoltural Society, 12 

<i 11 a 

Select Committee on, 7 j 7 /- II ;' 32 /— 

I8>8 6 -^ -^ -^ 

Caucasus, Notes on, 21) m 6 «— 30 »i 8 </— 1 / 11 y 

— 7i6<--8; 6 6 

Notice about, 30 7m 8 ^ 

Cavendish (Lord F.) Speech on Opening the 

Brighouse Liberal Club, 23 m 6 r 

College, Note about, 22 m Ad 

Cixton Celebration, FesUval Service at St. 

Paul's, 20 ; $»/ 
Mr. Gladstone to Preside at the Opening 

Ceremony, 7 j VI f 

Notices, 16 a 10 </— 19 a 10 </— 23 a 4 f 

Keprint of One of Caxton*s Works—** The 

Fifteen O's," &c., 5 m e f 
Special Service at Westminster Abbey to 

Celebrate, 5 ; 1 1 /* 
Centenarians in NeV York, 16 ^ 10 a 

Closeman, a Soldier, at Gurnick, 10 « 10 o 

Dooly, Lawrence, a Waterloo Veteran, 

Aged 105, at Shinrone, i9j4d 
Ooume, Madame. Aged 101 Years, Dies at 

Amiens, 24 m 5 /' 
Morgan, Kdw., Celebrates his 106th Birth- 
day, at Willesden, 23 w i 1 / 
Nicholson, Mr. Thomas, of flawkeswell, 4 

o 4 /* 

Timmins, Mrs. Ann, 101 Years of Age 

Dies at Birmingham. 23 mil/ 

Ward. Mrs., of Whitwell, Aged 107, G a 5 / 

Central Asia and the War, 18 a 5 c— 24 a 5 / 

Chamber of Agriculture, 11 a 12 e— 9 m 7 

A— 6jll« 

Criminal Court, Recorder's Charge, 9 m 18/ 

Certificates of Death, 2o /« 6 / 
Ceylon, Odium Thoologicum in, 23^ 8 d 

Heligious Enduwn>ents in. 7 //i 6 c 

Chadwick (Edwm) on Prevention of Fires, 28 
a 7 c 

Chamberliiin (— ) on the Burials Bill. 8 o 7 e 

(J.) Kepayment of Local Obligations, 26 

a 7 6 

Chambers (^Geo. F.) Multiplication of Dignities, 

11 a6 « 
Chancery Deposit Amount in, 22 w 8 o 
Channel Isl|ind for Sale, 11 d 10 c 
Chantry Bequest. 7 /« 4 e 
Chapel Royal, Savoy, Preachers for the Month, 

4 « 4 «— 30 m 9 e— 22 / 6 /' 
-| — Whitehull Prenchers for June. 5 j 4 d 
Charing Cross Hospiml, Fu»wer« Sent to, by the 

Princes:! of Wales, 7 a 9 /' 
Charitable Relief in the Metropolis, Meeting at 

I^Ambeih I'aIikh* nn *}A n \i) A 



Chnrity Children nt St. Paul's, Anniversary 

Ontlierin^. 8 / 9 c 
Ur^f animation Society, 10 a 10 d — 30 a 1<» e 

Lambeth Meeting, 2."i n 10 /* 

Notes about, 4 a U / — 16.i 6 /—\7 a 11/ 

So<;tety. Civic Donations to, lly 9« 

Questionable. 6 a (i b 

Heforro. 14 a 11 6 

Chasing a Portmanteau, 20 m 14 a 
Chatham and its Railways, 10 a 9/ 
Cheese Fair at Jjeieester. 11 m 12 a 
Cheltenham (Vitlege, Annual Distribution of 

Prizes, 26 )' W o 
Chess. Blindfold Playing. 19 a 9/ 
Children in Kactories. 6 ? 7/ 

Thrown to Wolves, 24 a 10 c 

Children*s Home, Festival Bazaar to Aid, 2 m 9 e 
Hospital, Bloomsbury, Annual Meeting, 11 

in 6/- 9j 18 a 
Chili, Statue to Mr. Wheelwright, the Founder 

of Steamers, Railways and Telegraphs in, 

Unveiled at Valparaiso, 1 1 a 7 « 
China :— Coasting Trade of. 4 a 4 </ 
Famine in, 1 « 10 o— ^ in 12 a — 4 m 6/ — 

lOwlOo— 26>ll / 

and Kashgar, I87 12 b 

Meeting at Tientsin, 1 la 10 « 

Penalties of Rebellion in, 28 m 6 e 

State of Saigon, 22 w 7 rf 

Tail Cutting in, 26 w 8 b 

Chinese b^mbassy, 24 w 6 « 

at the Law Courts, 16 ; 10 6 

EncyclopOBdias, 26 mi 11 e 

Gunboats, 28 m 9 /*— 6 ; i 1 /" 

Loans, 23 m 7 a 

Menu, 6/10 /» 

Newspapers, 7 a 10 c — 10 a II d 

Polytechnic, 12 a 5/ 

Printing Press, Note about, 6 a 6 / 

Treatment of Pkgue. 23 i» 4 / 

Christ's Hospital, Boys Exhibit ther Drawings 

to the Queen, 8 m 9/ 

Easter Visit to the Mansion House, 4 a 6 c 

Christian Community, Annual Meeting of, 81 m 

11/ 

Evidence Society. Annual Meeting, 9 »i 7 « 

Church Association. Annual Meeting, Id; 10/ 
'* Conclusion '* of the Folkstone Ritual 

Case. 21 m 10/ • 
Building and Endowment Society, 25 m6d 

—1 I 6 e 

and Chapel, 28 »» 9/ 

of England Young Men*8 Society, Annual 

Meeting, bj7 d 

— Extension— Four New Churches for Bar- 
row. 22 m 4 e 

Missionary Society. Annual Meeting, 2 m 18 a 

Missions Among Sailors, Anniversary Fes- 
tival. 29 > 12 a 

Ornaments, Note about, 27y 6/ 

Tasioral Aid Society, Annual Meeting, 5 m 

Patronage, 30 / 6 // 

Prospects, Denn Bickersteth on, 26 a 8/ 

and State, Clerical Address to the Prelates 

on. 5 fi 4 a 



Chu 



I'ALMKH's index to ** THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[April 



Ito I 



Church nr.d Stntc, Notes about. 6 <i 10 /— 7 a 10 
e_l> „ <; «_J» a \) /—1 1 « \)/—\7 a 10 «— 2C a j 
(', //_;'(» a 4 /' 

Meeting of Hiiualista to Urj^e the Sepa- 
ration of. 'Ai) m (> fr 

Petition to the Couvocatioa of York on, 



18 rt a/ 

Working? Men's Protestant League at 



Hatchain, Memorial to the Clergy on, 20 a 
U 6 

Arehdn. Benison, 11 a 10 c 



and the Wesleyans. 6 / 10 « 



Church of England Assurance Institution, 25 m 
7c 

Sunday School Institute Anniversary Meet- 
ing. 14 w 6 ti 

Temperance Society, Annual Meeting, 14 

mGh 

Conference, 10 m 6/ 

at Birmingham, 29 i 10 f/ 

Church (U. W.) on Church nnd State, 2G a 6 d 

Churchill (Lord Alfred) on Knightsbridge Bar- 
racks, 8 > 6 c 

Churchwardens, Election of, 2 a 5 a 

ChymicHl Society, Note about, 5 a II d 

Chyniicals. State of Trade in, 2 a 5 a 

Cinchona Plantations, 30 a 7 6 

City Carlton Club, 28 w 9 e 

Companies, Note on, 12 o /*— 17 o 12 e — 

20 o 8 6 

' of Glasgow Life Assurance Company, 25 a 

5e 

Guilds, Meeting for the Erection of a 

Central Hall for Companies, 12 a 6/ 

of London Heal J^roperty Company, 29 m 7 

c — f .> 1 1 c 

' Sanitary Condition of, 12 a 7 e 

Temple, Or. Tarkcr's Lecture on the His- 
tory of, 2bj(if 

Civic Garden Party, 26 m 8 (/ 

CIVIL ACTIONS :— 

Agnew i;. Ji^hnson and others, 27y lie 

Allsopp V. Walker, 11 a \3 a 

re Angell. 24 a 1 1 « 

Anstruther i*. Stackpoole. 6/11 a 

Ash worth v. Putram, 18 «i il d 

Aston r. Stock, 4 7/i 11 a 



— Atherley v. Uarley, 4 » 13 e 

— Atkinson v. Newcastle and Gateshead 
Water Company, 12; 11 r— 14 ; 13 6 

— Attorney-General w. Mayor, 20 a 11 /> 
V, Lamplough, 8 m 4 <— 12 j II rf— 19 j 



11 d 



V, Tomline, 1 6 w 11 c 



Bagnall & Co. v. Carlton, 12 a 11 c— 19 a 

11 f— 2Ga 11 c 

Barker v. Greenwood, 17 m 11 a 

— — Barry & Co. v. Hicks and another, 19 w 13 6 

Bastian v. Webb. 16 w 11/ 

/€ Bath Collieries Company, 19 w 12/ 

Baum V. Brandon, 14 »w 13 (/ 

Beal V. G Wynne. \0 m 10/ 

Bean v. Oldacres, 13 q 1 1 c 

Beer i-. Walker, 23 / 13 d 

re Beloe. 16 a 10 e 

Bergheim v. Great Eastern Railway, 29 j 



Civil ActiotiB (continued). 

Berkeley v, M'Dermont, 19 7 11 <f 

Bevington and others v, ETerell and an- 
other. 13 a 1 1 f 

Birt r. Birt, 31 mU d 

re Bishwell Collieries Company, 19 m 12 / 

Blaise v. Brighton Aquarium Company, IT 

mile 

Blake v, Chap^ell, 23; 13 <^ 

Blyth r. Johnstone, 2y 13 c 

Bodd, Public Officer v. London and North 

Western Railway, 21 ; 11 c 
Bnlanachi r. Jackson, 4 w 11 d — 7 jii 11 c— 

8 m 4 e— 9 m 6/ 

Boosey v. Fairlie, 19 m 12/ 

Booth r. Briscoe, 19 m 12 a 

Bordier v. Russell, 5 w 14a 

Bowes and others v, Shand and others, 7j 

11 „_-7; i3c 

Bradbuiy and another r. Union Bank oi 

London. 18 a 11 a 
Bradford District Bank v. Sugden and an- 
other, 14m 13 c 

re Bradley's Settlement Trusts, 81 ■• 11 ^ 

Bradtihaw r. Brockelbank, 5 m 14 6 

— - Branch et Uxor v. Smith, 18i 18 « 

British Commercial Insurance Company r. 

British Nation Life Assurance Association, lu 
allc 

Dynamite Company ». Krebs, IS j A2 d 



Broendlin v, Brindley and others, 16 a U ^ 

Bromhead v. Ward, 15 / He 

— Brookes v. Drysdale, 31 m 11 c 

Brown r. De Morgan, 30 y 18 c 

V. Great Eastern Railway, 87 11 b 

V, Hartley, 28 a 13 c 

Butler f. Butler, 8 w 4 cf— 14 ml^b 

re Bryny Fiferan Slate Quarry Company, 

16 a 10/ 

Calder v. Mann. 18 i 13 e 

Caldune v, Pixell 30 a 11 a 

Carpenter v, Hamilton, 18 a 11 a — 25 j 13 r 

Carver v. Bowker, 2 m 13 6— 26> 13 d 

Case of the /'rariamiaf 4 ;' 13 e 

Caso t\ Smyth, 18j 13 d 

Caniling and others r. Secretary of State 

for War, 27? U e 

Cave V. Mackenzie, 23 a 10 e 

Chapman r. Clark. 1 1 a 13 a 

Chaitcrton r. Jefferson, 1 1 in 1 1 </— 31 « 



11 a 



— Chillingwortli r. Grimble, 12 a 6 r 

— Chisholm i\ Cadiz Waterworks Company 
23; 13 A 

— re Churchwardens of Cheadle, Cheshire, I 
m 11 6 

— Clark w. Girdwood, 1 m 11 a— 2 m 13 b^ 
mile 

V. Molyneux. 2 m 13 h 

Clayton t*. Marquis of Londonderry, 31 » 



11 h 

— Clenvin r. Walker, 10 m 10 d 
Collins r. ^arno. 27 ; 1 1 « 



re Commercial Loan Bank Affair, 5 a o e 

Cowing V. Jacobs, 19 m 12/ 

Condy V. Mitchell, 15> 12 d 



tjnne ou, if^n.j palmers indkx to tiik •* thiks NK'.rs"\"F:i:. 



\^*v 



Civil Actionf O^mtivuetl), 

Cooper f. Paul. 13/11 / 

Cosjrrave v, Woodley, 14/13 r— 30 / 13 r 

Cowley, Eiarl v. By as, 4 ;« 1 1 a — 3 1 w \\ a 

Cox and another v. Fonning, 30 m 10 y 

Craig V, Oliver, 23 > 13 e 

Creawell and others v, Walrond and others. 

31 m U c-2 ; 13«-8 / II </— 9 ; 13 d—\\ 
j is/—}Aj 13 d 

Crew V. Terry and others, IS j 13 e 

Crompton v. Lea, 28 a 10 e 

Crystal Palace Company r. Sawver, 23 / 

18 r— 25y 13 </— 26i 11 e 

Cnrrie v, Driffield, 6 / 11 <i 

Dakins v. Lord Penrhyn, 7 ; 13 r 

■ ex parte Dale — re Prohibition to the Court 
of Archen, 30 / 13 c 

Dallas V. Glyn, 28 a 18 6 

■ Daniel v. James, 5 m 14 A 

re Darlastou St^ and Iron Company, 16 a 

10 e 

re David Lloyd & Co., 28 a 18 </ 

Davies v. West, 12 / 11 d 

V, Lomas, 16 m 11 e 

Dawson v. Mayor and Corporation of 

Maidenhead, 11 7 13 e 

Deane v. Oldacres, 80 m 11 a 

De ChasteUune v. Strickland, 23 7* 18 d 

Delluc V. Harmel, 7 m 1 1 A 

De Netteville v, London Chatham and 



Dover Bailway, 26 a 11 cT 

— Duke of Devonshire v, Barrow Hosmatite 
Company, 12 a 11 c 

-^ Diggles r. Higgs, 17 in 11 a — 27 ; 11 r 

— Dimbleby v, Salvin, 4 m 1 1 d 

— Dodwell V. Queen, 10 m 10 d 

— Donisthorpe and another v. Jowett and 
another, 19/11 d 

— ex parte Dublin Metropolitan Junction Rail- 
way, 14 m 13 d 

— Durham County Permanent Benflt Building 
Society v, Tumbull and other?, 5 m 14 a — 7 m 
lib 

— Dvggan V. Cullinan, 17 m 10 e 

— re I^leton. 21 f 6 d 

— ICast Ix)ndon Railway v. London, Brighton 
and South Coast Railway. 29 m 11 c/— 3 / 1 1 ^ 

— Edgware Highway Board 1;. Colne Valley 
Water Company, 11 / 13 c 

— re £dwan]8 Leonard, 8 m 4 e 

— Cglinton, Earl of, v. Norman and others, 
28 a 18 a 

— Ellas V, Griffith, 21 ; 10 f 

— Ellis V. Western, Sir Thomas, 24 a 11 e-^ 
26 a lid— 10 m 10 e 

— Emma Mine English Owners v, Trevor 
Park, 80 a 5 a 

— Enner and another v. Dean and Son, 5 in 
14 a 

— re Estate of Maria Mangen Brovm, 28 ; 
18 b 

— re Eupion Fuel and Gas Company, liy 18 c 

— European Assurance Arbitration v. British 
Native Indemnity Case, 20/11 e 

— Feamchough v. Feruell, 2 j 13 r 

— Field V. Great Northern Railway, 21 j 
11 d 



Civil Actions {^rtntfinvfti). 

Kli>wer r. LtK-al liu:ird for Low Levtoi), '2ii 

a IH r/--3(» a 10 / 

i\ Lloyd, I'l /// 1 1 a—U) th 12 d 

Foreiimii v. IJtH;, VI j 11 d 

Fonlda r. H«»bM)n. 2 m 13 c 

Fowler r. Powell, 14 w 13 ft 

France r. France, 1 9 w« \2 f 

Freeman v, Koe. 7 ; 13 c 

Friend v. I^ndon, Chatham and Dover 

Railway. 7^ 13 c 

Gab'ell V, Same, 26 o 1 1 A 

Galmoye i% lligley and others, 16 o 11 b 

Gandee r. Ellis. 16 wi 11 e 

Gariett v. Tiusley 3 w 11 </ 

Gay V. Cadboy, 23 a \0 f 

Gibson r. Head« 8 w 4 d 

Gillum r. Forster, 18 «i 11 d 

- — Girdlestone t'. Brighton Aquarium, 30 a 11 
a— 4/11 11 d 

Gladstone v. Free and Wife, l/> / 11 e 

^— Glossop V, Heston and Islewurth Local 



Board, 14 m 13 a 
— Goock, Sir Francis, v. Earl Dudley, 
10/ 

Gouband r. Wallis, 14 m 13 6 



16 a 



Goulton i\ London and Architectural Brick 

and Tile Company, 8j' 11 a 
re Government Security Fire Insurance 

Company, 23^ 13 c 
Governors of Christ College, Brecknock r. 

Martin, 30 m 10/ 
Grant v. Banque Franco Egyptienne, 3 m 

11 c/— 7 m 11 cS m 4 «— 10 m 11 a 
V. Secretary of State for India, 11 m 11 

— 14wi 13 c— 30»n U d 

re Greaves, 13 a 11 c 

Greenwood v. Greenwood, 14 / 13 b 

Gwinett v. Bradley, 19 m \2 e 

Harrison v, Vearce, I w 1 1 a 

Hartopp r. May, 27^ 11 d 

Heath v. Cochrane, 19 m 13 a 

re Heatherside Nurseries Company. 16 a 

10 r 
Hennessy r. Cooper and others, 28 a 13 a 

—30 m 10/ 

V. Kennctt, 19 m 12/ 

V. Lee, 30 m 10 /* 

V. liawlinKS, 30 m lOy 

r. Schwartz, 30 m 10/ 

V, White, 30 m 10 / 

V. Willett, 30 w 10/ 

— Hen wood v. Childers. 31 m 11 c 

re Hertford College, Oxford, 7/ 13 c 

Higham i^. Wright and Aspinal, 14 m 

18 c 

Hill and others r. Lima Railway, 15 / 11 o 

Holman r. Wade, 1 1 m 1 1 a 

Hondurus Inter-Oceanic Railway ». Tucker, 

9yi3c 

Hooper r. Cox, 12 n 11 d 

re Howard, Rev. John, 1 1 / 13 c 

Howard v. New York Dairy Company, 17 

a 9/ 

Huckle V, Wilson and others, 30 a 11 a 

Hughes r. Pritchard, 21 / 10/ 

re Humphries* Policy, 167 12 rf 



Civ 



I'AI.MKK * IX1>:X TO *' T«K TIMIiS NKWHl'ArKR. 



[Api-il 1 to 1 



Ci ii Actioia (rounnne,l). 

]i:i;K'iiiil ( o.iniienMil Gus Asaoci.uion v, 

InjfUs* V. Cliiiiilierwell, 17 « 10 /* 

in.eriia.umul C'uiitract Co. r. M'Ucnrjr, 26 

James v. Gant, *27 ; 11 e 

I'. Great Western Railway, 4 m 11 4 

V. Gurwin, 27 / II c 

r. 8k<)int'«, 19 w 18 c 

r. Williams and Roberts, 5 w 14 a — 7 w 

lie 

re .fHniaicn Fil)ro Company, 19 m li) a 

— JclTery r. Owners of J ho /-ran onia,'d wile 
— — Joimsun 1-. Credit L^onnais, 11 y I'd c — 30 

j 13 c— 12 /lie 

V. hloonientbal, 12 i 12 « 

re Julia, David. 6j\i u 

Kavan v. Crawf<ird. 23; 18 a 

Kemp r. iHa.cbun, 2Hj 11 b 

— — Kimpton r. l'a<Jiijore. 2j\'6d 

Kinsman v. Turner, 12 a 11 c 

rt Langham Skatiug Hink Company, 16 a 

\0t 

Land v, Denton. 18/11 c 

Lawrensoa i;. Dublin Metropolitan Junction 

ItaUay, 14; l8/> 

Lea V. Saxby and another, 7 ; y6 d 

— - Ledger o, Kay. 80 a loy— 4 »« 1 1 a 

re Leigh-Rowcliffe v. Leigh. ^iO a 10/ 

— — re Mr. Leonard Edmuadd and the Treasury, 

2yi8c— 6>11 d 

Lester v. Torren, 8 ; 11 6 

—^ — Lewes, Earl of i;. Karl of Bective, 18 m U e 

Lewis V, Carpenter, 18 a 11 a 

Leyman t>, Latimer, 15 / 11/— 23 ; 13 « 

Lane r. Gray, 23.; 13 h 

re Lindridge Colliery Company and Com- 
panies Acts, 2i^a 18 6 

Linney v. Steward, 8 w 4 e 

Llewellin v, Mignon, 12 / 11 d 

Li^ire V. Aitchison, 27/11 d 

Lomas v. Davies, 16 m 1 1 e 

-- — London General Steam NavigationCompany 

V. London and Edinburgh Shipping Company, 

80 t» 11 6 
■ Brighton and South Coast Railway t\ 

East London Railway. 29 m 1 1 c/— 8 /lid 

School Board w. Murphy, 16 a 10/ 

and South Western Railway v. Staines, 



Wokingham and Woking Railway, 6 a 11 c — 

19 m 13 c 
rt London and Provincial Coal Company, 

2all a 
Londonderry v. Viscount Castlereagh, 31 

ffill^ 

Longford v. Purdon, 9 a 11 a— 12^ 6/ 

Lords of the Treasury r. Borough of 

Maidenhead, 17 a 11 a 

Lovejoy v. Mulkern, 17 m 11 a 

LoT^ock r. Justices of St. Pancrat, 26 in 18 « 

^x^ Lucas V. Bramwell and another, 13 a 11 c 

Lucina v. Lucina, 12 j 11 c 

Luckraf t v. Pridham, 26 a He 

Lysaght r. Great WeBtem Railway, 5 j 11 e 

rt Lyttle*s Iron Agency, 23 / 13 c 

— Mainpricc v. Pearbon, 13 / 11 c 



Civil Actions (rnutiuvedX 

Mtirr r. Ii«i)w;iy Passengers' AMuranee 

Com; 'any. 17// 11// 

M»**««ni r. Tli4» lev. 15^ lie 

>la: hcw» c, >iii4[»!H>n, o m 14 a 

Mai or V. Council uf Eiseiidon and Black, 

28 a lOe— I6;ii 11 a 

M'Aulav V, Dickinson. 19 « 11 d 

— McCarthy r. Simpson, Payne and Ccmipaor, 

2 M 13 c 

MDonnld r. Foster. 11 j 13 c 

V, U<>bin8(;n, !*.» /w 12 e 

M'DouguU c, Mdlwall Docks Company, 1 

iH \\ r 

MGrath r. Finn. 11 m 5 ^ 

Mercer v. Ceylon Company, 7 ; \Z d 

Metcalfe v. Britannia Ironworks Coaipany, 

30 a 10/ 
Metropolitan Board v. New River Company, 

16/ 12 e 
Meyer v.Royal MaiiSteam Packet Company, 

Ij 13 d 

Michell r. Kevem, 3 m 11 r 

MiUington o. Kelly, 19 w 13 6 

re Mowbray Peerage, 18 ; 11 </ 

re Mond*s Patent, 7 ; 1 1 a 

Morgan w. Green, 13 » 11 d 

iWd 



V, Miiiett. 137 



hadal V. Brown. 12 j II d 

Nash and another r. Sbipman, 28 a 13 & 

— — re Nezarkiewich & Co., 23 / 13 c 
— re New Gas Company, 10 m 10 e 
New River Company v. Midland Railwav, 

16 u 10 c 
Sombrero Phosphate Company v. Baron, 

10 m\Od 

Nicosia V. Vallone, ?/TI « 

Nonnan v. Villars, 28y 18 a 

Norris r. Sadlier, 28 <i 8 6 

North British and Mercantile Insurance 

(^ompany v, London, Liverpool and Globtf 

Insurance Company and other Companiec, 16 

a lOe 
re North of Iceland Sulphur Company and 

Companies Act, 16 a 10 e 
Western Railway of Montevideo, 5 w 

14 CI 
0*Byme v. Marquis of Hartington and 

others, 1 ;6/— 6i6</ 
Odessa iVamways Company v, Mendel. 11^ 

^11 6 

Orsi V. Dicker, 9/ 13 e 

re Pans Skating llink Company, 14 « 13 a 

16>12rf— 28; 18 6 

Parker v. South Eastern RaUway , 26 a 1 1 6 

re Patent Marezzo Marble Company, 23 a 

10 e 
Patscheider v. Great Western Railway, 2 j 

r^d-^HjVSd 

Pearse v, Pearse, 17 m 11 6 

Pearson v. Cox and others, 80 o 10/ 

Penny r. Hunt, 18 / 11 rf 

Pennington v, Brinsop Hall Coal Company, 

6 /U a 
Phosphate Sewage Company v. Hartmont, 

14 a 14a--25/13c 
re I'lant. Brothers & Co.. 16 a 11 a 



June P»Of 1S77.] PALMERfs index to " tiijs: iimes *' newsp1p«r. 



civ 



JCivii Actiong {routumeji}. 

Peruvian liHiilho.ders v, Dreyfus and 

ochers, 2(5 ; h « 
Plating Company t*. Sheffield Silver Plating 

Company. 21 ci i 1 d 
Plato V. East and West ladia Dock Com- 

paiy. 14 m 13 c 

Pli.npton r. Spiller. 20 « 11 fi-27 j \\ d 

Plun»<tead Board of Works r.Coomiidtfiuuers 

of Sewers for Kent. 13 / 11 « 

Polini 0, Gniy. 23 / 13 A 

> Potior, Wilson «Sc Co. v. Arehangql Marine 

Insurance Company, 21 y U (t-n-l^ j ljy~2jJ 

; II c 

Prando v. Gray, 23 j 10 6 

Price tv Jenkins. 24 a 11 d^2% a 13 a 

Prout and others lo. St. John*8 Wood 

Kail way. 2'^ m 7 a 
-I Provond v. Langton and another, 12 a 11 c 

— 10 m 10 e 

C^ueen v. Bak*ombe, 1 m 11 b 

V. Ualcul. II a 13 CI 

V. Bradlaugh. 28 it 13 6—1 m 11 6—31 m 

116—2 / 13 c— I'Ji 11 6— 20y 116—21 ; 10/— 

22/11 (/— 2U; 11 e 

r. Burton-upon-Trent, 16 a 11 d 

y. (.churchwardens and Overseers of 



(irantchester, 24 « 11 'Z 

r. Colne Valley Ga« Company, 19 m 13 a 

V. C'ooper, 1 1 7 13 « 

V. Grayson and another, \*i a II a 

e. Guardians of Aston, Warwickshire, 10 



CI 11 /I 



; 13 d 



of Ipswicji Union, 16 a II a 
r. llcrUord College, Oxford, ij 13/-^0 



/'. Justices of Cumberland, 2^ a 11 e 

of Lancashire, I m |1 6 

I', iiawrence, l^i n 10/ 

V, .Moncjc and Cobham, 21 « 13 e 

I*. Kiuhard-s and another, 23 a 11 a 

r-^ V. Scott, 23 « 11 a 

V. Slade, 20 a 1 1 r» 

c. Stuckley and others, 17 a 10/ 

V. Tucker, 30 a \\ h 

Hae c. Vivvrs. 8 m 4 d 

Unggett V. Wutts and others, 16 a 11 6 



Kanisey t*. Koval Aquarium Company, 25 
j 13 e— 20 7 11 /• ' 
Kcdrup V. King, 30 m 11 /— 5/ 11 e 

liegina r. Willing. 21 7 11 r 

— Kichman v. llutton, 30 m 10/ 

— Jtidley r. Kanken and othfin*, 19 wi 18 a 

— Uoberts V. Watkins and others, 14 m 13 6 

— Kobertson v. Hartopp. 27 ; 11 </ 
r. Hoare, 2 1 ; 1 1 c 

— Koe I'. Uamniioud, 4 wile 

— liooney 1;. F,enn, Twycross aod others, 13 
a n c 

— Ilosfiter V. Miller, 9 / 13 c « 
-^ Jiowcliffe V, Leigh, \\j 13 c 

— Kunisey r. Nicholls, ^ m ^ d 

— Kyrd r. Nunn, 21 7 10/ 

— *,x fjaite Saffery -re Lambert, 11 i« 11 e 

— €x p irte Salisbury, Lor4, 23 ; 13 c 

— Same v, Que©n, 277 11 € 



e\ ' % n 



Civil Actions ^ro^<///<«e//). 

Sargent v. Dailo, 31 m 11 f/— 23 j 13 ,f— 2U 

;ii r 

Sawyer v. Crystal Palace Company, 2^ a 

13 « 

Schroder v, Mendi. 31 m 1,1 c— :?; 13 d 

Scctl V. Legg, I /« U a 

re Segraye Peerage, 13/11 d 

Sevenoaks. Maidstone and Tnnbridgo Uail- 

way Aj. London* Chatham and Dover Railwav^ 

Uj 13 e 

Railway v. London, Chatham and Dover 



Railway. 2« a 13 e 
Sewell I'. Wells and others, 16 j 12 «— 18 / 

13«-21 /U d 
Shardlone r. London, Brighton and Soutb 

Coast Railway, 5 / 11 e 

Sharp V. Parkins, 13 a 11 c 

re Shaw — ex pm-te Piers. 1 7 a 10 / 

Sherwood v. Vincent, ^27 11 c 

ex pat^e Sheward, 30/ 10 a 

Shiller i\ Paris Skating Rink Company, 1 1 

y 13 c 
ShoQlbred and Company u. CurnUchiu^, :^X 

aVSe 

Simon v. Starling. \3 a l\ d 

Skeet V. Local Board of JM*Jbop6-St©rt:forv! 

6 ; 1 1 rf 

Smiles v. Belford, 6 c 8 6 

Smith V. y.estry.of St. ^^moras, 30 w 11 '* 

—31 //I 11 6 

«,»^Sop«t?.M<icDougall.9/ 13 (/—14/ Jo^ 



-s— r 



Snpyth V. Corrance, 23 a 10/ 
-Snowdon v. Charlton, 28 7 1 1 6 
Sohenheim v, Mansfield, 237 U\ € — 2< i 1 1 d 
re n Solicitor, 18 a 11 a — 7 /// 14 o—\oj 1 1 - 
re two Solicitors. 7 7 13 rf 
South Western Railway r. Stninej*. 14 / I.! i 
re South Durham Iron Comp.iny, 23 / !;'• <■ 
— Llanharran Colliery Company. r.» >u 13 t 
of France l*ottery Works SyndK-.tLe. _'.5 



a 10 c 

Spice V, Bacon. 26 a 11 d—27 J 1.1 <• 

Standard Discount Company v. lAl^n, 1 ; 

m 11 /• 

re Staunton and others, 20 } U ^ 

Steinthal v. Samson, 17 a 10 / 

Steward v. Vane Kar). 31 w •}] it 

re Stipendiary AJagistratu at &liiL4 Is, 13 y 

11 c 
: — Stope .*>. City (ind County Bun^, 277 II ♦. 

—28 j 1 1 (/ 
■=- ^XixlA V. Freccia, 87 U a— 23 / 13 6 
—rr- Stryclecki^ v. Sawer, 21 a 13 e 

Sutton V. Barnet Local Board. 23 i 13 6 

— Swainson v. North Eastern Railway, 07 He 

Tasaell r. Ovenden, lo m 11 a 

0. White^ey. 2/13 d—hj U d 



— Taylor v. Corporation of St. lichen's, 23 j 
13 fl 

r. Hnllas, 28 a J8 c 

V. Neville, 5 i M d-^B ; 11 A 

t'.Thrubb, l^wia c^2j }^4 

TattQrsi#,21/ 11 c 



— Theroine r. Blenkinsop, 18 ; 11 < 

— Thomaii i\ Queen, 16 a 10/— 23; 13 c— 23 



€iy 



PALMKR 8 IXI>KX TO *' TIIB TIW5CS ' xNKWSPAPKK. 



[Aprn I «• 



Civil Actions Of^nfitiueti), 

^— Thonii»M)n ^ Co. r. Sunderland Gas Com- 
pany, tfr ; 1 1 '• 

'■ 'i\)oimT «nd others v London. Chatlmm 
and Dover Uaihvay. IS m II ^— 2^J ; 13 <• 

r«{ Trade Marks lU'ixistraiitin Act, 1) ; 13 c 

Tritton and anotlur **. Hays and anoth«T, 



13/r 11 ti 
— Turnbull a:id otIutj* r. Jan^on. 2 m )4h 

V, Iiriii.Hli and foreign Marine Insurance, 



30 HI 1 1 a 

V. Ward. 2:J / 13/' 

^— Turner r. 'IVpper — Widgery Tepper, 19 a 

11 h—2j 13 h 

Turquand r. Harnett, 1 w 11 c — 8 m 4 « 

Twy cross v. Drey J us. ID n l\ a 

K. Grant. 8 in 4 r/—9 /// U r/-ll w 11 a— 



12 w J4 /I— la m 11 r— IGwi 11 u— l8//i 11 a 
—4; ]-J f'—'2ti III// 

- — UnpTey v. Uni;K\v, *20 i U /# 

re United roris Insurance Company — 

eT/yirte ^tna Insurance Coiupany, 11 ^i 13 a 

Varnani r. Qu»*ntin, 1 w* 11 o 

- re Ver:i8«)vo. D_; 13 r 
Viirkers r. Mere. 1 wj 1 1 r 

Victoria Coal and IrcMi Company r. Mid- 
land Railway, 10 <r W h 
r. Ne ith and Hrecon Railway. 19 »i 13 d 

- re Vronbouloj; Slate ( ouipany. 19 m 12 /' 
Waglioru V. VN'inibivdon Lo(ral Board, 4 j 

13 # 

vVainman r. Jenkinson. 17 a 10/ 

Walker v. X at talk 4 m 1 1 e 



i-e Walker, is a 1 1 a 

• Walpole i\ Herbert, o / 10 a 

Ward V. H<iI»Ih. 23 // !0 / 

WarwitMc, Biiniini.'hrfnn and Naptkm Canal 

Companies v. IJiruiiagluim Canul Company 

and otUers, 2 1 / 1 1 « 

Waivrmau r. Kll*<*ts and otbcr«. 19/11 d 

-- — \Vatki**!i V. Great Wcstera Kailway,. IG a 

1 1 a— 8 / HI </ 

Watne-v /•. 'IVUtt^ :U H4. \l U 

Watt * . Kniyht. M /// i e 



Webb. r. Knjjj'ir. 1'. / II d 

Weir r. liaiiu' :i'id <» liers. ^ >a 4 « 

rr» Wi'^ter » of Cii.: di (id TaukMind Works 

Cwnpjinv. IS ; i;{ il 

W^iU' 7'. ]\n^. 11» ni 12 e 

n* \VhUeh..l.:' tUiiiu\ Death of Mr. Wood 

Georgi'. I .*) /// . 1 »/ 

Whitehead i\ Smi^hers, XI.; 12 e 

Whitesjiiiie i\ Stewart. 14 //' 13 h 

WdbvFiorce v, llearfleld^ M ;' li» €• — 15 ; 

lie 
• — - Wikkie r. Stevenson, 12 o 11 e 
WiKson and another i\ Finch Hathoy, 28 a 

13 c 
— ^ Wira^thitrst «f. Batrrow and anotlicr, 8 iw 4 • 
It Winder. 23 « 10 <? 

— Wolff V. MetropolitaT> Kail way, (J / 11 e 
Wolmershansen r. (K( wnnor. 4 ?« II a 

Woodward v. London and Nojtb Western 

Hail way. 10 /» 11 a 

Wright r. D.ivies. Ifi »« 11 « 

ir. Loiuloa General Omnibus Company^ 



Civil Service A])pc)intment.s. *f«» OFFrciAL 

(\inipetitive Kxaminaii<in«. 3t)« U r 

Su« ccsjiful Canuiilati*s. 1 m 10^/*— 5 m\Zt 

Supjily AsiKKiiation. 2S n 12 #/ 

Civil Service Supply Association, Report, 24 a 

11 h 
Claimant nt Windsor Cattle. 19 *» H A 
Clarke ( — ) on the Lima Loan, 9 ; 12 <f 
Claj^ical Art. I^ecture on. 24 m it « 
Claugton ( Hp.) on Honpitol Sunday, 12 / 10 c 

and tlie Ru rials Bill, 18 ; h / 

Cleansing and Disinfecting, 8 i» 10 /* 
Cleopatra's Needle, all Obsticles Removed about 

its Consignment to England, IG in 4 e — 24 a 

12 /> 
Clergyman As9aulted near Nottingham, Z aSe 
Clerical Appointments, 5^11 /— 9 a 9 e — 12 a 

10 6— 2(; it 6 /— 4 m 4 A-18 in 5 /*— 18 w 9 /*— 

24 m 7 /--31 m fy/—HJ 4 d^2l) 12 6 

Abuses Bill. 17 « 9 /' 

Fellowships, Note about, 1 1 7 5 « 

Vacancies, 19 '« 8 c--21 m 9 / 

Cleveland Miners Annual Demonstration at 

Skelton. 28 m 7 h 
Clifton College. 27/ G f 

Itoyal Charter Granted to, 20 a 9/ 

Clothw«>rker8 Company, Grand Ball, 14 a 13 / 

Clyde Shipwrights, ««s Strikes 

CO'aL:— 

State of Trade in. ««« evtry dfiy» P^'P^ 

Cockerell's Circular on the I'rice of, 19 j 

10 a 
— and Colliers, 3 a 4 e 

Consumption of, 23 ; 9 A 

Import and Export Retmma of the Port of 

London, 5 a 7 c — 6 m G a— 6 ; G a 
Meeting for the Eight Hour System, 24 a 

116 

Trade of South Wales, 2^1 / 7 # 

Wigan CoalOwners Announeea Reductioo 



8j 11» 



in Wages. 2.') a 1 1 6 
Cobb (B. F.) mi Loss of Sl)^ from Combustion 

of Coals. 4 / 9 a 
Cobden Statue at Bradford. 15 7 » f 
( 'ochinea!, State of Trade ki, Froducb Markbt 
Cochrane (Baillie) at Newport on the War, 2S*» 

10 f/ 
(Lord) on the Claims to the Dundonald 

Peerage, 1 1 ; G c— 14 ; G/— 20j t> d 
Cock Dubbing, 17 a 9./' 
Cockflghtinp. Pn)secutjon8 for, 30 »i 9 / 
Cocoa, Stale of Trade ia, set FRODUcit Makket 

and Coffee Houses, 1 1 r? 6 e 

Codrington (Gen.) on Mi. Canning and Nara* 

rino, 15 m 5 e — 23 m 10 6 
Coffee, State of Trade in, see Produce Market 
Tarems, 22 m XOj—Hj la a— 2d'> !• 6— 

26j 12// 
Coinage, Report on, 12.7 11/ 
Coins, Discovery o£ Ancient,. near Cupar, 1 7 jh 5/ 
Cole (Alfred A.) on. Sunday Closing ia Ireland^ 

30 m G c 
Cold Storage for Meat, 3 ct 4 ^•—4 n\\ t 
Coleridge (Lord Chief Justice) at Bi^ford, 24 

m G c 
Colly ns (Rev. C. A.) Vegetarianism and tht 

Gout, 19 M 9 < 



Jaue 30, 1877.] palmer's index to tiik '* times " newspaper. 



Cou 



Colonib (Capt.) on Imperial and Colonial Res- 

punKabilities in War, 17 m7 d 
Ruiiflian Devclopcment in the P.icific, 26 w 

8/ 
Colliery Riots at Denaby Main Colliery. 16 <r 9/ 
Columbia, English Merchants Protcats against 

War Taxe5«, Vl ml e 

Peace Established in, 2;J u If 

Colonial Appointnienrs, 7 a (> /- 1> a e — 18 a 6 

n- 25 a U u--ft m 10 6—12 /a 7 ^—14 m 8 a— 

16 w 8 «— 13 / 8 '•— 28 / U /■ 
Government St-curities, State of Shares, in 

every iiay* ptiftrr 
Mibdiunary Society, Annual Meeting. 14 m 



6a 



/^ 



Produce Market, State of, 2 « 6 a — 7 a 1 1 
-U a la ti— 21 a V6 //— 2.S a 12 A—o m 8 a— 



12 M 18 />— IJ) /« 9 <i— 2« /« 9 «-2 ; U f/ 

— Trusts Corjioration. 5 m js A — 'i^j 11 « 

— and Oiutineutal Church Society,. Conver- 
sazione, 8 ; 12 f? 

Annual Meetinpr, m 7 f 



Colorado Beetle. 24 m W e—'^Hj 6 e—2dj 5 e 

Official Notice, ao ; 12 e 

Colquhoun (Sir P.) *>n iho Danubian Principali- 

tiesi, ol m 7 c 
Colrin ^Sidney) on Classical Art, 24 m 6 e 
Conference of Librarians — Meeting to Organize, 

14 a 14 c 
Commercial Intellif?cnce, Foreign, 2 a 4 a— 3 n 3 

d — i a 5 e — 6 a 5 t'—h a 6 e — 7 a 5 / — 9 a € 

— 11 u 1 J—Via b f—\Su :> «-14a IH e— 16 
a 7 6—17 n 6 </— j8 u 6 /*— 19 a 6 /»— 20 a 10c 
—21 a 13 c— 23 a 7 t-.24 a 12 r— 2:> n 11 A— 
26 « 7y— 27 a 1 1 r/— 28 « 12 //— 30 a 7 6—1 m 
C d— 2 m 12 «— 3 w 7 /— 4 /« (i ^—5 m 8 6— 
7 w 7 c- 8 w 12 </— 9 wi 13 </— 10 /« 7 6—1 1 »i 
10 6—12 m 13 c— 14 m 7 d— 15 ;« 1 1 a— 16 m 7 
/*— 17 HI 6 //— 18 w 10 /— 19 m 9 d— 21 w/ 6 /'— 

*22 w 6 /■— 23 m 7 c— 24 /« 7 c-25 «/ 7 ^—26 w 
*J </— 28 M 7 6—29 in 7 /— 30 7» 7 t/— 31 m 7 rf 
—1 J 6 c— 2.7 9 r-4 / 9 /•—.-) i 1 1 c— <; / 6 /•-.7 
; 8 6—8 / 6 c -9 / 12 c— 1 1 ; 9 /"-12 / C /— 13 
j 6o— 14 /8 «— ir>/ lu6— i6 j' 13/-'-18; 9 e 

— 19; 10 c— 20 1 7 /'— 11 ; 7 c-22 / 1 1 6—23 ; 
9 6—25 / 9 r/— .6 / 1 1 c— 27 i 6 6- 28 y 7 d -29 
>11 6— iiOjl-'*/ 

Commons Enclosures— Mr. Do Morgan at Sels- 
ton Common. 1 1 a 10 6 

Companies Acti«, Deputation to Government 
Hbout, 30 u 4 c 

■ Miscellaneous, State of Shares, in errri/ 
iiil\f*s paper 

' Registration, 5 ; 4 d 

Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament, Anni- 
versary Celebration, \ji)/ 

Congregational Union of England, Sittings of 
the Assembly, 8 m 10 / — 14 ni 6 n 

Connolly (Thos.) on AmcHcan Manufactures, 4 
rt 5 e 

Conjuring at the Royal Aquiiriuui. 30 « 4 /* 

Conscience Money, 3 n 7 c— 1 1 a 11 /*— 12 o 9 e 
— 14 a 12 /— 20 u U /— 21 a 13 c -23 a '.) c— 25 
a If../— 27 // 10 /•— 3 m 2 <»— 5 /« 11 A- 9 m 12 
</— 11 M 5 /— 15"«« 10 /— 21 m 9 /— 31 m 5 /'— 
t; y 5 g— 16 i 11 /—2a i 9 /— 21 1 9 Z'— 30 i 



o 



Conservative Banquets. 5 « 6 « 

Consolidated Fund, 20 rt o e 

Constantinople Conference, Offi'/ial Documents^ 
14 //« 5 a 

Constitutionnl and Working Men's Conservative 
Association of Pitole, Meeting, 31 an 10 '/ 

Continental News. Mi&^cellaneous. '-'l n 7 c —23 a 
5 e_24 a 5 d— 25 ,i 5 d— 30 a 5 /'— 2 m 7 d— 3 
,;, 5 g__5 i„ 7 /—H ;« 5 r/— 9 w 7 d— 12 /« 7 e 
—14 m 7 /--1 5 w 5 d— 17 w 5./— 18 m 5/-VJ 
tu 8 vi— 21 i« r, // -22 w 5 /— 23 m 5 /— .'.1 v.' 5 
e-ll , 7 /•_i3/5e>_U/ 7^— 15;'5 //— 16 / 
7^_-i8/7<.-_li) ; r, e— 20i5e-2l / 5 /-22 
; 5 /•— 23 / 7 e-25 j 7 /'-26 / 5 e— 27> 5 «— 2* 
;5 c_2i) ;5c— 30>7'd 

Convict Lahonr, 18 m 8 a— 19 tn 8 /— 21 m 11 ^ 

(Convocation and Seamen, 22 m 4 d 

of York. 18 (/ 9 /•— 19 a 10 d-20 086 

Meet nig (d. 26 a 6 e— 27 u 9 6—28 u 10 d 

New Hi>hop8. 27 u 9 6 

Uubric". 21; a e; «— 2« a 10 d 

CcHMle (Sir John)on the Portland Breakwater, 

4 ./ 9 e 
Cook iThonms^ .Terusalfm in 1877. 3 ^i 9 « 

Travt Hers in the Desert, 7 a 12 e 

Co-C)neraiive (\m<rrpss, Annual .'.iceting, 2 a 4 

/— 3 a 8 d— 5 ft 8 6 

S<> !ietit.'s. Blue* Hookon. 21 .; 11 / 

CojM?. N»>te on I he Use of, 18 7 8 / 

Copper Miners of England Conii)any, Sale of the- 

Establishment. 16 w 7 d 
Coppin (William) on Submarine Volcan *cs, 2 1 

m 8 c 
C«»|»yiight in Cannda, 6 r? 8 /> 

C'omn)is^ion Meeting. 16 / II 6 

Corn. State of Tr.ide in, see rceri/ doy^s popcr 

Duties and Mal!}i, 12 /r 9 c 

Cornfoikt (Diivid) on ilie Philadelphia and Read- 

ini; Bon<l}». 1(1 .< 7 »» 
Corporal Punishment in Prisons, lieturn of,. 23 / 

11 e 
Corps of Ci>mmissionaircs. 30 « 6 /*— 27 1 1 /"— 

15.n2fi 

Anniversayy Parad**. 18 / 8 <fr 

(d Gentlemen at Arms, New Co^Hain, 9 ji 

n./ 

Correittion*. 5 // 6 r 

*• (^)rvin.•l '' the Sultan Pre«ent* to the Emperor 
King of Austria, these UWiminated MSS., 28 <» 
6/' 

Cost of War. 28 /« 1 1 d 

Costa (.M.) on iluj Handel Fef^tivah 24 w 6 e 

Cotton (Alderman) 'IV-^iimtmial to by the In- 
habitants of his Wrrl. 15 ? 1(» / 

(Dr.^cm llie Ciu*e of ('jtptain Williaiiiis's 

Family, 20 ; « ^_2S / 1 1 /• 

Cott(m. Stare of Tr ide in. nfo er^rj/ dr/y,\* p<*p^ 

Adnlterateil (io«»dfj. \i\ n \ / 

Entiiuiite of Kinaiuial Besources in ibe- 

Trade,, 14 /// 'J n 
CouUuv tke C.iieer of a Sncees«*ful Siirgctin, 18 

WI W f 
Coultas (W. n.^cm the Sugar Trade of Bristol, 

12 /6 c 
C»Mimcrfeit SaiUirs, 5 / \yf 
vStMilhdowns. 211 a. .1 d— 21 n 13 t—'lT 



CcJti 



^ALrfKH's ITlDFX to " TTlt TfMK.S KKWSI^AT^KIt. 




founterfclip Sugnf IJefinery at Bristol, see Fi5- 

ZEL 

County Franchise, Meeting about at Exeter 

Hall. 1 7 m 5 ri 
^ — History. Price Sale List of a Collection of, 

at Soiheby>, 4 /w 11 c 
Monster Meeting of Farm Labourers on 

Horn Hill, 22 m 7 c— 30 m a e 
" Courier of Lyons " Note about, 24fm6d 
OCVET OF ALDERMEN :— 

Aldermtin Allen, Decease of, 6 ; 10 h 

Non-Atiendaiice of th^* Jttdges at 

Pauls, 19 o 7 c- 16 w 10 b—Gj 10 6 
Prisons, 1 7 « 7 e-^iij 10 b 



St. 



tOTJSLT CIECULAE:- 

Accei»^ion Day Cilebration, 2\j9/ 

Audiences, 2 m 9 /* 

-= Beatrice (Pnncess) Birthday of, 16 a 9 / 

•^ Brail (Emperor and Empress of) see Bra- 



zil 
-* — Cnmbridge (Duke of) Health otSaSe 

Movements of. 12a 9 «— 12 / 9 /* 

' CorwiHtion Day Celebration, 29'; 10 a 

-= — ( ount and Countess of Paris in London, 29 

i 9 /• 
- — Drawing Booms by ihe Queen, 4 /i 8 A— 7 

n fi /—I I n 9 e— 14 n 11 //— 18 a 6 a— 21 a 10 

f— 25 a 9 ff— 28 n 10 r— 2 w 9/ 
-« PregOnlatiorts, 2 in 10 a— 3 m 1*0/— 4 m 



110 ,7—5 M \ V t 

— Dbu d* Amnnlein Londlm,. l.'V7'9/ 

— Duke (if Mecklenburg Streliiz in London. 
7./ II f—2H}0/ 

EtlinburjiH ( I'hicbess of i Attends the Special' 



i-cTvire ai tbft'Kus^lJin ( Hunhfor Success to 
the Ar»i>. au a (> r— 16 in 9 / 

n\ Coburg. 14 /« 7 /*— 25 m 9/-2B in 7 



12 jM /— 2u / ;» e 

Movements of. M) a H /'— 23 a 9 e— 24 



»/ 



r, e—:.{) „ rt r~2;{ m 9 /* 



at Windsor ( asilc, 24 « 8 «— 25 a 10/ 

— (Duke of) in Egypt. 28 m 8 c 

Movements of. 18 « 5 rf— 14 <i 7 /*— 11 



w 5 €— '8 »i 5 /— 21 m H a— 21 m df—'J^m of 

— Empress Eugenie and the Prince in Italy, 
9 a 5 /' 

Movements of. 30 n 5 / — 8 in 5 d 

Ht Gibraltar. V, w 5 e 



Ex|)ectod Guests. 12 « 5 / 



-^ - I evees by the Prince of Wah r 4 a 8 h—7 
a <; /- 11 o 9 f— 14 n 1 1 A— 18 a <> a— 21 a 10 
f—lh a 9 a— 28 6 10 r-2 m 9 /*— 5 m 10 /»— 9 
w 10 /'— 12 //I 7 c— K; w 8 o— 19 m 10 a— 23 m 

8 ff— 2(5 Ml 10 c'-30 in 8 c— 2 / 8/— tf ; 8/--6 

* Presentations, 8 w 11 «— 9 »/i 10 e — 16 m 

9 /'— 8.; 10 CI- 9 ;• 13 n— 1 1 jll / 

-« — Movements of the Court. 9 a 9 « — 7 w 9 « 
— I(>w9/— 28//'9/— 4; 11 «— U ,11/— 16 
; 1 1 f—2Gj 10 /r— 22.; 8 a— 25 / 11 / 

-* — jiotices of the Court, see eVPry dny*s paper 

-« — Offers of the Court going into Mourning 
for fhp Quwn of the Netherlands. 6 ; 8 ^ 

•«^- Prince* Leopold's Birthday, 9 a 9 €—2 j 

l»/ 
_^^ Piince Jjaopold" Layv tho Fipst Stone of St. 



Court Circular (rnntinwd). 

Prince Leopold, Movements of, 1 j Sy" — I / 

11/ 



— Princess Christian, Accouchmeiit of. **<- 

BiBTllS 

Louise and Marquis of Lorne at Lichfield. 



4 a 9e 
of Wales's Tour In Greece, 5 a 9 /— 7 « 

6 e— 10 « 5 /—1 1 a 7 «— 23 n 6 //— 30 a 8 a— 
21 wi 8 a— 22 m 9 «— 30 m 5 e— 31 »i 9y— 1 j .^ 
«— 1/9./— 2>11 ,^—11 ;13« 

Prince of Wales. Anecdotes of, 14 w 14 « 

Health of, 5 a 9/— 10 a Mf 

Movements, 12 a 10 a — DJ n 5 rf— 14 *t 

7 /—Ifi a 5 d—\7 a 5/— 24 o 5 #>- 2i; o 5y— 3 
?w 5 d — 4 WI 5 e — 4 in 9 c — 7 «< o/—\ 1 jw 9 /— 
I2»i 12 6— 4/11 y 

at Portsmouth, 23 m 6 </— 24 mi 8 «— 



25 m 90 

and Princess of Wales. Morenients of* 



4<i9/*— 5 WI 13y— 7; 7 a— 11 ; lly— 12/9 f 
-27)9/ 

Ketum to London, 7j 1 1 /— 8 j 9 /" 



— the Queen's Birthday, 4 <i 8 6-7 #i « /"— H* 
a 9 /— 11 11 9 f— 18 a 6 «— 21 <f 10 <— 25 « 9 c. 
—28 a 10 r— 2 m 9/— 5 m 10 />— 9 m 10 /- 1^ 
>w 7 e -Hi w 8 rt— 19 i» 10 <»— 23 wi 8 a— 2ij « 
10 I!— 30 /!» 8 r— 31 m 6 6—2 ? 8/ 

Celebration of. 25 wiJ5y— 4 j 7 o— 4 ; 8 rr 

.- at Petersburg, 24 **/ 5 r— 25 m 5 d— 2<i 



IN I e 



Dinners to CekHrate. 



?« WI 1 1 



— -— Kcmovai of the Court to l.oi.dun, 2^ n 7/ 
'30 a 9 /— 1 /w 9 /— 2 w 7 € 

to Bjilmoral.' 18 wi 9/— 19 wi U 

Kefurn ot the (?ourt to Windsor, ir» <i 9 /' 

— 17 ci9/— I9/I 9/- 21 u 10/— 23«9/-4-f 

10 »•— 5 WI I.H /* 

Boval NaVal Cadets. 7.7 11/ 

S'a'e Concerts, l2'wi 12 c— 4 ; 11 e— 28 / M 

fl— 3OJ70 

Balls. 14 WI 1 1 e—d / 1 1 y— 19 / 9 /— 23 / 

12 a— 2fi / 8 rt 

COXIKT tF COMMON COUNCIL :— 

Bills in Parliament, 14 a (if 

Bunhill Fields Burial Ground, 19 w 10 « 

Mr. Bunninff Bequest to Guildhall Library, 

30.7 7/ 

Cattle Plajjufe; 14' a fl / 

Caxton i elebration. 30 u 12 a 

City of London College, 1 / G/ 

Grnnts. aOa 12 fi 

Imperial Standards for Measure*, Had f 

International Sanitary Congress, 19 m 10 n 

Library Committee, 30 a 12 « 

New Council Chamber, 19 m 10 a— 1/6/ 

Member, 1 / 6 /" 



Proposal to Present the Freetlom of the 

City to Ex- President Grant, 1/6/ 

Swedoninn Medal, 30 / 7 /* 

Technical Education, I / 6 /— 4 / 11 /* 

- Temple Bar. 30> 7/ 

Courthoi)e (W. J.) on Declminjr to Stand fof 

the Oxford Poetry Professorship. 23 m 10 « 
Courtney (I eonard ) on Women> Suflfrage. 8 j 6/ 
Covent Garden— the Curious Term of the Clltt^ 



^nne 30, ISJT ] PALMRn*« mnicx to '* rny. timks " NKwarAPRR. 



Cri 



Coventry (Lord) on Turf HecipnicMty, 2 « i) A 
Coventry, the Lady Oudiva rro<;esai(iii at. o ; 5 « 
t'owper-Teinple (W.) on the New Jj'orest, 21) m 

7/ 
Cox (Sergt.) Offers Sergeant-Inn Hall for the 

New Judge's Court, 25 ;m 11 r 
Coxcns-Haidy (W. H.) on Fireproof Flooring, 

:f 4 m n (/ 
Crabs and Lobster FisherieP, Official Report, 1 7 a 

\Oc 

Inquiry Into the Scarcity of, o a Qh 

Crane (Thompson) on Fires in Theatres, 13 /i 5 « 
Credit Foncier, 18 m 10 6 

Mobilier, Meeting. 11 aid 

Creswick ( — ) Farewell Banquet to, on his 
L«eHving for Austndin, 2!) in \) f 

Crete, Deputation to the Sultan for an Inquiry 
into Grierances. 8U7 7 « 

the Villagers Ketuse to Pay Taxes, 22 j 'tf 

Crime in Liverpool, 1 m 10 e 

in Naples, 4j 6 «— 1«.; 10 6— 2Gj 10 d 

Criminal Carelessness, 6i lOc/ 

Responsibility for Libel, 14 a 13 s 

CRIMINAL TRLAX3 :- 

AUen, George, and others, for Stealing, j 

II h 

Balcorobe- Barton, John, for Misdemean- 
ours. 9iM 13y— 10 w 11 d 

-^ — Barker, Alfred, for Attempted Murder ahd 
Suicide, 12 /r II e 

Barter, John, for Stealing, 20; 11 / 

Benson. H. nrv, and others, for Fraud, 13 a 

11 e—\\a 13/— UJ« 11 c— 17^r 11 r— I811II 
«— 19 a 10/— 20 a 11 c— 21 a 14 a— 23 a lib 
—24 a 12 o 

Berg^r, David, for Fraud, 24 m 1 1 </ 

Bird, Alfred, for Stealing, 10 mile 

Blackall, Wni.. for Manslaughter, 10 m II c 

Blazey, James, for Stealing. 20 / 11/ 

— Blizzard. James, for Assault, 19 ; 11/ 

Bolton, Thomas, for Fraud, 2« m 13 e 

Bowen, Wni.. for Stealing. 2<> all/ 

Boytim, Anthony, for Stealing. 10 m 11 c 

BrudlRugh' and Bezant, for Publishing an 

Obscene Book. 9 /« 13 /* 
- — BriAres^ Philip, for Stealing. 24 w 11 </ 

Bnider, VVni.. for Stcalini;. 10 w 11 d 

Brown, Josei>h, for Burglary. H w 4 /* 

TlHinvas. for Pu^blishing and Selling an 



Indeccfnt Book. \i} m W d 
— — Bunker, Thomtis. for Stealing, 10 a 11 c 
i^arroHand Field, for Begging. f> a 11 c 

— Cassa^nac, Paul de, for Libel, 3 a 8 c—Q a 
5b 

' — Chapman, John and Fred., for Stealing, 

25 in 11 c 
Chappet Frederick, for Stealing, 5 J 11/ 

— Cbastelaine and Wetherall, for Fraud, 7 m 
7 c 

— Clark, Joseph, for Wife Assault, II rt 18 r 
Coniyngbam, Maud Godfrey, for Fraud, »i 

11./ 
CoJi. Arthur, and another, fof Frturf, OmX^ f 

^ . Wm., for Stealing. 24 in W d 

Crawley, Rkihanl, for Stealing, lOw II r 

Cutting. Henry, for a Desperate Assatilf 



Crimiijal Trials (rontinneil). 

Dainktt. John, for JSu*aling. 21 7 1 1 « 

I)avj8 and Squires, tor Ui»WKTy, In VI n 

l)e Tourville, Henry, for VVite Murder. 19 

jo e— •_'«> i r> r.—n j \{) n—'J2 j 10 d--'rM 12 e 
— -io / K r— 20 ; 8 «— 2« / 10 6—21) / 10 c 
Notes abtmt. 22 / 10 tZ— 23 / i2 e 



— Devane, Timothy and Caiherine, for Mur- 
der. \u \\ f 

— Diamond. John, for Stealing. 23 m W d 

— Dixon, Frank, and anoiher, for Stealing, 
20 7 1 1 /* 

— Dobell, Thos. for Fraud. 23 m 1 1 d 

— Dodfcon, l{obort, for Stealing, 11 a 13 r 

— Donovan. John, for Stealing, lo a 1 1 d 

— Edwards, Edward, for Wounding, 1 1 m 

12 n 

— Ellioth, Frwlerick, for Assault, 13 <-! 11 d 
Micha<^l, for Wounding, 10 in lie 

— England, H. C. W., for Bankruptcy Act 
Offence, 14 a 13 / 

— Faggetter, Edward, for Wounding, 5 a 11 a 

— Featly, SanUi Ann, for Inciting to Steal, 
2I7 11 e 

— Field, John Michael, for Embezzlement, 2G 
m 13 e 

— Fitzgerald. Thomas, for Assault, 24 w 1 1 d 

— Ford, Frederick, for Stealing, 9 m 13 /* 

— FuUager, John Edward, for Frauds 30 7 
14 « 

— Gibbs, El'zabeth, for MarsLiughter, 14 a 

13 / 

— Gibbons, Thomas, and another, for Stealing, 
8 w/ 4 /• 

Go! ding, Jeremiah, and another, for Fraud, 



10 m 11 d 

— Green, William, and others, for Stealing, 
23/11 d 

— Griffiths, James, for Burglary, 23 >n \\ d 

— Hardy. Edward, for Attempted Suicide, 1 1 
a 13c 

Harrison, Simeon, for Arson, 13 a 1 1 « 



— Hedges. Johann, for Stealing, 8 7w 4 / 

— Henson, Joseph, for Wounding, 29 y 11 h 
Higgins, — , for Brutal Wife Assault, 9 a 



11 a 



James, for Stealing. 8 /« 4 /* 



— Holland t, Willi»An, for Embezzlement, 9 m 
11 c 

— Hunt. Herbert, for Fraud, Wo 12 /' 

— Hymns, George, for Stealing. 10 a 11 </ 

— Jackson, Charles, and another, for Robbery, 
6 a 11 r 

George, for Stealing, 24 m 11 d 

— Jones, Wm., for Burglary, 16 o 11 c 
John, for Stealing, 24 m \\ d 

Knight. George, for Attempted Murder, 14 



aVAf 

— Laidman, Leonard, for Embezzlement, 28 / 

11/ 

— Lardner, John Joseph for Forgery, 11 a 
12/ 

— Lnssarade, John, for Stealing, 11 a 12/ 

— Lawrence. Thos., for Stealing. 11 a 13V 

— Le« is, Morgan, for Fraudulent Bankruptcy^ 
277 12. 



Ori 



rAKMKU'.M 1NI»CX TO " THK TIMKS '* NKWbi'APKtt. [Aplil 1 tO 



Criminal Trials {nmtinued), 

' i^i|isc<mil>. — , for A8S>iul% 20 / 12 a 

.M.u; .ermutt, liernurtl, lor Wuiiiiilinif, 8 in 

^/ 

Mailhird, Lotiiat, for Wiliul Daiuugc*, 2U a 

n ^ 
Ma hIcI, Frt*(lerick, for Stejlintf. 24 m 1 1 </ 

— Muiiiiin((. TlioniH8, wncl oihers, for Burg- 
lary. M f lac/ 

' Melville, George, fur Fraud. II a 12/ 

Meredith, Cabe of Celia, <»i 11 f 

— Merryinan, Ann. fur 8te:ilintf, 25 /« 1 1 c 
Milla, John, for Stenlin^, 1 J V6 e 

— — Morley, Geo., and otlurd, for Su-aling, 10 o 

Ilf 

Morris. Tliomas. for Burglary, 10 wile 

— — M(»s8, Emma, for Stealing, 20 m 13 e 

Murphy, Louitsa, for Wounding, 9 //» 13/ 

Murray, Thomas, for Steiiling. 21 j II « 

' North, Amelia, for Murder, 1 2 o 1 1 e 

I'aters, Joseph, for Attempting to Wound, 

29>10c 
l*itketley, piobert Shaw, for Debtors Act 

Offence, 31 m 12 h 

— — Tritchard. Joseph. f«)r Stealing, 11 « 13 r 
Pulman, Frederick, and another, for Burg- 
lary, 6 <i lie 

— — Kamage, Stephen, for Stealing, 23 mil d 

Bamsaen and Frinburg, for Perjury, 10 a 

11 li—W a VI t 

Ready, Klion, for Manj-laughter, 28 j 11/ 

Itobinson. l*ercy, for Forgery, 13 o II « 

— Kyan, John, and another, for Assault, 13 a 

nd 

*— Ryle, Tliomas George, for Wounding, 12 m 

nr 

Scott, George, for Stealing. 10 ^ 11 e 

Henry James, and another, for Fraud, 

13 a 11 «— 14'* 13/ 

James Stanford, for Perjury, 10 a 11 d— 



20 m 1 1 c/— 30 Mild 

— Sheehy, Annie, for Stealing, 2,5 wi 11 e 

— Simpson. Mary Ann, for Stealing. 24 mWd 

— Smith, William, for Attempted Suicide, bj 
11/ 

for Bunrlary. 20/11 / 



Snooks, Wm., for KinbcKzlcmenf, 12 a 11/ 

South, John, for Stealing, 10 n 11 r 

Spanton, John, fur Attempted Burglary, G 

a 11 c 

— Stone, Henry, for Stealing, 20 a 11 e 

— Sweet, Henry, for Assault, 7i i3 e 
Talbrot, Wm., for Stealing, 23 m\\ d 

— Thorn, James, for Stealing, 24 m \\ d 

Thompson, Wm.. for Stealing, 23 w 11 d 

Towler, Robert, and another, for Stealing, 

7 a 12 a 
Traynor. Addie Margaret, for Stealing and 

Murder, 12 m 7 d \ 

Tunn, Joseph, for Robbery. 10 a 11 d 1 

Turner, PhoBbc, for Libel, 10 m 11 d 

Wakeling, Elizabeth, and another, for 

Stealing, 25 m 11 r 

Walker, Alfred, for RaiKJ. 10 wile 

Warren, Henry, and others, for Burglary, j 

10 Ml He I 



\xr 



Criminal Trials {continnfd). 

- — Watson. Ricl.ard Man»h, for Threats, 29 m 

11 d—\j 12 ri— 28/ 11 c 

Watts. Albert, for Rape. 29 > 12 <f 

We^tawuy, Alexander Henry, for Fraud, 

30 m 1 1 r 

While, Wm. for Stealing. 19/ 11/ 

Wicks, John, for Mant^laugliler, 31 m 12 a 

Williams, lieul)en, and another, for At- 
tempted Fraud, 27 7 12 a 
Wodehouse, Henry John, for Stciling, 6 j 

lie 
Wood, Wm. Henry, for Embezzlement, 10 

m 11 d 

Worsfold, John, for Burglary, 5 a II a 

W''ye, Fre<lerick, for Stealing, o a 1 1 a 

Wyness, Amlrew, for Murder, 12 a 1 1 e 

Croker (Capt.) ('ase of. Official Inquiry into, 

2u a 10 ri— 24 m 9 /— 25 « y— 20 m » d-^ti 

m /— 2 ; 7/ 
Croprely Church Restoration, 21 w 6 c 
Cn)ss (Geo. Jas.) on Naval Engineers, 13 a 4/ 
Crossed Cliecks, 23 m 7 b— 27/ 4 e 
Crown Life Assurance Company, 23 7 9 d 
Ciowther (Bp.) Journeys up the Niger, 12 j 8 c 
Croyle (James) on Peruvian Affairs, 3 m 7 a 
Cruikshank (George) on Capital Punbhmont, 22 

J 4d 
Ci7stnl Palace— Bcethoren 60th Anniversary, 

Concert to Celebrate. 3 « e 

Chinese Ambassador at. 25/5 /* 

Deputation to Prevent its being Opened on 

Sunday, 5 m 13 /> 

Easter Holyday Amusements in, 3 a 5 6 

Flower Show, low ) I e 

Handel Festival at, 10 m 10 A— 24 w 6 r— 

80 M 9 «— 227 8 d—2'Sj 1 1 /— 20 j 8 6— 28> 10 

e— 30/7/ 

Herr Jiubinstein's Concert at, Sj 4 e 

Meeting at the Mansion House to Utilize, 

a 5/— 21 a 7 e 

of Ordinary Stockholders, 6j 6 f 

Picture Gallery. Award of Medals, 19 a 10 d 

Rose Show, 25 / 12 d 

WVUh National Concert at, in Aid of llie 

Tynewydd Minerw Fund. 7/9/ 
Cuba, English Merchants in, 20 a 8 6 
Arrest of the (^aptain of an American 

WliahT Official Inquiry into, Sjne 

lmiK>rt Duties on v atUe, 18 / 7 e 

Miacella eous News. 13 a 5 d 

War Taxation oa Foreigners Reduced, 4 / 

7/ 
Curates Augmentation Fund, Annual Meeting, 

3w 10 c 
Cwm Avon Iron Works, New Proprietorsliip, 10 

m7 d 
Cymmrodorion Society, Question Before, 14 wt 

10 a 
Czechs and Slavs, C;5l>— UJGe 

D. 
Dallinger (Rev. W. H.) on Monads, 8 m 12 « 
Dangerous Derelict, ir, ; 7 d 

Pier— Blrickpool. 20 a 'y d 

Danish Socialist, Vindication of their Conduct, 



vTlIDO t>(), lf^77.] VAlUVAl'a ISUV.K TO fllK ** T'MIv-i " NK'.rdl'AI'F.ll. 



Toa 



Dnnnrfuther ( — ) Lecturt* on Liszt. \\ J 12 « 
i>)iiiubian i*nncipali:ieH, Account of. 'M m 7 e 
J^tirieii Kxi)lorin«i Kxiwditioii. 2 a ^ d 

I'roposecl Canhl through the Isilimua, 27 

a 'tf 

DHrjcelinff Tea Company, 2 wi 12 r 

1 >caconnu8se8 Institution, Annual Mo<?ting, 7 J 1 3 a 

I>eath of Joseph Greenough, in Prison, 2 n 1 f 

of Win. i^oarder. Found Knten by Native 

Dogs in Sydney, h j W d 

— Suddenly, of Mr. Deacon, on a Stoaniboat, 
near Erith, 8^9* 

of a Juryman, in the Old BuiKy. M m 12 a 

—30 i/i 1 1 c 

Mr. Avory*8 Address on, 31 m 12 // 

in the Pulpit, of Ker. G. T. Perks, a 



Wesleyan Clergyman, 30 yit 6 c 

DEATHS: — In consequence of the Registrar- 
General having a complete Alphabetical List 
from lei37, of all Deaths in the British Domi- 
nions, as also of all British Subjects Dying 
abroad, which can be inspected at any time at 
the Office in Somerset House, it is not deemed 
expedient to insert the Mmimum Lists as ad- 
vertised in the Times, 

Adam, Edmond, Funeral of, lOj 11 / 

Adams, Kev. John, a Victim to the Great 

Fire at St Louis, 13 a 8 c 

Allen, Alderman, 24 »i 7 e 

Bev. Dr. Hugh, 21; 1 a 



— Arnold, — , Westminster Police Magistrate, 
22 m 12 6— 23 w 11 e 

— Astley, lion. W., 20 n 5 « 

— Bagehot, Walter, 2 a 9 /> 

— Bahadoor, Sir Jung, 3 a 8 cf— 9 all f 

— Baily, John, 20y 11 y 

— Baker, Thos., 21 n 1 a 

— Baunerman, Sir Alexander. 23 o 9 / 

— Belhnghansen, Baron Munch Von, 20 ; 5 « 

— Bersolles, M., Coiisul at Belgrade ifrom 
France. « « 5 a 

Funeral of, 13 n 6 r 



— Bohl de Faber. Cecilia, 19 a 8 & 

— Bowland, Quartermaster Alexander, 26 
m 8e 

— Bravo. Mrs. C, Dtitth of. Denied, 10 w 9 « 

— Brown, Stay ley, 1(> a 5/ 

— Brownlow, Kev. W. G., 18 m 9/ 

— Caballero, Feman, 19 n 8 6 

— Cabrero, Marshal, Funeral of, 17*9/ 

— Calvert, Charles John, British Consul at 
Naples, ay a/— 15; 7 e 

— Canterbury, Viscount, 25 .; 11 / 

— Carew, Commander Timothy, 28 m 10 d 

— Carpenter, Miss Mary, 16 / 13 6— 18i 8 c 
Funeral of, 20 J of 



Carrere, Dr. Louis, a Victim of Duty, 24 

a 5 e 

Casoni, Cardinal, 24 a 5 e 

Cawley, Charles E., 4 « 10 e 

Chisholm, Mrs. Caroline, Funeral of, 2 a 6 a 

Christopher-Nisbet Hamilton, Adam, 11 j 

11/ 

Cobdcn, Mrs., Widow of the Great Free 

Trader, 19 a 9/— 20 a5d 
Compiegne, Marquis de, Shot ia a Duel, 2 



Dcfttha (rontifiHetJ). 

I otiinii. Dr.. II Victim of Duty. 9 «/ *i d 

I u'jper, (jf«ir>;e. ihe Cukutulcd Surgoun, 

2<5.; ; / 

Crabbo. Coimiiander Jo«. Wni., 28 •« 10 d 

Crook^hank, UumuiisKary Gen. A.Crj\v»kT, 

17 ri 12/1 

Daiu. VicoiMte Paul. 17 a 5 e 

Daujihter of (ioethe's " Lotte," 28 m 5/ 

Druiiunond, l^uly Emily, 23 m 9 /* 

Duiidus, Kt. lion. Sir liavid, 2 a 1 a 

Krskine, Lord. 14 w 11 e 

Fnirfax. John. Pniprietor of 77/e Sydnry 

Morniuij Itfmltl, 19 j h / 
Fiiz'rertild, Field-Marshal Sir J. F., Notice 






about. « (I 9 e 

— Frost, W. E., 8> 6 e 

— Greenhough, Joseph, in Prison, 21 m l\ d 

— llackett, Sir Wm., Chief J ustiua of Ceylon, 
21 m 6 ii &/ 

IIulliday> Andrew, alios Andrew Ualliday 



Duff, a a 10 6 

Hansen, M. J. A., the Danish Socialist, G 



Harper, Fletcher, the New York Publisher, 

Hesse, Grand Duke of, 14 / 11 e — 15 ; 9/ 

Hey wood, John Pemberton, 11 m 10 a 

Hill, Mrs., Daughter of Southey the Poet, 

19.1 10/' 

Hippolyte de Tocqueville, M., *2l m o b 

Hoare, Peier liiciiard, Senior Partner of 

the Bunk, Ij G a 
Hobart, Hon. Mrs., Wife of Adm. Ilobart 

Pasha. 16 /I 10 a 

\ Holland, Queen of, 4 i 11 /-2l ; 6 / 

Hoseason, Rear Adm. Wm., 28 in 10 d 

Jackson, John liichardson, the Merzotint 

Engraver, 21 m 4/ 

James, Lt. Gen. Sir H., 16^ 7 « 

Kay-Shuttlewortb, Sir James Phillips, 28 

VI 10/— 30 WI 1 a 

Kennard, John Peirse, 5 m 8 /> 

Kenrick, Bev. John. 26 w 12 d 

Lake. Major Gen. Edw., 18 / 6/ 

Leleshokee, Prince, Funeral of, 21^ 7 d 

Longman, Thos., 19^ I a 

Lothian, Marchioness of, 14 m 7/— 15 m 



10/ 



Solemn Funeral Mass for, 16 m 5 « 



Lu'!an, Countess of, 5 a 9y' 

Lushington, Sir Stephen, 31 m 6 c 

Mabile, Bp., 9 »i 7 c 

Madou, Jean Baptiste, a Belgian Painter, 

4a9« 

May. Frederick, 80 ; 1 a 

M'Lean, Sir Donald, 2 m 5 5 

MelHsh, Re. Hon. Lord, 16 j 7/— IS J 13 d 

— I9j 1 o 

Molesworth, Rer. Dr., 23 a 9 / 

Monro, Sir David, 2 »« 7 e 

Morella, Count de, Funeral of, 1^9/ 

Motley, John Lothrop, 31 w 6 « 

Funeral of, 4/8 «— 5 ; 10 o 

Muustcr, W. F., 16 a 10 a— 20 a 5 «— 80 

aGe 



J)ca 



I'AI.MKU'ft INI»EX TO "* TlIK TIMK8 " NK\V»I'AI*«K, [A|>n! t !• 



J)0&tll8 irotilihUt' :). 

^Nc'llK'iijiiul^. Colleen of ihe. 4 / lly' 

1' uuv r.ii «#'. - 1 /of' 

>[cMunaii, tiaiiicK. *ii m 1 (i 

() inllMjilian. ilon. Win., 23 a (> c 



— C) Rcclu, John. \2j 10 c 

— Orkney. K'trl ut, Ih //« 12 /> 

— Oriualhwuile, Lady, 25,/ 11 y 

— Paira. Loius, Fuiiural of , 3 u 3 c 

— l*utrelhi, bi^fiior, a 5 / 

— Telly, Sir IK-nry, 7./ 12/ 

— Perks, Kev, U. 1'., i^»» //* 6 c 

— I'lcaixl, M. Kriiesi, \\ in 1 e 

— I'oUing. Uoinaii l niliolie Abp, of Sydney, 
lu /// ii /— 21) w -* «/ 

— I'oitinjfer, Maj )r-(>en. John. 17 a 12 a 

— Pow^ 8, Hon. aiui Kt. liev. i^r., Kx-Bishop, 
of Sodor and Man. 1 7 1 1 6 

— Hibion, Sir John S., 7 m G c * 
liogers, John, President of ihe ** Manhood 



Suffrage League," 21 /« G c 
— Itous, Adiuiial, 20 / D /" 

Puneral of, 21 y M e—2oj 1 1 / 



Proposed Memorial to, 27 / b 

Kowerolt, Lt. Gen.. G a 10 e 

^antini, Pioteb^r, 26 j o c 

Schiller, Major D. Von, Grandson of the 

Poet, 11 w 5 6 

Sorvia, Prmcess of, Only Brother of, 23 



ad f 

— Shaw, Benjamin, 24 a 1 rf 

— Shrewsbury, Karl of, 12 /« 12 / 

— Smilh, Lt. Xhos. Lawrence, 10 a 10 c 

— Spice r, Henry, Ga 1 ^ 

— Stirling-Maxwell, Lady, IGj 7 e 
Funeral of, 21>9 / 



— Strzelecki, Count Paul, 23 a 11 6 

— Sudeley, Lord, 30 u G e 

— Tapp, Lt. Gen. 'I'hos., 22 m 7 

— Treirsanato, Cardinal, I m of 

— Urquhari, David, 26 m 1 1 u 

— Vane, Morgan, 12 mi 12 / 

— Vouiier, Col., Discoverer of the Venus of 
Milo, 7 w 4 e 

— Weekes, Henry, the Sculptor, 31 mhf 

— Weir, Kev. Dr. John, 10 a 1 o 
- Western, Sir Thos. Sutton, 21 / 7 / 



Whitteild, Lt. Gen., G a 10 e 

Williams, Kev. T., Dean of Llanduff, 25 a 

10 /— 26 a 6 ci 
- ■ Winans, Koss, an American Inventor, 3 

»i 11 a 
Wright, W. H., an Australian Sheriff, 10 a 

12 6 

Wyatt, Sir Digby, 23 m 9 /— 24 ?n 1 1 a 

Wylde. General W., PJ a y/— 24 a 10 a 

peep Weil Borings in London, 3 m 7 J- — 4 m 4 f 
Defoe ^^ Daniel) Appeal for the Descendants of, 

30 a 12 a— 2 wi 7 e 

Annuity by the Queen, 11 m^e 

Donatiops, 12 m 12 e 

No Further Subscriptions ^qui^^ 16 m 

10 d 
De Morgan (JoUn) Vtos^Bf^iVai^ jCor a New 

Political Union, 24 ;/» 11 /» 
pcnison (Archdn.) on Cliurch a;id State, U a 10 <r 



]>enniark, Mi»*eella neons News. 4 a 4 »# — 13 ah 4 

J>enniitK l\\ . F. » on Ihe N*}W Comet. 18 a 10 /' 

Denion (^NV.^on the Piiiicei>f Mouteoc^ru «J9<i 
Peace. 2t> / H» «; 

Departmental Uevenge, 18^ 11 /* 

Deputuiioiis, 23 a G c 

DerwentwMter (^Countesi of) AssertlBg her 
Ki^his, 21 a \i) f 

Desert Service for the Grenadier Gaaitls on 
View, o ; 4 c 

Destitute Olficer. xec Cajt. Williams 

Dewur (Pri>K'M>or; l^eciure on ihe Chyniical 
PhiloM.phy of Sir li. Davy, 22 in 7 «— 23 m y / 

Dilke (^Mr w. \V.) on the I. iiinesu I'riuting Pn»«, 
o a G / 

on the Vote "Food fur Game'* and Richmond 

Park. I) a 8 h 

Diiihtheria in ."Shropshire, 14 / 13^ 

Spread of, by Water, 16 ; G/ 

Discharged Prihonera, Couferenpe about. W a7 f 

Di.^cl»iiiieis, 16 y 12 //— 20 ; 10 /— 21 i 10 c 

Dividends, Bankrupt, 4 ti 8 6 — 7 a •> / — 1 1 a 9 c 
—14 a 1 1 6—18 a G a— 21 a 10 /— 25 a «J a-^ 
28 a 10 '—2 fit y /— 5 w 10 c— U w 10 f- -12 « 
7 /— IG m 8 a— li) m 10 a— 23 w 8 6— 2G m lo 
c— 30 m 8 .—2 / 8y — G f 8 b- Mj 10 6—14 ^ » 
c-lG / 10 c— JiJO J G f—Uj 10 a— 27 ; 8 ir- 30 
i 12 , 

DIVOixCE COUBT; — 

Adam^on v. Adamaon and Kurd, 2Xij l\ £ 

AUen «. Allen and Berford, 2\)j 1 1 

Axyiuar.r. Aryniar, 2O7 11 « 

Asbury u. Asbury and othen«, 28 / 1 1 « 

Bacon 1% Bacon and Ashby, 1.3 a 1 1 a 

Barrowcliflf 1;. Barrowcliff, 4 wi 1 1 « 

Beesioue v, Beestone and Kobinson, 30 v 

lie 

Binckes t*. Binckes. 16 ?it 11 y* 

Biiidloss V. Bindloss. 23 a 11 a 

Bisliop V. Bishop and Williams, 2 m \^ d 

Black r. Bhw k, 28 a 13 c/ 

Blackell r. Blackell and Ashbury, 10 » 1 1 « 

Blackwood v, Blackwood, 28 a 13 </ 

Boden v. Boden and WiUiams^ 2 i« 13 d— 7 

7/1 11 c 

Bowmer v, Bowmer, 30 a 1 1 c 

Boyce 0. Boyce and Cole, 14 m 13 ^ 

Bradburn r. Bradbum, ID w 13 c 

— Bragger r. Bragger and Wajker, 13 ; U f 

Brookfield v, Brookfleld and Stivi:^,.G; U 6 

Brougham v. Brougham, 7 ?« 11 c 

Burrell r. Burrell and Marj|^l\WMj 6/ J I 6 

Buttery v. Buttery and M*l-^an, ^8 o 1,3 d 

Campbell v, Campbell, ^ ;/i 1 1 ^e 

Clark V, Clark and Flint, 30 w 11 c 

Clegg r. Clegg, JQ.pes ftnd Jones, 28 a 13 </ 

— r- Ciiftoi:d p, Kcjifewon, .^ j 8 6 

Collins v. Coljina, 30 « lie 

T^ — Coiii:oy V, Conroy and Good, 13 ; 11 /— 16 

— — Corke v, Corke and Corke, 16 in 1 1/ 

- Craig Loggie r. Craig Loggie, 1<> a 11 d 

Dardl ». Darell and Howard, 80 a 11 c 

Day V. Day, 28 a 13 c— 14 w 13 c 

Dichmont v. Dichmont and Aichison, SO tfi 

11 c 



June 30, 1877.] palmer^s index to ** the times'' newspapeiu 



Due 



Xtfvorce Ootirt (continued). 

Downs V, Downs and Batchelor, 6 j 11 6 — 

13 j 11 a 

Eayres v, Eayres and Johnson, 14 m 13 « 

Eskriggeand another v, Eskrigge, 16 a 11 & 

Etherington v, fitherington, 13/11/ 

Evison V, Evison and Wrigglesworth, 2 m 

13 d 
— ■— Farina v. Fariaa and Johnstone, 83 a II a 

Field V, Field and Moffatt, 10 m II a 

Firebrace v, Firebrace, 21 a 13 e 

Fox V. Fox, 28 ; 11 « 

Freeth v. Freeth and Hdbrook, 7 o 11 c 

Gatacre i». Gatacre, 10 m 11 a 

Giles v. Giles, 23 a 11 a 

Glaaiere v. Glasiere, 6 > 11 * 

Gorenloek v. Govenlock, 19 « 11 ^ 

Green v. Green, 23 a 11 a 

Grubb V, Gnihb, Hj 13 d 

Guy 9, G»y, 19 a 11 c 

Hack V, Hack and Redman, 5 m 14 ^ 

Hale V, Hale, 2 m 13 <f 

Hanaauer v. Haimaner and Church, 14 m 

13 € 

Hare ». Hare, 7 m 11 c 

Hargreaves v, Hargreayes and Moore, 10 m 

11 a 

Harris v. Harris, 21 a 13 s 

^— — Hawkins v. Hawkins and Whewell, 17 m 11 

d— 19 m 13 c 
Hawksworth v. Hawksworth and Haile- 



^roTe,dOm 11 c 

Henson v. Henson and Taylor, 28 a 13 e 



Ilollms V, HolUns, 16 to 11 / 

— — Hume V, Hume and others, 23^' 13/ 

Isaacs V. Isaacs and Bloc, 18 m 11 4 

JeU V. Jell, 19 » 13 c 

Joel V. Joel and Richdale, 5 m 4 ^ 

Johnson v. Johnson, 16 m 11/ 

and Carter, 4 m 11 e 

Jones I?. Jones. 30 a U c— 13j 11/ 

Manning v. Manning, 7 a 11 e 

Marshall v. Marshall and Cuthington, 23 a 

II o— 2 m 13 d 
Maxwell v. Maxwell and others, 11 ; 13 / — 

28; He 
■ Meade v, Meade and another, 19 a 11 d 

Meadowcrof c o. Meadowcroft, 2 m 13 </ 

Milford r. MiUord, 30 a 11 c 

MiUer r. MiUer, Sj 11 b 

Morelli v. Morelli and Dorham, 20/ 11 « 

Morrison c, Morrison, 7 m 11 «— 28/ 11 € 

Molvogue ». Mulvogue, 2 m 13 df 

Nash 9. Nash and Blaikie, 23 a 11 a 

Nixdorflf i?. Nixdorflf, 3 m 11 d 

Oppenheiraer v. Oppenheiraer, 28; 11 « 

Ouston V. Ouston and Kelly, 27/11/ 

Palmer o« Palmer, Cammings, and others, 

7 m 11 c— 26 ; 13/— 28/ 1 1 d 

' Parnr o. Parry and Shepherd, 11 « 11 < 

— — Pawle 9. Pawle, 2ml3d 

Pew ». Pew, 6; lie 

Pittii V, Pittls, 20 / 1 1 e 

Plant V. Plant, 20/ 11 e 

Ponsford v, Ponsford and Connor, 8 m 11 « 

Roberts v, Roberts, 6/ 11 6 

&LXtv o. Saxtv and fi«ixtv. 2 a 12 if 



Divorce Ck)uH (continued) 

Scott V. Scott, 23 a 11 a 

Sharman v. Sharman, 6/116 

Sims V. Sims and Long, 30 a II h 

Sigismund v. Sigismund, CoUj er and Wells, 

17m lie 

Somers v, Somers and Mflward, 30 a 1 1 c 

Stalker u. Stalker, Hume and Wright, 19 « 

Ud 

Stout V. Stomt, 30 a 11 c 

Taylor «, Taylor, 10 w 11 a 

Trounce v. Trounce, and others, 16 a 11 h 

Tnmer v. Turner, 10 m 11 a 

Vincent v. Vincent and others, 16 a 11 6 

Wakley v. Wakley, 21 a 13 e 

Warner v. Warner, 30 m 1 1 c 

Waters v. Waters, 13 ; 1 1 / 

Watkins v, Watidns and Pearpoint, 4 m 11 « 

Westmore v. Westmore, 7 m 11 c 

White V. White, 17 m 11 rf 

Wilshak v, WiUhak, 19 a 1 W 

Wood V. Wood and Farrar, 4 m 11 e 

Ygleslas v. Tglesias and Selby, 27 ; 1 1 / 

Young V, Young, 10 w 11 a 

Zouche V, Zouche and May, 20 ; 11 e 

Dixon (John) Cleopatra's Needle, 24 m 12 k 

Dock Warrants and Venders, 17 m 6 a 

D00E8:— 

State of Shares in Companies, see eoerj 

day*8 paper 

Alexandra, Newport, 12 a 7 e 

Mersey, 26 m 11 e 

Sharpness, &c, 30 a 7 e 

Dockyard Workmen, 20/6/ 

Dogs— Licences Granted, 30 a 4 e 

Mad, in Southampton Street, Strand, 7 « 

about Brentwood, 1 / 8 c 

in Fleet Street, 9 to 12 e 

DoUey ^J. F.) on Meteors, 21 m 10 c 

Domestic Economy, Proposed Annual CongrcHs 

on, 2im7 d 
Dominican Goremraent, Claim of Great Britain 

against, 6 a 5 e 
Don Carlos, «ee Francs— Parte 
Movements of , 29 to 5 e— 31 m 12 A— 2i / 

5e 
Invited to Join the Roumanian Army, ttj 

5e 
Donaldson (John) on Submarine Warfare, 14 m 

Doudney (Rev. Dr.) on the Counterslip Sugar 

Refinery, 19 « 7/ 
Douglas (R. K.) on Kashgar and China, 31 m 6 e 
Drainage of Towns, Conference on, 4 m 12 6 
Drapers' Company, Banquet, 26 a 10 «^ 
Drivers and Conductors, 26 to 13/ 
Droop (H. R.) on the Ridsdale Judgment, 8/ 4 /* 
Universities Bill and College Livings, 4 n 

4e 
Drunkards in Police Cells, 9 a 11 a 
Dmry Lane Garden->the Burial Ground of St. 

Martins in the Fields, 2 « 13 /— 8 « 10 /— 10 

m 6 d-^n tt 10 a 
Drye 4 Co. and the Protests, 1 ; 6 a 
Ducat (Dr. A. D.) Public Vaccination, 2 a 4/— 

4 A A « — fi «x 10« 



Dne 



ft 



FALMEB'S INDEX TO " THE TIMES NEW8PAPEK. 



[April 1 to 



Duel between the Marquis de Compiegne and 

Mr. Maver, 2 al f 
M. Pierantoni and Signer Albanese, 17 wi 

6./ 
Dunbar (A. H.) on Scot and Celt, 16 m 10 6 

Dundee Museum. Robbery from, 11 to 11 /" 

Dundonald Claims, 10 a 1 1 /—1 1 j G «— 14; 6 /* 

— 20 1" 6 d 

(Lord) on Ironclnds. 1<» a 8 c 

Dunmow Flitch of Haton, 22 m 12 6 

Durham (Dean of) uii the Burials Bill, 24 a 5 / 

Elections. 2^-/ 10 // 

University, Convocation, 12 m 12 c 

AssoctHtion History Prize— -Award, 12 m 



12 c 



Notices, 6 j 5 f 



Dyakfl tee Bbooke {Hiajah) 

Dyke (Sir Wm. Hart) at the Ope»mg of the 

New Workmen's Hall, at Dartford, 24 m 6 (/ 
Dynamite, New Use for, 2 m C a 

E. 
Earlswood Asylum, Members of the Municipal 

Council of Paris Visit, 10 m 9 a 
Early Birds — the Nightingale at Muswell Hill, 5 

a 11 6 
Earthquake at Iquique, 14 m 7/— 67 5 d 

at Aix de Chapelle, 27 J o e 

in Scotland, 23 w 7 c 

and Tidal Wave at Iquique, 2; 7 «— 27 j 4 

b—l2j&d 

Waves, 81 m 11 /* 

a Years lletum of. 28 m 9/ 

East End Children. 4 to 12 A 

London Hospital for Children, 3 m 9/ 

Cumberland Liberal Association, 6 a 1 1 & 

Easter Holyday Aniuecmcnts, H a 5 a 
Eastern Crisis, 17 a 5/— 19 a 5 «— 20 a 5 a— 21 
a 7 a — 23 a 5 a — 5 w 13 c 

- Association, Meeting of, at St. Jameses 
Hall, 26 a 6 c—S m 12 />— 9 ai 13/ 

Question, Notes about, 20 a 4/— 21 a 7 d 

■ in its Anplo- Indian Aspect, 18 wi 12 c 

■ Letter of Mr. Glad.-itor.e on the Labour 
Kepresentatioii Ivcague Demonstration, 19 m 

8d 
I Two Years* History, Wj'ta 



Ecdesiastirnl Coniinission. 2^ m 4 f 

. — Hivalry at St. AlbunV, 23 ; 12 / 

Eclectic riiysieian*, 3 m lo d 

Edinburiih, l*'piscopal Cnthedrnl in, 30 a 6 c 

— — UniTer!»iiy, New Bursaries Founded by 
Lord Zetland, 4 in 5 e 

Degne-i Granted, 24 a 10 e 

Misc«fUaneous News, 17 a 12 d—20 a5 e 

New Professor, 21 7 10 c/ 

Resignation of Sir Robert Christison, 17 

al2d 

EDUCATION :— 

Board of Education for Scotland, Deputa- 
tion to Government to Form. 13 a 5/ 

Schools — Princess Louise Visits Two, 

in East London, 22 / 1 1 / 

Catholic, 19/11 / 

^ History of, a Lecture by Mr. Browning, Aj 



Education (contivtied), 

London School Board, Corporal Punish- 
ment, 2G rt 12 u 

of Girls, 3 m 10/— 14 m 6/— 16 w 9 / 

Finances, 12 a 10 c 

Meetiog.s 12 a 10 «— 26 a 12 a— 3 « 10 / 

—19 TO 14 a— 14>9y— 22 j 12 f— 30i 6 f 

New Schools at Westminster, 12 j 6/ 

Space in School Rooms, 12 a 10 « 

Spelling Question, 26 a 12 ti— 14^ 9/ 

on Summoning Parents for the Non-At- 



tendance of their Children, 3 to 10 y 

Teachers Salaries, &c., 3 ra 10/ 

Temperance Question, 19 tn 14 a 

Truant Question, 19 m 14 a 

University SchoUirships, 12 a 10 e 



Needlework in Board Schools, 2 a 6 c 

New Schools, 19 a 11 e 

Norwich School "Board Election, 7 o 6 e 

Privy Council Orders, 2 m 9 /— 12 w 7 «— 

16 TO 80— 19 TO 11/— 27/8 6 

Public Schools of Cahfomia, 6 a 3 e 

Qualifying Prirate Schools, 20 a 11 6 

Report of the Committee of Council on, 19 

/ 11/ 

Sheffield School Board, 8/ 6 e 

Technical, 1 1 w 4/ 

Temperance Lectures in Schools, 20 a 11 e 

Trained Teachers for Secondary Schools^ 

30 TO 10 J 
EGYPT:— 

and Abyssinia, 5 a 6/— 25 j 9/—29J 10 d 

Arranges Peace with Abyssinia, 7 / 7 e 

Birthday of the Prophet Festival, 9 a 6 a 

Consolidated Debt, 8 to 5 e 

— Contract for the Sale of Grain, I5j5e 

Customs and Mr. Scrivener, 9 a 6 a 

Daira Debt, 11 a 12 a— 22i 10 < 

Loan, Meeting of Bondholders, 4 m 6 / 

Defences of, I j 4 d 

in Equatorial Africa, 11 a 9 e 

Finances, 23 a 4 a 

Financial Position, BO a 4 d 

Improved Financial Position of, \oj 4 d 

International Tribunals, 7 } Be 

the Khedive and the Porte, 21 to 10 a— 22 

TO 8 a 

Miscellaneous News, 4 w 10 e 

Monthly Statement of the Public Debt, 7 a 



«/ 



6y — 7 TO 6/ 

— Mortgage Loan, 12 ; 5 rf 

— New Arrangements for Settling Claims 
against, o o S a 

Postal Arrangements, \5j4d 



Industrial in Italy, 9 a 4 c 



— Nubar Pasha in London, 26 a 9/ 

— and the Obelisk, 4 to 10 «— 16 to 4 d 

— Railway Stock, 16 o 5 / 

— Reported Rev^ution in Darfur, 2 / 7 e 

— Sale of the Cereals, 14 i" 7 d 

— and its Slaves, 30 a 4 a 

— State of, 27> 4 d 

— Sugar Plantations of the Khedive, 5 m^ d 

— and file Sues Canal, 16 to 4 d— 22 m 8 a 

— Taxes, Return of, 18 ; 7/ 

— Trooi>s for Turkey, Wages Diflicultv, 7 1 5 
c— 15 j4d 

Departure, 12 j 5 1^ 



June 30, 1h77.] palmeb's index to the *' times " newspaper. 



Est 



Egypt (continued), 

its Two Easters, 30 a 4 rf 

Unified Debt, 22 m 8 a 

and the War, 30 a 4 rf— 16 m\d 

Elcho (Lord^ on the Rifle Cavalry, 27 ; 4 c 
ELECTIONS:— 

Canterbury, 4 « 5/ 

Chichester, 25 a 9 6 

Dungarvon, 21 ; 9 /— 25 / 11/ 

the New Member, 26 j 10 e 

East Essex. 12 w 12/ 

Grantham, 20 a 5 / 



— Hel^ton, 24 a 10 « 

— Huntingdonshire, 13/10 <— 30^ 7 « 

— Kidderminster, 15 m 9 a 

— Maldon, 12 w 12 / 

— Mid-Kent, 19 « 10 « 

— Montgomeryshire Boroughs, 3 m 6 d — 8 « 
12 c— 12 m 12 /*— 16 w 10 i!* 

— Oxfordshire, 6 a 8 a— 7 a 9/ 

— Plymouth, 23 n 10 rf 
Salford, 4 o 5 /•— 10 a 8 A— 11 a 10 rf— 12 a 



10 6—13 a 8 a— 16 a 8 c— 17 a 5 /*— 18 o 10 * 
— 19fl lOtf— 20«i5/ 

Notes about, 20 a 6/— 23 a 12 a— 24 a 



10 e 

North Salop, 2 ot € 

Stoke upon Trent, 29 / 10/ 

Tipperarj, 23 a 10 d -30 a 8 n— 2 m 9 e— 3 

m 6 d— 4 m 9 /— 5 « 13 c— 8 m 12 c— 14 m 8 e 

—15 i« 9 a— ie m 10 6—17 w 9/— 21 w 9 / 
Electors, Return of Registered, 31 m 10 r 
Electric Candle, Account of, 4 m 4 « 
Electricity, Lectures at the Royal Institution on, 

17 d 10 6 
Elliot (R. A.) Indian Agriculture, 10 « 6 « 
Ellis (Robert) on Fever Traps at the West of 

London, 4 m 4 <f 
Elwes f R.) Great Wave in the Pacific, 9/106 
Ely (Bp. of) on the Church Questions, 12 a 10 d 
Emma Mining Company, 4^7 b — 3 ml h 
Emigration to South Australia, Wab d 

Fiji a New Field for, 24 w 11 6 

Irish, Ual f 

of Pauper ( .hildren, 14 a 6/ 

Employment of Convicts in Government Works, 

Deputation about, 16 wi 9 / 
Enclosures, Report on, 23 a 10 rf 

Royal Commissioners Report, 25 m 11 e 

End of a Career, 'i\ m\\ d 

English Church Union, Meetings, 19 m 8 e — 15 / 

10 e 

Copyright in Canada, 6 a 8 6 

Episcopalians in Scotland, Correspondence, 

17a6/-2ml2/ 

— Funds, State of, in every days paper 

News via Paris, 22 w 7 e— 6^ 5 d 

from France, 3 w 1 1 c 

Poets, New and Elegant Editions of, 21 tn 

4/ 
Presbyterian Missions, 3 m 10 c 

Titles by Way of France, 6 / 5 d 

and Italian Floods. Notes about, 25 a 5 c 

Enville Gardens, Damage Done by Visitors, 26 

m II « 

Epidemic Infectious Diseases, 21 m 4 « 



Epping Forest, Scheme of Management, 4 a 5 / 
Equitable Life Assurance Society, im B d 

Trust Company of New York, 21 a 13 6 

Errata, 28 a 6/ 

Escape of a Prisoner from the Essex County 

Gaol at Springfield, 13^ 7 e 
and Recapture of James Quigley, from 

Portland Prison, 16 »c 6 e 
** Escaped *' an Old Turk is Happy at the Death 

of his Son. Si m \0 d 
Essex and Sussex Labourers' Union, Annual 

Demonstration, 17 mi 7 d 
Estate Exchange Register, Sales, 2 a 5 c — 6 a S- 

6—9 a 7 6—16 a 7 6—23 n 7 tf— 30 a 7 6—4 fa 

6 c— 7 m 7 6—14 m 7 6—21 m 7 6—28 m 7 6— ^ 

4/9 a— 8 / 6 6—1 1 / 9 a— 18 j 9 a— 25; 9 e 
ESTATES IN LKlUIDATION :— 
Archer, Emerson, of Albion Works, Stokat 

Newington, 20y 4 /* 

Ashton, Henry Moses, Comwall Boad^ 



Lambeth, 16 a 3/ 

Barnes. Henry Greorge, of Poplar, %2mBf 

Beart, John Morley, of Folkstone-, 4 a 13 c- 

Butley, Wm., of Stockton on Tees. 20 / 4/ 

Blackmore, W. and E., uf Warwick Street,. 

Sy 13e 
Blum & Co., of Lime Street,. City, 25 m 

13/ 

Burry Port Smelting Cumpany, 9 m5 d 

Butterworth, Alfred, of Manchester, 23 / 

Cardwell and Son, of CUve Millsi Dews- 
bury, 14y 8 « 

Cooper, William, of New Bond Street, 30 

m 12 c 

Dewey, Edw., of Ludgate Hill, 17 a 13 c 

Dllkson, Thomas Clarke^ of Croydon^ 2 ni- 



15 6 



4 
4e 



5^ 



Donne, WiHiara James, of Ludlow, 3 a 1 /' 
Downing, Edw., of Farehani, Hants^ 14 j' 

Draper and Co., of Tuobridge Wells, 14 /' 

Everest, David, of Tunbridge Wells, 9 ni' 



— Gass, Frederick, of Camberwell Road, 12 
tn5f 

(jrreenless, Robt. and Archibald, of Fridayi- 



Street, City, 1 w 13/ 

— Ground, Rev. Joshua, of Caterham Asylum,. 
22 m 13 f 

— Heffiil, Edw. Thomas, of Lambeth Walk, ft* 
tn 6 c , 

Hirschfield and Lowe, of the Hop^ and' 



Malt Exchange, Borough, 1 6/ 5 c 
Hogg, Robert Foster, of Cannon. Street 

Road, 2 m 15 6 
Jonghans, Warner, of Addle StreeC City, 

19 m 5- ft 
Leach, Geo. Edw., and Augustofr Fred. 

Lea«h> of Dals^on, 12 m 5 /— 4 / 16^ 

Leggatt & Co., of Austin Friars, 11/16 6 

Lutto, Herman, of St. Paul's Churchyard, 

9 WI 6 c 
— — M'Carthv and Downing^ I>/»r 5 r 
McNoilage. Edward, ot OW Ford, 2S a 6 h 



Est 



rALMKR*B mrrEX to ^ the tiites ** newspaper. 



[ApriF 




Estates in Liquidation (rontinwd), 

Merry, W. and T. k^ of Whitechapel and 

Southampton, 2S a 5 b 

Millar, Wm. SummenriUe, of Sussex Street, 



Pimlico, 17 in 4 / 
MUsen, £dw. Moorey, of Binnmgham, 1 m 

13/ 
Naylor and Whtting, of Milk Street, £. C, 

$ m 5 c 

Palmer* Joseph, of Brentford, 8^ 4 e 

Pickford, Francis Palmer, of Tunbridge 

Wells. 14 ; 4« 
Pulsford, Son & Co., of ^oane Street, 21 a 

56 
Rainbow and Holberton, of St. Helen's 

Place, 16 ; 6 r 
Sach, Wm. & Co., of Cannon Street, 28 ; 

— Schofield, Henry, of Wolverhampton, 4 a 
13c 

Short, Robert Peter, of London Wall, 5 ; 

13 e 

— Stepney, Lt. Col. Sir J. S. Cowell, 17 m 

10 r 

Sullivan, Daniel Peyton, of Knightrider 

Street, 3 m 4/ 

— Trinder, John Henry, of Great Dover St., 
and Brightonv23>4/ 

Tumor, Everett, of Aldermanbury, 27 a 

13 r 

— Underwood, Thos., of Royal Road, Kensing- 
ton. 27 a 13/* 

VassilopulO' aad Copchili, of Manchester, 

22y 13« 

Western Bank of Scotland, 3 m 4 (f 

White, Wm, Thompson, of Watling Street, 

l2jVSc 

Woolf , Samuel Benjamin, of Old Bond St., 

20 ; 4/ 

Woolstone, Thomas, of Briggate, Leeds^ 2 

Wyatt, Wm. Edw., of Kingsland Road, 23 

> * / 

Kthendge (Robert) Pal»ozoit Rocks Under Lon- 
don, 16 m 4 e 

Ethics of Belief, a Lecture by Mr. Wace, 10 a 

11 c 

Eton College, Elections, 14 m 13/ 

Fourth ot June at. 6 i 10 rf 

European Assurance Society Arbitration, 7 a 5/ 
—9 m 14 6—10 ml b 

Europeans in India, 25 a 12 a 

Evangelical Alliance, 15 m 12 6 

Meeting, 19 m 8 s 

Evans (Rev. Thomas) on the Vicar of Winch- 
combe's Omission in the Burial ^rrice Over a 
Wesleyan Lady, 2 m 13 <f 

Ex-PrcsidenU in England, 19; 5./— 20> 7/ 

I'jcchange, Course of, see every day's pitper 

Exchequer Bills, 30 m 7 a 

Execution of the Mornoon Bkhop Lee, 3 a 3 « 

of Frederick Baker, for Murder, at War- 
wick, 18 a 10/ 

of James Bannister, at Chester Castle, for 

Murder, 3 a 9 6 

. — of John Henry Johnsoi^ at Leeds,. 4 a & c 



Exhibition of Ship Models, gee Sbifbuxi.d»o 
Export Returns, 8 m 1 1 d 

Extempore Preaching, 4 a 6/— 6 a 6 /*— 11 a 11/ 
Extraordinary Crime in New York, 19 o 5 « 

F. 

Faetories and Workshops BiB. 22 m 11 / 
Factors* Amendment Bill, Note aWitt, 18 m 10 a 
Factory Accidents, Official Return. 5 m 6/ 
— — Question and the Earl of Shafteabiuy, 1^ 

tn 12 6—22 m 7 e— 23 m 6 /"— 24 m 9 f—tB m 8 

f— 29m8c— 6i8c 
Falkland Islands, Cot D*Arcy's Report, 7 aUh 

Island Company, 21 i 7 rf 

Falmouth, New Park for, 26 in 12 6 

Farming in Scotland, 1 ^ 4 e 

Farquhar (Vice Adm.) Vindication of the Rajab 

Brooke, 21 m 4 e— 24 m 8 r 
Farrar (Rev. F. W.) on St. Margaret's Weamin^ 

ster, 2y 10 a 
Fatal Dilemma, 13j lOe 
Fauntleroy (Robt.) on Jamaica, 9^ a 10 c 
Fawcett (Mrs.) Women of Thackery, Didccn* 

and George Eliot, 21 m 6 a 
Fee Stamps, Return of, 21 m 6/ 
Female Guardianaof the Poor — St. Pancras,^ 11 

a 11/ 

St. Anne*s, Soho, 12 tf 7 e 

Fever Traps, 4 m 4 <f 

Field Lane Institution, Memorial St^ne Laid br 

the Earl of Shaftesbury, 14; 7 e 
Fieldcn (SHmnel) on Lord Shaftesbury aod the 

Factories* Question, 19 m 12 b—Qj 8 c 
Fi>i, Stale of , 4 a 7 «— 30 all f 

Suva to be the Future Capital of, 12 w 19 6 

FINE ABTSi— 

Agnew Galleries, Old Bond Street, 24 a 4/ 

Art Congress at Naples^ 5 m 10 a 

-»— Artists* Benevolent Institutions, 23 a hf— 

14 m 10 c 
Award of Prizes at the Salon, 22 m 5 •—SO 

mh d 
Birmingham Spring Water Colour Exhibi- 
tion of Loo&l Artists, 2a 7 J 

Chantry Bequest, 7 m 4 « 

Dillon's Drawings of Japan, 14 m 8 /" 

Exhibition at Naples, 6 a 6 </— 9 a 5 /— 13 

a 8 />— 5 TO 10 a 
Grosveaor Gallery, 1 m 10 b — 10 si 6 b — 12 

ml2c 
Institute of Painters in Water Coloors 

ExhibitioDv \ m^d 
— =— Loan Collection of Old Wedgwood at 

Phillips's, Oxford Street, 22 m 4/ 
Price Sale List of Mr. Gladdish't Collection 

of Modem Picturesy 26 / 4/ 
of a Collection of Miniatnrea and Ena- 
mels at Christie's 26 ; 4/ 

of Mr. Knowles's Collection of Water 



Colour Drawings, 22 m 4 s 

of Mr. Lewis's Pictures, Ac, 7 m 10/ 

of Miscellaneous Articles at Chc^tie^ 29 



m 6 c 

of Mr. Munro's Collection of Tomer's 

Drawings, \j\\ b — 5 ; 4 e — 8 i 6/ 

of bir Henry Raebum's Portxmits^ 15 m 



\*> 



June 80, 1877.] palmbr's index to " tub iimks " nkwbpaper. 



Fir 



Pina Arti (amtimted). 

Price Sale List of Colonel Towneley't Sale 

of Pktarea, 29 IN 6 <* 
of Valuable Pictures (Including the 

Portrait of Scott, bj Landseer) Sold at 

Cbriitie't, liy8« 

BeooTery of the Painting Stolen from the 



Beriin Museum, 6 a Sj 

— Bembrandt's Rtchings at the Burlington 
Fine Arts dub, 28 m 10 c— 24 m 8 c 

— Boyal Academy Bzhibition, 5 « 12 a— 12 
m€d~22si 11 m 

Purchases from the Chantry Bequest for, 

7 « 4 •— 17 M If 



— Sale of the Archeological and CEsthetic 
Effects of the King's Anns Hotel, Lancaster, 
16a6<f 

Sale of Baron Albert Grant's Pictures, 24 



« 4/— 28 m 12 s-^ a 6 6—1 m 9 f—l m 10 <f 
of the Shandon Collection of Mr. Napier, 



9 a 6/— 16 a 6 <f»18 a 9/— 21 a 18 /* 

of the Second Portion of the Shandon 



Collection, 22 si 4 « 
Sales,9a6/~16a6J— 24a4/— 7 m 10 

/— 15 m 12 6—22 m 4 « 

Socie^ of Water Colour Pamters, 24 a 4 s 

Suffolk Street Galleries, 17 m 10 c 

Fines on Police Constables, 28 m 4/ 
Finsbniy Ayenue, New Church Opened in, 16 j 

14 6 
FinxeU's Sugar Beflnery in Bristol, 11 a 12 a 

Dr. Doudney's Account of, 19 a If 

Fire Hydrants, 5 mil/ 

Proof Flooring, 20 a 4 «— 24 « 11 a 



— 2a44-5a6/— 10a6/— I6a9 f— 17 a 
12 6—18 a 6/— 20 a 12 a— 24 a 10 a— 26 a 60 
—80 a 7 <f— Sm 8 6-4 m 12 a— 7 m 11 /*— 10 
w 6 c— 14 SI 8 «— 17 m U/— 18 m 9 /— 21 » 6 
<— 26 m 7 e— 26 m 12 <— 29 m 11 6—80 m 10/ 
— 2y 18 /*- 26i 8 «/-29i 10 s-SO/ 18 / 

— at the Adelphi Spinning Mills, Glasgow, 27 
a 12 a 

— at Amebabad, 250 Houses Burnt, VI a %d 

— at Arlington Street, Islington, Atkinson's 
Saw Mills, 4 m 12 a 

— Atlas Club, Oxford Street, 4 a 6 6 

— at Bell's Lndfer Match Factory, Wands- 
worth, 80 SI 10 / 

in Bemer's Street, Oxford Street, 17 a 



12 6 



— at Boston, N. £., One Person KUled and 
Ten Injured, 9i 7 d 

— at Bragg's Charcoal Biscuit Bakery, Wig- 
more Street, 80 a 7 d 

— in Brett's Buildings, Bishopsgate, 27 j 6 d 

— at Bridgeport, Connecticut, at a Large Hat 
Factory, Thhteen Killed and many Wounded, 
9y7<f 

— at Bromley, Brown's Saw Ifills, 25/8 d 

— at Burt's Wharf, Rotherhitbe, 14 m 8 c 

— at Bury, St. Edmund'^. Boby's Agricultural 
Instrument Works, 1 1 m 9./ 

— in Canada at Montreal, Sixty Housea 
Destroyed, 81 si 5/ 

— at the Cedars, Upper Clapton, 25 m 7 <r 



Fires (continued), 

at Chatteris, at Godwin's Rug Factory, 2» 

HI 11 6 

in Clieater, 80 m 10 /* 

at Clarke's Thread Factory, Paisley, 29 ; 

10 e 

in Constantinople, 80 n 5 /— 21 m 6 a 

at the Corticine Floor Cloth Factory, 

Chingford, 19^ 1 1 a 

at the Curragh, 18 a 11 a 

at Deptford, the Boys' Home, 15 j 5 0— IG 

New Town, Poplar Row. 14 m 8 

at Dickinson's Tar Distillery, Deptford, 17 

a 12 6 

at Down Court Farm, Doddington, 18 a 6/ 

— ^-at Edinburgh, Total Destruction of the 

Queen's Theatre, 4 a 6 6 
at Ishw "Royal Mills" Kamptulican 

Factory, 12/5/ 
Eyschoff, the Little YiUage of. Destroyed, 

11 m 5 e 

at Fitch's Timber Yard, Brixton, 24 a 10 a 

at Fohling, Essex, Two Cottages Burnt to 

theGround,7ill/ 

Forest in New England, Ac, 18 m 5 d 

— -» of the Furze on Tooting Common, 7 m 11 / 
at Gibraltar, Texas, Destroying the Cotton 

Exchange, Two Banks, &c., 9 j 7 d—llj 8 a 

in Glasgow, M'Arthur's Saw Mills, 26 m 12 e 

in Goldsmith Row, Hackney Road, 14 «m 8 e 

at Govan, a Sail Cloth Factory, 14 m 8 

in Great Alio Street, at Hussey's Watch 

Manufactory, 25> 8 </— 27y 6 d 
— at Grosyenor Square, Bates's Coffee House, 

5a6/ 

near Helbom Workhouse, 18 m 9/ 

in the Isle of Dogs, Accident to Capt. 

Shaw. 27 j^d 

at Jassy, 7j 7 e 

at Kanda Tokio^ Over 1,000 Houses De- 
stroyed, 22 m 7 ff 
at Keighley, Layoock's Timber Yard, 28 

o 7 /*— 28 m 9 

in Kingsland Green, 10 a 6 /* 

in LaTcnder Terrace, Battersea, 28 i 10 6 

—29^ 10 
at Leicester, Cousins & Co's Hosiers and 

Boot Factors, Sa9f 

at Limehouse, 21 m 6 

Causeway, 29 / 10 

in Liverpool, at Bond Street, 4 a 6 6 

at Upper Stone Street, 26 a 6 



— at London Bridge, the Tiger Tea Company'a 
Premises, 10 a 6 /* 

— at Marblehead in Bfassadiusetts, 26^ 5 /*— 
27> 5 

— in Mare Street, Hackney, at Mr. Barder's^ 
2a46 

— in Metz Cathedral, 8 m 5 </ 

— at Millwall, Salt's Builder, 20 j 9/ 
at Mount Carmel, 6 ; 5 6 



— at Nehan Factory, Glasgow, 29 ; 10 

at New Briggate, Leeds, 15^ 5 

: Brunswick, 16 m 5 /* 

Orleans, 9 ; 7 rf 



Fir 



PALMEK^S INDKX TO " THB TIMES " NEWSPAPER. [April 1 tO 



Fires (nmtimtpd). 

at the Newj>ort Flour and Kice Mills, 14 

in 8 e 
— — at Netting Hill, Princc'8 Road, 4 a (J 6 
in Old Street. Shoreditch, at Bailey's Toy 

Factory, 2(; a 6 c 

in Poplar, at Kirton's Packing Case Factory, 



24 // 10 a 

— in Prinoe'8 Street,^ Leicester Square, at 
Jacobu8*8 Shoe Factory, Cy a f> f 

— in Red Lion Court, Fleet Street, at Taylor 
and Francis's Printing Offices, 30 a 7 d 

— at Regent's Park, Mr. Leslie, Coach Builder, 
21 m 6 « 

— at Ridley's Floor Cloth Factory, 10 m 6 c 
— Ilm9/ 

— at Robert's Scale Factory, Bethnal Green, 
2 i 13/ 

at Robins's, Builders, West Hackney, 26 



aee 

— at St. John's New Brunswick, Half the 
Private Residences Destroyed, and 15,000 
People Homeless, 22 j 5 d-2'3 j 7 e— 23 j d a 
—25 jSa 

Commercial Houses Not Bunit. 25 / c 

List of Streets Destroyed by, 27 i 10 6 

Note about, 25 j 13/ 

Subscriptions for the Sufferers, 28 y 8 a 



—25 j 7 o— 26 J 5 /— 20 / 10 e— 27 J 5 e— 28 j 
6/_-30; 7e 

Mansion House Fund, 27 j 12 6 



— at St. John's Villas, HoUoway, m aid 

— at St. Louis, the Southern Hotel, 12 a 5 c 
— 13 a 5 (/ & e— 16 a 5/^24 a 10 «— 30 o 6 c 

— at Sea, an Old Siiilor on, 10 a 12 a 

— at Siemens* Works, near Charlton* Pier, 11 
a 10 6 

— in Southwark Bridge Road, 16 a 9 / 

— at the Staines Linoleum Factory, 2 w 7 e 

— at Stratford, at Shim well's Tin Factory, 18 
a6f 

— at the Tan jong Pagar Coal Wharf, Burning 
28 Days, 15^ 5 c 

— in Theobald's Road, 16 a 9/ 
at Walkerton, Ontario, Forty Houses Des- 



troyed, 30 m 5 « 

— at Westport, Edinburgh. 2 m 7 e 
at Wingate's Shipbuilding Yard, 



Glasgow, 1 4 m 8 e 

at Woodstock^ New Brunswick, 19 m 8 a 

Fires in Theatres, Notes? about, 13^5 e — 5 m 6/ 

Official Examination, 24 a 10 a— 1 w 11/ 

at Hotels, 27 a 4 c 

Prevention of, 23 a 7 c 

Smoke Respirators in— an Impromptu One 

—a Wet Pillow Case, 3 m 5 /* 
Firms, Changes in, 16 a 7 6—17 a 6 a— 25 a 11 6 

—29 TO 7 6—31 m7 a 

Removals of, 3 w 7 6 

Firth of Froth, Deputation on Defences for, 23 

a6c 
Fish, Return of Bad, Destroyed at Billingsgate, 

4ij 5 e — 14; 5 c 
— Return of^ Destroyed by the City Company, 

17Q7e 
Fisheries, Cornish Meckerel, 28 m Tf—ij 14 6 



Fisheries, Inspectors Report of the Irish, 2 a 9 r 
International Commission at Halifitz, 22 a 

7 „_3i m 5y— 1 jS e— 16/ 7 rf— 18; 7 c— 13; 

5 /_20;o/— 21/6 6 

Mackerel. Kinsall, 10 a 8 6 



Pilchard, 1 m 6/ 

Spring Salmon Season, 22 m 8 6 

State of, 2 a 6 6—7 m Q e 

Tweed Salmon, 9 a 8 a— 23 a 11 /— 23 » 

4/- 
Fishing with Dynaniite, Official Inquiry into, Ij 

11 a 
Fishmongers* Company, Grand Banquet by, 19 a 

7 e 
Fisher (Joseph) on Untried Prisoners, 5 a 12 a 
Firzmaurice (L«rd Edmond) at Swindon, 25 s 

7/ 
on New Forest, 26 m 12 a— 7/ 6 e 

Five Generations, 29 to 4 e— 30 m 9 /— 81 m Ba 

-li4/ 
Fleming (George) on the Cattle Plague, 23 a 8 c 

(James) Priest in Absolution, 26 i 7/ 

Floatirg Powder Barrels, 5 a 10 e 
Floods, Notes on, 3 a 6 r/— 4 a 10 « 

in the Provinces, 11 a 12 rf 

Flower (Professor) on Sloths and Ant-Eaters, 19 

y 4a 

Markets of Paris, 9 o 6/ 

Food for Game in Richmond Park, 9 o 8 6— IS 

rt 10 6 
Forbes (Alex.) on the Great Northern Railway, 

8; 6a 
Foreign Office Appointments, 21 a 10 e— 28 a 10 

c— 9 TO 10/— 12 TO 7 «— 16 TO 8 c/— 20 J 6 /— 30 

; I2e 
Notices, 80 TO 8 c— 9 ; 10 a— 13y 8 c— 16 j 

10 c— 20/6/— 30y 12« 

Postage. Note on, 3 o 6 c 

Tariff, Lord Derby on. 12 a 9/ 

and Colonial Government Trust, Annual 

Meeting. 19 m 9 c & rf 
Forest of Ballochfioe, Purchase of , by theQnecn, 

25 TO 10 tf 
Forfeiture Relief Bill. 2 to 12 / 
Forster (Sir Charles^ at Walsall, 25 w 7 / 
Bequest on View at South Kensington 

Museum, 21 to 6 c 
Forsyth (Douglas) Denial of the Ameer of Kash- 

gar Tendering Allegiance to the Sultan, 9 « 

10 « 
(Wm.) on the Colliery Inundation at Tyne- 

widd Pit, 28 to 12 a 

( — ) Priest in Absolution, 21 y 9/ 

Fortuna Company, 13 a 10 e 

Foimd Drowned in the Thames the Bodies of a 

Man and Women. 14 ; 7 « 
Dead, a Medical Student, on the Grass 

near Apsley House, 23 ; 7 / 
Four Latin Fathers, Statues of Removed from 

Bristol Cathedral to East liesterton Church, 

7a6e 
FEANOB :— 

Academy. M. Sardou Elected, 8y 6 c 

Als^rian Elections, 10 a o d 

Imports and Exports, 1 2 a 5 e 

Appeal of Leonard Aublcn, tho Murderar 



T»_i i.-J 10 



1 .-k t. 



June 30, 1877] palmk«*s indkx to ''the timks " NKwsrAPKK. 



Ira 



France (continued). I 

Association for Ibe Improvement of Meani* | 

of Transport, First Session. M] j 7 c j 
Atlienee Club at Mardeilles Dissolved by 



the Prefect, 29i5 J 

— Award of Prizes at the Saloa, 22 m 5 c — SO 
m 5 c/ 

— Band of Swindlers Convicted. 28 9 5 e 
British Charitable Fund, Bail in Aid of, 5 



a 5 c 



— Budget Committee, 13^' 5 c — 14 i 7 c — 15 J 
5 c—WJ 7 c 

— Bust of the Republic, 7 a ft e 
Chamber of Deputies, Proceed! ngvS. 4 m 10 



rf— 9 m 7 c— 19 ; o a~20 ; 6 a 

Declaration of Neutrality to be Issued, 7 



m 12 6 

Deputies and the President, 12 ; 5 6 

Scene in the Chambers, 18 i 7 a 



Dissolution Valid, 20 i 5 a 

the Marshal's Demand for Dissolution of 

the Senate, 21j 6 a 

Debate in the Senate, 21/5 a—22j 5 a 



—23 ; 7 a 

Ceremony of Dissolving, 26 j 5 </ 



Ministerial Crisis, Excitement in, 18 m 



.» e 



M. Gambetta's Speech on, 18 m 5 e — 
18 ; 7 6 

to be Prorogued for a Month, 17 w 5 /* 

Speech of Due Decazes, 19^ 5 a 



— Cassagnac (Paul de) Trial of, for Libel, 3 a 
3 c— 6 a 5 6—24 abd 

— Cathobc Congress, 5 a 5 b — 7 a 5 d — 9 a 6 d 
Don Carlos at, 9 a 5/ 

Lawyers for Prosecuting Libels on the 



Church, 7 ab d 

Peter's Pence Advocated, ^ ab d 



— Clericalism and its Opponents, 20 ab b 

— Commercial Treaties, 2 aSf-b a b c — 10 a 
bd 

— Consul- General, a Prefect and his Secretary 
Struck with a Knife by Andre, a Discharged 
Teacher, 12 a 5 c 

— Comeille Anniversary, 8^ 5 c 

— the Crisis, 6 » 6 a 

— Communists, Sentences Commuted, 9 a 5 6 
844 Aranested, 2b j 7 f 

— DuTerdier f Bonnet) Arrest of, Aj 7 e 
Trial of, 9 j 7 c— 14 J 7 c 

Appeal Aflirms the Sentence, 23 / 7 c 



— Deaths of Medical Men, Victims of Duty, 
9 a 5 (2—24 abe 

— Departmental Councils, Spring Sessions, 
10a 5 d 

— Deputation from Paris to the London Un- 
derground Railway, 1 w 6 e— 1 m 10 y— 3 m 11 
b — 15 m b c 

— Diplomatic News, 18 a 6 </— 19 a b c — 3 m 
be 

— Dissolution and Re-Election, 23 m 5 a— 27 
jbd 

— Ducde Broglie's Circular to the Procureurs- 
Generalix, 30 m 5 c 

— Election8,4«5c— 9a5rf— 10a lOe— 8TO5e 
Exhibition Building, the Marshal President 



Trtorko/tfo O^ 



K ^ 



Franco fron fin vrdj . 

~ — Export and Import neturns. \1 m h d 

Kori'ij^ Policy, 2 a 3 / 

Gainbetta, Banquet to, at Amiens, 11 j 7 e 

^^p(Mch at. \\ j 1 e 

French Kesidents in Switzerland Present 



with a Gold Watch for his Services to the lie- 
public. 2i) i h d 

Speech at Abbeville, 13 i 5 d 

at the Hoche Anniversary Dinner, 2G 



;o/ 



his Paper to be Prosecuted, 29^ 5 e 



— General Society of Prisons, First Meeting, 
8j 5 c 

— and Oprmany, 18 n- 5 d — 28 m 7 h 

— Hon)e for En-jlish Women in Paris, Meet- 
ing of the Supporters. &c., 10 a 5 d — 13 a 8 6 

Horsfall (Capt.) Medal Presented to, for 



Rescuing a French Crew, 24 a 5 e 

— Horticultural Exhibition, the President at, 
30 ;n 5 cf 

— Uyacinthe (Father) Lectures, 17a6e— 17 
10 d— 24 abe 

Import and Export Returns, 17 a 5 e — 16 j 



7c 



Irreconcilables of the Chamber of Deputies 



Hold a Meeting at Louis Blanc's, 23 »i 5 a 
Minute adopted by, 23 m 5 a 



— and Italy, 25 m 5 6 

— Ladon«j (Bp.) Letter to the President, 14 a 

7d 

— Lecture of Comte Louis de Cassey at 
Angers Roman Catholic Chapel on Sunday 
Observance Forbidden by Grovemment, lla7d 

— " Lettres du Pere Ducherne " Seized on the 



Press, V3/5« 

— Lorraine, Proposed to Buy back and Give 
to the Comte de Chambord, I2'a 5 d 

— Luneville, Unveiling of the Monument to 
the Victims of the Last War Deferred, 3 a 3 c 

— Lyons, Two Papers Published in, Senten- 
ces on, 30 y 7 c 

— Medical Man Fined for Refusing Evidence, 
n a 7 d 

— Meeting of the Three Presidents of the 
Left, 11 ; 7 « 

— Michelet*s Monument, 20 m 5 ^ 

— Mmisterial Crisis, 18 m 5 e— 21 m 5 a— 22 
m b rf— 24 »» 5 d— 25 m 5 a — 15 ^ 6 c 

— Ministry Resign, 17 m 6 e 

New, 17 m 5 «— 18 m 5 /— 19 m 7 a— 28 

m b a— 29 m 6 c— 31 m b c 

and the Vatican, 23 w 5 a 

Manifesto Signed by M. Thiers and 



others Protesting against it, 21 m 5 6 

Foreign Press on the Change, 21 m 5 c 



— Miscellaneous News, 12 a 6 e — 20 abe 

— Money Market, 24 a 6 «— 25 a 5 d— 27 o 5 
y— 30 a b c— 4 TO 5 d— 7 m 5 d— 8 to 6 e— 9 to 7 
f— 10 TO 6 «— 14 TO 7 /— 16 TO 5 c— 18 to 6 /— 
23 TO 5 6—25 TO 6 6—26 to 6 a— 30 to 6 d— 20 j 
bb 

— Movements of the Left, 8^ 5 « 

— New JoumaX—Petite Paristenf 2SJb e 
Letter of M. de Marceri in, 28 ; 6 « 

— Paris — Don Carlos Expelled from, 24 to 6 



Fra 



PALMRR's IKDICX T9 ** TBK TIMB6 " NEWSPAPKR. [ApHl 1 ^ 



J'rance {roHfinuetf), 

Taris Flower Markets, 9 n 6 / 

Ham Fair, y <j 6 r 

the P'tys Advises the Marshal to do if 

Necessary Wiihout a Chamber, 29 i 5 e 
Postponement of the Exhibition Contra- 



dicted. 25 7 5 a 
— Trefects, Decree Revoking Fifty-six, 19 m 
7 b 

Changes of, 21 m 5 a — 23 m 5 a 



President and the Crisis, 26 m 7 a 

at Compiegne, 28 m 5 a 

Letter to the Due de Decazes, 19 « 7 6 

to Jules Simon, 1 7 w 5 e 

the MarstiUuibe Prosecuted for Libelling, 



\ 3 b c 

Message to the Chambers, 19 w 7 a 

— Presidential Message to the Senate on 

Dissolring the Chamber of Deputies, 18 ; 7 a 

ParaUel with the Crisis of 1849, 26 « 7 a 

Present to the Pope, 19 m 8 a 

the Reply of M. Simons, 17 m 5 « 

Victor £manuel of Italy's Letter to, 26 m 



la 



5 a 



the Press on the Present Crisis, 24 m 5 « 
Foreign, Detained for Examination, 28 m 



ba 



Prosecutions, 2j 7 c 

SService Raised to a " Direction," 26 m 7 a 

Threatening the Order of the Day, 25 m 



Protestant May Meetings in Paris, 19 a 5 c 

ProTost-Paradol (M.^ Eldest Daughter of, 

Takes the Veil in Paris, SaSb 
Public Meetings of Orer Twenty Forbidden, 

ly 6c 

Beoeptiont of the President, 2y 7 c 

Reformed Church, Official Policy, 19 a 5 c 

Commission for Settling Differences, 1 m 

5 e — 8 m 6 e — 6 m 7 e 

— Revenue Returns, 17 a 6 « 

- — Reriew of Troops at Longchamps, 30 m 5cf 

and Russia, Diplomatic Scene, 17 in 5 / 

Scientiflc Congress, 9 o 6 d 

— Jules Simon Accepts the Editorship of the 
"Echo Unirersal," 31 m 6 c 

— Sister of Mercy, Prosecution of, for Ill- 
treating her Scholars, 20 a 5 6 

Tariff, New Scheme, 9 m 7 c 

Thiers (MJ Gambetta Proposos aa the 



Marshal's Smcoessor, 2j 7 c 

80th Birthday, the Press on, 17 a 5 « 



— Toulouse, Catholic University being Found- 
ed in, 11 « 7 s 

— Treaties of Commerce, 13 a 5 d-^l m 5 < — 
26 m 7 6— 23 ;' 7 b 

— Trial of Victor Moyaux, for Throwing his 
Child into a Well, 15 m 5 c— 16 m 5 e 

— Tuileries, Society of Architects Pray for 
the Restoration of, 5 a 5 c 

— Union of Parties in, 11 / 7 « 

— and the Vatican, 15 nt 5 c 

— Yellow Book, I m Be 
on the Constantinople Conference, 14 a 



5a 

Franchi (Cardinal) on Toleration in Turkey, 11 
yi2 f 



Fransis (F.) on the Infant Sea Lion, 16 a 9y 
Eraser (T. R.) Arctic Committee, 25 ai 11 & 
Free Chambers, ti m 6 b 

and Open Churches, 4 a 6 i 

Libraries, \5j A/ 

Licensing, 14 a 6/ 

Trade in Meat, Discussion on in St. James 

Hall, 10 m 6 s 

in Ph^te, 29 a 4 « 

Vintners, Note on the Privileges of, 14 a 6_f 

Notes about,' tee Botal Bzchaxgk 



Vaults 

Freehold Cottage Dwellings Company, 7 a 1 1 a 
Freeman (E. A.) Uypotbetical Dipkrauicy, 10 a 

10/ 
Freemasonry — Annual Eettiral at the Girb' 

School, II a 5 e 
Donation to the Natieiial Idfe-Beat Insti- 
tution. 14 rt 6/ 

Grand Festival in London, 26 a 10 e 

InsUlUtion of Sir Geo. EUiot •• Prorincial 

Grand Master of South Wales, 6all d 
French Ardusological Society, 44th Coagreu^ 9 

a 10/ 

Army, from Blackwood, 18 a 10/ 

Art, 30 a 4 / 

Deputies and French Bishops, 4 a 10 ef 

Embassy. 2 a 7/— 16 a 9/— 26> 11/ 

Hospital And Dispensary, AnnnaJ Dinner, 

2yil r 

Account of, 1 1 / 8 a 

Messageries Maritimet Steam Shipptng 

Company, 18 a 10 a 
Freshfield (Douglas W.) on the Cancaaiii, 29 a 

6/— 30a8rf— 7>6« 
Frieind of the C^igy Col'poration, 12 a 11 a 
Friends Foreign A^iiBsions, Meeting, 81 a 1 1 / 
Frisby (Alfred) on the Gaf Bills in Parliuneot, 

10 a 12 d 
Fry (T. H.) and the Hatcham Case, 29 a 9 e 
Fulham, New Officer of Health for, 16 a 9/ 
Fuhner Church, Bucks, Mrs. Dent's New Giuui- 

cel, &c. to. Faculty Granted, 29 a 6 c 
Funds, EngUsh, State of, ta eveiy deut's paper 
Funeral Reforms, 30 a 10 • 
Fumess Abbey, 21 a 7 / 

G. 
Gaelic Society of London, Centenary Dinner, 9 

J 13 c 
Grallant Rescue by a Militia Man at MaltcwH 4 / 

7/ 
by Officers of the Swiftsure, 9 a 10/ 

Game Eggs, Note about, 28 a 8 5 

Gamgee (Professor) on Meat and Stock Iraporta, 

14«9«— 26yil6 
Gardening as an Industry, 24 19 11 / 
Gardner (Rev. T, J. C.) Strange Lodgings of a 

Starling, 3 a 12 a 
Garrison (Lloyd) the Slaves* Friend, Arrival of, 
• in England, 19 j 5/ 
Public Breakfast to by the Anti-SlATery 

Society, 27 jf 10 < 
Garrod (Professor) Lecture on Man-like Apes, 

23i6/ 
Garter, Knights of. Re-arranging the Rfgatia, & 

a 7 /*— 22 a 5 /* 



JuneoO, 1S77.] 



PXLMKR*S XXI»EX TO THK " TIMES " NEWSPAPER* 



G& 



GAS:- 

Bjihiii, 1« /« 10 fi— 30 m 7 e 

BillH i I PHiliiinu'iit. Mi a \J d 

Homb.iv. 8 m 7 c — 2(» ./< y 6 

Comiui^rcial. 7 « 11/" 

George Town ;Hritish Guiana), 10 m If 

Imperial ContineJitMl, 10 m 7 <i 

Limerick Unite«l lieneral Company, 12 w Tie 

Lundon, 5 a 7 « 

Malta and Mediterranean, 13 / /* 

Montevideo, 21 w 7 /~30 ml e 

iNictheroy (Brazil), 1 y e 

Note about, 1) a 7 e 

PhoBnix, 4 c 7 b — 5 alt 

Hio de Janeiro, 7 a 11/ 

8inf^pore, 18 a 6 c 

South Metropolitaa, 6 a 6 d 

-^ State of Shares In Companies, in every dajft 

paper 
— — Supply to the City, 30 a 4/ 
Surrey Consumers, 4 a 7 b 



GauBs, Uuveiling the Statue of, at Brunswick, 

'1 ml c 
General Life and Fire Assurance Company, 30 

ml t 
C«c<)graphical Society of Belgium, First General 

Meeting, 10 a 10 « 
German Embassy, 16 a 9 /*— 3 m 9/— 30 m 9 e— 

mnf 

rrotectionisfs, 24 a 4 (/ 

Schools in Goodman*s Fields,, Laying the 

Foundation Stone, V6jhf 

Socialists, Meeting of, at Gotha, Ij 10 c 

Society of Benevolence, Anniversary Festi- 



val. 14 ; 10 a 
— Union Telegraph and Trust Company, 12 



m 13e— 19 w 9 d 
Gi-rmunv and the French Crisis, 30 « 8 a 
GEHMANY : - 
AUhc (Gen. d') Royal Order of Prussia 

Conferred on, the First Frenchman Decorated 

Hince the War. 26 a he 

Alsace-Lorraine, the Garrisons in, to be 



Keinforced, 15 m 5 d — 21 m 6 6—31 m 6 d 

Keception of the Emperor in, 3 w 5 e — 25 



a^d 



Troops in. 2 wi 7 c 
An^lo-Austro French Alliance, Z\ mh d 



Appointments. 2 n 4 a 

Army, Recall of Conscripts from Abroad, 

17 n 9y--18a he 
Bismarck (Prince) Birthday, Telegrams 

and Addresses to, on, 2 a 4 o 
Present to, from the King of Italy, 1 1 



a i e 



Bremen Citizens Address to, and Reply, 

lCa5« 

Colossal Statue of. Unveiled at Kesscngen, 



\ m h e 
and the Emperor, 7 a 5 e — 11 a 1 e— 12 



a o e 



- Herr Von Diest Tried for Libelling, 26 m 



7/— 31 mhd 

Sentence, 28 m o e 



Leaves Office, 2 a 8 </ 

Meeting on the Bourse to Consider the 



Genoany {coiitimicd). 

Bismarck (Prince) Notices about, 17 rt 5 ./ 

— S m 5 e 

the Press on. 6 ^ 5 r & rf- \S n h d 

Resignation and Retirement of, 4 a .'> <•— - 

h ah d &. f 

Retains Office on a Long Lease of Abeenc*?' 



7 o 5 e — 9 a h e 

Rumotirs about. 16 n 5/ 

the Saturday Rdriew on, 9 a 10/ 

and his Substitutes, 12 a h d & <— 14 ci 7 



d &, e 

the Vatican Resumes Negociations dur- 
ing his Absence, 9 n 5 e 

— Census, Old Cathobc, 26 m 7/ 

— Commercial Treaties Signed, 2 a 3 / 

— Court News, 9 a 6 rf— 10 a 5 /— 21 a 7 r-^ 
12 VI 7 </— 1 jod 

Crown Prince. &c. at Kielj 23 n 5/ 

Celebrates his Sixtieth Aimiversary a^ 



Colonel of the Grenadiers, l\ J 1 e 

Visits the Battlefields Around, 9 mid 



the Emperor at Metz, S in 5 d 
Royal Marriage, 2 « 3 /' 



— Diplomatic News, 6 a 5 <J— 12 a 5 /— 24 a 
5 /•— 197 6 e 

Changes in the British Embassy, 1 1 a 7 »/ 

— Education, New Bill, 11 i 7/ 

— Elections, a Socialist Returned, 16/7 <i 

— Hamburg. Municipal Dinner Spw'ch of th«» 
Crown Prince at, 23 a hf 

— Iron Duties, iS a o d 

— Dr. Kantecky Released, 19 ^ 5 ct 

— Landsturm iJalled Out. 28 a 5 r' 

— Ledochowski (Cardinal) Sentence on. for 
High Treason, &c., W a 1 d 

Condemned by Default. 28 wi 5 /* 

Demanded, by Extradition of Itah, 17 



CI 5/ 



Accorcled by Italy, 17 a 5/ 



Notices about, 24 ah/ 



— Lemborg (Bp.) Deposed by the Berli.i 
Ecclesiastical Court, Ihjh d 

Moltke (Gen. Von) Speech on P.vsMtf 



Affairs. 26 a 5 e 

Effects of, in Paris, 26 a 5/ 

Speech at a Private Meeiinjr of (-ilic r^ 

Offered to the French Press, 8 /« 6 e — 1 1 m o >/ 

New Loan, 22 ; 5 c 

Parliament — Proceedings in, 24 a 5 /—.JO 

ah J 
122 Captains Asked for to Ik* addetl to 

the Army, 25 a h d 

Debate on the Eastern Question, 27 a hj 

Iron Duties, 24 u \d 

Works, 30 o 5 / 



Patent Law Passed. 2 m i c 

Refractory Witnesses Bill, 2\ a 1 r 

Resignation of Prince Bismarck, \\ a 1 d 

— Pastoral of the Bp. of Metz on the Papat 
Jubilee Seized by Governtuent in the Press^ 
28 m 5/ 

— Prince Henry Enters tins Royal Nary, 2«^ 
a 5/ 

— Reform of Tariff and Tajcatfon, 18 m 5 /* 

— Strasburg, the leknpcror art, 3 m ^ «— 4 m ^ 



Cer 



rALMKK*S INDKX TO *' TIIK T13JKS *' KKWBrAPKR. 



Germany (contin\fp*{). 

Strasburg. the Emperor's Answer to the 

Adtlress. 3 m n ^ 
' Letter df T Imnkfl for tlie Reception Tie 

Keec'ivcd, 12 /m 7 e 
Suf)eri()r Tribunal, Leipsie to be the Seat 

of, 7 a 5 / 
Treaties of Comn)prc*e to be Delayed until 

German Induntry bo Ii'<|tiiiv'J into, 2\ j b t 
Germs of Disease, Noit- nlKiiit, 2 m 13 a 

Profosor T\ mlnll oii. 1 mVl a 

Gibb and Son's Mill. Swinton, to Stop Working. 

12 m VA h 
Gibralur ((\ \V.)-on Turkish Misrule, 21 w 10 a 
Gibraltar. ( el-bralion of ller Majesty's Birthdav 

at, 1 1 y 8 d 

New Chief Justice. 22 m 10 c 

the Uetuming Judge, 22 w 10 c 



News. 3 ri a/ 

Port of. Note about. 21 a 13 rf 



Gilehrist Trust Prizes, 19 w 14 o 

Gladstone (Dr.) on Stars and Nebula?, 16 m If 

(Rt. Hon. W. K "> Movements of , 3 a 7 e 

Address from his Constituents Approving 

his Course in the Eastern Matter, ^ a b e 
on Ceramic Art, 14 m 1() a 



to Contribute an -Article on the Dyaks 

to tl>e Contttnpurttry liev'tew^ ITi j 7 f 
— - Correspondence with Mr. Ashbury on 
the Eastern Question. 4 a 8 c 

Deputation of Nonconformists to, on his 



ReHolutions. 2 m 9 rf 

— \y\vxk -r Pnrties Given l>y, 3 m 10 f 

— on Home Knle. 21 a 7 e 

— Letter to Mr. Broadhurst on the Labour 
ReT)resentation League Demonstration, 19 m 
Sd 

on Hobart Pa^ha. 14 w 10 A 

to Mr. llowuid on his Resolutions, 10 » 



«/ 



on Parlifuncntnry Reform, 19 w 8 rf 
Libenil Hanqiiet bv. Hi a 9 / 
and the Ljbrnil P;irf v. 27 / 8 n 



— Meetings *m h\* R'volutions, 3 >w 1 1 a — 4 m 
10/*— 5 w 13 <l -7 m <; (/ 

»t the Ci y Teni|)l.» in Favour of his Re- 



solutions. 4 w !0 / 

Mr. lir;,v'5)r on i!k' H«'s«dutions. 22 w 9 « 

(if Working .Mi-n to SUiijH>rt his Resolu- 



tlOMs. .*> /// I I " 

— Petition of Cainbrldtre Fellows to Support 
the l<c*ohni«»n« of. 14 in 10 // 

— on l.'HJ.ib lirooke, 2\ n 4 «/— 28 //? 8 c 

— Jiome* tody's Kn^ap^ments. 4 o 7 f 

— Spcich at Bingley Hall, Birmingham, Ij 

10 a 

at the Liberal Association of Birming^ 

ham, 2; 12 a 

at Mayor^s Banquet at Birmingham, 2 j 



12 c 



Glasgow University. New Professor, 9 ; lOc 
Mr. Gladstone Proposed as Lord Rector, 

18a 5/ 
Globe Telegraph and Trust Company, 10 a 6 6— 

11 a 12// 
Go'ldard (Rev. G. F.) on a Conge d' Elire, 17 a 

ft r 



Going Home, 19 w 14 «— 21 tn liy— 23 w 12 a 
— 1:4 ni 1 1 u 

Golden Orioles in Hyde Park. 2 a 9 «/— 4 a 6 r 

Gi'idsniid < .Majir (Jen. ^ir F. G.) Indo-PersiBn 
Traile Kouiis. 23 ft 4 h 

Gohlsniiili (Oliver) Appeal for the Aged Grand- 
Neice ef. 19 / 11 a 

Goldsmiths' Company and their Umrepsity Ex- 
hibitions. 14 a 6 /' 

Gore-Langton (Lady Anne) on the Social Cozidi- 
tion of Women in India, 20 « 5 r 

Gorilla, the Living, about to Visit England, 14 
a b d 

Governesses of all Work — a Clergyman's Wife's 
Requirements of a Goyemess, 23 / 12 y 

GoYemment and Guaranteed Securities Perma- 
nent Trust. 23 m 7 c—'^lj 7 a 

Offic«ie, Proposed New, 27 j S a 

Stationery, Official Commission to Inquire 

into, 19 w lly— 22 m 11/ 

Stock Inve.^tment Company, 22 ; loy* 



Gowan (Capt.) Accotmt of Poli, 11 m 5/ 
Grant (Ex- President) in England, 2G m 11 /*— 2S 

Banquet to, at the American Embassy, 22 

; 10 d 

at Liverpool 28 / 5 /*— 29 j 10 d 

in London, 21 ; 6 r 

at Bath. 9 j 10 6 

at the Crystal Palace, 12 i 9/— 16^ 18/ 

Deputation to Thank him for Recognizing 

the Claims of Mrs. Carroll, 2176c 

at the Guildhall of London, 16 ; 13 e 

Invited to Birmingham, 21 1 6 c — 2b J 11 / 

Letter to Mr. Childs Detailing his KeceptioQ 

in England. 20jbb 

at Manduster, 31 m 6 6—1 7 11 6 

Preparations for in the City of Londcm, 9^ 

106— 14/ 9 c 

at the Reform Club, 19 ; U a 

Reception at Liverpool 29 m 9/— 30 m 9 / 

United Service Club Give a Ba.iquet to, 26 

77/ 

at Wind.'or Castle and Dines with the 

Queen. 27/ 9 /* 
Gra\e8 of a Household — the Bonaparte Family, 

14 a 6/ 

Grays Inn, Grand Day at, 97 14 6 
Great Britain Mutual Life Assurance Society, 30 
m 7 e 

Seal. Return of Fees Paid, 8^ 6 / 

GREECE :- 

and the Eastern Question, 22 m 10 d 

Antiquarian Discoveries in, 28 « 10 6 

Arrival of War Material in, 12 m 7 <f 

Col. Becker in, 20 a 6 a 

Captures a Crew of Pirates and Criminals^ 

10 m 5 rf 

Change of Ministers. 29 m 5 e — 5 j 6 « 

Coalition Ministry, 22jAa 

Dutch Creditors of, 11 a 5 c 

for the Greeks, 14 j*' 6 a 

Meeting of the " Regas •* Club, 11 j 13 a 

Misccllaii .'(JUS News, li a7 d 

New Ministry, 1^5 e— 2/ 7 h — dj 6 d — 7j 



/ 



Proi* ;ri -^ for War, 25 ; 7/ 



June 30, 1877.] i'almkk's ikuex to " tub iihes " newspaper. 



Hoi 



Greece (continued). 

Frincesa of Wales in. see Coukt Cibculab 

Royal Birthday Celebration, 29.; 6 d 

■ Send a Note to Turkey on their Releasing 

Brigand H. 22 m ^ d 

Sketch of Canaris, the New Premier, 22 j 



and Turkey, 28 m^e-]\ j7 c£— ISj 5 b 

Turkey Releases Brigands to Annoy, 7 w 5 

c — 18 m i> f 
Greek Army. ^ n i e 
Embassy, Banquet on St. George's Day, 7 

M 9« 

Pirates and Patriots, 24 m 6 a 



Green Fruit. State of Trade in, 2 a 5 a 

Room Club. Inaugural Dinner. 2B ; 9 /* 

Grenada, Farewell Banquet to Governor Graham, 

and his Family, 28 m 7 « 
Greenwich Observatory, Annuil Report, 4- / 13 /* 
Gregg (Rv*v. Dr.) Secedes irom the Church of 

England, 23 7« 9/ 
Gresham College. 9 /' 7 c 

Lectures, la 10 e 

Grey (^Lord) Letters to Mr. Gladstone on his 

Charges against the Rajah Brooke, 21 m 4 </ 
Grocers' Licenses. 25 ; 8y" 
Grosvenor Gallery, Banquet on Opening, 10 m 6 

6—12 m 12 c 

House, Grand Ball at. 28 / 9 /" 

Grove (K. C) on the (Caucasus. I ; 11/ 
Guardian Fire and Life Assurance Company, 19 

m 9 a— 7 ; 8 c 
Gnilfurd (Lord) Banquet to ns Master of the 

EaPt Kent Foxhounds. 1 j 12 A 
Gnildford (J. S.) on Overctx)wdinn. J? n 3 d 
Guildhall Library, Grant of Mrs. Bunning to, 1 1 

Splendid Stained Glass Window Presented 

to by Alderman Cotton. IH a t> e— 3u a 6 a 

Golland ^J. Ker) on the London Water Supply, 
24 a 1 1 A 

Gunpowder Fraud in Greece, 19 a 9/ 

Guns, ( ost of, 24 m 1 1 h 

Gutter Children, Note about. 1 f 4 / 

H. 

Hackney Downs. Mr. De Morgan Removes the 
Notice Boards and Fencei* on. o ;' 8 h 

Iladdenhain Church. Englivsh Tower to the Me- 
mory of the Karl uf Hardwicrke, oO in 9 /' 

Uaden (F. ^eyulour) Rembruudt Collection, 24 
w< 8r 

Hadfield (J.) on the Great Eastern Railway, 8 ; 
6 a 

Ilailcybury College, Speech and Prize Day at, 28 

Scholarship Awards, 7 q 6 c 

liakim(M. H.)Turk:' and Mahomedans, 21 m 10c 

on Indian M«lu>medjins. .SO / ♦» it 

IIalf-a-Cei]tury— From the AVAo, 25 in 10 d 

Ham Fair in Paris, 9 a 6 c 

Hamilton (A. H. A.) Case m Point for Silencing 

a S|»eaker. H» n 4 e 
Hand-in- Hand Insurance Society, 27 a 11 /— 12 

m 13 a 
Handel Festival at the Crystal Palace.sw Crystal 



Haakey (Thomson) on the Proposed Aonalga- 
mation of the South Eastern and London, 
Chatham and Dover Railways* 2 a 5 6 

Harcourt ( Vernon > on British Interests, 19 m S 
c— 16 7 12 b 

(Sir W.) on Art, 14 m 10 c 

Hardwiike (Karl of) Dedication of the Tower of 
Iladdenham Church to the Memory of, 30 m 

Hardy (Gathome) at the Saddlers* Company, 17 

m 10 a 
Harris (W. W.) Steam BoUers in the Navy, 6 in 

10 a 
Harrison (Fred.) on the Memorial to Jules 

Miclulet 25 / 10 // 
Har* (Robert) on Chinese Loans. 23 w 7 a 
Huwaiiun Volcanoes, 3 a 4 </ 
Hatherley (Lord; Testimonial from a Sunday 

School to', on his Lordship Resigning Connexion 

wiih it, 7 HI 6 /' 
Hawthorn (^K. and W.)on H. M. Ship TottnaaliM^ 

\S a 6 a 
Hayes (James) oii Germs. 2 m 13 a 
I Hodih. Kegistrar-Generars Weekly Return of„ 
' 5 r/ 11 /— II a 14 a— 27 a 4 /--2 m 14 a— 10 
j iw 12 «— It; m 7 c— 24 m 11 /~29 ui 12 a—SO' 

m 7./— 6 / 1 1 /- 13.; 10 A— 27 j lU b 

of Ireland. Report. 19 ; 4 c/ 

of Scotland, Moiithly Return, 3 la 5 /— 24 

m \f 

Amendment Bill 24 wi 9/ 

Annual Summary of Births, Deaths and. 

Causes of Deaths. 21 a 6 c/ 
Singular Coiiici»lence— Births and Deatha 

of Two N«.iglib»>uring Parislies for ThrcO' 

Years Identical, 5 a 5 /—1 7 a 12 c 

a Yenr's Return. \\t 4 /* 

Heir Wanted. 9 a 6 r— 10 n' 10 a 
Jlemlerjion ;^Janies) on (ias CompMines. 19 a 7 « 
Heiulon, 'torpedo Exjilo-iou. *-< Axaxkur 
Henley (J. W.) on Resigning h:s Seal, 1 a *) f 
Henry i^Miichell; and Mr. i alhin, 13 a of 

on Home Rulers, 25 n 12 A— 8 / \) / 

Hcretonl Liberal At? social ion Inaugural Meeting,. 

23 III <; c 

Hess'^, (inmd Duke of. Illness of, 67 5 d 

New l>uke, 15 ; 5 e 

Hicks and Son, on ilu^ London Cattle Market. 
2S m 10 / 

Hicks- Bench (Sir M.) Conservative Banquet to^ 

5 M G e 
Highland Forest for tlie Queen. 25 m 10 rf 
High Water at I^)iuloii Bridge, ste ecery^ dtiu*s. 

paper after Suie News 
Hdl (Florence Davenport) on Brutal Paavots^ 

24 m\\ a 

(Miss Octavia) Lecture on Open. Spaces^ 

10 m 9/ 
Hind (J.H.) tn Winnwke's Cornet, 12 a 11 a 

History ui Alplhibeis. Lecture on, 21 j 7/ 

Hiring Fairs in Stotiand. 30 w 7 a 
Hoax on a Meinl)er of tlu» Civil Service, 30 a 4 (/ 
Hoimrt Pashii on ihe Wur, 2 m 6 d— 14 m 10 b 
Hobhouse (Sir A.; Banquet to. on his Return, 

15; 10 •'. 
llollM)rn Valley R:iiln'av Hotel. Rannnf^t trv 



Sol 



PALMER 8 INDEX TO '* THE TIME« llGW»PAt*£R 



[April 1 U 



|lt»lland. Queen of, Illne«8 of. 30 tti 5 «— 2J 7 b 
ll<»llingshead'8 Fire in Theatres, 5 m Q f 
Jlolms (John) State of the Army. 27 ; 8 c 
U«>n»e for Asiatics, Annual Meeting, 5 i 7 d 

for Deaf and Dumb Children, 23 ; 9 e 

■5 Hospital Association, Meeting to Elstablish, 

o ai 13 c 

r Hospitals, 26 mil/ 

-. Kulers Demonstration in Dublin, 2 o 9 c 

^ Butt and Bifrgar (Controversy, U ; 6y 

= and Mr. Parucll. 5 / 10 c 

and ihf Government. 14 in 5 r — 29 m S f 



Meeting to Adjust a Parliamentary Dif- 
ference. 24 « 10 / 

Notes about, 25 a 13 6—26 a 6/— 24 m 



Prop'^sed Convention of Delegates, 12 m 



13 (/ 



llonie and Colonial Marine Insurance Company, 

4/9 a 
|IomaH>|iatLiy. Notes on, 4 j 8./ — 7 / 6 a— 9 / 6 « 
jjlope (Bereaford) on Canterbury Cathedral, 24 

m 7/ 
'. (Lt. Col.) on the Grain Fort Volunteers, 5 

llopkins (Manlcy) Fiji a New Field for Emigra- 
tion, 24 /// 1 1 (■ 
-^r— on tVe Adal Wave in the Pacific, Q j 6 f— 

1*4 i 4 '/ 
^ops. Stilts o^ t(^ Market, 9 r/ 7 e— 16 a 7 />— 30 

(I 7 c — 7 in 7 I- — 14 "« '-^ ^ — !♦> '" i 1 '' — -I *>* 7 
(f—26 m 6 €-\ i V t-^1 1 j y «/-T-l» > V c—^'o j 

9 /— 26 ; 11 r ' 

. — '- Worcester .MarKot. 19^/ 106 
^lor.'W Show at MHnclie'*ter. 5 w 12 /*— 7 m o f 
^ — at tile AlfXamira PaUcc. 21 ; H u 
-. — at the Agricultural llalU 17 m 9 /— 31 vi 5 
/— 4 ; 10 c— o ; 10 //— 6 ; » c—'i j i>y— fc> ; 10/ 

lIofM's. yale of Clvdesdalc, 11 a VI d 

S;«le of Canadian, 24 »i 10 a 

^ Import of Ameru'an. for Tramways, 3 »i 1 1 6 

•: Irom »S)uth America, '-'6 m 9 c 

^lorron (Jhurcli. Uesioration, 4 / 12 d — 7 j 6 a 
ilospital Saturday Fui d, 1 1 m 9/ 

:: Meeting about. 9 / 13 e 

Noies about, 12 > 10 c— 13;10c— 16^ 

12 c 
Services and Collections, 18/10 a — 19 j 

10 /_20 7 10 /I- 21 j 6 e-22> 12 6—23/ 10 a 
— •}<;; 12 r— 29 ; 1 1 d— 30 / 7 / 

for the X'aralyxedand Epileptic, Fancy Fair 



to Aid. 16 w I0(/ 

T^ for Incurables. 19 m 11 / 

ll()-4|)iials for the Well-to-do, Meeting ^t the 

Mansion House to Establish. 28 / 10 / 
i'.osack (John) the New Police MagistrntCt 7 J 

13 6 
Jlougiiton (Lor4) on ihelncrpfts^ of the Epispo.- 

l«aie, 31 III 9 / 
PJUSE OP LORDS :— 

^=— Annandale Peerages, 13/ 11 d-^20j IX h 
-z — Bowes and others p. Sband and otl^era, H j 

1 1 ri-9/ 13 c 

C ampU'll r. HoUins and another, 2S o 13 « 



^ I 



rr-.— ( laik V. Adie, 1 m 11 « 



« o 



HouBe of Lords (continued). 

Jones f. Gordon, 27 j II e 

Lindsay Peerage, 20 / 1 1 6 

Mowbray Peerage, 13 / II d 

Seagrave Peerage, 13/11 d 

Household Fire and Carnage Accident Insurane«- 

Company, 10 a 6 d 
Hubbard (J. G.) on Crossed Checks, 27 / 4 e 
Hudleston (K.) Indian and Turkish Mahome- 

dans, 16/11 / 
Hudson's Bay Company, 30 w 7 </— 11 / 9 6—27 

.7 6 r 
Hughes (W. H.) on Free Vintner**. 18 a 10/ 

(James) on Pottery and Sculpture, 21 « 4/ 

Hugo (Victor) Note to Mr. Tennyson on hi* 

•• Nineteenth Century,'* 12y 11 6 
Humphreys (M. A.) on the Singular Coincidence 

of Dr. Bond. 6 a 5 e 
Hungary ; — and the Austrian Budget, 21 j o e 

Treasury Receipts, 9 m 7 </ 

Vote for the Paris Exhibition, 21 j 5 e 

Hunt (Ward) Illness of, 28/ 10 6 

Huxley (Professor) on Star Fishes and their 

Allies. 2 / 6/ 
Hyacinihe (Pere'^ and his Family. 3^3*/ 
Hyde Park. Mihtary Band to Play in, 13 ; 5/ 

State of Kotten Row, 4^6/ 

Hydrophobia, Deaths from. 17 a 10 e— 30 a 6 a 

— 7 / 1 3 /— 2 1 ; 9/- 27 ./ 8 a 
Hypotbeiicail Diplomacy, 10 a 10/ 

I. 
Iceland. Help for the Poor in, 5 o 6 i/ 

Newspaper in, 26 m 8 / 

111- Tinietl, Birih of a Child with Two Stomachs, 

it in 8 e 
Ill-Use<l Proverb, 24 m 6 e 
Illustrious Vi^it^>^. a Living Gorilla, lA a o d 
luii)cria) i^uniincnial Gas Ai^KK-iation, 10 m 7 a 

Diary, Extracts from. 27/ 9/ 

Fire Insurance Company, 14 / 8 </ 

Import and Export Returns, 10 ci 6 b — 8 m 

11 d 
Inarticubitc Hero— Washington's X^ve ^-etter, 

19 a 10 6 
Income Tax and Machnery Renewals, 16 m 7 r 

on Trades. 5 a 9 e 

Incorporated Church Building Society, Annual 

Meeting. 7 n. lie 
Law Society. Final Examination for Can- 
didates for the RolV 14^13/^ 
Increase of the Episcopate \^eeting at Halifax 

about. 26 111 12 c 
Lidia Civil Service and Oj^ford, SJ of-'\5j A f 

New Industries fof, 4 a 7 c^ 

INDIA :- 

Afghanistan News, 9 a 5 a — 7 m 5. a — 28 at 

11 6 
the Ameer of Cabul, 16 a a— 18 a 5 c— 23 

u o «— 16 III 6 €—22 in 5 a 28 /« 1 1 b—oj 11 b 

the I'orte Sends an Envoy to. 22 m 7 d 

— r- Annexation of Oude and the Nortl^ We^t 

Provinces. 2.') /7c 

Appointments and Resignations, \7 nS d 

At trek, Capt. Butler's Survey of, 23 m ^ a 

Leh^r Indi^'O Planters, 22 m a a 



T>. 



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JLnq[ 



Iiidia (ronttnued), 

Calcutta Mahomedans Mt.'et to Evince 

Sympatliy witn Turkey, 5 j 6 a— 13 / 5 a 
Utiiversity, Lord Ly tton's Spee-.:h in Con- 

vocHtion, 9 <i 6 / 
Caae of Capt Bartholomew, 22 vt 7 </— 29 

m IC c 
of a Captain and his Drowned Coolie, 13 

j 5 a 
of Mr. Fuller and of Mr. Leeds, 1 4 w 5 « 

— 18 »i 5 <i--22 M 6 a— 22 w (> t/— 25 m 10 /— 

28 m 12 ri— 2t) w 11 h—VS ; 5 n 

Ce}lon, Clerical Quarrel in. 16 /« (> e 

Cholera in, 23 u 5 u 

at Tauna, 5 ; 11 /» 

Councillors of the Knipress, 25 / 7 e 

Courts of Intermediate Appeal, 28 m 5 a 

Decentralization Scheme, i) m o a 

Durbars. 22 m 6 a 



Indigo and the Government, 13 i 5 » 

Irrigation Cess Bill, 18 m 5 a 

Kashgar, News from, 28 w 5 a 

Khelat Under British Control, 3 a 9 /* 

Khan of, 22 / 5 a 



Knighthood. First Distribution of the New 



Orders Under the Empire, 28 in 5 a 
Miscellaneous News, 7 m b a 



Emigration, 22 m 7 d 

Famme in, 9 o 5 a— 16 a 5 rt--23 n 5 a— 27 

a 4 c— 30 a 5 «~2 m 6 </— 18 «i 5 a— 22 m ;'> 6 

—24 m 12 a -28 m o a— 4 j 5 b—o j 5 a— 13 j 

o a 

Distress from, 10 m 9 /* 

Notes about, 3 a 10 a— 7 m 5 a— 23^ 7 /* 

Sale of Jewelry from, 18/7 d 

Mr. Phear*s Paper on before the East 

India Association. 12 a 10 a 

and Sun Spots, 7 j b d 

Finance Bill, 30 u 6 a 

Frontier News, 23 a 6 o— I m 10/ 

Hyderabad News, 28 j 8/ 

Indian Mussulmans and the War, 19 / 5 c/ 



Native Court in, 28 a 4 c 

New Loan, 13 ? 5 a 

North West of Afghanistan, 30/ G c 

Pottery Works, at Naigaum, Opening of. 8 

a^ f 

Railway Servants Association in, 16 »i 6 e 

liangoon, Serious Riot in, 17 ; 9/ 

Reorganization of the Marine, 23 9 8/ 

Russians at Merv, 3 a 9/ 

South West Monsoon, 5 / 5 a 

Temple (Sir Richard) in Bombay, 23 a 5 a 

— 7 mo a 

Tiger Fight and Capture near Poba, 1 6 m 6 € 

— — Viceroy, Movements uf, 4 a 6 d—o ; II A 

at Lucknow, 17 n 8 <i— 2 m 10/ 

Indian Civil Service. Deputation fron Scotch 

Universities on their Students being Excluded, 

19 m 8 h 
List of Successful Candidates, 10 w 5 /* 

—29 m 9 /• 

Finances. 7j 7/ -i:^ / 6 4 

Government S^*urities, State of, in evtry 

duy*8 pap^ir 
'. Judges and the Executive, 7 j h r—^j 13 / 



w 



a d' 



Indian JndjreM. Indef>endem!e of, 31 /w 10 <• —2 /He 

Malkouiedans, 21 / (> f—'l^j 8 «— 30 / (i h 

Tauvl Post. I m 9 / 

I're.^jiiencifs. 14 / (J n 

and Turkish v.ahonjedans, 12^' 8 d—V^j 10 

b—W i*d d—mjW f 

OflSjL-e Appointments, 30 m 8 c 

Index Expurgatorius, 22 m 6 d 

Indirect War Loss^.^s. 2 / 10 a 

Indigo Market, 25 ; 7 c— 30 / 12 a 

Infant Orphan Asvlum, Distribution of Prizes, 
30./ 13 r. 

Jubilee of the Institution. \\ m \ f 

Ingratitude, Wantonly Destroying Lord Stam- 
ford's Gardens, 20 /« 11 e 

Inhuman Parents— Case of Henrico Calo, 12 m 

12/ 
Injurious Insects, 26 /« 12 /—31 m 10 d--7j 14 b 
Inman (Wm.) on tl>e CV/y oj Berlin, 21 j 6 c 
Innes (V. lit)se) on the New Chilian Loan, lj6a 
Inopportune Cleanliness, 14 ; 7 e 
Inqueiits in the City, Inquiry on the Subject, 1 1 

a \i f 
INQUESTS :— 

on D^vid Allen, a Suicide, 6j 10 e 

on John Appleton, who Etted in Prison, 20 

u 12 a 

on Peter J. Atkins, who Fell Overboard, 

28 m \\a 
on Joseph Agland, who Died in the Hospi- 
tal, 8y 6 c 

on Anne Balch, a Suicide, I w 10 / 

on Mrs. Mary Ball, Found Dead in her 

House, 27> 10/ 

on Henry Hugh Becket, a Suicide, 27 a 9 A 

on Neles Berg, Stabbed by a Sailor, 30 m 

10 c/ 
on James Bird, Killed at the Woking Ac- 
cident. 22 7 10 c 

on Eliz. Bishop, Burnt to Death, 18 a 5 e 

on Martha Bishop, who Died Suddenly, 14 

il3 a 

Meeting of St. Pancras Guardians about, 

15;12/> 

on John Bolton, a Lunatic, 19 ; 1 1 a 

on Ellen Mary Bowles, Killed at Straw- 
berry Hill Station, o a 10 / 

on Ann Boyer. Starved to Death, 25 a 11 h 

on Richard Edw. Brock, Suffocated in Bed, 

23 ri 6 c 

on Mrs. Susannah Brockly, Killed by 

Falling Out of Window m her Sleep, 27 « 9 /* 
on Thomas Brooke, Murdered on Duty, 2 

j 7 / 

on J. W. George and Alice Browne, Poi- 
soned, 4 > 8 d—b i 10 </— 13 ;" 9 /— 21 / 6 / 

on Horace Bullock, a Suicide, 17 m 7 / 

on Walter Burke, from Sudden Death 

During a Storm, 10 a 10 d 

on Jacob Hurley, Accidentally Shot at the 

Welsh Harp, Hendon, 23 m 7 e 

on George Butcher. Killed by FalUng from 

a Ijjidder at South Kensington Museum, 1^ 
a b e 

on Sidney Butcher, a Suicide, 6 j 10 « 

on Robert Carrington, Supposed to have 



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[April 1 lo 



Inqnests ('-vntiwie I ,. 

- o.i Avi. Oarur, a Suk:if1e, 2^ m 11 a 

on a (/l»ilil. Overl.iiu in ihu t ubia 



r«n.il Hoat, 10 'I 10 a 

— oi: Edward Claridije, Killed on the Greut 
Morihcin Kailway, \0 n \{) d 

— oil Kale (lark. Killed by a Cab. 20 n 12 a 

— on Mrs. £lizal»etb ('larke, Kun OverinPar- 



luqueats (lontinuei/). 

on Fanny Guyot, a Suicide, 2 i 7 f 

of a ' on John Oylby, a Suicide. 3 a 10 a 

I on .John Wni. Hall, a Suicide. 9 m \2 e 

— on Qujirtennasier- Sergeant llammerton, a 
Suicide. 14 / 13 a 

on Mrs. Jane Hardy, Found Mutilated nemr 



liament Street 1 1 «# 9 / 

on James W. G. Clarke, Found Dead on a 



Railway, 25 m 6 / 
on Wni.Thos. Clements. Shot in the Street, 

VJm 12«~17 m If 

on James Coate. Killed by a Blo^r, 21 y 6 / 

on Michael Collins, who Died from Foul 

Air, 30 m 10 d 
on Charles Columbine, Killed by the Police, 

Hay/ 
on Master Oswald Cooke, Killed by the 

Accidental Dischaitfe ofaUun, la \0 b 
on Cooper, an Imbecile, Starved to Death 

in Newport Union, 12 a 10 c/ 
on iiannah Louisa. Cornish, Murdered by 

her Insane Father, 21 j 6/ 

on William Coxhead, a Suicide, 5 j 10 </ 

on Mary Cummiogs, Fouud Drowned, 11 

a 9/ 
• on Sarah Dakin, Murdered by her Brother, 

29 wi 9 /* 
— on Darby, Hawes and Thrower, Drowned 

in the Tare, 2U (J/ 

— on Edw. Dorling, lulled at Wimbledon 
Station, 23 m 7 e 

on Thomas Drake, Shot by his Own Gun, 8 

on John Dring, Killed by a Machine Knife, 

25 m 6/ 
on James Francis Dufifey, ICilled by a Van 

inColli-ion, 21;G/" 

— on W.Uiara Dufton, the Celebrated BilUard 
Player, who Committed Suicide, 2 ; If 

-^— on Charles George Dunn, Run Over by a 

Van, 11 rt 9./' 
— - on Timothy Dwyer, Killed at tlie Phoenix 

Gas Works from an Iron Column Falling on 

him, 8 «i 11 f 
on E. Dyas, Fleet Surgeon, Found Dead on 

Board the \Varnoi\, 29 m G d 

on Harriet I)y^o^, a Suicidi', 21 a 13 f 

on Bertha Mary Kades, Burnt to Death, 13 

; lOe 
on Mary Ann Evans, Found Drowned, 27 

iio/ 

on Thomas Flood, a Suicide, 30 w 10 « 

on Charles Fox, who Died from Drinking, 

2 m 12 a 
on a French Gentleman, Found Dead in 

his Bed at the Hotel de T Union, 13 / 10 « 

on Thos. Fury, a Suicide, 22 j 12 r 

on a Gentlen.an, Found Drowned in the 

Thames, M ml f 
on Miss Jessie Sophia Gould, a Suicide, 

8i 6e 
on Mrs. M.T. Gregory, who Died Suddenly, 

13 a 8 a— 23 a^c 

— on Stenhon Grocott. who Died of Lockjaw 



Gower Street Station. 1 //• 10/ 

on Sam!. Hargrave, Killed by a Fall when 

Bird's- Nesting. » / 6 e 

on Emma Harmach, who Died Suddenly 

during a Thunder, torm, 10 a 10 c/ 

on George Hart and Edw. Davies, Killed 

by a Boiler Explosion at Gaythorn Mills, 12 
j 10 c 

on Robt. Hoseler. a Suicide, 10 a 10 rf 

on Fred. Hayes, Burnt to Death, 30 a <> a 

o\\ John H. Herepath, a Suicide, 10 w 9 /" 

on Arthur H. Hill, a Suicide, 27 / 10/ 

on W. J. Hitchinson, Drowned at Notting 

Hill, 19; a a 

- on Henry Hocking, Killed while Ascending 
a Mine, 3 a 10 a 

on W. F. Hollroyd and James Edward 

Whitfield, Drowned in the Thames, 19 a 8 6— 
17 w 1 /• 

on William Heyshe Hughes, Accidentally 

Shot by his Brother, \6j lo e 

on Waller Hugo, Found Poisoned in Hyde 



Park, 21 j 10/ 

— on Mrs. Hutley, a Suicide, 1 ; 6 « 

— on Harriet Ivers, Killed from some Tiles 
from a House being Blown on her, 3 w 7/ 

— on Wm. Ives, a Suicide, 18 a 5 « 
on Henry Jackson, Burnt to Death from 



Liglited Parafin Lamp being Thrown at him, 
13) 10 e 

— on William Jackson, a Suicide, 7 m 11/ 
on Kiicliel Jacobs, Starved to Death, 9 m 



Vie 

— on William James. Poisoned, 1 7 a 1 1 e 

— on Jinks and Jones, Sinkers, Killed by a 
Tub talUng on them Down the Shaft, 23 a 6 c 

on Alexander Johnson, Suffocated by Swal- 



lowing a Cheirystone. 27 / 10/ 

— on Henry Jones, Killed at Victoria Park 
Railway Station. 25 m kj f 

— on John Jones, Poisoned at Browndown 
Camp, ID c/ 8 /» 

— on Michael Henry Kelley, a Suicide, 19 m 8 o 

— on hliza Kenzi. Burnt to Death while 
Intoxicated, 5 m 13 e 

— on John U'hoinas Kirby, Killed by FallLug 
from ileiix's Brewery, 2 m 12 a 

— on Robert Kirkley, Kicked to Death by a 
Hor^e, 27; \}f 

— oil John Kynaston, Killed at Liverpool 
Railway bfitx^^n, 31 /// 5 /" 

on Ueor^^e Albert Langford, Drowned off 



Wandsworth, 8./ He 

on Henry Lankesler, who Died in a Work- 
house, \ m \i a 

on Roman Laskow.ski. a Suicide, 17 a 11 « 

on Latham, a Man, Gored lo Death by a 

Bull, 30 m 10 d 

on Mr. Leveson, from an Overdose of Chloral 



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Inquests (toutitttie»/j» 

o>i Geo. J^^nij, who Died Suddenly, 7 y I'.' c 

Oil a Man, i'ound in ilie licgcni a <. aiuil, i.» 



J ii)e 



Found Dead Outside the Ko) «! Aqtianuiu, 



:f4 m 1 J 



in St. Martin's Public Baths, 24 a U /" 

Drowned in the 'Ihuuies, 1 m luy 

Unknown, who Dieil ^udJei.ly, 2o j 8 b 

— on John Maney» a 8uicide, 2 j 1 i 

— on Elizabeth Mannington, a Suicide, 2; If 

— on (ieo. Martin, Killed by a Is. II, 12 ; 10 c- 

— on Annie Mason, Killed bv hiT llussiiand, 
26 J 10 e 

— on Fred. Mcisler, who Died Kavi. g Mad 
in a Hospital, 25 i/i (>/ 

— on Thos. Merriman, who Died in Prison, 2U 
CI 12 a 

— on Thos. Merry, Killed at Kilburn Station, 
11 1/1 y/ 

— on (Jhas. Methold, Found Drowned in the 
Thames, 7 w 1 1 y* 

— on Louis Dayis Meyer, a Suicide, 20 a 12 a 

— on Mary Ann Merecroft, Kdled by Falling 
Down Stairs, 7 m 1 1 / 

— on Henry Murphy, Found Dead, 8 m 11 f 

— on Carohne Nash, ifrora Neglect, 7 n 10 6 

— on Mary Ann Nash, Starved to Death, 7 a 
10 6 



In'^UO'itS 'ji'iitatucii). 

uu V nas. i;t.'dwood,\\ho Died from Desiiiu- 

tiun, K' «.■ i> It 
— tiii oeo. ilenry Uiehardson, Drownod in ilie 

'riiaiiK's, 12 / ]»' • 
o.i Ma;>li Iv.ubuck, Found Murdered, ir> 

J '•> / 
on Jolm Kogcrs, who Died Suddenly in ihe 

Street, 24 m 7 / 
on Ikniy Thos. liolfe, who Died Suddenly 

in a Uailway Carriage, 23 m 7 e 
on Johu liose, who Died from Drinking, 

24 wi 7./ 

on John Saunders, Found Dead in his Bed- 



— on Louisa Newson, Killed by a Fall, 8 m 

11/ 

— on W. Newson, a Suicide, Ij Be 

— on Charles Nicholls, who Died Suddenly, 
25 j 12 d 

— on Mary Ann North, Burnt to Death, 7 m 

11/ 

on Lucy O'Connor, Said to have Died 



from Injuries from her Husband, Ibj dj 

— on Old and Howling, Killed at Combellack 
Mine, 21 ; G / 

— on John Orthwaite and Ruth Ingham, the 
Murderer and his Victim, 21 j (>/ 

on Fred. A. Orton, wi.o Died "of Starvation 



while Suffering from Scrofula, 14 / 13 a 

— oa Kliza Osborne, Murdered by her Para- 
mour, lU a 8 6 

— on Geo. Edw. Ouffroy, Killed at Mortlake 
Station, 18 u 5 e 

— on Zachariah Page, a Suicide, Ij 6 e 

— on James Parkhurst, Killed in a Drunken 
Quarrel, I67 10 b 

— on Florence Pasco, who Died of MaUgnant 
Small Pox, 20 a 12 a 

— on Elizabeth Patrick, a Suicide, 6 a 10 « 

— on Mrs. Pilklngton, Starved to Death, 13 
a8a 

— on Geo. Porter, Shot by his Father while 
Cleaning his Gun, 30 u 6 a 

— on Hobt. Potter, a Suicide, in Prison, 6 a 
10 « 

— on Margaret Purcell, who Died from 
Strangulated Hernia, 24 m 7 / 

— on Miss Jessie Pursley, Drowned off Chia- 
wick, 27 a 9 6 

— on John Cook Quinion, a Suicide, S mil / 

— on Mary Ann lieady, Burnt to Death, 5 ; 
10 d 



room, 17 <« lie 

— oil Wm. Saunders, Found Dead in a Cricket 
Fifhl, Ptnge, >* a H 

— on Geo &hea, who Died from Running iu 
a Itace, 18 <i 5 « 

on Ernest Edw. Shearman, Found Drowned, 



23 m 7 e 

— on John Jos. S'bley, who Poisoned himself 
by Misadventure, 25 ; 12 </ 

— on Sarah Silver, Poisoned, 26 j 8 ti 
on John Smith, a Suicide, in Prison, 22 ; 



12 c 

on Philip Smith, a Suicide, Ij Oe 

on Serg. Major David Spence, who Died 

Suddenly in the Street, 23 « 6 c 
on Susan Star, who Died from Fear, 21a 

13/ 
on Alice Ruth Starkey, Murdered by her 

Husband, 18 a 5 /* 
on Mrs. Harriett Staunton, who Died 

Mysteriously at Penge, 11 m 10 c— 12 w 13/ 

— 15 m 5 /— lt» m 5 /— 18 tn 12 6—21 ni lo d 

—28 m 12 a-11 / 13 /•— 27 ; 6/ 
on Miss Stephens, Found Dead in her 

Room, 22 ; 12 c 

on John Stevens, Burnt 10 Death, 2 m 12 a 

on Martha Stevens, who Died in Prison, 

19>11 a 

on the Sufferers by the Accident at Mor- 



peth Station. 12 a 10/» 

by the Fall of Widcombe Bridge, Bath, 



SjGd— 23 j 12 c—SjBd 

by the Gas Explosion at Tyldesley 



Colliery. 12 m 12 r— 17 w (> « 

by the Inundation at Tynewyd Colliery, 



4 iM 8 c— 5 m 13 e— IG in 7 /— 17 w G rf— 19 m 
12 b 

— on Jeremiah Sullivan, who Died in Prison, 
26 m 13 6 

— on Mary Sullivan, Found in the Regent^s 
Canal Murdered, Sj Be 

— on Thos. Sylven, Knocked Down by a Cab, 
25 m Bf 

— on Henry Tate, Killed in a Pugilistic En- 
counter in St. John's Street, 28 a 7 / 

— on Rev. J. S. Taylor, Killed at Witham 
Station, 22 w 6 /* 

— on Valentine Robt. Taylor, Drowntd off 
Chiswick, 12 tw 12 « 

— on Patrick Toohig, Killed by an Omnibus, 
7 7 12 « 

— on Alfred Tyler, who Died of Hydrophobia, 

'tn r. <t « 



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rA1.MP.US IKD'-X TO ** THK Tt.MKS NEWSPAPra. 



[A pill 1 f« 



o Mr . l.liy;»lH''h NVnif. a Siiu«i«le, 'J't m <; / 
-- on Sjirrih Wiirr, K»»uii«l J)ojul in n \\ nici 

15 III I. ''^\t ' 12 <• 
oil I liilip \V» Vh, Cut to I'icfcs in the Hail- 
way ^llnn^•1 lit' ir SI.»Hnt» Squnre. 2 i,i 12 o 

on Ihirrioi \Ve>t. Killed by Falling Ironi n 

SiuM- Lofi. 23 /« 7 r 

on John Wbitakcr, Killed in a Drunken 

IJrnwl. M) // H /, 

on Walti^r Whitehead, a Suici<lo, 31 m ."» f 

on Elizabeth Wicks, Stabbed by her Hus- 
band, 1 2 m i 2 e 

on Edmund WillianiR. Murdered at Craven 

IMaec. IS / j< /> 

on Henry Aut;nRtU8 William", an Ex-'^ap- 

tain, who Died in the Woikhousi'. 18 / « h 

on Patrick Wills, who Fell Over a Parapet 

wlnle Asleep. 30 «i t> n 
on Mrs. Marian Winter, Killed by a Fall 

while Intoxicated. 7 »w 11 /' 
on H. K. Wi.\ and J. P. liose, Drowned in 



the Thames, 23 m 7 e 

— on a Woman, Found Drowned off Wapping 
Stair?. 30 a « a 

in Clapham Common 2'» a 1 1 6 



— on,Wm. Wood, Murdered by his Fellow 
Lod^'er.26j*8 r 

on Thomas Woodhouso. a Suicide, 10 a lOrf 



on Hannah Eliza Woodrow, Drowned in a 

Pail of Water while in a Fit, 29 w 10 rf 

on Thomas Worsfold, a Suicide, 24 m 7/ 

on Thomas Wright, Starved to Death, 9 m 

12 « 
on James Young, Murdered at Castlerea, 6 

j 5 d 
Inslay (Rev. W. P.) on St. Katherine's Hospital, 

24 m 6 6 
Institute of Painters in Water Colours, 1 w 4 rf 
Institution of Civil Engineers, 19 a 8 c — 1^* 11 rf 

—297 II '' 
Insurance Companies, State of Shares in, see 

even/ day's paper 

Frauds, 15; 4/ 

Intemperance, Lord's Committee on EYidence, 8 

Inter-Municipal Feuds, 11 / 10 h 
International Archaeological Congress, see Ait- 

Cn^OLOOICAL 

International Exhibition at the Cape. 4 a 5/ 

of Paris. King of Holland Intends Sending 

40,000 Tulips to, 4 a 7 rf 

- ' — Note about, 13 a 4 e 

- Notices, 17 a 9/— 18 a 5 rf— 7 m 7 6—21 

m 6 a— 26 w 7 6— 16^ 7 e— 20 ? 6 / 

-. Prince of Wales Inspects, 7 w 5 e — o 7 5 rf 

Supplementary Exhibition of Jury Recog- 



nised Articles Pn)po8ed, \hj\d 
— of Philadelphia, Opening of the Permanent, 
12 wi 7 d 

Notices about, 31 m 7/— 80 j^e 



at Sydney, 3 o (> 6 
at Vienna, 20 a 5 6 



International Horse Show at Manchester, 5 m 12 
Horticultural Exhib^tio^ ap<^ CfJngress, 13 



^ c 



Internati«m:il Prison Congress at Stockholm, H» 

u .") / — 4 /« lO e 
Intoxiciitiiu' IJ(|uors flri'liind) Hill. 7 « 8 m 
Iri)v (pHiiliiia; on Bo.<inia, 5 a G e — 17 m 12 a 
laELAND : - 

AgPiiriiin Outride near Kilkerrin, Mr. Bar- 
rett tshot, 2<» m : I / -2^ M (» /■ 

AncAeleli AMauit Case, 16 i » e 

Case of the Cwk Kxamiuer and Frtemm* 



JoHi-nnf^ 14 / 9 /■ 

of Catherine Grimes, 14/9 /"— 23 1 8 ^ 

of Langtuii, of Down Mill, 29 at 9 /"— ;^» 



iw a a 



— l)i*'es^«bl".'*]ied Church of. General Synod 
Clo-e ihcir Siftit»g:*. 3 m 9 /" 

Dublin. Meetin^j of the Corporation on the 



DefalcHtions of the Town Clerk, 10 <? 10 A 

the L<lrd Mavor Presents to Parliament 



Petitions in Favjur of University Education, 
i> m 13 f 

Solicitors' Benevolent Society, Annual 



Ihinqiiet, 22 m 8 h 
— Home Kulcrs. 9 a 11 a 

Mr, Mi'.chell Henry's Letter on Mr. Cal- 



lan. 9 a 11 a 

Import and Export Returns. 4 a 1 1 /* 

Limerick, Serious Riot in, 10 a 10 b — 12 4 

9/ 

Lunatic AsylumV Report, 28 m 6 /* 

Mihhelstown Free Trial Cai«e, 2Q j 12 A 

re IMiilip Sheridan Le Farret'a Estate, 14 j 

9 / 
Tenant Right in, 23 a 10 c 

Terrorism in. 9 o 1 1 a 

Valuation of Land in, 6 a 6/ 

Ireland, J udicial Reform in, 29 m 1 1 « 

Irish ('hurch Sustentation Fund, Meeting, 12/4 

/— 21 ;• 10 d 
Missions. Anniversary Meeting, ^ m 1 f 

Temporalities, Official Return, 21 >U/ 

Disestablished Church, Meeting of the 

Synod, HaUd 

Nationalitists on War, 23 a 9/ 

Prisons, Notes on, 2 a 8/— 3 a 10 6— € a Of 

Representative Peer, New, 2 m 9 « 

Tenant Right Cases. 6^ 10 a 

University Education. Deputation t«i Go- 
vernment from the Dublin Corporation en, 10 
m eif 

lEON:- 

Mr. Barff*8 Paper on the Prevention of Cor- 
rosion of, 1 m 9 / 

English Contract in America, 5 o 6 /" 

Preservation of. Note on, 5 w 6 « 

and Coal Trade, Scotch Miners Wages Re- 
duced, 2 a 4 a 

at Darlington. 22y 10 d 

Meeting of the Creditors of the Darlaston 



Steel and Iron Company, 1 6 w 6 /* 

Ironmongers' Company, Banquet to Dr. Sclilie- 
mann, 28 a 12 /* 

Irons (Rev. Dr. W.) on Church and State, 7 a 
10«— 9a9/' 

on the Burials Bill. 21 m 11 rf 

Irving (— ) Reading before the Dublin Univer- 
sity, 20;6rf 



Jane 80, 1877.] palmkr*s index to "the times" newspaper. 



Ita 



ITAlJr :— 

Hrijandage in. 18 rt 0/ 

Arrest of the Bro:her8 Alfonso, 2 a A a 

Arrests, 19; 5 e—2oj 7/ 

Capture of Leone, 4 i 7 d — 8 i 9 /* 

the Arras of Leone Presented to the 

Kinjf. '^3 ; 7 e 

OflKcial Notices against, 16 a 5 e 

' in Rome, 6 a 5 « 
in Siiily, 10 a 10 e— 19 a 6 rf 



— Budget, 8 a 9 e— 31 mhe 

— Church and State in. 19 m 6 </ 

— Clerical Abuses Bill, Duke of Norfolk*8 
Protest agminat, 4 a 8 a— 9 ml c 

Demonstration at Brussels, 9 j 7 d 



— Court Newa, 11 o 7 rf 

— Diplomatic News, 22 m 7 «— -30 ; 7 c 

— Elections, 12; 5 c 

— Fleet, Morements of. 22 m 7 e 

— Foreign AflFairs and the Eastern Question, 
27a 5 < 

— Funeral of Maffei and the National Flag, 
26m 7/ 

Green Book on the Eastern Question, 10 a 



5rfA«— 23a4/ 

Internationalists at Cerreto, 9 a 5/— 13 a 



5d 



Arrests, 11 a 7/ 



— Meeting at the Cenfal Republican Club to 
Protest against Clerical Agitation, 1^5 </— 2 
y 7 rf 

Signor Bovis Likens the Pope to Neba- 



chadnerzer, 2 j 7 d 

— Miscellaneous News, 2 a 4 a — 18 a 5 d — 10 
m5 f 

— Mr. Monckton and Mr. Rainford Summoned 
for Insulting the Officers of the Law, \lj7f 

— Naples, Briiiph Consulate at, 27 j 6 f 
Easter in, 6 a 6 A 

Fine Arts Exhibition at, Opened by the 



King, 6 a 6 d— 9 a 6/— 13 a 8 6—6 m 10 o— 
22 Ml 7 e 

Lent in, 3 a 10 d 

Royal Visitors at, 2 m 5 </— 24 m 10 <f 

Water Supply, 24 m 10 d 



— the Osnervatore Romano and the Prince of 
Wales on Immediate War, 23 ; 7 e 

— Papal Decoration Declined by Marshal 
MacMahon, 20 / 10 a 

Jubilee — ^Demonstration in Cork to Cele- 



brate, 30 m 6 a— 8 / 9 « 
— Parliament and the War Question, 18 a 5 c 
—24 a 5 c 

Clerical Abuses Bill Rejected, 8 m 5 s 



- Pass the Sugar Duty Bill, 28 m 5 / 



— Pope Accused by Jules Simon of Falsity, 7 
m5 < 

Address on the Catholic Press, 20 ; 10 a 

' to the Croatian Pilgruns, 31 m 6di^6f 



6 c 



^ to the English Pilgrims to, 11 m 10 <f 



nj 



"mm of Irish Catholics on the Jabilee, 29 m 



-vp- to the SaToyard Pilgrims, 2 m 7 <f 

— r— Administers the First Communion to the 

Daughter of the Duke of Parma and Son of 

thA Princeftft Thnrn. ^^ m R f 



Italy {continued). 

Poi>e, Allocution, the Author of, 4 n 5// 

Audience to the C'atholic Press of the 

World, 11; 7/* 

to the Spanish Piljjrims, 13 / 6 r 



Audiences, 2 a 3 /—2 a 4 a— 9 a 6 e — 16 

tt 5 f — I m Sy— 7 m 5 c — 18 m 5 /*— 19 m 8 a — 
22 VI 5 /•— 25 m 5 «-30 m 5 e— 1/ 5 (/— 2 j 7 e 
— I2j5d 

Canadian Piljnims, 28 m 10 a 

Catholic Working Men's Clubs of France 



Present a Solid Silver Statuette to, 23 m b e 
Celebration of the 60th Anniversary of 



his Episcopate, 22 m 6 / 

of the Jubilee, 4/7 e— 5 j 6 s 



and the Conclave, 6 « 1 1 a 

and the Comte de Chambord, 9 o 5 ,/ 

Deputation from the Catholic Union of 

England to, with their Offerings, 30 a 9 /'— 
10 m 5 //— 19 m 7 f 

Donation of the Count and Countess of 



Chambord to, 9 ; 7 d 

English Gift to the Pope, 23 ot 9/ 

Episcopal Jubilee of, 12 o 9 /* 

and the Ex-Empress of the French and 



her Son, 10 a 6 « 

Grants to Christians in the East ^ower 



of Appointing their Patriarchs and Bishops, 9 
ahf 

Health of, 8 a 3 rf— 4 a 6 d— 7 a 6 f—Vl 



a 6 <f— 16 a 6 e— 27 o 12 6— 1 iw 5 / 

Inspects the Plans of the New Monastery 



in Invemesshire, 21 m 6/ 

thd Jubilee Celebration, 29 m 1 1 a 

King Victor Emanuel Congratulates on 



Ms Jubilee, 30 m 6 6 

Large Portion of the Offerings Remitted 



by, to London, to Provide for Future Needs. 
iy6d 

Marshal MacMahon*s Present to, 19 m i^ a 

Meetings in England of Sympathy witii. 



16a 6/ 

Miscellaneous News about, 6 <» 5 c — H> « r* « 

Capt. Nolan Leaves London as Kepre>e:»- 



tative of Members of the British Parliament 
to Present a Jubilee Address to, 19 w 11 /— - 
25 m 5 s 

Paschal Lambs Presented to, 2 /? 3 / 

Petition to Marshal MacMahon on the 



Present Position of, 10 a 6 e 

Prince Amadeo*s Present to, 7 w 5 « 

Proceeds of the Jubilee Offerings. 23 » 7e 

Processions in Honour of, Prohibited in 



Geiman Towns, \\\7 f 

Proposes a Change in the Papal Nnncioa 



Abroad, 6 a 6 d 

Receives the Breton Pilgrims, 8 m 5/ 

Reception of the American Pilgrims, 25 



y 6 « 



of the Austrian Pilgrims, 1 i 6 <# 

of the Irish Pilgrims, 8> 6 d— 14> 7 c 

of the Lyons Pilgrims, 16 •» 5 d 

of the Polish Pilg^im^ 7 j 7 / 

of Scotch Pilgrims by, 14 m 7 / 

Receptions of Pilgrims by, 8 « 5 s — !2 

m 7 c— 16 m 6 «— 23 m 6 «— 24 m 5 f— 26 « 7 / 
^2ft m R /*— A V /k A 



Ita 



palmer's IKDKX to " THE TIlfRS " KEWSPAPEH. [ApHi 1 tO 



Italy {ti}ntinue(r), 

I^ope Reply to the Address of the German 

Filgtunib, \2 m S a 
^— Reported Death oL9 n H e 

Sev^n l^ishops l^r^conized by, 2; j 6 e 

r— Three New Caidlnuls Crenied, 23 i 7 e — 

27 i 5 e 
^— Rfiilways and the Government. S a 5 d 
Rome, Canadian rilj,- ims en routs for, with 

Gifts for the Pope. 2'6 a 5 / 

Clergy and Lniiy >>'ith Offerings Leave 



Philadelphia foi . to A tiend the Jubilee, 30 aba 

Consecration oi the Kew Wesleyan 

Church in, \ *" o e 

Deputaiion of English Pilgrims to, 2 m 



9 d—5m liid 

Arrival, 11 wi 5 rf— 11 /#i 10 d 



— Diplomatic News, 2 m7 d 

— IMlgrims Flocking to, 27 a 5 /— 28 o 7 e 

— Republican Protect Posted Over, bOmBd 

— Sand Shower Falls on, 26 i 5 e 
Terrible Act of Yendatta at, 24 m 5 6 



— Societies for Prevention of Cruelty to Ani- 
mals Protests against the New Dog Law, 23 J 
7s 

— Southern, Monier Williams^s Impressions 
of, llj 5 d 

— Treaty of Commerce with England, 17 a 5 

• &/ 

— Unveiling the Statue of the King, 5 ; 5 s 

— Vatican, Miscellaneous News, 22 j 5 c 
against Russia, 2\) m 5 e 

and its Appeal to France and Axistria, 8 



SI 5« 

Cardinal Howard Takes Possession of 

his Titular Church, 24 <i 5 «— 28 ale 

Exposition, 18 «« 5 /* 

Fabulous Rumours about, Id ; 5 d 

and the French Criak, 20 m 12 rf— 29 m 



5s 



and Gei-many, 29 m 5 e 

and the Caiholi<: Powers, 21 a 7 <f 

— — Insii-uotions to Nuncios Abit>ad, 4 m 5 e 

and Madrid. 2C in b e 

Meeting of Csrtiinals, 27; 6 s 

anp tile QuJrinal— Uival Demonstrations, 

9j6cr— I4joc 

— Vesuvius, Irrupiivene<«8 of, 22 m 7 • 



Vine Harvest, 22 m 7 e 
Italy and Ka8^ia, 10 m i\f 
Italian Socialieis, 28 a 4 c 
Iionclads, 28 m He 

J. 
Januuca, Coolie Immigration, 28 a 4 6 

Judicial Kefoimb, Z a ^ f 

Misedlaneous News, 80 a 6 d 

-^— New Governor, 3 a 4 / 

— Notes about, 9 a 10 c 

— Planters and the Labour Market, 9 a 10 c 
—10 a 6 /— U a 6 e— 14 o 6/-16 a 7 e 

— Postal Changes in, 11 a 5 6 
State of, 7 m 11 rf 

Sugar Crop, 3 a 4 /* 

James (Sir Henry) at the Hereford Liberal As- 
sociation, 23 M 6 c 
Japan, Mr. Dilloa'a DrawioRS of« 14 m 8 / 



/f*p«n. Insurrection in, 4 a 6 h — 5 a 6 f—^Z aM 

— 19 <i 6 c— ao o 6 o— !« M 9 /•— 28 »» 4 / 
Ironclad for. Inspection of, at Poplar, 16 a 

lis 

Launch in, 25 m 4 /" 

New Po>tHge Rate to, 5 wi 13 e — 21 m\\ i 

Projected Marriage of its Envoy at Beriin, 

6a 5rf 

War Kews, 22 m 7 rf 

Japane:ie Royalties, 16 a 12 a 

Jenner (Bp.) on Writlen Sermons, 11 a 11 /* 

Jerusalem in 1877, Noie about, 8 a 9 a 

Jessal (bir George) at S>*nagogiie Preparatar7 

to hi5 Daughter's Maniage, 25 i 8/ 
Jewelry Robbery at Canterbury, 17 a 9/ 
at Weitkboume Park, Railway Station, 28 a 

5s 
Attempted, at Sutton Place, near Guildford, 

26^8 /• 
Jewish Charities, Dinner in Aid of the Funds d, 

5ml4rf 
Joint Sio-.k Discount Company, 21 m 7 / 
Jones (Col. A. S.) on Sewage, 16 a 6 rf 

(j . A.) on khe Car^hagena Claims, 4 a 1 1 < 

(Rev. Henry) on the Conveyance of Pri- 
soners, 'io lit 11/ 
Judge, Assauli on, 14 7 13 e 

and a Bio her, 20 a 11 c 

Judges Chi^mber)!, Note about, 29 m 11/" 

Proceeding's in, 9 m 14 6—22 m Sd 

Judicature Acu* Commission, 15 ^ 5 e 

Fee Swmps, 22 ;.< 11 rf 

Judiciiil Rating, 24 m II a 

Jury Summonbe!*, Note about, 15 i 4 rf 

Jurymen — Dedtli of nn Aged Juror while in the 

Box, 30wd 1) c— 31 iW 12 a 
Mr. Avory's Address on the Mode of 

Exemption, 31 m 12 a 

Notes on, 1 ji' 5 c — 2 ; 10 a 



— — Payment of. Proposed, 4 a Uy 
Jute, Slate of Trade in, 5 a 7 /* 

K. 

Kashgar and China, 31 in 6 /* 

Envoy in London, 19 i» 1 1 /*— 23 m 9f—25 

m 5/— 26 m 11/— 28 m 9/— 30 tn 9/ 
Lecture on, by Capt. Kuiopatkine at 

Tashkent, lli7d 

and the Porte, 20 a 10 a— 27 a 4/— 9 w 10 « 

Kaye (Lt. Gen.) from Cabul to Balkh, 18y 6/ 

Kemball (Sir Arnold) Sketch of, 25^ 6 a 

Kenealy (Dr.) and Mr. Sullivan, 21 « 7/ 

Kensington House, Sale of, 24 m 10/ 

Kew Gardens, 2 m 6 c 

Keyser (P. de) on Inter-Mnnidpal Funds, 11 / 

10 6 
Killed on the Railway, Note about, 25 m 7 c 
Kimber ( — ) Lettei to Government on the Illegal 

Arrests on Plumstead Common, 26 7 10 /* 
Kimberley (l^rd) at Falmouth, 26 » 8/ 
King's College, London, Distribuiion of Pritts, 

4y8rf— 28 7 76 

New Professor of Surgery, 14 ; 7/ 

ENI6HTH00D AND BARONETAGE :— 

Dilnkwatei, Wm. L., Kniyht^ Sketch of, \ 

08 c 
Fry. Edw^ KniqhU 6 » 10 6 



June 30, 1877.] ^almkr's index to '^ ttam -iimes " newspaper. 



Lea 



Knighthood and Ba^noiAge Cconanv^J. 

Gell, Jamef; Knigkt, Sketch of, 2 a 8 c 

Medhnrst, Sir W. Henry, Knight, Sketch 

of , 2 a 8 c 
Sandford, CoL Herbert, Knight, 28 o 7 /— 

5 m 10 6 
Knightabridge Barracks, 25 w 5/— 4 j 7 /*— 6 j 

10 « 

L. 
Lady Guardinn« of tlie Poor, 17 a 11 e 

Silk Woikeis, 7 .» 4/ 

Lake Nya^sa Minf^ion, '}0 .n 10 e . 
Lanibv^Chiia.)'^!'^ his Medal for Christ's Hospital, 

21>11/ 
(Charles and Mary) Discovery of tb?ir 

"Poetry for Children," 16 ; 13 r 
Lambeth Palat e, Dinner to the Episcopal Bench 

at, 16 wo/— 17 in 10/ 

Degrees Granted, 22> 10 c 

Lanca?*hire Conservative Ar'sociation — ^Annual 

Meeting or Conference, 10 o 4 c 
Land in the City of London, Sale of, by the 

Foot, SOade 

of Midinn, 14 m 6 /*— 17 m 9 J 

Langdale ^A.) Trafalgar SqiLire to Oxford 

Street, 7 a 12r 
Launch of the Express English Channel Ship, 

17<i lOe 

of the Dublin Cuxtie^ at Glasgow, 2 m 7 e 

of the Kon-gOf a Japanese Corvette, at Hull, 

19 a 12 a 

of the Saratoga, in the Delaware, 28 n? 5/ 



LAW:— 

Actions in Conomon Lawr. see Civil Actions 

in the Superior Courts, see Civil Actions 

Appeal Cases, see llousK of Lords 

Criminal Cases, see Middlesex Sessions 



Bankruptcies, see Bankruptcies 

. Bankruptcy Court Cases, see Bankruptct 
Court 

- — Block in Chancery, 24 m 9 /* 

Calls to the Bar, 26 a 6 /— 14 j 14 a— 15 

Cases in the Admiralty Court, see Admi- 
ralty Co CUT 

— in the Probate Court, see Civil Actions 
before the Provincial Magistrates, see 

Police 
Cause Lists, 9 a 11 c/— 19 m 13 c/— 28 m 11 



d—^dm 11/ 

— Chancery Causes, 22 m 4 </ 

Delays, 25 a 10/ 

Division, 4^ 6 a 

Fees of Taxation in, 22 m 4/ 



Consistory Court, see Arches, &c. 

County Court Cases, see Civil Actions 

Court of the New Judge. 25 m 1 1 c 

Court for the Consideration of Crown Cases 

Reserved, see Criminal Trials 
Days of Sittings of the Courts, in toery 

dmfs paper 

Dividends in Bankruptcy, see Dividends 

Divorce Court see Divorce Court 

Ecclesiastical Cases, see Arches, &c. Court 

Estates in Liquidation, see Estates 

< Examination of S^^d^nts — Award of Cqi:U^ 

Artatoa lit /t 1 I n 



Law (continued), 

inns of Court Examinations and List ot 

Past Students, 31 m If 

Legal Bu>ines8 of the Government, 8 i 6 /* 



Recess, 19 m 13 cf 



Lord Chief Justice at Bristol, 8 a 7 < 
Mayor's Court Action^, see Civil AoxiONa 



— New Judge, 27 a 10/— 30 a 9/— 2 m 9/— 
9»« 10./— 16/7/ 

Lord Justice of Appeal, 27 / 11 6— 30- ; 



11/* 



Queen's Counsel, 11 a 13 a— 5 m 11 f-^^ 

m 10/ 
Notices of Sittings of the Courts, in wer^ 

datfs paper 
Privy Council Proceedings, sac Pritt 

Council 

Scotch Bench and Bar, see Scotch 

Scotcli Sequestrations, see BANKRUPTCisa 

Sittings in Nisi Prius, 29 m 12 a 

Soliciiori>, Application for Admission as, &. 

m 14 c 

Suits in Chancery, see Crvit, Aotions 

Summer Circuits, 6 j 11 c— 12 ; 12 a— -la. 



Supreme Court of Judicature Bill, 18 a 1 1 / 

Title of the New Judge, 18 a 11 o— 19 a 11 

r— 24 a 11 e 
Triah in the Criminal Court, see Crdunau. 

Trials 
Law A88ociation, 21 m 4 a 
and City Courts Committee^ Meeting, 10. 

m U f 
Lawford (W.) on Railways of Private Owners^ 

h m'6 a 
Lawrence (F. T,) on the Execution at Leeds, i 

a^ c 
Lawson (Sir W.) at Carlisle, 6 a 1 1 A 

— at uolcheeter on the Percussive Bill, 26L 
a9/ 

Legislative Aspects of the Licensing Ques« 

tion, 1^11 c 
Lay Helpers in London, 21,; lie 
for the Diocese of London, Annual Meeting^ 

13; 10 rf 
Lea (Rev, Simcox) on St. Katherine*s Hospital,^ 

17 m 6e- 2.i /n 10 a 
•* I^eaders of Society," 8; 4/ 
LEADING ABXICLi^:— 

Afghanistan and the North, l&> U h 

Alsace-Lorraine, 2 a 7 d 

American Pilgrims at Rome, 2G « 11 dt, 

Trade and the War, 30 ti 9 c 

Annexation of the Transvaal, 7 m 9- d^l4t 

mUd 

Anticipated Declaration of War, 24 « 9 & 

Aretio ICxpedilioi), 19 /w 11 d 

Array Accounts, o; 9 e 

EstioLiiOff, 2<I j 9 r 

— Arrest oi M. Bonnet Duverdi^,, Sj S c 
Sentence on, 9 ji 1 1 c 

Australia. 1 1 (i 1 1 e 

Bankers' Clearing House; 8^ «» 10 <l 

Belligerents and NeutraU, 30 a 9. 6 

-^ — Birmingham Demonstration, 4^ 11 a 

Bismarck's (Prince) KetireuDent^ 4 a 9 o-*. 

5 aOa— 9a9 6— 17 a9<f 



Xea 



PALMKU'S INDEX TO " THE TIUK8 " WEW5PAPKK. 



[Aprfl 1 t* 



Leading Articlee {continued), 

B)ackheath Highwaymen, 12 / 9 « 

Bradlaugh Case, 22^ 9 e 

Budget. 13 a 9 c 

Burials Question, 16 a 9 </— 27 a 10 6—17 

m 9 c—\6 m 9 e— 19 ; 9 A— 23 ; 11 c— 26 ; 9 « 
—29 ; 9 c 

' Butt (Mr.) and tbe "Irish Obstructionists/* 

2ill€ 
— ^ the Campaign, 22 m 9 c 
Canal Boats Bill, 4> 11 c 

Capiral Punihhment, 14^ 11 b 

- Ca?e of Cress well v. Walrond, 16 j 11 c 

Cattle rkgue, 23 a 9 c— 1 1 m 9 c 

-■ Select Committee on, 3 ^ 9 d 



Choice of Employments, 27 o 10 e 
('hurch and State, 14 a 12 e 
the Clerical Address, 5 a 9 5 



the City Companies, 12 a 9 d 

Civil Service and the Universities, 2 m 11 <i 

Clerical Fellowships, 6j9d 

— - Coleridge (Lord) on Culture, 25 m 9 c 

Commercial Treaties, 24 a 9 </ 

Treaty with France, 13 « 9 d 

Commotion in Greece, 30 m 9 c 

-~^ Conference of Elementary Teachers, 7 « 9 e 

— Coubervative and Liberal Financiers, 26 a 



10 d 



Constantinople and the War, 29 w 9 6 
Convocation, 2<> « 9 r 
Co-Operative Congress, 4 a 9 c 
County Franchise, 18 m 9 r 
Ciim in Fi-ance, see Marshal MaoMauon 
in South Africa. 9 a 9 c 



- Ooss (Mr.) on tUe War. 9 m 12 y 
Crossed Checks Bill. 11) / 9 r 



' Cruelty to Animals Bill, 4 w 9 c 

Cniisv of the ( orvette Aciivej 3 a 7 a 

('zar at Moscow, 7 //• 9 a 

' Dean of the Arches, 4 a 9 rf 

Death of Cabrera, 29 /» 9 c 

' Debate on the Protocol, 14 a 12 6 

Derby's (Lord) Reply to the Russian 

•Circular, 7 w 9 c 

' Diflferent States of Turkey, 15 m 10 cf 

- — Diplomatic Relations with Mexico, 28 a 11 r 

' Dismissal of M. Jules Simon. 17 m 9 a 

Dissolution of the French Chamber, 26 j 9 6 

^ J>uc de Broglie and France, 31 m 9 o 

- — Easter Monday Review, 3 a 7 c 

. Eastern Question. 9 a 9 a— 11 a 11 6—12 

a 9 a— 13 a 9 n— K a 9 a— 17 a 9 c— 19 a 9 c 

—20 a 9 6—23 a 9 a— 11 m 9 6—12 m 11 d— 

14 « 11 6—2; 11 6 
..^ — EcdesiaaticsU Endowments in Ceylon, 2 m 

lie 

. Employment x)f Conviets, 1 7 m 7 </ 

England and Kusjua, 9/11 6— 25^ 11 6 

Engli«h Spelling, 1 .; 9 rf 

^ ^ ICsutexif tke Late Mc. faterson, 28 i 9 (f 

^■, . Europe and tj:ie War, 25 m 9 a 

^ — Factory Acts Question, 22 iv 9 6 

...». Fim in SecuDities, 19 ^ 9 a 

^ Fanune in India, 1 m 9.« 

.i.._ Fire at «t. John's New Brunswick, 23^ 1% 4 

^^ - Fiogging in the Navy, 1 1 a 1 1 « 

^^- FoUuJLojoe Ritual Case. 14 ut 11. e 



Leading Articles {continued), 

France, 26 w* 11 6—28 m 9 o 

and Germany, 1 8 o 9 r 

Free Trade Struggle in AustraHa, 2 m Mr 

French Academy, 127 9 d 

Assembly, 18 i 1 1 «— 18 ; 9 a— 20 j 9 a 

Commercial Treaty, 27 1 9 /r 

— ^ Constitutional Ciisis, 30 m 9 a 

Ministry and the Vatican, 30^' 11 e 

Senate, 23 J 11 6 

the Fuller Case. 31 m 9 e 

-^— Gas Bills in the Uouse.of Coramoiia, 7 a 9r 

General Grant, 23 m 9 c 

at the Guildhall, I67 11 6 

Reception of, in England, 4y 11 « 

German Emperor in Alsace-Lornune, 5 m 



Wd 



SocialisU,7t 11 e 



Germany and France. 28 a 11 c 
and Free Trade, 3 m 9 c 



M 9 (I — m 



— Gibraltar, 21 a 12 </— 29 ; 9 c 

— Mr. Gladstone's Resolutions, 1 
116— 7 w 96—8 « 10a 

Debate on, 10 m 9 6—15 m 10 6—16 m 9 6 

Division on, 16 ii» 9 a 

\\nt to Birmingham. 29 •« 9 a — 1 j 9h 



— Government and the Irit»h Sunday Closing 
Bill, 15^9 6 

Inspectors, 2j\\d 

Le^al Business, 11 ; 11 6 

Great Britain and the United States, 24 m 



8c 



Hellenic and Elantem Questions, 24 « U 6 
Hobart Pabha, 21 a 12 6 
Home Rule, 24 o 9 c 

— Debate on, 25 a 10 6 

— and its Supporters, 20 a 9 rf 
Incidence of Taxation, 21 a 12 « 
Increase of the Episcopate, 31 m 9 6 
Indian Budget, 22 ; 9 6 

— Judges, 30/ 11 </ 
and the Viceroy, 24 m 9 of 



9c 



9a 



the Injiexihh, 18^ 11 «— 21 i 9 e 
Inns of Court, 18 a 9 1/ 
Interests of Austria, 29 ; 9 a 
the Inundated Mine, 20 a 9 « 
Irish Borough Franchise, 187 II c 

— Sunday Closing Bill, 28; 9 c 

— Taxation. 7; 11 </ 
Ironclads and Gimboats, SO m 9 <f 

— and Torpedoes, 29 m 9 </ 
Italian Green Book. 1 1 a 1 1 c 
Italy and the Vatican, 11 m 9 </ 
Jamaica, 6 a 9 < 
Legislation for Ireland, 25 m 9 b 
Liberal and Conseryalive Associatxm, 12 j 

Local Lotns, 25 a 10 s 

Lock-Out on the Clyde, 28 m % <?— 1 jT 9 r 

London in 1876. 23 a 9 <^ 

— University, 12 wi 12 a 

Lord Lytton in Council, 8 a 7 6 

Marshal MacMabon and Jules Simoo, 18 m 



the Crisis, 19 m 11 a— 21 m Q a— 22 at 9f 

—23 m 9 6 -22 ; 9 d 

rr— Metrotxiiuin Board of Works. 21 a 9 <i 



Jnne SO. 1877.] FAuncB'a inuxx to <''tuk timks " nkwspapek. 



Lie 



TiWMttng ArtideB (continued), 

Middle Class Hospiuls, 28; 9 < 

Militia and the Mutiny Act, 16 a 9 c 

More Ministers for Ireland, Uy 11 c 

Mutiny Bills, 17 a 9 « 

Neutral Waters, 6 m 11 c 

Neutrality, 8 m 9 6 

New Bishopric, 18^9 c 

Industries for India, 6 a9 d 



96 



North-West Frontier of India, 16 a 9 6 
Opening of Museums on Sundays, 9 i II d 
Oxford Professorships. 28 m 9 e 
Parliament and the Eastern Question, 1 7 m 

Parliamentary Obstructives, 2 a 7 c 
— Beportmg, 21 a 12 <i— 28 a 9 6 
Policy of O^erdon, 1 1 m 9 c 
Politics in the United States, 10 m 9 c 
Pope and the Catholic Press, 20j9d 
and Italy, 6> 9 e 



— Priest in Absolution, 25 j He 

— the Primate and Dr. Pusey, 26 / 9 <f 

Prison Bill, 9 a 9 rf— 16 j 9 c— 20i 9 rf— 30 

>lls 

— the Protocol, 2 o 7 a-^ a 7 a — i a 9 6—6 
a 9 a— 7 a 9 a— 17 « 9 a 

— PubUc Health (MetropoUtan) Bill, 19; 9 e 
Offices and Buildings, 10 a 9 e 

— Queen v, Bradlnugh and another, 22y 9 « 

— Kailway Accidents ^alld 
in 1876, 7 a 9 rf 

Companies Servants' Bill, 15 m 10 e 

Passenger Duty, 20a9 d 

— Religious Question in France, 9 m 12 6 
Reported Mutiny on Board the Alexandra, 

6i9d 

— the Revenue, 2 a 7 6—12 a 9 c 

Ridsdale Judgment, Uj 11 d 

Roumania and Servia, I87 9 6 

Roumanian Independence, 28 m 9 a 

— Karl Russell and the Working Classes, 22 
mdd 

Russia and India, 12 j 9 6 

and Turkey, 10 a 9 a— 12 a 9 6—14 a 12 



c—18a9A— 12m 11/ 

and the Position of Neutrals, 6 i 9 c 



— Russian Passage of the Danube, 27 j 9 6 — 
80> 11 a 

— Salford Election, 20 a 9 c 

— Scotch General Assemblies, 11 / 11 c 

— Servia, 20 ; 9 b 

— South African Bill, 24 a 9 s— 9 m 12 c 

— Southern Indin, 11 ^ li d 
States, 5 a 9 c 



— Spain, 10 a 9 e 

Spelling Reform, lj9d 

State of the Navy, 1 m 9 d 

Parties in France, 13 j 9 rf 

Suez Canal, 7 ; 11 6— 16j9(i 

Taxation, 6 a 9 c 

Tenantable Houses, 80 n 9 </ 

— Territorial Waters Jurisdiction Act, 19 ^ 9 « 
— — Thames liiver (Prevention of Floods Bill, 

21 y 9 6 

**Tichbome" Demonstration, 18 a 9 g 

Tipperary Election, 8 m 10 e ' 



.J 



Leading Articles (continued), 

Trade Keturns for April, \0 m 9 d 

for Miirch, 10 a \) d 

for May, 9 ; 1 1 e 

in America, 19 a \) d 

ill the United States, 18 a 9 « 



— Traffic in Livings, 27 j 9 d 

— the Transvaiil. 5 a 9 d— 21 m 9 6—28 m9 d 

— Turkish Circular Despatch. 14 a 12 d 

— Turks and Mahomedans, 21 m 9 c 
.- Twycross v. Grant, 4 j l\ d 

— United Greek Church, 16 ; 11 a 
States Territories, 26 m J 1 c 

and Mexico, 31 m 9 c 



— Universities Bill, 27 a 10 «/— 1 w 9 c— 4 m 9 
6— 19m U c— 16/11 e 

— Victoria Dwellings Association, 25 ; 11 d 

— Visit of the Paris Municipal Council to 
London, 4 m 9 </ 

— Von Moltke (General) on Armies, 26 a 9 6 

— the War, 25 a 10 a— 26 a9 a -27 a 10 a— 
28 a 11 /»— 80 a 9 a— 2 m 11 6—8 w 9 a— 4m9 
a— 5 m 1 1 a— 8 m 10 6—9 « 12 a- 10 m 9 a— 
12 m 11 e— 14 m 11 a— 15 m 10 c— 16 m 9 c— 18 
m 9 6—19 mil 6—24 m 9 a— 26 m 11 a— 28 m 
9 6- 20 m 9 6— ly 9 a— 2i 11 a— 5 ; 9 6—6 ; 9 
6—11 7 1 1 a— 15 ; 9 c— 21 / 9 o— 22 / 9 c— 28; 
11 a— 26y 11 a— 26y 9 a— 27 / 9 6— 28> 9 a— 
29/96 

on the Danube, H J 11 a 



a Wasted Wednesday, 2lj9d 

Women's Disabilities Removal Bill, 7^ 11 c 

Wycliffe Commemoration, 13.? 9 c 

League of Peace and Liberty, Meeting of the 

Congress at Geneva, 12 m 7 d 
Leared (D. Arthur) IVade of Morocco, 27 a 4 c 
Lee (Rev. R.) and the Charles Lamb Memorial, 

21 j 10/ 
Lefevre (Shaw) on the War Victims in Bosnia, 

18il8c 
Legal Appointments, 26 / 9 / 

Education, Trusts for, 20 a 8 6 

Leicester May Cheese Fair, 11 m 12 a 
Leighton (John) on the Black Sea, 24 m 7 / 

on Soukoum Kale, 21 m 4 /" 

Leopard Story, 23 m 8 6 

Lewes, Monument to the Russian Prisoners who 

Died at, 2 m 12 cf 
Lewis ( W, H.) Fh^ at Hotels, 27 a 4 e 
an Impromptu Smoke Respirators in Bires, 

8 m 5 / 
Liabilities of Vicars, 1 1 j 5 c 
Liberal Association for South wark, 26 m 1 1 /* 
Liberation Society, Triennial Conference, 8 m 10 6 
Licensed VictiuUlers* Asylum, Jubilee Festival, 

8 m 12 a 
Licensing Question, Meeting at Keswick about, 

1 / 11 c 
Lichfield (Bp. of) Objecting to his Clergy At- 
tending the Opening of a Wesleyan Chapel, 

28 w 9 / 
Licbig. Proposed Statue to, in Munich, 6 a 9/— 

16/«5./ 

Extract of Meat Company, 2 m 1 2 c — 26 m 9 6 

Life-Boat Services, 29 m 6 c 

Lijrhthouses, Sir Charles Adderley Inspects, 2 



JLilg 



PALMER S INDEX TO ^' THE TIMES NEWSPAPER. 



[April lt» 



Li^litinif. Avenifre Meter System of, 25 m 8 6 
Limk-r (Luke; on ilie Vbt'm Exhibition, l.l a 4 e 
Lincoln C'athedral. New C'hancelior, \i) j V2 h 
Lindsay (B. Loyd) on the Xat'onal Aid Society, 
30 m 10 e 

on the Turkish Wounded, 20 y i2 a 

■■ (W. A.) Vouchers for Candidates, 26 o 8 c 

Literary £ncycloi)aedia, 2o m 1 1 < — 20 mile 
Liverpool Mercantile Marine Service Association, 

7a(>c 
Liberal Meeting at Devonshire House, Con- 
tradicted, 21 a V>f 

Mortality in. Annual Report, 11 a 10 c 

Popular Control and Licencing Reform As- 
sociation. Annual Meeting, 17 m \0 d 
and London and Globe Insurance Com- 
pany, 20 7' 7 a 
Livingstone Medical MissionarylMemorial Train- 
ing Institution, Dr. Moffatt Lays the Memo- 
rial Stone at Edinburgh, 11 > 8 / 
Llandaff, New Dean of, 2 m \i a 
Locusts, Devastations by in Tripoli and Barbary, 

Ujl d 
lioftie (Rev. W. J.) on Canterbury Cathedral, 

22 w 8 0—4 ; 6 e 
London Ai-chdeaconry Visitation, 3 m 10 /*— 9 m 
13 6 

(Bp. of) Movements of, 23 m 9/— 11 ; 8 a 

London Aged Christian Society, Annual Meet- 
ing, 26//1 12 6 

Celtic Choir Inaugural Concert, 1 j 1 1 d 

Churchwardens and their Presentations, 24 

a 10 6 
— City Mission. Annual Meeting, 6 m 8 /* 

Congregational Union, Annual Meeting, 4 



a 7/ 

— - Female Penitentiary, Annual Meeting, 30 
yi3 a 

— Financial Association, 7 o 1 1 a — 10 a 6 d 
Free and Open Church Association, Annual 

Meeting, 24 w 10 6 

Gazette, Fee Stamps, 1 ; 6 r 

Genernl Porter? Benevolent Institution, 

Annual Dinner, C a 5 e 
Homoeopathic Hospital, Great Ormond 

Street, Annual Meeting, 28 a 6 « 

Institution, Lectures at, 14 /w 10 a 

Library, Annual Meeting, 2 / 9 r 

Missionary Society, Annual Meeting, 14 m 

6a 
— • News a la Paris, 22 m 7 « 
School of Medicine tor Women, 26 / 10 / 

— Society for the Extension of University 
Teaching, Meeting of, 17 n? 10 rf 

— Steamboat Company, 2 o 6 /*— 10 a^d 
Temperance Ho.«pital, Public Meeting, 25 

m 11 a 

University — Barlow Bequest, 24 m 1 1 6 

Degrees to Women to be Granted, 25 / 13 /* 

List of Examiners, 30 ci 7 cf 

of Past Examination for Women, 20 3 



10 e 



10 6 



Matriculation Examination, 9 a 10 / 
New Professor, 22 i 10 c 
Presentation Day, 1 1 »« 4 «— 10 wi 10 6 
Women to be Admit t^ to Degrees, 10 m 



London and Lancashire Life Assurance O^mpanr, 
25 a 6 « 

and Paris Hotel Company, 23 y 9 a 

and Provincial Law Assuran'-e Societj, ?7 

a W f 

Marine Insurance Cotupany. 15/10 6 

Long (Rev. Jatt.) the Eastern Question in iti 
Anglo-Indian Aspect, 18 m 12 c 

Long-lived Family — Lady Fairlie, 30y 6 <f 

Looking at Home — Use of Foreign Armies in 
Improving Home Government, 16 m » y 

Loosley (G.; on Workini? Men's Clubs, 23 n 7 i 

Lord Chancellor's Prei»eniations, Fee Stamps on, 
6 / 4 /• 

^— Lieutenant New, 9 m 12 « 

Lord's Day Observance Society, Annual Break- 
fast, 14 in 6 a 

Lovell ^Francis; Sierre Leone, Note about, 29 m 
86 

Lowdell (EdwardJ on a Case of Long Abstinence, 
26a 8 c 

Lowe ( — ) Idea of the House of Commons, 9 ; 
13 € 

Lowther (James) on the Eastern Question, 13 a 
10/ 

Lunacy, Increase of, 5 o 6 6 

Laws, Note about 23 m 5/ 

Lunatic at Large, at West Drayton, 24 a 10 c 

Policeman, lt» m 6/ 

Lunatics, Attendants on, 25 m 5 /* 

Lynn (Dr.) at the Royal Aquarium with hit 
Hindoo Juglers, 30 a 4 /* 

Lytton (Lord^ at AUygurh, Note on, 6 a 8 6 

Proposal to Place a Portrait of, in Trinity 

HaU,2lm4/ 

M. 

2kIaceoll (Malcolm) on the Eastern Question, 2 a 
4/* 

on the Ridsdale Judgment 4i 6/ 

on Tractarianism and Ritualism, 19 m 8 e 

MacLennan (E.) on the British Uniform, 2 a 9 6 

Magniac (Charles) Belligerents and the Suez 
Canal, 4 w 4 / 

on the Suez Canal, 19 m 6/ 

Madrid Harbour, I47 5 e 

Mahomedan Intolerance, 24 m 6 <f 

Mahomedans in Russia, 26 m 8/ 

MAILS: — 

2 a Sd^Sa'S f-^AaG a—B a 6 d— 6 a 6 e 

—7 a 6 c— 9 a 6 rf— 10 a 8 r— 11 a 12 e— 12 a 
lOrf— 13 a Jl 6— 160 6 e-17a 10 d— 18 a H 
/•— 19 a 5y— 20 a 5 d— 21 a 7 «— 23 a 6 fr— 24 
a 10 6—25 a 5/— 26 n 7 6—27 a 10/— 30 a 6 
d— 1 m 6/— 2 m 7 c— 3 m 6y— 4 m of— 5 m 13 
6—7 m a «— 9 w 13e— 10 m 6 c— 12 m 12 rf— 14 
m8rf— 16 m lOe— 17 w 10/— 18 w 10/— 19« 
9/— 21 m 11 r_-22 m 6 /•-23 m 7 f—U mb f 
—25 m 7 e— 26 m 9/— iS m 7 «— 29 m 10 /*— 30 
w 5/— 31 m 6 /-— I / 6 /— 2 ; 7/— 4y 8 e— 6 1 
6 /— 6 ; 10 /— 7 ;■ 12 A-8 J 5 e— 9 ; 10 6—11 ; 
8 d—Uj 6 e— 14 / 12 «— 15> 7 d—lSj 7/— 18 
; 8 o— 20> 7 f—'2\j 8 6—22 j 8 6— 23 j" 9 e-. 
25/ 12 f -27; lOy— 28>7/ 

for Alexandria, 6 ; 6 /— 30y 13 6 

for Australia and New Zealand, HJ 11 « 

BrazU, 20 ; 7 e- 26 ; 10 « "^ 

— - to Constantinople, 1 w 9 / 



\ Jane 30, l?<77.] palmer's index to the *' times ** nkw6papkh. 



Met 



Ma'ls (coittin^'edj. 

Ne«. Zealand, 10 w 7 c 

Quecn.-lanc], 12 w* 12 d 

Makiu*; the Most of it— a Speech for May Mi^et- 



Malay Piiatcs. Note about, \ i 5 e 

Malicious Damafre in a Millne;ir Preston, 4 a9 c 

Man-like Apes, Lecture by rrofe»>or Garrod, 23 

Manchester (Bp. of) on the War, :2C)j 10 d 

on the Religious Nex^spapeis as the Bit- 

teresi Sourc-es of Slander, 5 / o /' 

Manchester. New Town H?dl aU 5 a C /* 

^— Chamber of Commerce. Meetinu of Lan- 
cashire Merchants at, on Free Trade, II « 12 
e—l mlO f 

Tidal Navigation. 19 m 11 / 

and Liverpool, Meeting on Tidal Naviga- 
tion, 24 a 10 c 

Manners (Lord John) on the Earl of Shaftesbury, 
and the Factory Acts, 25 m 8 c 

Manning (Cardinal; on the Papal Allocution, 2 
08/ 

on the Jubilee, 4j 8/ 

Mansion Houi$e, Ball at, by the Lady Mayoress, 
19 ,n 8 f 

Banquet to the Bank Directors, &c., 26 a 

10 c 



to the Judges, 24 m 6 e— 7 ; 12 b 

to H. M. Ministers, 80 j V^f 

Fund for the Relief of the Widows and 

Orphans of the Men Lost in the North Sea, 

Distribution Meeting, 4 / (j a 

Reception Postponed, 27 a 10 f 

Manx Bishopric, 18 w 12 6 
Margate Jetty Extension, 2 w 9 d 
Marin^' Xi!>»ni-nn«te Company, 29 j 11 a 

Residen- c. n New Jersey Invention, 19 m 9 / 

Maritime la-ui-ance Company, 16 j IJ a 

and r'i'.catorial Exhibition of the Royal 

AquAnnm, 6^ 10 a 
Markluun (Jicv. C. W.) on the Burials Bill, 22 j 

Marine Society, General Courl, 23 n 6/ 

Marlborough College, Awards of Scholarships, 
18/11/ 

Marriages, Announced, 1'^ wi 7 d 

Mormon, Legal Decision about Divorce, 21 

»i 12 6 

HABBIAGE8 : —In consequence of the Regis- 
trar-General having a complete Alphabetical 
List of all Marriages in the Britit^h Dominions, 
also of all Marriages of British subjects abroad, 
which can be inspected at any time at the 
office in Somerset Ilouse, it is not de( mcd ex- 
pedient to insert the minimum li^ts as adver- 
tised in the Times, 

' Aoki, Singo, tlie Japanese Ambassador lo 

Germany, 23 a 5 / 

Butler, Major Wra. Francis, 12 ) 5 d 

Hugo, Madame Chas. 4 a 5 c 

Lo« kroy, M., 4 a 6 c 

Macleoil, Reginald, 18 a 10 <f 

< Northeote, Miss Agnes M. C, 18 a 10 rf 

Rhadcn, Fraulein Von, 23 a 5 / 

Thompson, Miss Elizabeth Siilherland, 12 



I Marriages i.or#././?/ec/\ 

C'h.:i»els Kegisiered to CeK-braie. 7 a 6 f— 

11 o i»«i— 14(» 11 .'/— i8a 6 ci— 21 a lU./— 25 
a t) rj— 28 a 10 c— 2 m I) /'— 16 /« 8 a—'l,', >// 8 
/>-2G lit 10 p— 2> 8 /'— 16 / 10 t— 20 j 6 y— 27 

with a Deceased Wife's Sit^ter, Deputation 

to Government to Legalize in England Colo- 
nial Mnrriages, 7; 13/ 

Martin (Fred.) on the Comparative Progress of 
Population. 20 a 4 s 

^_-) at Cambridge, 23 m 7/ 

(A.) on the Burial Question, 31 m 5/ 

iLt. Col.) on Torpedoes, 17 a 12 6 

Martindale/ a Mountiiin Cure, in Want ef a 
Pastor, 2.^ /« 6 /' 

Marylebone Conservative Union, Anniversary 
Festival, 21 > 10 rf 

Maskelyne and Cooke*s Zoe, 14 / 6 c 

Ma«onic Orphan School, Dublin, Duke of Con- 
naught Distributes the Prizes at, 19 m 8 </ 

Matrimonial Advertisements, 15 j 10 d 

Mausoleum for the late Duke of Brunswick, 12 
i 11 6 

May Meetings, see under each Society 

Xlodel Speech for those who have Nothing 

to Say, 1 »i 6 / 

M'AUister (J.) on Plumstead Common, 28 m 11 
</— 29 w 7 c 

M*Calmont & Co., on the Philadelphia and 
Readini? Railway, \ j Q b 

M'Dongail (Bp.) Defence of the Rajah of Sara- 
wak. IH WI 4 c 

M'Neile (Rev. II.) on Dr. Pusey's Letter. 15 7 9/ 

Mawcr (Mrs.) Appeal for the Wounded Rouma- 
nians. 8i 10/ 

Meat. Import Returns, 26 m 8 d 

Price of. Note on, iJ a 9 rf 

and Stock Imports, 14 m 9 c 

Supply, Noie about, 26 i 116 

Meehi ^^J. J.) British Agriculture in 1877, 6 a 
10 d 

on Railway Return Fares, 29 m 10 a 

on the Weather, 20 j (i e 

Modhurst (Sii- W. H.) Tea of China and of 
India, 21 m 10 c 

Medical Degrees for Women, 4 m 12 6 — 14 ?« 9 6 
—25./ 13./- 

Cf)lonial, to be Recognized in England, 

30 m 5 e 

Profession and Quacks, 5 / 11 c 

Relief in the Metropolis, 19 a 10 e— 24 a 

10 c 

Mediterranean during War, 80 a 9/ 

MelUsh (Lord Justice) Health of, 12 m 12 c— 26 
mil f 

Mendicity Society, Annual Meeting, 19 w 8/ 

of Dorset, Annual Meeting, 5 a 10 6 

Mercantile Trust Company of New York, 21 a 
ISO 

Mercers* Company, Banquet to the Governors 
of St. Paul's SjIiooI, 29 ; 8 6 

Merchant Seamen*s Orphan Asylum, Jubilee 
Festival, 14/ 10 a 

Taylors' School, Speech Day at, 12 / 6 ^ 

Metals, State of Trade in, 4 o 7 a— 5 a 7/ 

HfptAnrft 91 m in /• 



Het 



PALMEU*8 INDEX TO " THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. [April 1 tO 



MetrojKilig Floiid.- IJill. 10 ;" 10 c 

ilkle.r«>p litaii AniAaui'aud Labourers* Dwellings 

A- toocijitiwii il J 'o b 
A^M^cl}Jtion for Improving the Dwellings 

ol tile 1ml U!i I rial ('lat;8e^. ibj 10 a — IG^ 13 o 
As^iuuis District Board, 25 m lOy— 20 m 



First Meeting of the New Board, d a o / 



HLTBOyjUTAN BOAiiD OF W0BK8 :— 

Baby Farming Case, \Sjbd 

Bauquet to, at Willises, 23 a 6 d 

Cattle riague, 23 a 6 e 

Elections, 30 a 4 / 

Finance, 5 w 8 c — 14 m 5/~-llj 6/ 

Improveiuents Proposed, 14 m of 

Meetings, 'JH a 6 <i— 3U a 4 /— 14 m 6 y— 5 

m W c — 17 m b/ 

Parks under the Control of, 14 w 6/ 

Koport on Water Jets for Fires, 30 j 13y 

bites for Labourers* Dwellings, 14 m 5 J 

Superannuations, 23 a 6 r/ 

Thames Embankment, 30 j 18 a 

Floods, 20> 11 a 

Valuation Bill, 19 / 6 rf 

— Water Supply of the Metropolis, 14 m 5 f 
Metropolitan and City Police Orphanage, Annual 

BaU to Aid, 27 a 10/ 
Conservative Alliance, Annual Meeting, 11 

Fire Brigade, Select Committee on, 14 ; 6 « 

Free Hospital, Donation to the Building 

Fnnd of, 6 a 9/— 1 m 6 6—21 ; 7 o 

Hospital Sunday, see Ho8PJTai« 

Life Assurance Society, 1 1 w 10 c 

Pauperism, Weekly Hetum, 3 a 7 «— 6 a 4 

/— 12 a 6 /— 20 a lu <f— 3 m 6 </— 14 wi 5 e— 

17 m 12 a— 24 m 6 6—31 m U d—9j Qf—U j 

18 d—29j 9/ 

FoUce Orphanage, Concert in Aid of, 17 a 5 / 

Tabernacle— AB Seats to be Free for One 

Sunday Evening, 10 m 10 c 

Waters, Dr. Tidy's Returns, 8 a 8 <f 

Mexico : — Alvarez Capitulates, 2Sj 5/ 

Escobedo Arrives at Laredo, 13 j 6/ 

General Diaz Elected President, 29 m 9 J 

Becognised by Germany, 11 j 8 a 

" Miscellaneous News, 18 ; 7/— 22 /6 « 

Proposal to Resume Diplomatic Relations 

with, by England, 25 a 11 6 

Our Relations with, 26^ 11/ 

Michdet, Monument to, 16 m 5 /—25j 10 6 
Middle Class Hospital Accommodation, 27 J 6/ 
Middlemore (—) Purchases Two Sites for Baptist 

Churches at Birmingham, 24 m 6 6 
Middlesex Conservative Registration Association, 

Biennial Banquet at WiBis's Rooms, 26 a 10 a 
Middlesex Sessions : — Accounts, 2j \3J 

County Lunatic Asylum, 2jl3f 

Middleton (E.) on Newspapers at the Seaside, 

13> 10 c 
Midnight Meeting Movement, Annual Meeting, 

6 m 8/ 
Military Organization, Notes about, tfc |^ata(« 

▲ND MiLIXART 

Millionaire— Mr. Heywood, 19 m 9/ 
Mihnan (Rev. W, H.) oi^ Churcl^ ^nd State, 6 a 
10/ 



Milton's First Wife, 4 ; 12 rf 

Not Wife but Mother, 7/66 

Mineral Salt Deposits, 2^ m 6 / 

Miners ("onference at Darham, 22 in 7 a 

in Leicestershirt Accept the Masters' Terms, 

5 m 12/ 
Mmes Regulation Act, 15 m 12 c 
Minton*s China, 30 a 9/ 

National Union, 23 m 7 e 

MINIK0 INTELLIOENQE : - 

Business of the Week, 2 a 6 c— 9 o 7 fr— 16 

a 7 o— 23 o 7 a— 30 a 7 6—7 m 7 a— 14 m 9 o 

—21 m 7 a— 26 m 7 b-^j 9 a— 11 j 9 a— 18 / 

Ua— 25>9« 
Prizes to Cornish Miners for Proficiencj in 

Qualitative Blowpipe Analysis, 9 a 11 a 
State of Shares in Companies, see ecaj 

dajfa paper 

West Prussian Mining Company, see Wrst 

Mining Mortality, 27 a 4 <f 

Ministerial Movements, 2 a 7/— 16 a 9 /"— 19 m 

11 /-21 m 9/— 23 m 9 /-25 m 9 e— 28 « 9 / 

-l7 9/-liy 11/ 
Receptions and Banquets, 24 a 9 /"— 26 a 

10 c— 80 a 9 y— 1 m 9 /*— 7 m 9 «— 30 at 9 «— 1 

Mirdites, RebeUion, 10 a 5 cf— 12 a 5 r— 13 « 5 c 

— 14 a 7 a— 16 a 6 c— 18 a 6 c— 7 m 5 c 
Missing Picture, Recovery of, 5 a 6 / 
Missions to Seamen Society, Annual Meeting, 5 

m8/ 
Mitchell (Wm. jun.) on Russian Finance, 2 a 5 6 
Model Speech for these who have Nothing to 

Sav, 1 m 6/ 
Moltke (Count Von) on the War, 6> 6/ 
Molyneux (W, More) on Church Omaroentt, 27 

Monaco, the SUte of, 19 a 8 6 

Monads, Discourse on by Rev. W. H. DaUinger, 

8 m 12e 
MONEY MARKET :— 

American Railway Bonds, 28 m 7 c 

Stock Speculations, 8 1« 7 6—16 w 7 6— 

23 m 7 6 

Market, Sute and Prospects of , 29 m 7 a 



Bar Gold, 21 a 18 a— 29 7' 11 a 
saver, 26 a 7 a—i^ j S d 



— Bills on India, Allotments, 5 a 7 a— 21 ;7« 

Tenders for, 12 « 7 a— 19 a 6 a— 26 a 7 « 

— 8 m 7 a— 10 m 7 a— 17 m 6 a— 24 m 7 a— 81 
7 a— 7y 8 a—lAj 8 <f— 21 / 7 a— 28 j 7a 



m 



— Birmingham Improvement Stock, 19 o 6 <t 
—20 a 10 6—27 alls 

— Bolivian Loan, 1 m 6 a^l7 si 6 a-^18 m U 
6—19 m 6 a 

Meeting of Shareholders, \ij9d 



— Bombay Markets, 20 a 10 ^^27 all 
m 6 6^11 m 10 6—18 m 10 a— 25 irt 7 «— 1 i « 
6-6 j 6 a— 7; 8 6— 8y 6 a— 15j 10 6—227 10 
/-29 ; 11 a 

— Bullion Market, 14 a 18 cf— 1 m 6 a--r26 m 
9 a & c— 30> 12 a 

T— Caleutto Markets, 21 j 7 a— 28 j 7 a 

— Canada Bond^ 18 a 6 6—27 ally 

— Chilian Loan, 16 m 7 6—81 m 7 a— 1 / ^ 
—16 ; 18 6 

— Chinese Loan, 1 m 6 4 



".InriO 30, 1877.] Pjllmkk's ini>ex to tiik " timks " xewspapkr. 



ICxJi 



JMoney Market ^joutluHed), 

Cit V of AluiurtMl Loan, 4 n 7 n — 25 <i 1 1 6 

of 'J'oionto Waterworks Debentures, 2 a 

."* c— 28 / 7 a 

of VVcHini^ton Loan, 18 </ 6 r- 15 7 10 h 

Comparison of Today's Closinj^ Prices of 



Stock wiih Last Settlement Day's. 26 /« 7 a 
— Discount Market. '6 m 7 a — 4 m i> u 



Egyptian Daita Boads, 26 a 12 a— 30 a 7 

a — 4 in 6 b 

tlie Kconomist on the State of, 21 « 7 </ 

Khedive Bonds. 9 a 7 «— 15 j 10 k 

Mortgage Loan, 14 ; 8 e 

Loan, I w « — 5 m 8 b — o j 11 a 

Preference Stock, 12 a 7 a — 43 a 12 a — 

17 a Oa 

Private Debt. 4 a 7 a 

Exports of Grold, 2 a 5 6—11 « 10 a— 18 m 



10 r/— 23 m 7 6—25 m 7 o— 1 ; 6 a 
and Silver to the East, \) j 12 c 



— Failures Reported, 1 ; 6 a 

— GuaiemalaLoan, 16a 76—10/11 7 /ii — 18 ;9o 

— Gold Taken to the Bank, 7 a 1 1 a -18 a 6 
/,_-25 a 11 a— 19 m 9 a— 28 m 7 a— 29 m 7 o— 
« ; 6 0—12 j 6 a— 13 ; 6 «-14 j 8 </— 18 ; 9 
„— 19 j 10 a— 237 9 a— 26 j 11 a— 27 j 6 a— 
;U>/12a 

Ships, 21 a 13 a 



— Imports of Gold, 2 a 5 b — 4 a 7 a—G a 6 a 
-—7 a 11 a— 10« Ua— 11 a 12 <?— 12 u 7 a— 13 
(I n rt— 16 a 7 a- 17 a 6 a— 18 a 6 6—19 a 
<; a -24 a 1 1 a— 26 a 7 a— 30 a 7 a— 1 m 6 a— 
;; w 7 a— 4 /« 6 «— 7 im 7 a— 8 m 1 1 rf— 9 i« 
13 a— 15 »< 11 a -16 m 7 a— 18 « 10 a— 21 
M 7 a— 23 w 7 6—24 m 7 a— 25 m 7 a— 28 
f/i 7 a— 29 wi 7 a— 30 m 7 o— 31 m 7 a— 1 ; 
1; a— 2 / 9 ^-5 / 1 1 a— 7 / 8 a— 12 j 6 a— 13 
/ f] ci— 14 j 8 tZ— 15 ; 10 rt— 16 ; 13 a—]9j 10 
II— 21 J 7 «— 2S / 7 a— 29i II «— 30y 12 a 
from America, 11 j 9 a 



— - Indian Exchanges, 7 a 11 n — 13 a 12 a— 18 
a 6—19 a 6 «— 27 a U e— 11 m 10 u— 15 m 
1 1 a— 23 m 7 6 

— Indian Markets, 14 ; 8 c 
New Loan, 7 j 8 a 



— Italian Tobacco Loan, 6 a 6 6 
— •- Japan Customs Loan, 7 w 7 6 

-^ Metropolitan Consolidated Stock, 25 c 1 1 c 
:i m 7 a— 4 m 6 c 

— Mexican Debt, 15 w 11 a 



— Napier Harbour Loan, 11 a 12 6 

— Natal Government Loan, 7j 8 o — 14 y 8 d 

— New South Wales Bonds, 4 i 9 a 
Zealand Bonds. 1 1 a 12 6—1 « 6 a 

— Nizam's State Railway Loan^ 6 j 6 a 

— Otago Bonds, 778 b 

— Paris Market, 2J « 7 o 

— Pennsylvanian State Loan, 3 iw 5 « 

— Peruvian Bonds, 30 a 7 a— 1 m 6tt— 2 w 12 
a— 3 m 7 a 

— FhiUixl^Iphian and Reading Bonds, 16 a 7 a 
—2 ./ 9 d 

-^ Portuguese New Loan, 21^7 a— 22y 10 e— 
23y9« 
— ^ Quebec Loan, 18 a 6 c— 27 j 6 a 

— Queensland Debentures, 17 i» 6 a— 18 m 10 



Money Market front inued). 

liiiilway Market, 1 7 m 6 6 

Rates for Money Current ou the Foreij;ii 

Markets, 6 « 6 6— 13 a 10 r— 20 a 10 .— 
27 « 1 1 c— 4 WI 6 6—25 m 7 «— 8 1 6 a— 15 / 10 
6— 22 J 10/'— 29/11 a 

I{io Tirito Bonds, 19 m 9 6—7 / 8 6 

River Plate Affai's, 10 m 7 « 

Russian Bonds, 30 a 7 a — 10 m 7 a 

Finance. 2 o 5 A 

Internal Loan, 2Sj 7 n 

New Loan, 7 m 7 a— 28 j 7 a 

Stocks, 19 m 9 a 



— Silver Market, 4 a 7 a— 5 a 7 a — 6 a 6 n — 
7 a 11 a—ii a 12 a— 13 a 10 a— 14 a 13 c -18 
a 6 6—19 a 6 a -20 a 10 6—21 « 13 a— 24 n 
II a— 28 a 12 a— 30 a 7 a— I w 6 <i— 2 w 1 2 ^i 
—3 7/1 7 a— 8 m 11 d— 9 m 13 a— 10 m 7 n—\i 
m 10 a— 12 m 12 a— 16 m 7 a & 6—17 m 6 « — 
26 m 7 a— 30 w 7 a— 1 ; 6 «— 67* 6 a— 12 j (* a 
— 13; 6 a— 16 i 13 a 

— South Australian Debt, 6 j 6 a 

— Spanish External Debt, 4 a 7 a 
Budget, 4 « 6 a — 7 m 7 a 

— State of the Market, see eoery day*' paper 

— Swedish Loan, 2 a 9 c 

— Tasmanian Loan, 15 j 10 6 

— Tobacco Loan, 2d J 9 a— 35 ; 9 / 

— Treasury Bills, 18^9 a 

— Turkish Loan, 2 a 5 6—18 m 10 6—25 w 7 
6—9 I 12 d 

Bonds, 25 m 7 a— 26 m 9 a 



United States Bonds, 13 / 6 a -25 j 9 t? 

Venezuelan Bonds, 11 o 12 6—26 a 12 6- ;> 

/ 12 e 

Victoria Loan, 4 / 9 a 

War Influence on the Market, 20 a 10 /#— 

14 /» 7«— 21 m 7« 

Withdrawal of Gold, 2 a 5 6—6 a G o— l;t 

a 10 a— 17 Q 6 «— 19 a 6 a— 20 a 10 6-23 « 7 
a— 24 a U a— 25 a 11 a- 26 a 7 rt-27 ^Ml ^ 
- 28a 12 a— 30 a 7 a— I »i 6 a— 2 m \'2 o—i 
m 7 o— 4 m 6 a- 10 m 7 m— 12 m 13 u—\i nt .1 
a— 16 m 7 a— 24 m 7 a— 26 m 9 a— 7 / 8 a~-\) / 
12 c— 18;9a— 22>10« 

Mont C^enis Tunnel, Falling in of, a Fais^ M^^ 
port, 4 a 10 c 

Mbntenegro, Sketch of the Peopk*. (^ountry 
and Chiefs, 23 m 10 a 

Moore (A. E.) on his Treatment m Spain, 27 a 
46 

Morecombe Bay, Reclamation of X^and at, 27 / 
10/ 

Moriiran (Osborne) on the Burials Bill, 9 a 12 a 

Morley (John) Political Credential?, 11a 10 c 

(S.) on the Burials Bill, 19 a 10 rf 

Mormons— Execution and Dying Scene of Bp, 
Lee, 3 ri 3 

Morris (Wm.) on Canterbury Cathedral, 4 / 6 « 

Mountain Meadow's Massacre, Bp. Lee*s Con« 
fessioQ, 4 a 8 a 

Mozambique and the Transvaal, 25 m 6 6 

Multiplication of Dignities— a W^l Board^cU 
Parish, 1 1 a 6 6 

Idunicipal Council of Paris Inspecting the Un- 
derground Works of London, 3 m 1 1 b — 4 m 



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Municipal Council of Paris Visit Brighton, 7 mi 6/ 
Munton (K.K.) Railway Unpunctualiiy, 25 miid 
and Morris on the Factor*** Act Amend- 
ment Bill, 18 m 10 a 
HURDEBS:— 

of Samuel William. Alice & George Brown, 

by their Parents, 2 j 7 e 
•^■^ of Wm. Pophum Bnrgoyne. by a Soldier in 
a Quarrel, 23; 18/' 

. of Sarah Dakin. l.y her Brother, 29 m 9/ 

-^— of Samuel Floyd, by his Father, 2 a 4 A 
of Mrs. Guinan. irum a Kick by a Neigh- 
bouring Farmer. M a W a 

— of Hurley, a Farmer by another Farmer, at 
Drinagh, 1 2 ;m 1 2 r 

— — of Kuth Ingham, by her Lover, at Bradford, 
and Suicide of ihe Lover, 19^ 6/ 

• of Annie Mason, by her Husband, 27 j 9 f 

of Nielhberg, a Sailor, on Board the Bane, 

by a Fellow Seamen. 2(» m 8 d 

- — of £liza Osborn, by her Paramour, and At- 
tempted Suicide of the Murderer, 16 a 10 d — 
21 a VI f 

— of pickles, a Navry, at Keighley, 2 a \h 

of Samuel Plinimer, by his Fa. her, at New- 
port, 10 (I 10 e 

— ^ of the Abp. Quitr, by Poison, in the Sacra- 
mental Wine. 7 m 6/— 16 m 9/ 

of Marsh Uoebuck, at Kirkbridge, 6 ; 6 e 

of Mrs. Rogers, by her Husband, at WoK 

verhampton, 30 i 13 / 

— of Mary Saunders, Letter from Baker, the 
Murderer. Tub/' 

-^~ of William Saunders, at Penge. 9 a 7 « 
- — of Stack, in a Quarre>, at Ballybunion, 9 
a 11 a 

— of Thomas Stevenson, in a Police Cell by 
Another Prisoner. 2 a 4 A 

— of Mary Sullivan, and afterwards Thrown 
into the Regent's ( 'anal, S J d e 

— of Madame de Tourville, by her Husband, 
in the Tyrol, \ mS b 

of Mr. Young, at C'asilerea, 5j 10 b—7j 7 

/-12.;9/ 

• Attenipte<l of Mr. Samuel Barrett, near 

Kelkerrin. 26 m 1 1 /— 2H m 6 /' 
•— — — of Mr?, ('iinon, by her Husband, in the 
Strand, 31 /m 6 * 

of Colon r«Sergt. Chillcott, at Chatham, 



16 /w 10 A— 19 M « d 

of II. Ccicike, at Cannock Chase, 23 / 10 c 

of Doherty, a Policeman, in Donegal, 9 



by Mr. Hetherington, 17 a 6/ 

of Thomas HoUoway, by an Itinerent 



Italian. 16 mi 6/ 
— - — of Kmnm Pearson, at Brixton, 28 m 1 1 h 
of a Policeman, in the Waterloo Road, 2 



aib 



of Alfred Randall, by his Father, at 
Dorking. 14 m 13/ 

of Mary Simons, bj a Fellow Serrant, 



Murders (loutivuedj. 

Atiempied, of Detective Sergeant Vessey, 

at Derby. 30 ; 13 / 
of Wood, a Militia- Man, at Pendleton, 11 

i« 4 / 
Suspected, of Mr. Richard Carter, by his 

Wife and Snicide of the Munlress, 25 / Sy 
of a Gentleman, on Wanstead Common, 



0\\a 

of Mi.«s Dunkerton, at Nunhead. 7 a 7 e 

• of Kliata Garland, at Darenth, 9 a 7 e — 

23 a 9 ./ 

oi Mrs. Hetherington and John Murphy, 



MX Alfoni. 19 a ^ / 



12 m 13/ 

of a Lady, at Oestrich-Winkel, Ten or 



Twelve Years ago, 10 a 10 e 

of Mrs. Starkey, at Leicester, 6 a 9 /" 



— 7tf 6y— 13a \i f 
Murderous Outrage in the Offices of Jewell and 

Sous, New York, 19 a 5 e 
Mure (Col.) at Greenock. 23 m 6 rf 
Musurus ( — ) Contradition of the Punishment 

on Nazmic, 13 a 9/ 
Mutual Life Assurance Society, 7 ml c 
Mycenae, Treasures o', 20 a 4 a — 4 ; 6/— 12/ 4 f 
Mysterious Death at Penge, 11 m 10 f — 12 mlZf 

Beast, IjW e 

N. 
Nailmakers, Agreed Reduction in the Wages of, 

25 a 12 6 

Nancy, Adventure of Two German Soldiers at, 

26 m 7/ 

Napier Harbour Boani, 15 j 10 b 

Nares (Sir G. S.) on the Arctic Expedition, 21 m 

11 e 
Natal Land and Colonization Company, 14 m 9 6 

—26 m 7 c 
National Agricultural Labourers' Union, Annual 

Conference Weigh House Chapel, 16 nt 6 y— 

18 m 8 a— 19 m 12 c 

Aid Society, Conversaztonef 7 j 12 d 

Letter about, 30 m 10 e 

Artillery Association, Annual Meeting, 20 

; 10 b 

Balance Sheet, 9 m 13 a 

Deputation to Government. 15 j9f 

Gallery, Fall of One of the Plate Glass 

Window when Open to the Public, 7^' 6 e — IH 

76a 
Morland*s " Farmer's Suble" Presented 

to, 20 a 8 A 

Industrial Home for Crippled Boys, the 



Princess Tx)ui8e Visits, 27 j 10 « 

University of Scientific and Technical 



Educational Proposal of the City Guilds to 
Establish, 5 a 8 A 

— Life-Boat Institution, Report, 25 m 6 c 
see Royal 



— Mortgage and Agency Company of New 
Zealand, 5 m 8 a 

— Orphan Aivlum, Annual Distribution of 
the " Lady Peek Prizes," 25j5d 

Home, Richmond. Macdonald's Repre- 



sentation to Aid, 11^12/ 

— Portrait Gallery, the Sergeant's Inn Por- 
traits Presented to, 12 m 13/ 

— Refuges for Homeless and Destitute 
Children, 6j 7 d 

Rifie Association, Spring Meeting, 17 m 6/ 



-1/9/ 

— Penny Bank, Laying the Foundation Stont 

qI a New Bianch in Shoreditclu 16 w 7 / 



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Kav 



National Society, Annual Conference, 8 / 12 6 
for Educating the Poor, Annual Meeting, 

Ij 13 a 
Temperance League, Anniversary Meeting, 

2mV6v 
Union of Elementary Teacliers, Conference, 

4 a 6 a—b a 10 o 

Naukiyell (E. J.) New Postage Stamp, 13 a 10 e 
Kaval Engineers, 6 a 5 e 

Savings Baiik«. 27jQa 

and Military « lub, 2(» m 12 c 

NAVAL AND BOLITABY INTELLIOENOE :-< 
Aldershutt, the Queen's Visit to. 3 m 5/— 

5 m 13 c— 8 m 12 c— y m 10 6—10 m 9y— 10 m 

10 6 

Commander in Chief at, 28 m 10 c 

Mess Ex{)en8e8 st, 11 ; 11 /'— 14 )d/ 

Sham Fight at. 6 ; 10.'/— 13.; 10 d 

Summer ManGeuvres at, 25 ^ 10 6—27 j 

11 a 



Troops in, 20 J 10 b 

— Appointments 2 n 4 h — 4 n 8 A — 6 a 10 e — 
7 a 6y— 9 a 10 rf— 11 a 9 «— 18 a 6 a— 21 a 10 
«— 24 a 10 n— 2.* a 9 a— 28 o 1(» 6 & c— 2 m 9/ 
—5 m 10 6—9 »« 10 /— 12 m 7 /— 19 ni 10 o— 
23 w 8 a— 26 w* 10 c— 30 m 8 c— 2 i 8/ -9 j 10 
a— 13> 8 c— 20j 6/— 23> 10 a— 27^ 8 6—30 ; 

12 6 

— Army Accounts, 11 a 10 6 
Colonels, 21 ;Gc 

Ashaatee War, Anniversary Dinner, 11 j 



86 



the Bayonet, 22 w 7 a 
British Officers in Foreign Service, 25 a 12 6 
Forbidden to Enlist iu the Turidsh Army, 



21 «i 9/ 

— Chatham Siege Operations at, 1 1 7 8 6 

— Clitf Fort Augmented, 30 m (> a 

— Codrington (Sir W.) Declines a Field Mar- 
shal's Baton, 1 1 ; 14 6 

— Court Martial on Capt Stevens, 2 a 4 6—3 
a 8 6—4 a 6 6—5 a 6 c— 1> a 10 6—10 a 10 c— 
13 a 11 a— 16 a 7e 

Deaths of Officers Reported. 23 i 8/ 
Destruction, Wanton, of Harnesf, at Wool- 
wich Barracks. 30 m G u 

Detached Squadron at Portsmouth, 23 m 4 /* 
Dress of Sohliers, ]o j if 

— Duilio and Dunduio to be Steel Armoured, 
21 a 12y— 23a5/ 

Duke of Connaught Presents New Colours 
to the u3rd Regiment, 7 a 6 u 

Eighty Ton Gun, 25 m 10 d— 2G m 13 6 
One Ton Gun, 5 m 12/— 23 m 6 /— 25 m 



10 d 

Enfants de Troupe, 4 a 1 1 c 

Engineers of the Royal Navy, 4 a 10/ 

Enlistment, Motives fur, 7 a (> 6 

Esprit de Corps, 10 a 10 c -19 a 9 /— 24 o 

86 

Examinations for Appointments, 9 a 10 <2 
Falcon and Griffin Gunboats, Official Trial 

of, 23 m G / 

Field Train. Organization of, 3 m 5 / 

Artillery Practice, 30 ; 6 c 
Floating Powder Barrels, 23 a 4 (/— 24 a 1 1 



Naval and Military Intelligenoe {contitmed), 

Good Service Pension Awards. 21 a 12 /" 

Greenwich Hosptal Pension, Awards, 21 a 

12/— 3»i6/— 28»M 10 d 
Gun Cotton, Instructions for DreMing Com- 
pressed, 25 m 10 c 

Gunboats, Mr. Rrassey on, 30 w 0/ 

Hand to Hand Encounters, 22 m 7 a 



H. M. Ship the Artive, 2 a 4 c— 3 a 3 6 

•— Alexandra^ Mutiny on Board, 4 j 5 6 — a 

; 10/-1I y8 6 

the BelUrophon. 2d m 6 d 

the Boxt'r, Accident to, 17 a 12 o 

the Buffalo, Trial Trip, 3 a 3 6 

the Eufthrutes^ 16 »i 10 a 

the Foam, at Brazil, 17 a 12 a 

the Imiiiortalite, 23 m 4 /* 

Inquiry into the Conduct of Capt» 

Hume on Uoard, 25 m 10 c 

the IiooMtunt, 11 m 10 J 

the lufl'xihle, 18 J 6 c— 19 / 10 6— 20i 10 



c— 21 ; 8 r— 23 /8c &J—25J 5 6— 2« 7 8 b 
— ^— the Minotuur, 7 m 6 c 

the Orontes, Successful Trial Trip, 18 / C 



6— 20 J 10 b 
the Chief and Senior Engineer Seriously 

Injured, 17 «* 12 a 

the ReseorvK 2SjSf 

the Sabrina, Gunboat, Trial of, 22 m 7 6 

the Shah, at the River Plate, IG a Gy 

— the Simoon, G j o e 

the Swallow, 9 a 10 (i— 21 wi 6 d 

the Temeraire, 21 a 12 /— 11 j 8 6—13 > 

lOrf— 23i8 /— 277 10 6 

-^— the Thetis, Accident on Board, 10 a 10 c- 
the Thundertr, 17 o 12 a— 30 a 6 o— 3 Uk 



5 /— 28 m 10 c 

Relief Fund. 5 / 10^ 

Trial Trip, 11/8 6—21 ; 10 r 

the Tourmaline, 7 a 6 6—13 m 8 a— 14 a 



11 6 



the FoiVo, Accident to, 20 a 5/— 21 a 12/ 

— Hubart Pasha (Adm.) R«-enstated in hi* 
Position, \G a 5 f 

— Infantry Heln.e's, 25 a 12 6 

— Ironclads, IG a 8 c 

— Krupp Guns, 7 m 4/ 

— I^ein«;ngen (Prince) Testimonial to the- 
Princess in Honour of tlie Prince by the lioyak 
Yachtsmen, 5 m 13 c 

— Levee of the Conmiander-in- Chief, 13 7' 10? 
«/— 20il0 6 

— Light i\ Torpedoes, &/ 4/— lai 10 d 

— Major of Artillery in India, 30i 7 ©^ 

— Manser Rifle, lljlj 

— Mediterranean Squadron. 7 ci 5 /*— lft^»»5 /^' 
—21 m G a— 28^ m lu d— 29^//i.8 t— 27i 10 e 

— Military Organization^ 4 a G/— IG.a4</ 
Stores, 21 im 8 a 

— Militia. G a 10 c 

— Miscellaneous News, 1 7 «- 1 !? f»— 24 m G 6 

— Modern War Fleets, lA'ctuie Uy J. Scotfr 
Russell on, 11 7 12 /'—hi > 10 </ 

— Movements of Troops, 2 m G « 
in India, 2 m G c 



Naval Education, 1 m 4/ 



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palmer's index to " TB« TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



[April 1 to 



Municipal Council of Paris Visit Brighton, 7 »« 6/ 
Munton CF.K.) Railway Unpunctuaiity, 2o mHd 
and Morris on the Factor** Act Amend- 
ment Bill, 18 m 10 a 
MUBBEBS:— 

of Samuel William. Alice & George Brown, 

by their Parents, 2 j 7 e 
•— ^ of Wm. I'opham Bnrgoyne, by a Soldier in 
a Quarrel, 2Sj\H f 

' of Harah Dakin. by her Brother, 29 m 9/ 

-^— of Samuel Fl(»y<l, by his Father, 2 a 4 A 

— of Mrs. Guinan. tnun a Kick by a Neigh- 
bouring Farmer. Ma II a 

— of Hurley, a Farmer by another Farmer, at 
Drinagh, 1 2 »i 1 2 r 

— — of Kuth Ingham, by her Lover, at Bradford, 
and Suicide of ihe Lover, 19.; 6/ 

• of Annie Mason, by her Husband. 27 j 9 f 

' of Nielhberg, a Sailor, on Board the BanCy 

by a Fellow Seamen. 2<> mi 8 d 

- — of £liza Oshorn, by her Paramour, and At- 
tempted Suicide of the iMurderer, 16 a 10 d — 
21 a 12/ 

— of Pickles, a Navry, at Keighley, 2 a i h 

of Samuel Plimmer, by his Fa. her, at New- 
port, 10 CI 10 e 

'^— of the Abp. Quite, by Poison, in the Sacra- 
mental Wine. 7 m 6/— 16 wi 9/ 

of Marsh Roebuck, at Kirkbridge, 6 ; 5 e 

of Mrs. Rogers, by her Husband, at WoU 

verhampton, 30 j 13 / 

-^— of Mary Saunders,* Letter from Baker, the 
Murderer. 7 « 5 /* 

-^~ of William Saunders, at Penge. 9 a 7 s 

- — of Stack, in a Quarre., at Ballybunion, 9 
a 11 <i 

— of Thomas Stevenson, in a PoUce Cell by 
Another Prisoner. 2 a 4 A 

*— of Mary Sullivan, and afterwards Thrown 

into the Regent** ( 'anal 8 j 6 « 
of Madame de Tourville, by her Husband, 

in the Tyrol, \ mS b 
of Mr. Young, at C/*asilerea, 5j 10 b—lj 7 

/— 1279/ 
• Attempted of Mr. Samuel Barrett, near 

Kelkerrin. 20 m 11,/— 2M m (»/ 
— — — of Mr«, t'-juKui, by hur Husband, in the 

Strand, 31 w «* 

— -■■ of Colour-Sergt. Chillcott, at Chatham, 
JO/w 10//— 19 m f* d 

of 11. Coi»ke, at Cannock Chase, 23/ 10 c 

of J)oherty, a Policeman, in Donegal, 9 



Alia 

• of Mi.«s Dunkerton, at Nunhead. 7 a 7 e 

■ of Kliata (xarluud, at Darenth, 9 a 7 «— 

23 a 9 ./ 

oi Mrs. Hetherlngton and John Murphy, 



by Mr. Hetherlngton, 17 a 6,/' 

of Thomas HoUoway, by an Itinerent 



Italian. 16 m 5/ 

— — of Emma Pearson, at Brixton, 28 m 11 6 
of a policeman, in the Wtiicrloo Road, 2 



aib 



of Alfred Randall, by his Father, at 
Dorking. 14 w 18/ 

of Mary Simons, hj a Fellow Serrant, 



Murders (lontivuedj, 

AtU'mpied, of Detective Sergeant Vessey, 

at Derby. 30 7 13 / 

uf Wood, a Militia- Man, at Pendleton, 11 

4/ 



»i 



— Suspectetl. of Mr. Richard Carter, by his 
Wife and Suicide of the Munlress, 2o j h f 
of a Gentleman, on Wanstead Common, 



12 m 13/ 

of a Lady, at Oestrich-Winkel, Ten or 

Twelve Years ago, 10 a 10 e 

of Mrs. Starkey, at Leicester, 6 a 9 /" 



— 7tf 6y— I3fl 11 f 
Murderous Outrage in the Offices of Jewell and 

Sons, New York, 19 a 5 e 
Mure (Col.) at Greenock, 23 m 6 <f 
Musurus ( — ) Contradition of the Pnniahment 

on Nazmic, 13 a 9/ 
Mutual Life Assurance Society, 1 ml c 
My cense, Treasures o', 20 a 4 a — 4 ; 6/ — 12 i 4 f 
Mysterious Death at Penge, II m 10 t — 12in 13/* 

Beast, ly 11 « 

N. 
NaUmakers, Agreed Reduction in the Wages of, 

25 a 12 6 

Nancy, Adventure of Two German Soldiers at, 

26 m 7/ 

Napier Harbour Boar<i, 15 j 10 6 

Nares (Sir G. S.) on the Arctic Expedition, 21 » 

11 e 
Natal Land and Colonization Company, 14 m 9 6 

—25 m 7 c 
National Agricultural Labourers' Union, Annual 

Conference Weigh House Chapel, 16 w 6 / — 

18 m 8 a— 19 m 12 c 

Aid Society, ConvtrscaxofM^ 7 j 12 d 

Letter about, 30 m 10 6 

Artillery Association, Annual Meeting, 20 

; 10 b 

Balance Sheet, 9 m 13 a 

Deputation to Govemmeut. 15^9/ 

Gallery, Fall of One of the Pbite Glaas 

Window when Open to the Public, 7^" 6 e — IH 

76a 
Morland's " Farmer's Stable" Presented 

to, 20 a 8 6 



Industrial Home for Crippled Boys, the 
Princess Tx)uise Visits, 27 i 10 « 

University of Scientific and Technical 

Educational Proposal of the City Guilds to 
Establish, 5 a 8 6 



Life-Boat Institution, Report, 25 m 6 c 
see Royal 



— Mortgage and Agency Company of New 
2^aland, 5 m 8 a 

— Orphan Asylum, Annual Distribution of 
the " Lady Peek Prizes," 25 j 6 d 

Home, Richmond. Macdonald's Repre- 



At AUord, 19 a & / 



sentation to Aid, II j 12/ 

— Portrait Gallery, the Sergeant's Inn Por- 
traits Presented to, 12 m 13/ 

— Refuges for Homeless and Destitnte 
Children, 5j 7 d 

— Rifle Association, Spring Meeting, 17 m 6/ 

-1/9/ 

— Penny Bank, Laying the Foundation Stont 
qI a New Bfi^ch in Shoreditch, 16 m 7 / 



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Kav 



National Society, Annual Conference, 87 12 6 
for Educating the Poor, Annual Meeting, 

77 13 CI 
Temperance League, Anniversary Meeting, 

2 m 13 c 
Union of Elementary Teacliers, Conference, 

4 a 6 a— 5 a 10 c 

Kaukivell (E. J.) New Postage Stamp, 13 a 10 e 
Kaval Engineers, 6 a 5 e 

Sayings Bunkx. 27 j 6 a 

and Militar> « lub, 2« m 12 c 

KAVAL AND MILITABY INTELLIOENOE :— 
Aldershutt, the Queen's Visit to, 3 m 5 /— 

5 m 13 f— 8 wi 12 c— y m 10 «— 10 m 9^—10 wi 

10 6 

Commander in Chief at, 28 w 10 c 

Mess Expenses ct, 11 ; U /"— 14 / 9/ 

Sham Eight at. 6 ; 10./— 13./ 10 d 

Summer Manoeuvres at, 2oj 10 6—27 j 

11 a 



Troops in, 20 j 10 6 

— Appointments 2 a 4 6 — 4 n 8 h — 6 a 10 e — 
7 a 6y— 9 a 10 rf— 11 a 9 «— 18 a G a— 21 a 10 
«— 24 a 10 n— 2.'> a 9 a— 28 o 10 6 & c— 2 mdf 
—6 m 10 6—9 WI 10 /— 12 m 7 /— 19 m 10 a— 
23 111 8 a— 26 m 10 c— 30 m 8 c— 2 i 8/ -9 j 10 
a— 13 J 8 c— 20y 6/— 23y 10 a— 27 J 8 6—30 / 
12 e 

— Army Accounts, 11 a 10 6 
Colonels, 21 ;Gc 

Ashaatee War, Anniversary Dinner, II j 



86 



the Bayonet, 22 mi 7 a 
British Officers in Foreign Service, 25 a 12 6 
Eorbidden to Enlist iu the Turkish Army, 



21 in 9/ 

— Chatham Siege Operations at, 1 1 7 8 6 

— Cliff Fort Augmented, 30 m (> a 

— Codrington (Sir W.) Dechnes a Field Mar- 
shal's Batou, 11/14 6 

— Court Martial on Capt Stevens, 2 a 4 6 — 3 
a 3 «— 4 a 6 6—5 a 6 c—G a 10 e— 10 a 10 c— 
18 a 11 a— it) a 7 c 

— Deaths of Officers Reported. 23 i 8/ 

— Destruction, Wanton, of Harness, at Wool- 
wich Barracks. 30 m 6 a 

— Detached Squadron at Portsmouth, 23 in 4 /' 

— Dress of Soldiers, 15/4/ 

— Duilio and Damlolo to be Steel Armoured, 
21 a \2j—2'6ab/ 

— Duke of Coimnught Preseuts New Colours 
to the 53rd liegiment, 7 a G u 

— Eighty Ton Gun. 25 m 10 d— 2G m 13 6 
One Ton Gun, 5 m 12/— 23 m 6 /— 25 m 



10 d 

— Enfants de Troupe, 4 a 11 c 

— Engineers of the Koyal Navy, 4 « 10/ 

— Enlistment, Motives fur, 7 « G 6 

— Esprit de Corps, 10 a 10 c— 19 a 9 /— 24 a 



86 



Examinations for Appointments. 9 n 10 d 
Falcon and Griffin Gunboats, Official Trial 



of, 23 III G / 
— Field Train, Organization of, 3 m 5 f 
- Artillery Fraciiee, 30 / 6 e 



Floating Powder Barrels, 23 a 4 </- 24 oil 



Naval and Military Intelligenoe (continuedT), 

Good Service Pension Awards, 21 a 12 /* 

Greenwich Hosjital Pension, Awards, 21 a 

12/— 3 w 5/— 28 III 10 d 
Gun Cotton, Instructions for Dressing Com- 
pressed, 25 III 10 c 

Gunboats, Mr. Brassey on, 80 m 6./* 

Hand to Hand Encounters, 22 m 7 a 

H. M. Ship the Artive^ 2 a 4 c— 3 a 3 e 

•— Alexandra, Mutiny on Board, 4/5 6 — & 

/10/-1] /8 6 

the BelUrophon. 2d m 6 d 

the hoxer. Accident to, 17 a 12 o 

the Buffalo, Trial Trip, 3 a 3 « 

the Eufthrates, 16 iw 10 a 

the Foam, at Brazil, 17 a 12 a 

the I inmortalite, 23 m 4 /* 

Inquiry into the Conduct of CapU 

Hume on Board, 25 m 10 c 

the Iioofistanty 11 m 10 J 

the Iitfl'xihle, ISj 5 c— 19 / 10 e— 20/ 10 

c— 21 / 8 r— 23 /8c &J-^25j 5 6— 2H J 8 b 

the Minotuttr, 7 111 6 c 

the Orvntes, Successful Trial I'rip, 18 / 6 



c— 20> 10 b 
the Chief and Senior Engineer Seriously 

Injured, 17 u 12 a 

the ReseorvK 23/8/ 

the Siibrinn, Gunboat, Trial of, 22 m 7 6 

the Sljah, at the River Plate, 16 a Gy 

-— the Simoon, G j 6 e 

the Swallow, 9rt 10 d— 21 mdd 

the Temeraire, 21 a 12/— 11 / 8 6—13 f 

lOJ— 23/8/— 27j 10 e 

-^— the Thetis, Accident on Board, 10 a 10 c- 
the Thundeier, 17 a 12 a— 3U a 6 a— 3 tik 



5 /— 28 III 10 c 

— ^ Belief Fund. 5 / 10^ 

Trial Trip, 11/6 6—21 /10 c 

the Tourmaline, 7 a 6 6 — 13 m 8 a— 14 



11 6 



the FoiVa, Accident to, 20 // o./"— 21 a 12/ 

— Hobart Pasha (Adm.) lie-enstated in hia 
Position, 16o5 /• 

— Infantry Heln.e's, 25 a 12 6 

— Ironclads, IG a 8 <• 

— Krupp Guns, 7 m 4/ 

— Leinengen (Prince) Testimonial to the- 
Princess in Honour of tlie Prince by the Itoyak 
Yachtsmen, 5 m 13 c 

— Levee of the Conmiander-in- Chief, 13 j 10? 
J— 20/10 6 

— Light i\ Torpedoes, S/ 4/— 13/ 10 d 

— Major of Artillery in India, 30 / 7 e^ 

— Manser Rifle, lljTf 

— Mediterranean Squadron. 7 o 5 /*— IB-w* 5 /}' 
—21 WI G a--28 im 10 d— 2i^ m, 8 c— 27 / 10 « 

— Military Organization^ 4 a G/— IG.tt4 d 
Stores. 21 im 8 a 



Militia. G a 10 c 

MiscellanetMis News, 1 7 » 1 2 f»— 24 m G 6 

Mo<lern War Fleets, Lectuie Uy J. Scoifr 

Uussell on, 11 / 12 /'— 13 / 10 d 

Movements of Troops, 2 lu U « 

in India, 2 m G c 



Naval Education, I wi 4/ 



ITav 



FALMEE'B index to ** TUK TIMK8 " NENTSPAPKR. 



[Apnll H 



Naval and Blilitary Intelligence (rontinurd). 
Naval C'adet8hip8,List of Successful Candi- 
dates, liO 7 J4a 
Kngineers, 13 a 4 /]- 22 m 7 />— 14/ 5/ 

Trize Money Distribution, 20 m 10 c 

^ New Field Marshals, 4i 12 e 

■- Formation for Attack, 25 ?« 10 a 

Military Headdresses, 1 j b b 

Order on Discharged Prisoners, 26 m 8 e 

Torpedo Boat. Prince of Wales Visits, 25 



m 10 r 

Officers of the Day, \ 1 ^ f 

Otbcial Inquiry into the Deaths by Drown- 
ing of Four of the (.rew of the Stwcautle, at 
Hong Kong, 19 m 8 </— 22 mlb 

O fliers, 22 ml b ' 

Our Military Position, 4 »» C e 

Oxford Military College, Award of Scholar- 



i^hips, 25 ti 8 ;' 

AJ r. Hardy Lays tlKJ Foundation Stone 

of a i>chool lor, 26 ; 8 6 

— Plnnistcad Connnon as an Exercise Ground, 
25 ?« 10 r 

~ Ppriable Batteries, 25 »;i 8 /* 
-- Pow<ler, 1,(J00 IJariels Withdrawn Irom 
Purrtet-t for the Me<Uterranean. 23 m Gy 

— Project lies and i'hiCes. 2V m \ f 

— Protuotiiins, 4 « 8 /*— (* a 10 «— 7 « 6 /— 11 
a t) i—lrt ,/ t; rt— 21 a H) <» — 25 o !♦ </— V8 a I(» 
«— 2 m U J— 5 m lU />— ^ m 10 ./— 12 m 7 / — HI 
//, ^ „^\\) fi, y\.) v—Ti a ^ <t — 2<; m 10 *•— 30 m 
h r.—'l J 8 /— y / 10 ♦/— i:j ; 8 i —20 j (i/—'JoJ 
hi f/~ 27/ 8 /;— :J0 /■ 12 e 

Consequen wi H. M. Birthday, 2i 10 a 



Kuni 'luiiKtloi's. 'Jti } 5 /■ 

Han«je-Fii.(liT?* <.»f Cni-t. Watkin, 14 a 5 f— 

J 7 ti \ l—Tl in 7 (> 

ijf)d tlu* (ieniiHi Anuy. 12 7 5 r 

lugimental liunu* :'.s 'irjivellin^ Minstrels. 

5 </ 8 a 
Notes about, €> a P> e — 11 o (» r 



Dinners. 2(j w 8 e— 31 wi 6 c 
Localization, IV* // 11 / 



Naval (.'adetH. 7 / 1 1 / 

College, 6 n 5 /' 



Sailors. 2 /// 11 /— 19 w 11 ^ 



— KetijXMl List. 14 a II /.— 25 n !♦ «— 2 w 9 /* 
1 (j ,« j< ti — \{\ //, 10 n— 23 /ii 8 . — 2 y 8 f—ii ; 8 
/,_ la ; 8 r— 1«; 10 «• 

— Kido Cavalry. 27 ; 4 r 

— Koy.'d Artillery livstitution. Award of An- 
nnnl (nM Me<lal, i: ? 8 A 

Ke-«)rg.inizjiti()n S<henie. (y a ]0 e 

Fngineern. Annual Dinner, 2' m G d 



— Ku.H^ian Offict*r Not Allowed to See the 
Turret (iuns. &c,. \'6J H) ti 

— *S//"A and tin* Htmsmr, 12 / 5 </— 25 / 6 d 

— shells and Unarmed Ships, Experioients at 
Portsmouth. 9 « l(K 

— Ship News. 2 r/ 4 A— 3 « 3 f~4 r/ (J t— 5 <i 
<;r— Da iO</— 13« 11 a— IB r? 6 /— 17 a 12 a 
_24 // 10 /f— 30 a 6 f?— 3 w 5 /'— 7 m 5 r— 11 
p, 10 /'— H> w lt> c/— 17 « 10 tf— ll> m 8 rf--23m 
1; *— 25 m 10 c— 2t> »i 8 ^—28 m 10 t/— 5 / 10 /* 
— (»i5fi-10;0«— lliS/,~21 ?• 10r~25/ P2/ 

— Silas*iilnaxtingui:sb!iblc Light forTorpivlus, 
13/ lOti 



Naval and Military lutelligenoe {continued), 
Sketches and Kepori8, Kxamin&tions un^ 

Report, 11/86 

Soldiers' Families in India. 1 w 4 e 

State of the Army, 27 > 8 r 

StcHfring Gear. Trial of, at Portsiuoulh, K 

m 10 a 

Submarine Warfare, 14 iw 9/ 

Testmg of boilers. New Order. 2\ m S d 

Thirty-eight Ton Gun Sunic off Grarcsend. 

21 m G d 

Torpedo dass at Portsmouth. 10 a 10 *• 

Kxperiments at Portsmouth, 28 w lu r — 



6il0<? 

Practice, 25 iw 8 a 

Range at Woolwicli, 29 w 6 c/ 



— Torpedoes, Notes on, 17 a 12 h — 17 m 6y— 
20i \2d 

— Troop Boat, New Pattern on Trial, 2\m^d 

— Uchatius Gun. 25 w 7 e 

— War Office and the Duke of Cnmbrid^, It^ 
a 6y— 18 a 10 a 

~ Inquiry into, 26 j 4 f 

Notices. 16 m 10 a— 23 m V> / 

and Uoyal Warrants, I j S J 

Sliipd and Torpedoes, Mr. Kceirt Paper 

on. 20 /I 4 / 

Vessels, Orders to Complete all on Stuck«. 



*2S a 10 h 

Woolwich Arsenal. New Smithy, 22 «» 7 ^ 

Society <»f EngiiK-ers ViMt. 'Jo } I3y 

New Toiiiftlt) Kiinge, 11 / 8 6 

Steel laiU from, to the Marbhes. 29 w € d 



YionK-n of the Guards, Annual lns|>ectioi^ 

SO / 9 /• 

Yev)mnnrv, 21 w (» d 

Naylaiid Burglary — Presen*ationtoMr.Stanuard 
for hi* Courage &c. in I'rotiecating the iiur- 
gbirs. 11 ii 10 '• 

Needlework in Board Schools, Note about. 2 a •> r 

Nenu"»is— Miss Canavassoglu Shoots her l>eceiver 

in the Street, 28> 8 b 
Nestorians, Meeting at Lambeth Palace on the 

Hfligious (on .ition of, lo in 9 c 
Neutral Kighis and Obligations, 9 w 12 « 
New Aut«rtnaion, 14 ) 5 e 
Civil ServJue Co^Operalion, JMeciing, 11 t 

9 6— 14/8r/— 23/ 9<y 

C\)njet, 10^/ \(id—]2 a 11 a— 18 a 10 f 

Klet;tric Li.;^ht. Trial of, in I^ndon, 18 j 5 «• 

Forest, Notes about, 2 5 at 10 /— 25 m 12 *• 

— 26 w 9 </-29 lu 7 /—SO m 10 «•'— 7 ; 6 « 
Industry— Purchasing Foreign Pence and 

Pu^ying them as English Pennies, 2 a 8 /* 

Mail Steamers, 24 a 10 e 

Ment Cars f*ir Railways, 18 w 12 6 

Police Majrisfraie— Mr. Hosack, 7j 13 b 

Pulitical Union, 24 ui \l b 

P(u?tage Stamp, a 2|d Envelope, 13 o 10 < 

Sombreri) Ph<»sphate Company, 2lj7d 

Vice- hnncelloj 's Court, 24 a 10 e 

NEW SOUTH WALES :- 

Annual Exhibition in Sydney, 87*4 d 

Change of Ministry, 29 m 4 </— S> 4 rf 

• PnK'CiMlings in Parliament, 23 u Il/^~SJ Ad 

l'r(i«i)iiutis State of. 3 a 9 rf 

- Kcveuue Returns, 8 j 4 d 



June 80. 1877.] palmer's ixdbx to ** thk tiJiks " xEtraKAPicK. 



Kcs 



New York Life Insurance Cbmpany, 18 m iO A 
New Zealand, Annual Statistics. 2 mh b 

Bauking, 2 m 5 c 

Death (»f Sir Donaltl M*Lean, 2 m b b 

£uii{?rants Required for» 24 m 6 /' 

Loan and Mercantile Agency Company, 15 

; 10 6 
NewalHR. S.) on Lightning Conductors, 12 a 

11 6 
Newfoundland Seal Fi-hing. 6 a 9/ 

New Tariff Bill, 25 a 5 c 

^'ewman (^John H.) Not Present at the Glad- 
stone Meetings in Birmingham, 2 ; .13 n 

(W.) on the Election of Churcliwardens. 2 

aha 
Newspapers at the Sea Side, 13 j 10 c 
Newton CC. T.) on Mycen®, 4 ; 5/— 12 / 4/ 
Next of Kin, Mr. Preston on. 25 w 11 /* 
NEXT OP KIN -PEESONS WANTED, &0. 

Anderson. James, 2jib 

Amott, David. 1 a \ c 

Bcable, Ann. 5 w 5 a — 11 m 1 A 

Beadnell. Col. George. 20 m 1 A 

Bearblock and Medhurst, Marriage CertiJS* 

cate of, 10 w 1 h 

Be<jkodorflf. Sophie. 8/16 

Bennett, Annie, 21 m 1 6 

-— — Berry, Joseph. 2C a 1 6 

Blackburn, Whiteley, o a\ b 

Blake. Helen, 10 /« 1 A— IG m 13/ 

Bockhorn, Jur^en Henrich, 19 <i 1 Z> 

— — Bracher or Brazier, Henry, 11 wi 1 6 

Bradsiock, Uowland, 29 j 1 b 

Brimble, Charles, 24 a 1 A 

Bruce, A. C, 30 a 1 6 

Brunt, Joseph, 2G a 1 A 

Burkitt. George, James and Jokn, 1^16 

Bush, W. T., 20 J U 

Bye. Rachel, U> a 1 6 

Campbell, Mrs. Sarah, 22j\h 

— ^ — Chamberlain, George, 10 a 1 A 

Chambers, Anne, ^jib 

(niarles. 4/1 b 



Christian, K<lw»ird. Will of. 10 a 1 b 
Cohn, Michael EUas, 13 (i 1 6 
Collyer, George Samuel. a 12 6 
Cook, Colonel Johnson, 4 a 1 6 
— Cecil Henry, 3 m I 6 
Cooper. Sarah Ann, \Z a \ b 
Cox, Thom:is, 20 a 1 6—27 a 1 b 



Croteaux, Chas. Louis Bernard and Marthe 

Bosalie, 2 m \ b 

D;icre, — , 3 wi 1 6 

Dear, Alexander Waugh, 21 a 1 6 

Debock, — , 10 a 1 6 

Dore, Samuel Septimus, 30^ 1 h 

Dredge, Francis, 20 <i 3 e 

Drury, Martha, 257 1 b 

Duguid, David, / j 1 // 

Dunch, William, 30 a 1 b 

- — Edwards, Henry Arthur, 25 m 1 & 

Ellis, Hannah. (> n 1 /' 

Emsley, James, 20 y -1 6 

m Feeney, Eliza Susannah, 2 j \ b 

-* — Ferguson, Henry, 10 a 10 a 

— Ford, Arthur Beavor, 11 j 15 qj 

^^-~ Vraflor F.lva «nd Ann Oil/. 






Nest of Kin —Persons Wanted, &c. Oonilnued), 

Gtni. Dudley. 30 */ 1 A 

(Jerstenbergv Fanny Alice, 31 7/* 1 6 

(jlasseand StiniiJon, Marriage Certificate, 

12 / 1 i» 

(iratton, Mary, 1 a \ c 

Green, Mary, 11 alb 

Gresham, Thomas, 14 « 1 6 

Haeffely, Edward, S /« 1 h 

— — Hancock. Harriet, 13 / 1 b 

Hand. Matthew and Jane. 8 / 1 A 

Hanslow, John Whitiingham, 2 'i 1 b 

Harrison, Henry. 11 w 1 6 

Harrow, Martha. 4 w 1 b 

Han ley, Mvw John, 12 /« 1 ^ 

Hayier. Thoma?*, ^.3 / 1 b 

Henderson, of Banff, 18 ;w 1 6 

Jane, 5 m 1 c 

Joseph. 5 w 1 

Hobbs, Fanny and Pamela, 9i 1 6 

Hooper, Henry, 14/ 1 6 

— — House, Emma Louisa, or Holmes, 9 m 1 fr 

Hunt, Major Arthur, Ijlb 

Maria, ^j\b 



Hutchinson, James, 25 m 1 b 

Jackson, Elizabeth, Hi 1 c 

Jagger, Ockett and Dobson, 28 a 1 6 

Jeans, Ann, 23 a 1 b 

Jeffries. John, o « 1 6 

Jennings, John, 11/16 

Jones, Mrs. M., 10 w 1 b 

KeUe, E., 21 a\b 

Kent, Thomas, Marriage Certificate of, 30 

a\ b 

Kerr, William, 2j\h 

Knight, Henrietta Margaret, 28 o 1 6 

Labarte, Wm. and Maria Parsons, 17 a 1 fr 

Langmead. Diana, 2j\b 

Layman, Charles and John, 10 »i 1 A 

Lay ton, Charles and John, 14 w 1 6 

Lechmcre, William, 19 « I 6 

I^ist, Sheldrake, 15 ; 1 b 

Lindley, Mrs. Captain, 21 a I 6 

MacMinn. John Maxwell, 30 m 1 b 

Mais, Winchester, 10 a 1 A 

Mant. Fred. Edmund, 19 w 1 b 

Marsh. Corporal John, 4^16 

M'Lea, John. 1 7 a I 6 

Mitchell, John Charles. 23 7 1 b 

Monckton, Fred., 22 ? 1 & 

MuUer, Fred. Sotheby. G « 1 6 

Murthwaite, Joseph. 10 w 1 /> 

N ash and Cook, M arriage Certificate of, 2)\b 

Newberry, James, 13 / 1 b 

Nicholson, Murthwaite, 20 7/1 1 b 

Northcote, Susanna, \bm\b 

O'Keefe, — , a 1 6 

Osbourn, Joseph, 14 m 1 6 

Falser, Edward, 2 « 10 a 

Paterson. James Clement, Will of, 16 j 1 b 

Peddie, Mr., 20 « 1 A 

Kaban. E. S., 14/ 1 // 

haiicliffe, (^ol. D., 4 a 1 6 

Keynolds. W. II., 8 m 1 6— 9 j 1 h 

Hiehardson, Jane Elizabeth, 6/16 

Roberts and AlUrd, Marriage Certificate of. 



i 



Nex 



PALMKKS INDEX TO "TUB TIMKS ' NEWSPAPER. 



Next of ^n— Persons Wanted, &c Crontlnued). 

Ku^er-*, Kliza. lute Uolley, M u H c 

Uiulsdell, .J(»li.), 1» w 1 t, 

Hutland, Mr«., 15 w 1 h 

Sander^ Mary Anne, 12 / I // 

Sarlee. Henry, G ; I />— .13 ; 1 h 

^^Hul, William, 1^1 h 

Saunders, Kliz. Martha, 13a 18 r 

St. Leger or Ledger, Caruielia Wellesley, 

29 m i 6 

Scott, WiUiara. 18i 1 6 

Scarborough, Thomas, 25 j 1 6 

Severs, Edwin, Wj 1 b 

Sivonright, Florence, l^jl b 

Smith, — , 2(j w 1 /* ^ 

Charles, 2(; <j 1 6 

Souley, Paul, 67 1 6 

Squire, John, 30 a 1 b — 7 m \ b 

Stoale, Capt. John Lambert, b alb 

Stoate, WiUiam, 21 a 1 6 

Stirlon, Thomas. 19/16 

Taylor. John and James, 1 7 w 1 6 

Thumwood, Harriet, 14 w 1 6 

Tidey, WUliam, 2 a 10 a 

Trueman, Son of Issac, 7 a\ r 

— Turner, Emily, Mary and Louisa Esther, 

237 1 6 

Emanuel, hmXb 

WUliam Henry, 18 a 1 ft 

Twells, John, H it \ b 

Waugh, John, 27 / 1 6 

Wallington, Ann, 5 a 1 h — 10 m\b 

Welsted, Barbara. 11/1 b 

West New Jersey Society, Representatives 

of Proprietors, 23 a 1 6 

White, Miss Mary, 2 o 1 6 

Charlotte, 8^16 

Matthew, 29 j 1 6 

Wightman, Mrs. Isabella, 6 a 1 6 

Wilson. Edward, 1 1 m 1 ^ 

Ann Clementina, 1 1 m 1 6 



Wingate and Philip. 10 a 1 /> 

Winter, Agnes Noble, 21 al b 

— Wolff, Jenny Von, b m Y b 

Nicaragua, the Dnriug at. 2 n 8 </ 

Nichols (D. Cubitt) on the Artisans* Dwellings 

Act, 14 a 5 (/ 
Nicholson ( — ) on Early Birds 5 a 1 1 6 
Nigra (Chas.) on the Czar and the Porte, 10 a 5 c 
Nineteenth Century^ Contributors to, 23 n 9 /* 
Nobbs (Sidney) on the Fire at St. Jobn*s New 

Brunswick, 25 i 13 /* 
Norfolk (Duke of) Protest against the Clerical 

Abuses Bill in Italy. 4 a 8 a 
North British Australian Company, 6 n C rf 
North Eastern Hospital, Annual Meeting, 27 j> 

6a 
Northcote (Sir Stafford) on Mr. SuUivan and Dr. 

Kenealy, 21 a 7/ 
Northern Assurance Company, 1 1 i 9 A 
Northumberland Pitmen and their Employers, 

16 a 9 /--7 HI 5/— 17 m 10/--23 m 10 b 
Nothing New — Torpedoes Referred to by Jonson, 

9a4/ 
Nottingham, Meeting of Roman Catholics in to 

Celebrate the Jubilee of the Pope's Consecra- 




Nova Scotia, the Great Seal, 16 a 6^ 
Nubar Pasha in London, 21 / 9/ 
Numismatic Discovery at Cupar, 17m hj 

O. 
Oakeley (Rer. F.) Clerical FeUowshii>s, 11 / 5 c 
Obstructions, 2 o 6 c 
Odessa, News about, 16 m 12 e 
Odger (George) Fete in the Surrey Oardens to 

Aid the Funds for his Widow, 3 m 1 1 a — 8 • 

10/ 
0*Donnell (F. Hugh) on the Salford ElecCioo, 

23 a 12 d 

on Home Rulers, 2G a 6/ 

Official Appointments, 11 a 9 e — 18 a 6 a — 21 a 

7 «— 2 m 9 /*— 5 III 11/— 7 m 6 r— 17 m 9 f—'n 

m 6 /•— 23*1/1 8 0—28 m 11 </— 11 / 9 e 16 j 11 

/— 25 ./ 8 c 

_ R(?f erecs 12/9/* 
Old Bunhill Burial Ground, 5 m 12/ 

Fashioned Highwaymen, 31 m 6 6 

Wellingtonian Dinner, 26 w 8 6 

Olympia, Discoveries in, 16 a 6 a 
Omnibus Men, Supper to, IGj 12 f 
Open- Air Preaching, 21 / 6 / 
Open Spaces, Lecturea on, 10 m 9 /* 

Notices about, 2y 9 c — 47 9 f 

Opening of Museums on Sundays, National Coq> 

ferenceat Westminster Palace Hotel, 7/ 12 c 
Optical Telegraphy, 22 mo f 
Orange Tree — Death of the Grand Bourbon, 

Aged 445 Years, 16 m 9/ 
Onlers in Council, 2 / 8 / 
Orleans Club, at Twickenham, Opening of, 5 m 

13/* 
Princess Teck Opens the Flower Show at, 

26 w 1 1 /• 
O'Shannessy ( — ) Freedom of the City of Dub- 
lin Presented to. 23 m 1 1 / 
O'SulUvan (W. H.) on his Treatment while in an 

Irish Prison, 2 a 8/— 3 a 10 6 
Otago and Southland Investment Company, 23 

a\2 d 
Overland Route, Appeal for the Sister of the 

Discoverer of , 5 a 1 1 A 
Overcrowding, Notes about, 2 a 4 /*— 3 a 3 d—o 

a 11 r— 6q n/— 7«6c— lOaO/— 12o 10/ 
Oxford Reference Bibles, 26 m 8 e 

Drainage of, 20 m 13 b 

and the Indian Civil Service, / 5/— 15 /4y 

Missionary Conference at, 3 m 10 e — 4 ai 10 c 

Science at. 30 m 12 /" 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY :- 
'— Abbot Scholarship, 24 iit 11 6 

Appointments. 1 ,ii 5 f 

Bamptoti Lectures. S ni Gf 

Chancellors Prize for Latin Verse, 31 91 10 c 

Prizes, 2j 1 1 / 

Class LisU. 9 / 10 c— liy 10 6— 12y 10 r— 

21 i IC d 

Classical Scholarships. Elections to, 3 a 8 if 

Commemoration. 5 / 10 a — 14 / 1 1 / 

Degrees Granted. Honorary, 31 *n 10 c — bj 

10a— 9/ 10 r— 15/7/ 
Elections, 7 « 6 a— 16 a 8 b—28 a 7 f—^m 

9 «— 3 m 6 /•— 26 m 13 c— 30 m 6 C— 18 / 13 c— 



30, 1877.] PALUKU'S INUKX TO ** THE TIMES*' NKWcjrAI'KU. 



Par 



1 TJnive'^ty (routinued). 

L'-iilertun l^nze, 2«» m J.J c 

Lvxan)iraiiun», 21 m 11 6—21) m iid—ioj 7/ 

^^XHtiiinei'8, H / yy 

Lxaisiuid i'lizes. Awnrds. 2 j 11 /* 

lirocersi' Kxhibiiiun. Hob d—\ m 5 f 

liubiew fecholai>lnp8. 14; 10 c 

iiertt'ord College, PriucipuUhip OCfercd to 

•. lioyd, 18 a 6 « 

Holuies IScholarship, 8 m Ct / 

Lectures, 18 a 6 e — 5 m IH/ 

Ldncoln College Scholarships, 30 a 10 e 

Lothian Prize, 14 ;« 10 c 

Meeting uf the Uebdouiadul Council, 2,i m 

a 

New Chymical Laboratoiies, 7i 14 a 

Newdegate 1:^117.6, Award, 2j II / 
• Nominations, 26 m 13 c 

— Poetry Professorship, Notes about, 22 iw 8 c 
\ m 10 «— 24 m 6y— 2y m6d 

Election, 31 m 10 t— 2 > 11 / 

— Pnnce Leopold at, 5 ; 10 a 

— Proctors, \2 aS d 

— Public Orator, Candidates, 5 a 9y— llalO 

— 16 a 8 6—18 a 6 e—i{i a 10 rf— 2 m 9 e— 8 
I 12 c 

Election, 9 m 12 «?— 7 / 14 a 

— Review of the Past Year, 12 a 8 rf 

— Stanhope Prize, II m S d 

— Syston Church, Grant to, 7y 14 a 

— Universities Bill, Memorial against, 80 /n G 

— Wincliester CoUege, Proposed Memorial 
Window to Mr. Wahord, 80 a 10 < 

^ster Cultivation, 28 m 9/— 14y 6 c 

P. 

icific Steam Navigation Company, 11 y 9 b — 21 
j7d 

ainting on China, Second Annual Exhibition 
of, 27; 4/ 

alaeozoic Kocks Under London, 16 m 4 e 
'ulestine, Survey of, Lt. Kitchener's Report, 25 

a loy 

'algrave (F. T.) on the Oxford Poetry Profes- 
sorship, 21 in 11/ 

'alliser ( W.) on the Inflexible, 2ljSc 

'apal Allocution Read in all Roman Catholic 
Churches, 9 a 10 c 

Paraguay, Revolution in, the President and his 
Brother KiUed, 23 a 6 / 

Pardon (B.) Going Home, 21 m 11 f 

Parker ^Kev. Joseph) on Church and State, 7 a 
10 e 

Parliameut— Catching the Speaker's Eye, 28 m 
8c 

Acts Passed, 8 a 8 rf 

— - Appointment of Select Committees, 10 a 4/ 

Behaviour, a Lecture by C. S. Pamell, 20 ; 

8c 

Buiiness of, 17 a 10 e 

Case in Point from the Long Parliament- 
Silencing a Speaker, 16 a 4 « 

Obstnictions to Proceedings in, by Home 

Rulers, 2 a 6 c— 3 o 4 a 
Note about, 6 a 1 1 a 



"O . 



.« -I- _ o • 



rarUaiiK'iitury Ue])orling. 'SA u H u 

Truth i \i, 'Jl It 4 h 

PAELlA3iE-NTARY PKCCEED3NGS :- 

Accidems lo (),>eraljves. i> .» ^ u 

A irt uf I he JM'6>ion, 2\ m 1 1 /' 

^a^8ed ami Acls Halving RtH.*civcd 



the 



Hoyal Absent. H; u;/ 

Adniiiiirtiiation. ot Irigh Affairs, 12 / 1 e 

Aj»8i8tuni County Surveyors ^^Ireland) Bill, 

8 w i\ d—\^ }\i r 
Agricultural Holdings (Ireland; Bill, 21 j 

66 

Arctic Expedition, 7 a 7 6 

Anny Estimates, 18 a 7 d—Sj 7 e 

Reserves, 26 ; 7 a 



— BanKriiplcy Law Amendment Bill, 18 a 7 
a— 18wi 7 6— 6/ 7 c— ley 9/ 

— Bar of England and of Ireland Bill, 10 /« 8 6 
Education and Discipline Bill, 8 / 7 a 



— Brake Power, 9y 8 a 

— Begum Sombre, 22 j 6 c 

— Bills Advanced a Staj^e, 25 a 6 l — 1 m 7 a 
— 16wi 6 a— 5y6 6— 6y7a— 9y8 A— 12i 7^ 
—18 j 7 a— 15 j 6 a— 19; 6 a— 20 jf' 6 a— 28^ 8 a 

— Bishoprics Bill 5 j 7 c 
Borough Franchise (Ireland), 6y 9 6 



Budget, ISa^d 

Burials B'U, 17 a 7 a— 1 m 7 a— 2 m 8 a— a 

jn 6 «/— 15 m 6 a—oj 6 a-22y 6 a 

Act Consolidation Bill, 27 a 6 a- 18 m 6 



o— 19 i6o— 26y 6 a 

Analysis of Votes and Pairs, 80 a 6/ 

Consolidation Bill, Division List, 20 ; 6 e 

Division LisU. 28 a 10 6—19 m 8 6 

— Business of the House, 12 a 6/— 21 a 9 a 
— 22y 6 e 

— Canal Boats Bill, 12 / 7 e 

— Capital Punishment, 18 j 7 c 

— Case of Mr. Ancketell, 6 i« 9 c 
of Mr Dempsey, 9 m 10 d 

of Mr. Woods, loje b 



— Cattle Plague, 18 a 7 </— 25 a 8 /-.2 m 8 a 
—2 ni 9 6 

— City Companies, 11 a 8/ 

— Civil Service Estimates, 6 a 7 c & /*— 7 a 7 
f-lj7d-l2j7/ 

and Revenue Departments, 29 ; V 6 



- Church BuUdings, 26 ; 6 6 
Patronage, 27 j 7 e 



— Claims of Mr. John Clare, 19 / 7 c 

— Collection of Taxes, 29 ; 6 « 

— Colonel Wellesley, 26 / 6 a 

— Colonial Fortifications Bill, 6j 7 c 

— Commerce in the Mediterranean, 28 a 8 a 
— 8f7i€a 

— Commercial Department of the Foreign 
Office. 7 a 7 c 

— Companies Acts, 2 m 9 a — 5 j 7 c 

— Confessional, 15 y 6 a 

— County Courts Jurisdiction Extension BilL 
10 m 8 a 

Officers and Courts (Ireland) Bill, 28 i 8 



6—80 ; 10 d 

Franchise, 80y 8 6 

Training Schools and Ships BUI, 17 m 8 a 



Crossed Checks on Bankers, BilL 14 j 9 h 



Far 



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PAJ.MF.n 8 !NI>Fpj[ TO " THE TfMKS XKM'8r.\rr.K. 



f Airil 1 P' 



lar ip.ii Qitury i roccedinirs (itmiinvrd). 

V t lUli> l'> -V .nil .U iJlll. 'tj lit (i It 

< aslul•i^ :in<l I. liiiii Kcvt-nuu Bill, 'li a C, e 

-.- - JJi'ibv C-'orptiia'ioii vKxtension of JJorough, 

&i:„) li-ij, k; ui ji a 

i/Cti.iriimntal Ciroubire, 23 / 8 c 

— — K*^^^l•^ll Qiif.Hiiuii, \'6 a C% </— W n ^ o Sc d — 

Mulii — l^taij n — ."> /« i> // — 8 in 7 r — Ij m »S a 

^ (i— 1 J /« i, o—\h w i; a— I y 7 «— •^<I ? U «/ 
• EnipJoyers and Workmen Act (^Extension 

to Seamen) JVHl, 10 /« 8 a 

Expense of v riniinal I'rotiecutions. (» a 7 <? 

-. — Kcclfeiasiicnl K.tdowjuciits in Ce^iou, 2 m 

i> c 

ExecutU-ncrs. 21 n 8 d 

Estate of ihe Late Mr. Patcrgon, 27 j 7 r 

• Factories and ^^ orksjuipa Law C'onsolida- 

tion.,7 a H a 

Flogging in the Navy, 11 a 11 6 

— — i-orest of Dean, 2 / 8 « 
— Franconiii, 1 w. 7 o 

Mr. Gladstone and the Italian Clorical 

Abuttes Bill, 11 i/f 6 a 

Hesolutions. 12 w 8 6—15 m 0/ 

Divison List. !(> in 8 b 



ftL 



— Game I,aw CScotiand) Bid, 15 m G d—Sj 7 
o-_yo>8 a 
< — Harbour Accommodation — East Coast, 18 



a 8 c 

Harboara on the North East Coast, 2j%a 

High Court of Justice, \)j^0 

Highwaymen, 12 i 7 

—I — Hobart Fasha, 21 <r 8 a 

Hom» Rule, 21 a U a 

Homicide Law Amendment Bill, 10 m 8 6 

Hyde Park, 19/(></ 

Hypothec (Scotland) Bill, 26 a 6 c 

^ — Incidence of Imperial Taxation, 20 a 7 Q 

Indian Budget, 19 j « /' 

Civil Service, 29 ; 7 /" 

Financial Statement, 22 i 6 « 



International Law, 17 w 8 a 
Inundated Colliery, 21 a 7 a 
Irish Land Act, 28 a 8/— 2 m 8/ 

— Parliament, 25 rt 6 c 

— Postal Service, 9 ; 9 c 

— Sunday Closing Bill, 19 / 6 rf 

— Taxation, 6 ; 7 e 

— University Bill, 30 > 8 h 



— Joint Kailway Stations. 5jQn 

— Judges of the High Courts of India, 29 j 6/ 
T— Judicial Proceeding (Hating) Bill, 4 w 7 a 

— Justice ill Guernsey, 6 w 9 « 

T— Justices ( lerks Bill, 18 q 7 a— 21 aS a 

— Land in Ireland. 9^8 6 

— Landed Estates (Ireland) Leases, 18 a 8 rf 

— Landlord and Tenant ^^Ireland) Act A- 
jnendment Bill, 21/66 

— Late Negotiations, 25 a 6 a 
-r— Law Bills, 20 o 6 a 

of Evidence Amendment Bill, 26 a 6 c 

— Legal Education, 18 a 7 a 
Locomotives on Common Roade Bill, ^1 ; 



6 a 



T —J r*^^\,. 



>-•- T>^»:4:». 1 1 - Q _ 



rarliamentary Proceodings {contlnvedy. 

Ltiiidv l^^in(l, 1 / i' ۥ 

.MhIu^m.' Nobiliiv. !.'> j C» c 

Married U iimtMi's Property t Scotland) Bill. 

19 n 7 r—tlj{\ a 

- - Medical Acts Amuiidment, &c., 17 w H c—t 
j 8 a 

Mercantile Marine Hospital Bill, 17 iw 8 ^ 

Metropolis Toll Bridges Bill, 'Jo a 7y— 3" ; 

8 f, 

Metropolitan Comn.ons, 20 n J f 

Streets Improvement Bill, lo j 6 c — & j 

(5 a 

Militia Conunittee. 7 n 7 r 

Military and Naval Preparations, 1 / 7 <• 

I^iMT, 20; <;</ 

. Mutiny Bills, 10 « 7 /— 13 a 7 /*— U a 11 J 

^17 ri 8 «—20 // 6./— 21 a 8 a— 24 « 5 « 
National Teachers (Ireland), 18 a 8 c 



Naval Cadets, 19 i i» / 

— Navy Estimates, 15 j 7c— 16 j 9 b—19j7d 

— New Bishoprics, 2 n/ 9 a 
. Caledonia, 19 v 6^ 

Member?, 24 a 6 «— 25 a 9 a— 19 w 10 rf 

— 5;6r— 27>8^ 

Writ, 11 a 8 6—28 a 8 /•— 5 m 9 c— 12 j 7 



fl—U ; 9 a 

— Newspaper Registration Bill, 12 a 6 a — 14 o 
116 

— Norfolk and Suffolk Fisheries Bill, 2 iw 9 A 

— Notices of Motions, 6 a 7 n — 6 a 8 o — 7 « 7 
6_9 a 8 6—10 a 7 a— 10 a 8 6—11 a 10 d—U 
a 6 /"— 13 a 6 <?— 13 a 8 a— 14 a 8 a & </— 16 a 
8 c— 17 a 5/— 19 a 7 f—2Q a 5 ^—23 a 6 r - 
24 a 6 /•— 25 a 6 c— 26 a 6 c— 27 a 7 /"— 27 m i» 
fl— 30 a 6 /— I w 5./— 2 m 8 6—2 m 9 «— 4 m 7 
fl— 4 m 8 c— 5 m 9 6—7 m 8 6—8 w* 6/— 9 m ft 
<f— 9 m 10 rf— 10 m 6 /— 11 m 6 a— 1 1 m 8 e— 
12 w 8 d—l5 m 6 «— 15 ni 9 a— 16 w 6 6 & «— 
18 m 7 c— 22 m 6 rf— 23 m 6 d— 1 j 7 a— 2 ; 8 « 
—4 ; 10 c-5 J 5/— 5^ 6 r— 6 j 7 b—7 ; 9 /*— 
~7 / 9/— 8 / 6 /•— 8 ; 7 c— 9 j 8 c— 11 > 8y— 
12 ; 6 r— 15 / 6 c— 15y 7 rf— 16 j 8 «— 18i 10 r 
--I9y 8 6— 20 i 6 a— 22 J 8 a— 23 ; 8 a— 2'. j 
8 rf— 26 / 6 6— 26^ 8 c -27 / 7 a— 27 ; 8 a— 2h 
; 8 c— no ;■ 8 a 

— Numerical Titles of Militia Regiments, 2f» / 

7 d 

— Obstructions in Business, 30 a 6/ 

— Opening of Museums on Sundays, 9^8 d 

— Order of Business, 12 j 7 d 

— Orders of the Day a 8 a— 9 a 8 6-^ 10 a i 
6—11 a 10 rf— 12 a 6/— 13 a 8 «— 16 a 8 *•— 
17a6/*— 18a8rf— 19»i7/-^?0 a 5/-23 a 
6 c- 24 a 6 /*— 25 a 8 /*- 26 a 6 c— 27 a 9 a— 
30 a 6 /•— 1 m 5/— 2 m 9 c— 3 w 6 «— 4 w 8 r 
—8 m 5 /•— 9 m IP d—\e m 6^—11 m 8 c—H 
m 10 e— 15 ?M 9 a— 16 m 6 e— 17 w 8 c— 1 ;' S *» 
— 4i 10 c— sy 3/— 67 8 6—7 ; 9/— 8 / /*- 
11 ;8/*— 12i6/— 13y8c--14J9 </— 15/ 7^^ 
—18 / 10 C--19 J 8 6—20 ; 6 </— 21 j 5 d— 22 / 

8 a-26y 8 d—26j 8 c— 27i 8 a— 28^ 8 c-2'i 

— Our Relations with Afghanistan, 16i 8 6 

— Pairs upon Lord Harrowby*a Amendment. 
18 m 7 6 



t>«_i:_.^-— 4 



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'^jine 80> 1?<77.] palmer's index to tiik *' timks " nkntsvait.h. 



Par 



X'urllameutfury Prixieeilings {nmtluueit). 

l'eiuion.s, li « 7 */ — i »* \ o — 10 " 7 a— 1 1 a 

s ,i~.\'j ,1 G *t—\H .f (l <( -\-i ti i< a & (i—\7 n 7 
/I vM- e — \H o 7 ft & « — il> (t 7 a — '20 't '» ii &. li — 
L'l (I « a Hi ti—'l\ 11 (5 a ^ n—l'> u i) n &. //- 20 
*/ W rt— i7 a (> a— '17 It 7 / -2S a K a ik. e—i m 
7 it — 2 lu H rr Jt /* — ii /« G u— 4 /« 7 */ — 5 /w 9 </ 

— 8 /« G rt & 6—9 iM H II ^ r — 10 /« 8 i»— 1 1 w G 
<r — 12 /« 8 a & <• — lii iti G II & d — IG m 6 a & /> 

— 17 III 8 o— 18 M G r<— 18 m 7 />— I .i 7 a— 2 > 
^ '« — 3 ; G a & ^•— G / 7 a — 7 J 9 a— 8 7 7 rr & /» 
— ;i f S u & b—\'2 i 7 II & 6— i;i ; 7 a— 14 j J) a 

— 15; Gri &i — IG / 8rf— 19 Hi a ^c—'Hij^u 

— 21 ;• G 0—22 j Ga& r— 23 ; 8 «— 26 j G 6— 
27 / 7 «— 28 7 G «— 29 7 <» '» <5c '— HO / 8 r» 

Pier and ilMrbour Orders (^ond filiation, 07 

7 c 

- Piracy. 12 m 7 a 

Plumtitcad Common. 12 a Ci f 

Pour Lair Uunrdians Elections (Ireland) 



Mil. 17 mSif 

— Post Office Telegraph Services. 30 > 10 d 

— Prisons Bill, G / 7 cSj 7 c— 13> 7 6— 20i 
4;t— 22i Grt~29 7 G a 

Private Bills Legislation, 7 « 7 a — 19 a 7 a 



-2J a G «/— 21 a 8 (/--23 /« 6 </— IG j 8 o— 20 
; •; u— 23 ; 8 '»— 2G 7 G A— 27 / 7 «— 297 G c 

Bus^iness, G « 7 a — 7 u 7 a — U a ii a — 12 

a G a— 14 a 8 a— 17 a 7 « v<c «— 18 a 7 a ^ r— 
1:0 o G a &, t/— 21 « 8 a— 24 « C a & 1^— 25 a 6 
w & A-2G /I 6 «--27 « 7 /— 28 a 8 a & < — 1 ;w 

7 « — 2 « 8 <i — 4 /« 7 a — 5 m 9 ^1 — 8 m G cf & 
—9 m 8 «— 12 /w 8 a & c— 16 m ^ 11 & </— IG w 
i; «i- 17 m 8 */-— 18 iw G «— 18 m 7 ^— I / 7 « — 
:^ / ^ ri— 5 / G <f & /'— G / 7 a— 8 / 7 o »ic* />— 9 7 
h 1/ i& //— 12 ; 7 ./ & />— 13 7 7 o— 157 G «— IG7 

8 */— 19 / « :— 22 / G u-29 / G « 
- ProclaiiiHlioii of Neutralitv, 1 «« 7 o 



Pn){w>8ed New .Standing Order, 21 a S «• 

PrutJK'ol. 21 r/ 8 u 

Public CV>mpan'e8 Acts Amendment. 7 w 8 c 

Ileal. h i^Metroi>oli8) Bill, 0771/— 1278/^ 

Libraries Act Aiiieiidiiient liill, 17 u 6 d 

— 20 ii 7 /— 25 a 87— 14 y 9 c 
LtMiis Kcnussioii, 'JO 7 10 d 

Offices and Buildings), 7 a 7 d—l7 a S d 

— 20 ./ G (/ 
liecml OfTioe Bill, 12/8 6 

Wtirks i.onns (ConaolidaJed Fund\ 24 a 

7 e—o j 7 r— 22; 7 J 

Quarter ^^essions (Boroughs) Bill, 9 m 10 d 

— IG M <» e 

QiieMions. C « 7 a—G a 8 a— 9 a 8 A— 10 a 

7 ./— 10 II 8 A — 11 a 8 « — 12 u G /— 13 a G A— 
13 II 7 / — 13 It 8 //— 14 a 8 /r—lG « 8 r -17 a5 
/«_17 ,1 7 / — 18 rt 7 (/— 19 a 7 /— 20 « 5 /*— 20 
ti G </— 21 a 8./— 23 « 6 c— 24'o 5 /*— 24 a 6 d 
— 2G #/ G f— 27 a 77'— 27 // 1> <» —28 « 8 /'~30 
/; (J /- I /// 5 /'—I /« 7 A— 2 ui 9 c— 3 /w <i e- 4 
»w 7 « —4 iH 8 <•- — a ;w 9 /» — 7 « 8 A — 8 m 5 /* — 8 
tH G r— 10 /tf G ri & /—I I m 8 r— 12 w 8 d—lA 
lu JO '•—15 /M G «— 15 /M 9 a — 17 m 8 c — 18 wi 7 
r-_4 / 10 r— 5 / 5 /■— 5 i G r— G j 8 6—7 / 9 / 
_t*yG /•— 11 ; 8 /'— 12 / G /— 14j 9 rf— 15 ; 7 
</— IG /8 <•— 18 ;'lO c— 197 G d—\{) j 8 fe— 2I7 
K i/— 22 j G r-22 / 8 «— 257 8 ./-2G7 8 1— 27 



Parliamentary Froceedings {ronffit>fed\. 
Kail way Aceiilent". 2> »> '^ <> — 3'f a 9 y* 

Companies' Servants Hill. 12 //i 8 <t 

Pa-j^inj^er Dutv, 18 // 7 »/ 

Kemov.-.l of Wrecks Bill. 14 ; 9 .• 



Heporl of tlie Arctic Cotuwiitcee, It) i 7 <r 

Kiclimond Park. 19 / (i d 

H«)adH ami Bridjres (Suitland) JidK '-^'^ i ^ •* 

Hoy a I Assent, 12 / 7 A 

Artillery and Koyal Eni:ii;eers, 2<>i G f 

Canal, 25 a G /» 

Commistaion, 25 n G «i & h — 18 m (5 n— ii 

J 7 ,,_2l> ;■ «; « 

Irihh Constabulary, 18 fi 8 c— 12 / 7./" 

Marines', 19; 7 6 



— Rules of Debate. 5 w 9 /* 

— Kussin and India, 12 / 7 « 
and Turkey. 10/8^ 

— Russian Circular. 28 a 8 a 

— Salford Electicm, I /« 7 r 

— Scotch Parochial Electorate, IC 7" S d 

— Seat of War. 4 «/ 7 a 

— Settled Estates Bill. 14 « 1 1 H— 17 »f « d 

— Sligo Borough (Ireland) Bill. 14 / 9 i'. 

— Stmth Africa. 24 o G ii—\G m G a 
African C'olonie.s. 14 f/ 8 r 



— Sunday Closing (Ireland) Bill, 2! / (I i-^t^ 
j G It 

— Supreme Court of Judicature Bill. 14 // s 4 

— 17<jr 7 c— 20/G</ 

— Suez Canal. 5 /;/ 9 f — 7 ; 9 d 

Summary Jurisdiction of MngiJ^trati'."*. 



8<i 



K <t 



li 



of Amendment Bill. \G J 9 o 

of ProccHlings. G n 9 n — t it *.♦ « — 1 » r; t» 

a— II a II a— 12 v 9ri— 13(* 9 «— 4 a 1 1 
17 </ 9 «— 18 rt 9 </— 19 11 9 r/— 20 '/ t» 
1 1 /— 24 a 9 <r— 25 n 9 /— 2G « 9 a— 17 a 9 / — 
28 fi 11 a -1 m 9 a— 2 '«i 11 a— 3 /•» 9 .r— I j, '.1 
r/— 5 M 1 1 </— 8 /« 9 /— 9 m 1 1 f — K) ,, l» ., _ i 
m 9 fr—V2 III 11 r— 14 *// 9y— 15 iti !» /— mI // .1 
a-~]7 in 9 r/— IS w 8 /— 1 */ 9 r/— 2 • 1 i // '> / '.• 
a—G.? 9 rt— 77" 1 1 */ — 87 8 /— •) /■ 1 1 o -11 \ 'J 
«— 13 J 9 fr— 'l4./ 1 1 r — 15 /8 /--Ii; / 10 .- I'.r 
j 8 /'— 2J / 9/1—21 ;" 9 ^/— 22 /9 */-23 / \ i ,> - 
2G7 8 /•-27 / 9 ^r — 287 9 a— 2!» / S /- 
Supply. 9 It 8 </— 13 /» 8 o— G re ^ 



r I 7 'I 

7 f--:f\ 



8 //— 16 '/ 8 J— 20 u 7 /■— 5 / 7 ' — 12 / 
7 10 '—257 8 d— 2G / G d— 29 / 9 / 

Surrej' AR*<ize>. 27 / 7 n 

Territorial \Vairr.»< Juried ictio; Bill, I'.l -/ 7 'i 

Thames ElovxN PreveiitiiMi, 1 i 1; > i* 

Ticliborne Case, G / 8 //--i» ; t> ♦/ 

Town Councils and Local Boards Bill, 1 1 



«t 



1 9 /.— 1 2 a Ge 

Tra.le Marks, ISy G a 



— '1 ransvanl. 15 m 6 a 

— Tripartite Treaty. 8 m 10/ 

— Ttirki:*i» I'Jnpire. 12 «» 8 f 

— 'J'uroj.ike Aern Contin»iance. 21 i G r 

— Universities ot Oxford aid Cambridjfe Bill, 
27 I' 8 ti — I m 7 • — 1 //* 7 /» — iG in G <• — 5 / G c 
—15 I 7/* 

Bdl. 20 /Of/— 21 7 10 f/ 



Unlier of llie Black Jtoad. 4 »« 7 a 
Vidnatitni of Property Bill, il n 10 4 



Par 



PALMEU'a INDF.X TO **' TllF. TIMES " NEWSPAPFR. [[ApHl 1 tO 



Farliamenta^ Froceodings (ronfinued), 

Voters (Ireland; Hill, 10 /« 8 c 

War, 24 a V, r/— 25 « 6 a— 1 /« 7 b—liOj 8 a 

Water Supply, laic 

-^- Ways and Means, 1 7 o 8 c— 20 a 7 r 

Whiteihapel and LiinMlmupi*. 21 r? y a 

— - Women's Disabilities Kemuvai Bill, 7 

> y h 

Workhouse School'*, ^ j f^ h 

PARLIAMENTARY bPi)LCHES ;— 

*#* When I he ^pel eli of a Member is required 
pn any particular iieb;ue, by referring to the 
tuhjert under 1'akliamentaky Proceedings, it 
pan be seen at once by the reference answering 
to that affixed to the Speaker's name. 

Aberdeen, Earl of. 28 a 8 </ 

Adderley, Sir C, 10 a 7 /— 21 a 8 €—17 m 

8 «— 2 / 8 e 

z Alexanier. Colonel, 26 ; 7 6— 27i 7 c 

Anderson, — , 19 « 7 c— 12 m 9 d — 6 j ^ a 

-29 ; 7 / 

Anstfuther. Sir R.. 11 <i 8 c— 12 w 9 a 

Arjjyll, Duke of. 15 wi 6 r-8 / 7 a—lCy 8 b 

Ashley, — , 14 a 9./— 11 o 8 a 

Assheton, — , 21 ; <! a 

r- Attorney-General, G « 7 /*— 12 a 6 r— 19 a 

7 f>—2\ a 8 (—\) m 9 /— 10 in 8 /— ) ; c— 12 

j 1 C--13 ; 7 r-n i 9 c— 16 / 9 4-22; 6 c 
for Iroland, 28 a 9 «— 5 m 9 d-^i^J 9 6— 

23 / 8 a 

JJalfoMr, -, 7i9c/ 

Sir G., 24 a 7 t— 22y 7 e 



1 j 7 A 



— Barttelot, Sir W., Ij 9 </— 16 / 9 c— 20i 6 6 

Baxter. — . 13 « 7 c—\) w 9 d 

Beaeonsfleld, Karl of. 20 a G a -28 n 8c 

• Beauchamp. ICarl, 2\ a S rf— 29 / 6 a 

Belmore. Eai 1 of. 28 <i 8 « - 1 2 w 8 ^— 5y 6 a 

: Bentinck, — . 2/ 8 c— 19 / 7/ 

: Berestor*!. Colonel, 9 ; 8 « 

Bere§f<»rd-HoiH?, — , 5 / 7 n 

BUjnnerliH-'het. —, 25 a 7 6 

Boord. — , 23 / 8 r 

: Bourke, — . 7 n 7/— 12 ip 8 £• 

Bowyer. Sir G.. H n 1 0—1 a 1 e^-19 a 1 a 

—21 a 10 /;— ir» HI 1 r 

BrasKcy. T.. 2 / s A-IO / 7/ 

Brifi^lit. tjacnb. II iti 1 f— 7 / 9 * 

.luhn, 13/7 /■ 

BnM»k8. M.. 2S ; 6 d 

Bi<»wn. — , 7 f* 7 r 

IJriJce. — , 15 »'/ 7 a 

: Bruen, — , 25 a 7 c- 28 a 9 </— 16/ 9 i— 28 

j, a c 

\p.iiry, Viseount. 28 a 8 o— 12 m 8 a 

lintr. — , 6 fl 7 A— l*-i " « c— 21 a IQ </— 25 

l> a '1—28 /» 9 /— 2 wi 9 a— 6 > 8 «— 12 j 7 e— 

14i9./>— 16>9(i 

Callan, — ^, 1 1 7/1 6 a 

C^iperon, Dr., 12 a 6 b— 3 m ab—}9jlc 

Campbell, Sir G., 22 7 7 h—'J9, / 7 6 

Campl>ell-Bann?rman. — . 26 j 7 </ 

Caniiperdown, Earl of , 2 1 « 8 ci 

- Canterbury, Abp. of, 27 a 6 €—18 ;« 6 € — 
;5 ;• 6 q-26J 6 a 

rr— Curdwell, Lord, 26j&b 
Carlingford, Lord, 28 /i 8 </ 

' (?nr1iKlM Hif^Viiiit of IK in l\ p 



Failiamentary Speecheo (roviintted). 

K arnarvon. Earl of. 1 1 a 8 c — 24 o 6 a— i 

VI 6 o — !.*» iw i\ u — 16 iw 6 a — 15 / li /# 

Chninbcrlain. — , 24 o 8 *#— 8 m 8 « 

( haneellor of the Exchequer, « o 7 /"— 7 a 

I a ik c — II a 8 f/— l3o 6r/— 1« « 7 <i— U * 

II M— 17rt 8r— 18 a 8^—20 a 7 c— 21 ti S i 
—24 'I 7 ff- -2 m 8 €—4 w 8 a— 8 m 6 /— 15 m 



8rt— 2;8</— 6j 7 /'— 9;9«— 12 j 7 /"— 19 j 6 

€—27 / 7 e-28> 6 a— 29 J 6 €—29 j 8 a— ^> 

8 6— 30; 9 a 

Chaplin. — , 1 1 m 8 € 

Colonel. 21 jSa 

Childers, ~ 13 a 7 6—20 a 7 b — 24 o 6/ 

— 9w8£/— 19;7a 

Churchill, Lord R, 12 j 8 6 

Cochrane, Baillic, 7 « 7 d — 9 m 9 c 

Coleridge. Lord, 14 a 8 c— 22 ; 6 a 

Coope, — , 1 1 a 8 6 

Cotton, Alderman, 11 a 9 a 

Courtney, — , 4 m 8 a— 11 m 6 A — 7 ; 9 « 

Cowen, — , 6 o 7 6—12 a 6 6—5 w 9 e 

Cowper, Earl, 21 al b 

Cowper-Teraple, — , 8 m 6 c 

Crawford, S., 21 / 6 6 

Cross, — , 6 a 7 A— 7 a 8 a— 18 a 8 </— 26 4 

6 b—2 m 9 a— 5 m 9 €—8 m 8 /'— 6/ 7 d — 8 j 8 
a— 20; 6 c— 27 J 7/ 

Dartmouth, Eafl of, 27 o 7 6 

Delahunty, — . 9 1 9 a 

Derby, Earl of , 1 7 a 7 f — 20 a 6 c — 25 a 6 

a— 5 m 9 a—d tn 8 6--15 m 6 6—16 7 8 a— 20 

j S a 

Dilke, Sir C, 14 a 10 c— 5 1 6 rf— 30 t 8 d 

Dodson. — , 20 a 7 /— 21 a 10 a~24 a 6« 

— 1? 7€— 20;6r— 27i7</ 

Dorchester, Lord, 26 ; 6 a 

Downing, — , 28 a 9 « 

Dudley. Earl of, 17 a 7 « 

Duff, Grant, 27 a 8 d 

Eperton. A., 11 a 8 r— 24 a 7 c— 19^ 7 a 

Elcho, Lord, 12 w 9 6—1 ; 7 6 & c 

Emlyn, Lord, 30 j 9 c 

Enfield, Viscount, 20 a 6 a—9j 8 6 

Errington, — , 28 a 9 a 

Eslington, Lord. 21 a 9 /— 9 w 9 € 

' Fawcett, — , 25 a 7 d — 15 m 7 e — 5 j 7 a— 

^ 22; 7<— 29i7 6 

-^ — Fitzmauricc, Lord E., 9/8 </— 30 jT 9 a 

Forster, W. £., 21 a 10 c— 25 a 6 e— II ■ 

7 e— 9 j9a 

Forsyth, — , 11 a 9 «— 14 a 9/— 11 w 7 «■— 

7j9r— 29; 7€ 
- — Praser. Sir W., 14 a 10 o 
T Gladstone, W. E., 21 a 9 c— 25 a 8 €—1 m 

7 b & c— 8 tH 6 (/— 8 m 7 a& c— 15 m 8 €—5 

Goldney, — j 5 m 9 f—SOj 9 a 

Gordon. Sir A., 10 a 7 / 

Gorst, — , 6 a 7 €—13 a 7 c— 19 a7 a 

Goschen, — , 13 a 7 €—14 a 10 €—20 <f 7 « 



—27 a 8 r-^n m 10 a—bj 6 </— 19> 7 c 4 d- 

80; 9 € * 
Granville, Earl, 17 a 7 a— 21 a 8 c— 27 a ^ 

fl— 9 m 8 c— 15 m 6 </— 18 m 6 d^bj 6 a 
Gray, — , I6j9 6 



3 30, 1877] PALMKll's INDEX TO "THE TIMES " NEWSPAPER. 



ir 



Laznentaiy Speeches (continued). 

Gregory, —, 18 a 8 6—21 a 10 6—80 j dd 

Grey, Karl, '^4 a G c— 25 a 6a 
• Hamilton, Lord Claud, 2j 8 a 

— L^rd G., 22 i G «— 22 / 7/— 2G / C /— 29 
i a 

— Hanbury, — . 14 a 10 6—5 / G e— zy 9 b 

— H anbury-Tracy, — , 21 « 9 a 
Harcourt, Sir W^ 19 a 7 6—27 a 8 rf— 15 

7 a— 13 / 8/»— 29.) 7e 

— liardcastW, — . 3 m 6 c 

— Hardy. — , 14 a 9 6-21 a 10 c— 27 a 8 e- 
> 6 c &/— 2G ; Gy— 26/ 7 c 

— Harrowby, Earl of, 27 d 7 a— 18 m 7 a— 15 
G b 

" Hartington, Marquis of, 14 /? 8 «— 21 a 10 
I — 25 a 8 d—lo m 7 «— 5^ 7 a— SO J 10 6 

— Havelock, Sir H., 2C> 7 e 

— Henley, — , 7J 9 e 

— Henniker, Ixird. 29 / G 6 

— Henry, Mitch II, 20 a 7 6—21 a 10 a— 28 a 
) c—l\ m 7 a -14/ 9// 

— Hermon. — , 1 2 .« 10 a 

— Herschell, — 9 ; 9 6— 29 j* 7 e 

— Hervey, Lord F., 27 a 8 «/— 9> 8 e 

— Hibbert, — , 20 ; 6 6 

— Hicks- Beach. Sir M., 18 a 8 <2— 25 a 8 6- -2 
m 8 /— 5 TO 9 c— 12 ; 7 e— IG / 9 e 

— HUl, SUnley, 19 a 7 6—27 a 8 « 

— Holms, J., 10 a 8 a— 26> 7 a 
W., 20 o 7 a 

— Holt, — , 8 «i 6 a 

— Hope, Beresford, 21 a 9 c— 27 a 8 c— 2 w 9 
a— 7 ) 9 a 

— HopM ood, — , 7 ; 9 </ 

— HoU{;hion, Lord, 20 a 6 6—28 a 8 (/— 15 m 
6 6— ltt>8a 

— Hubbard, — , 13 a 7 6—1 1 w 7 «— 14 ; 9 6 

— Hunt, — , 19 J 7 6 & c/— 19 ; 8 a 

— Isaac, — , 1 1 a 8 /* 

Jackson, Sir H., 18 ; 7 e 

James, —,11m 8/— 5 / Q c 

Sir H.. 10 m 8 6—9 /'9 c— 14 / 9 6-lG j 9 

c— 29j7ci 

Jenkins, E.. 1 1 a 9 A— 1 5 /« 7 d 

; Jervis, Colonel. 2G / G « 

.' Johnston, — , 2.> a 7 6 

. Johnstone, Builer, 14 a \0 d 

Kenealy, l>r., 12 /i G </— 14 a 10 f?— 12 m 10 c 

Kimberley, Earl of, 24 « G a— 20y G a 

King, Harman. 25 add 

Kingscote, Colonel, 2 ; 8 « 

Knatchbull-Hugcsscn, — , 18 n 7 c/— 27 a 8 

6-30; 9 d 

* Laing, — , 1 1 i« 7 o 

— — Landsdowne, Marquis of, 17 a 7a — 27 a7 d 

. Lawrence, Sir J., 1 1 a 9 6 

Lord, IG ; 8 r 



Parliamentary Speedies (continued), 

Lord Advocate, 16 j 9 a 

Chancellor, 14 a 8 a & c— 18 a 7 « — 8 / 7 

a— 13y 7 a— 22 ; 6 6—277 7 a 

Lowe, — , 27 rj 8 </— 6 m 9 rf— 29 / 6 /* 

Lowther, J., 2 «i 8 « 

Lubbock, Sir J., 27 a 8 «— 12 m 9r f 

Lush, Dr., 3 m G c— 19j 7 d 

Manley, Lord l>e. 12/7 a 

Manners, ix>rd J., 9 m 10 6 

- Martin. — , 27 a 8 e— 27 a9d 

M*Arthur, Alderman, 3 ?/i 8 c — 9 j 8 e 

M'Laren, — , 3 i« G <•— 16; 8/ 

Meldon, — , IG;9 6 

Midleton, Viscount, 29; 6 6 

Mitchell, Henry. 6^' 7 « 

— ^ Montagu, Lord R., 21 a 9 6 

Montgonii-rie, — , 19 a 7 r 

Morgan, ().. 3 m G d — 5; G e 

- Morley. Eail of. 27 <i 7 6—29 ; ff 6 

Mowbray, — , 27 o 8 r — 5 ; G c 

MundeUa, — , 13 a 7 c— 24 a 7 6- BO J 10 rf 

Murphy, — , 28 / G 6 

Nelson, Earl. 2G ; 6 6 

- Newdegate, — , 21 a 9/— 12 /«9 rf— SfO / G</ 
Noel, tierard, 6 a 7/ 

Nolan, (!)apiHin. 9/9 c 

Northbrook, Earl of, IG / 8 </ 

O'Clery, — , 15 /« 7 (i 

O'Conor Don, 28 a 9 e 

O'Donnell, — , 30; 10 a 

ODonoghue, — , 28 a Sf—7j^d 

< )'(ionnHn, M«jor, 5 w 9 e 

- OXoghlen, Sir Colnrnn, 26^ a 7 a— 18 /« 8 If 
—23 ; 8 6 

O'Rwlly. — , 13 «i 7 c 

0>h uighnessy, — , 25^ o 7 6 

U'SuUivan, — , 28 a 9 c— 8 / 7/ 

Oi.slow, — , 22./ 7 € 

Oxford, Bishop of, 27 a 7 c 

Pease, — . 11 a 8y— 24 a 7 c-^^j 8 €—13 / 



7d 



reel. Arthur, 18 a 8 rf 
^ Sir Hobert, lini7 d 



Pcjcy. Earl 18 n 7/ 

— Puterborouj;h, lir^liop of, \S m G b 

— Playfair. Dr., 11 a 8 e— 5; 7 c— 19 ; 7 *^-- 
29;7./ 

— riunkct, — . 28 o 9^ 6—14; 9 a—Htj 6 c 

— Power, 0'Conn<»r. G; 7 t— 28 ; (id 
K.. 28 a 9 «— 28 / G c 



(J— 



Law son, Sir Wilfrid, 25 a 7 c— 21 ; C c 
Leatham, — , 27 ;' 7 e 
Leslie, Sir J., 5 m 9 c 
LeveRon-Gower, — , 1 1 w 7 c 
Lewis, C, 25 a 7 / 
Liisculn, Bi:»hop of, 27 a 7 rf 
Lindsay, Colonel Loyd. 11 mi 8 6' 
Llo)(l, .Morgan, 10 m 8 a 



Haikes, — , 7 o 7 « -21^ a 8 « 

Redesdale, Earl of, IH «/ G </- 15/ G a 

Heed, — , 10 « 7 e — VAj 7 c 

Hichmond', Duke of, 27 a 7 «— 12 m 7 

18 /n 7 6—5 ; G *»— 2(i J fia 

Kipon. Marquis of, 16 / 8 a 

Ritchie, — , 1 1 «r 7 6 

RoilwuJl; — , 7 ri 7 /r— 18 a 8 f— 26 tt d a 

Roebuck, — , 14 o lu '» -9 /« 9 i—2^j G 6* 

Rosebery, Lord. 20* «/ G 6 

^ Earl of. 1'5 /« ^ t( &, d 

Russell. Sif C, 1 i it G r 

— - frailand, Duke of. 9 w 8 at 
Rylands, — , 20 ; G 6 

Salisbury, MurqAiis of, 27 a G a-^X'ij 7 a-^ 



lAT 



PAI.3H:K 3 INDKX T<> "TlIK TIMKS KFWSl'ArKM. 



Apr3 



to 



Farliamcntary Speeches (ronthiHcd). 

Sannuhi. — , L'4 a 7 a — IU7' 7 /' 

- — '- SuHuieLsun, — , 7 « 7 c 

SarwlfonJ. — , \ j 1 a 

. Siimlori. Lord, 21 a 8 /— 9 m S /' 

, St. Alluii.8. Duke «)f, L\H n 8 6- '-12 w 8 a 

Sclater-Boolh. 7 a 7 r— 24 ^r 7 e—\j 7 e 

Selborne. Loid, 27 a 6./— 18 /« 7 6—8 ; 7 6 

—23 /(J 6 

S'lwin-lbbetson, Sir H., 3 m 6 d 

Mi.iw, — , 2'» n it r 

Lefevio, 28 a D 6—2 m 8 /— 12 «/ 9 c— 19 

.' (if 

Sheridan, H. B., 15 / 7 a 



- — >hutc. General. 2(> / 7 6 
Siiulair, Sir J. T.. Jo wi 7 r 

, Sniitli, V. H.. « .1 7 c-0 J 8/- 27 / 7 rf 

.^ Smyth. P., 28.; (> rf 

Smoliert. — , 22 ; 7 0-31 / 8 e 

- SulKiior-Geiifnil. 11 « 9 -2G a 6 6— 13^ 
8 //— 27 / 7 e -21)/ 7r 

• — Somen ei, Duke of, 27 o 7 e— 12 m 8 6— 9 J 
S r/ 

SpinkP. Serjeant, 18 a 7/-aO/9 c 

. — - Stauford. Iieiu»tt, 15 m 7 </ 

Stanhope. K.. :kt 7 9 d 

. Sluolty, —., 1(» a 8 o—'2V* i 7 d 

Sittii8fi'UI, -^rXXu i> u—ii)] 8 f 

Strnthvdvi). I.oril «)f. 20 n (i // 

Sulhvifctt, — > 12 a «'» <y— «2.*» <i 8 t~l^ w 9 e — 

8 //' 7 '« 

. Tall«)n— . IJw 8(/ 

,. _ T»\ lor. 1*.. 1 1 a s 6—9 / .-* </— 20 / « 6 

Trevi IvHO. -^. 21 »/ 8 6 — U> w (i c — 5 /(i e— 

:;t) \ i< h ' 

^ - Vivijm. II.. 9 //» 9 '.-^2 » 8 // 

. Wad.ly. —, \% n i\ „ ik. L—\:> hi ^/ 

, Walj.ole. — , 1 1 // 8 «V 

Waller. — . 12 /.» l» ' 

^— Wjut, Karl l)e La, a m 9 m — 12 m 8 c— 9 j 



8 /? 



Wnvenev, Lord. 2<) n 6 6 8 m G a 
\Vh;.Uey, — , 21 a 10 6— 6 ; 7 d 



Wilmot. Sir E.. 10 w 8 o—\\) j 9 6— 13j 7 c 

Winche.'-ler. Hishop of, 27 a 7 6 

Wolff, Sir H,. ^ /w 8 <• 

' Wymiliam, Pen y. 1) m U 6 

Yoik. Archbishop of, :^7 '/ 7 '^ — 18 w (» c 

rariull ((', S.) on Piirliamen-ary IJeh.iviour, 20 
/ 8 <• 

Far!ner.«hi|>R Di.-S(»lved, 4 n H h — 7 a G / — 11 tt 9 
p— M (i 11 6— 18 N G a— 21 rt 10 /•— 25 o 8 «— 
2S /f 10 r— 2 v) 9 /— .") /// 10 ,—.9 w 10 /— 12 fa 
7 /_16/»i 8rt— 19 w lOri— 2aiii8A— 3G ill 10 c 
— yO w H r— 2 / 8 /'-^G / 8 6—9 ; I0 6—13 j 8 c 
— IG / 10 c— 207 Gy— 23 / 10 tf— 27 i 8 6— S0> 
1 2 € ' 

Pnrty WmHs, 28 m G/ 

pMtfnt Offifo Kt.'onoiuy. 3 w 9/ 

1': tronnge a d Party. '4\r m i< /» 

Pail, .or ihildrv'i iti Naplv-s. \i a 11 </ — 1 1 « 10 6 

1* iup<Misi»'.. Montldv Keturn. 2(» /»/ 9 ^ 

P.f.o.' Society . Public Meeting. 23 m 13/ 

P(,}M'!i Cron in Dclawar. 23 m l\ r 

ponrson (Emma Maria) on E-itabli^hing an 
Ant;lo- American Honie in Rome. 2 't H e 



I 



«i^ 11 ' n 



k A 



1^..*, 



.•« •>' 



PiM'k (^Franci*») on Overerowdingf, 5 a \\ e 
Peel V Laurence) on ihe Puller t ase, 29 m H /• 

Indian Judges and the Executive, II j G/ 

Peerage of Hamard, 12 i« 12 /' 

Pelsall Coal and Iron (\)mpanj. 15 / 10 d 

Pender (John; on the Direct Cable Coinpanx*. 2:1 

;■ 9 rt 
Peninsular and Oriental SteairvXarigation Cosa- 

pany. 19 «< 9 /«— HO w 7/— G y G e 
Penny Grie^atx'e. 19 m 5 d 
Pentecost, PeHtival of. 19 m ^c 
Penzance yLord) his Siilary. 18 h lOy" 
Pepper. State of Trade in, 5 a 7 / 
Pernk, New Sid tan, 18 a 5 « 
Pennijisive Bill, 21 m 4 a 

Meeting at Exeter Hall ab»mr. 29 / 10 /* 

at Kenniiigton about, 7 / 12 </ 

Persia — Mr. Anmld's Account of. 31 jw 12 & 

.MH.ssacre of Pilgrims at Moilina. 17 «i 5 ^ 

MiseellaneouH News, 18 #/ o </ — 19 a h b 

Pilgrims at Medina Attacked by Tuiks. 27 

a oj 

Sanitary lieform in. 25 ;;i 11 6 

the Shah Confers Orders on Prinee Mibfi 

and otluMs. JU sn n d 

Waitiiii: to Occupy Bagda '. 1 J 5 r 

Peru and tireut Britain, 5 / lo a 

Peterbo'-ougb. Conservative Banqnet ar. 5 •! G * 

Petiiicming the Queen Mr. I)e Morgan aii«i Mf. 

(>(»SM. 7/11/ 

Pc*r. kMmi. State of Trade in. .' /. 7/ 
Phant<mi Carrit^ie in Hyde Park. 18 a lO /' 
X^hjirQiaeeutiCal S*»ciety, Annual (>onver.<azi«>ne. 

17 »/i 10 r 

I*bear (J B.) on Indian FaoHnes and Village 

Organ i'/.a'i<m. 12 a 10 ci 
Ph(a.s;ints' Kgirs. Note?* on. 29 « 7 f 
Phillips ^J. Uowland; on (>ity Companies*, 17 a 

12 r 

(Lewis; on the •* Courier of Lyon«s" 24 

M 6 d ' . 

rW.) on OavendiKh Cxdleg©^ 22 m 4 d 

Phonetic Sjjelling. 12 w/ 13 f/ 

Phrenix Park Riot Case, Judgment, \ j o f 

Pho.«pho-Guano Company, »5 / 10 h 

Physicians, Royal Citlloge of. Annual Coni^erjrr* 
zione. 21 / 10 d 

Piano Manufi.cruring. II ; 12 « 

Pigott (Richard) on Mr. O'SuUivan in Prison, 3 
a 8/ 

Pigou & Co. and the Spurious Finn. 19 « 9 /' 
Pirn. Bros. & Co, Poplin Factory t() be a Liiiiite^ 

Coinpaiay, I -t / 8 </ 
Pitcairn v. Island. 12 o 10 6 
Plague Chines^e Treatment of, ^ w 4/ 

in Bagdad, 27 a 11 a 

in '1 eiu'raii, 2G n 5 /' 

Planet .Mars Mr. Gill's Expetlition to Observe, 

17<7G/ 
Plate Desiu'n.^ for the Paris Exhibition, 17 w 9 / 
Plater (Count' Letter to Mr, Glad^ttone oh 

Poland. 23 i„ 9/ 

on Pi.luul 17 /!» 7 d^2^m 9/ 

Plenro-Pneumoniii. 2(1 / 7 « 

Plnmsfead (^onrnnon. Air. De Morgan Remare4 

the Fences airain, 28 /« U «/— 29 m 7 t--18 j 8 



•J 11116 so. 1377.] rALiiKti's iNDKX r<j ** thk ^iiiks *' m:wspapkr. 



roi 



riunijiteafl Common, Illegal Arrests, '20 J 10 f 

~ Mr. Kimber'8 Letter. 2(; / 10 / 

Keply to the Inquiry Why Mr. I)e Morgan 

MTOA Libonited before his Time, 2.J m <> e 
KA;usonfor Ileleusin^^ Mr. lie Morgan, 2,i j 

(>« 
Poetry and Diplomacy, 14 / 10 A 
PoiBoiied Milk, Effect of the Sale of, at Baniet, 

11 ;8e 
POLiCB :— 
Abrahams, John, for Uailway Act Offence, 

29 / lie 

Adams, Charles, for Damaging a List of 



Paupers. 6 n a h 
ote al>oat, u S h 



and Ahml Turner, for Burglary, 30 a 

11 e 

— Affiliation Ca«e. 12 a 12 « 

Akers, llichard Walter, for Assault, 24 wi 



11 e 



— AUcroft, Emma, for Stcaliniir. 10 w 11 e 

— AUeit, George, and others, for Stealing 25 
mile 

Application to Eject Lodgers Suffering with 



Small Pi»x, 12 //' 14 ./— 18 m W f 

about a Lunatic Woman, 18 ; 14 <i 

■ for a Licence to Ueiliove Cattle, 1 m 11/ 
to Remove Mr. Gardners* Beggars, 14 m 



13/ 



about Slade Case, 5 m 14 r — S m 12 e 
to Stop Selling the •• Fruits of Philosophy 



»» 



in the Street s. 15 m 12 a 

about Unseaworthy Ship, 7 m \2 h 



— AiX'luT. tieo.. for As.<ault. 23 m 11 / 

— Army Clothing Department Nuisanceabout 
16all (/ 

— Ashby, James Bennett, for Assault, 29 7 
12c 

Thomas, for Keeping Petroleum Without 



a Licence, 30 ? 1 4 /# 
— ^ Ashwuod, Eli L.. for Embezzlement, 2j 14 

rt— 8 / 1 1 «— 14 / 13 <?— 15 ; 12 a 
Atkins, Alfred, for Railway Act Offence, 10 

mile 
Attefiborouirh. Gih)., for Not Dcliveriug up 

a Pledge 31 w 1 1 e— 21 / 12 <; 

■ Attryne. Henry, for Stv*aling, 20 ; 12 A 

■ Austin. Alicf. for I nsub«M*di nation, 25 n 12 a 

Joseph, for Selling Adulterated Milk, IH 

J Ub 

Auckland. Elizalx^lh. for Stabbing, 20 m 11 b 

. Bailey. George, for Stabbing, 4 « 12 a 

Henry, for Aswinlt. 4 / 14 a 



— Baker, Francis, for Selling Adulterated 
Milk, 25 / 14 a 

James, for Wife As-^anlt, 2 m 13 « 

Martha, for Attempting to Poison her 



Mistress, Irt a 10 h 

Wm.. for Wii'e Assault, 21 m 12 n 

— Ball. Joseph, for Drunkenness, B a \i a 

— Balls, Henry, for Assault. 12 / 12 6 

— Ballisa, George Janus, for Wife Assai^lt, 2 

— Bamberger. Stanley, for Railway Act Of- 
fence, 14 /« 13 e 

— Banks, Clara, for Attenn»ted Mtirder, 21 ;/» 



Police {roufihueti). 

Bernard, Wm.. for Cutting ai^d Wounding, 

12/ 12 </ 

Barne-'', Thomas, for FuriUis Driving, 18 U 

n e 

Harquean. L.. for Fraud. 24 wa II </ 

^ — Birr. Andrew, for Burglary, 28 a 13 /* 
Barra;id. H. P., for Attempted Fraud, 20 y 

12 a 
Barry, George, for Drunkenness, &c., 5 a 

11 a 

Bartlett. Johti, for Burglary. 12 «/ 14 ^ 

Bass, Kmrly, and another, foi Stealing, 21 

/// 1 2 u 

Basset. Mrs. Edith, for Assaulting her 

Maid, 14 / 1» /' 

Batchi'lor, — for Smoke Nuisance. 0/m 14 u 

Batf man, Joseph, for Neglecting his Duty, 

14; !3e 
Battan, Richard, for Burglary, 15 m 12 a — 

23 mile 
• — Beaufoy, Wm., for Navigation Act Offence, 

10 a 11 d 
Bcavis, Rutley Edward, for Attempted Sui- 

cid<>, 21 /« 12 rf 

Thos. H., for Selling Adulterated Bread, 



I'i; 14 h 

Beedham, John, for Cutting and Wounding 

22 m 12 a 

Beeston, E., for Assault, 1 j 12 a 

Beerging Persons, 2(>/w 13 e 

Bellamy, Thomas, and others, for Cruelty 

to An mals. Hi a \\ d 

Ben jon, Henry, for Stealing. 1 / 12 rt 

Beresford. Lord Murcus, and Mr. Jones, 

Cross Summon 'ies, 8 m 12 r 

Besley, John, lor Assault, 13 ; 12 a 



Bevan, Alfred, for Attempted Murder, 23 

q\) r 

hevms, Charlton, for Cruelty to a Game 

Co(:k. 25 /// « e 

Beverly, W., for Selling Adulterated Peas, 

10 m 13 /■ 
Bickiev, MilnerandPickenng, for Assault, 

7>l2cy ' 

Bird. Thos.. for Sending Bnd Meat to Mar- 
ket. 25 a 1 2 a 

Biss. Wm., for Stealing, 23 a 11/ 

Bisi-el. Wm. and Geo. Curtis, for Stealing, 

22 m 12 .1 

Block, .fames, for Stealing, 23 m 1 1 c — 30 

m n ^; 

Blade. Ann, for Drunkenness. C$ a M d 

Bia/ing, James, for Horse Stealing, (5; 12 a 

Blizard. James, for Assault, \bj 12 « 

Black. James, for Ste«!ing. I'Sj 12 a 

Bolding: William, and another, for Sanitary 

Act Offence, 1 7 a 1 1 « 

Bone. Geo . for Refusing to have his Child 



Vaccinated. 10 / 12 a 

~ Booth. John, for Stefiling. 2 / 14 & 



Pi«>'*tun. H«^'nry. for Assault. 4 « 12 at 

Bolting. Ktlwanl. for Cutting and Wound- 
ing. 2'.> w 1 1 c— 5 j 12 //— 20 7 12 /I 
— • Boullon, Aldernan, attd his Workmen, for 
M.'dicions Injury. 21 » 12 A 



Fo! 



»» 



CALMKU S INDKX TO " TIIK TIUKS NEW8PAPEK. 



[April 1 to 



I*o]ic« (nuitinued). 

liraulbiuj^h flnl Besant, for Publishing 

Oi stvi.e Bo»»ks. (i // 1 1 ^— iX a 1 1 d—'jOa 1 1 d 

Hrt'Hkoy and Hyun. for Hobb ry, ."> m l\/ 

' liivtr. Walter, for Kmbezzlejiient, 2.S wile 

Brickinakers Strike, Suinruunses about, 18 

lu : 1 / 

Bridges, P. Ganton, for Wife Assault, 8 m 



12 e 

— Briers, Charles, for Assault, 5 j 12 a — 20 j 
12 a 

— Britten, Thomas, and Louisa Caird, for 
Burglary, u 1 1 e 

— Bnnler, Wm., for Stealing, 27 a 12 a— 28 
a 13<; 

— Bronifteld, Thomas, for Fraud, lojAJ 

— Brooks, George, for Wife Assault, 2(> m 13./ 

— Brown, Andrew, for Drunkenness, &c., 21 



»i 12(1 

George, for Assault, 8 m 12 e 

James, for Assault, 12 a 12 a 

for Burglary, 5 »i 14 c 



12 « 



Uobert, for Manslaughter, 29 ;« 11 e — oj 

Thomas, for Selling Indecent Books, 13 
tt 12 a— 23 a 11 e 

— Browne, Samuel, and Mary Jane, for Mur- 
dering their Children, 4 / 8 rf 

— Bull. Geo., for Wife Assault. 2G ; 12 » 
Bunker, Thomas W., for Threats, 7 a 12 a 



Burkell, Thos. Geo., for Breach of Contiact, 

2 tn 13 e 
Burnell, Thos^ and others, for Cattle Act 

Offence, 2\ a \A b 

Bums. Quinn, and others, for Riot, 27 i 9f 

— — Burrell, George, for Drunkenness, &c., 27 a 

12 a 
Burrows, Robert Henry, for Stealing, 31 m 

11 e 

Burton, Charles Robert, for Fraud, 1 w 11 

€—4 m 11 /— 18 m 1 1/— lo.; 12 a— 21 ; 12 a 
Busby, Frederick,* for Abusive Language, 5 

all a 
Buller, Geo. Wm.. and others, for Cruelty 

to Cats. 24 o 12 A— 2G a 10/ 

. James, for Assault, 15 m 12 a 

Buxton, Frederick, for Inciting to Rescue, 

10 m 11 e 
Byrne, Henry, for Cruelty to Animals, 17 

a 11 d 

Byron, Susan, for Assault. 1 / 12 a 

Callow, and George, for Threats, 5 j 12 a 

Culo, Raffaeli, and his W^ife. for Cruelty to 

their Son, 10 a 11 e— 17 a 11 J— 24 a 12 6—1 

w 11 «? 
Cameron, John, for Manslaughter, 23^ 14 

6—29 ; 12 c 
. Thomas Brough, for Embezzlement, 6 / 

12 a 

Cane, Thomas Joseph, and another, for 

Assault, 9 a 1 1 « 

Canns, Fred. William, for Assault, Id j 

12 a 

. Capp, Peter, for Asi<ault, 24 w II e 

^—- Caproll James, and others, for Drunken- 
ness, &c., 29 m 1 1 6 



Police {rontinued). 

C-a.^seras, Wm., for Selling Indecent Photo* 

grH|ihs. 14 ri 14 f 

Castle, fcUlward, for Loitering, 25 j 14 a 

— Henry for Wife Assault. 7 ; 13 « 

Calchi>ole, George, for Wife Assault, 12 « 

12 a 

Caunter, — , for Railway Act Offence, 23 a 



11/ 

Chapman, John, and Frederick, for Steal- 
ing, 8 m 12 e— 19 m 13 e 

Charlton, Mary Jane, for Cruelty to a Dojr, 



19a 11 e 

— Cheshire, and Leary, for Nuisance, 29 ■ 
11 d 

Chivers, Charles, for Refusing to Give up 

Books aud Papers Belonging to a Society, ^ 
y 14 c 

Churcher, Edward, and another, for Cattle 

Act Offence, 24 m 1 1 « 

Chown, Wm., for Asi^ault, 12 a 12 o 

Clark, Charles, and another, for Embezzle- 
ment, 4 a 12 a 

CUy, Thomas Linse^, for Stealing, 21 a 



14 6 

Clements, Dennis, for Assault, 10 a 1 1 e 

Clifford, Patrick, for Carry mg a Gun With* 

out a Licence, 15 / 12 a 
Clifton, Henry, and others, for Removing 

Catt'.e Without Licence, It> a 1) a 
Clinker, Elizabeth, for Stealing, Ac, 14 / 

13 e 



— Clinton, Lord Albeit, for Non-Payment <rf 
a Cab Fare, 2 a 9 /— 5 alio 

— Codiin, James, for Reckless Dnring, 18 ; 
14 a 

— Codiin, James, for Reckless Driring, 18 / 
14 a 

— Cole. John, for Burglary, 24 m 11 « 

— Coley, Wm., and another, for Assault, 8 m 
12 e 

— Collier, John, for Assault, 10 a 11 e 

— Colliery Rioters, at Hotherham, 16 a 9/ 

— Collins, Daniel, for Assault, 4i 14 a 
John, for Robbery, \2 j o d 



— Conolly, James, and others, for Disorderly 
Conduct, 27; 12 A 

— Conway, Isaac, and others, for Stealing, 11 
7 14 a 

— Conynham, Maud Godfrey, for Fraud, 1 1 
M 11 /— 15 m 12 <i-19 Ml 13 e— 20 »h 13 <— 30 
m n d 

— Cunningham, and others, for Murder, 29 j 
12 c 

— Cook, James, for Stealing. 8/11 « 
John, for Drunkenness, &c.. 2/146 

and Smith, for Removing Cattle Without 



a Licence, 28 « 13 /' 

— Cooper, Lucy, for Stealing, 2 a 9 e 

Henry G., for Taking in a Pledge from a 



Child, 1 G a 1 1 e 

John, for Picking Pockets, 2 a 9 « 

Wm., and anoilier, tor Obstruction, 20 a 



11 e 



— Copland, — , for Adulteration Act Offence, 
21 m 12 b 



June 30, 1877.] pai.mku's indkx to " tiik thiks'' NKwst-Ai'Kii. 



Pol 



Police {ronthiued). 

C'uul on. Thonms, for Damn ire. o </ ] i /' 

(%iurit*nay, Thomns. for Metropolis Loral 

ManAgemeat Act OflPen te. i) / IH *; 

— Cox. Aiuelia, for Starving? a (Miild. \T> j I) / 
Ar:hur, and others, fur Fiaud, \'I a Vi tt 



—ID a 11 d 

Edward, for Stealing. 3 m We 



— Cresswell, Alfred, for Allowing a Ferocious 
Dog to be at Large. 23 a 11 /' 

— Crew, James, and another, for Stealing, 2 

— Cross, Philip, for Threats, 2/14 «— 4 / 14 
a--7;13« 

and Sherwood, for Explosives Act Of- 



fence, 22 ; 12 a 

— Cruelty to Wild Fowls, for Summonses 
about 21 a 14 & 

— CuUen, Dennis, for Assault, 12 a 12 a 
Cunningham, William, for Assault, 10 a 



lis 

Thomas, and another, for Refusing to 

Work. 21 a 14 6 

Currey, Stephen, and another, for Selling 



"Fruits of Philosophy", 26 / 12 a 

Curtis, Fred. John, and others, for Absent- 



ing Themselves from Duty, 19 m 13 « 
— Dakin, Thomas, for Murdering his Sister, 
22 III 6 d— 29 m 9 f 

D'Ampragio, Antonio, and another, for 



Annoyance, 10 m 11 e 

— Da vies, John, for Selling Adulterated Milk, 

Sjll/ 

Robert Eyre, for Picking Pockets, 14 ^ 



Ids 



Samuel, for Keeping a Male Servant 
Without a Licence. 22 ; 12 a 

and Uerons, for Exposing Shorn Sheep 



for Sale, 26 a 9 / 
— Davis, John, for Assault, 9 m 14 a 
Thomas, for Stealing, 8; 11 / 



n/* 



Day, Henry, for Cattle Act Oflfence, 23 m 



for Posting Bills, 80 m 11 « 



— Devan, Alfred, for Attempted Murder, 9 a 
7e 

— Denton, Marie, and another, for Fraud, 16 
m 12 a 

— DevoU, Samuol Edward, for Libel, 27 a 

12 a 

— Dewley, Mary, for Stealing, 15 ; 12 a 

— Dance, Mrs., Formerly a Shaker, to Compel 
her Husband to Support her and her Children, 

13 a 12 6— 19 a lie 
Dixon, Frank, and another, for Stealing, 30 



m 11 d— 6 J 12 a 

— Dodge, Joseph, a Cabman, for Demanding 
More than his Fare. 26 i 12 6 

— Dolling, Constable, for Assistance, 17 m 11 e 

— Dougal, George Richard, for Fraud. 7 ; 
13/ 

— Douglas, E. N. M., for Refusing to Pay hit 
Fai-e, 23 y 14 a 

— Dover, James, imd another, for Selling 
Adulterated Milk, 24 m 1 1 e 

— Downer, Charles, M.R.C.S., for Fraud, 20 a 



Felice {rotttinpff/}. 

r>ow!*fti. Hrnry. for Assiiiilr, 12 / 12 »/ 

Dnininiond, Jwhn. lor Atteinpiiii^ loStual, 

'.) til 1 4 a 

Diisrpni. Tiuioiliy. for Sft-arne. 't it II // 

Uuii'jain. Mrs., jjjiie ilusbandV Insurance, 

12 m 14 r 

- Durmnd. Louis, for Kseping a Still With- 
out a Licence. 31 m lie 

for Stealing, 11 » 14 a 



— l:lady, Sidney Shaw, for Fraud, 6 <i 1 1 rf— 9 
a II e 

— Kohevarria, Capt., for Cattle Transit Of- 
fence. 24 /« 4/ 

Kdgiiigfon. Edwin Thomas, snd others, for 



Fraud. 30 a 11 e— 3 m 11 e— 9 w J4 a 
— Kdmeads, Chas., for Assault, 26 m 13 /* 
Edwards, John, and another, for Burglary, 



4 a 12 a 



for Fraud, 10 w 11/ 



Edward, for Assault, 9 a 11 e— 23 a 13 y 

— Emerson. Mrs. C, Application for Assist^ 
ance, 30 a 11/ 

— Eldon, Wm., and another, for Cruelty to a 
Horse, lljMa 

— Elliott, Ambrose, for Stealing, 7i 13 e 

— Ellis, Mary Ann, for Stealing, 26 w 13 e 

— Elson, Thomas, for Attempted Wife Mur* 
der, 14 J 13 e 

and Hanson, for Leaving their Woik 



Without Giving Notice, 30 / 4 6 

— Erlan, Major, for a Summons for Assault, 
16; 12 a 

— Evans, Thomas, for Attempted Suicide, 28 
m 11/ 

Everett, James, for Cruelty to a Horse, 14 



ml3/ 

Faircloth, Charles Duncan, for Forgery, 18 



;8 6 

— Fairbank, Joseph, for Explosives Act Of* 
fence, 4 m 11/ 

Fareweattier, James, for Posting Bills, 28 



mile 

— Falkner, and Ashplant, for Refusing to 
Show a List of Tenants, 8^11/ 

— Favel, Jane, for Murder, 11 a 13 c — 16 a 10 
rf— 18o6/ 

— Felton, James, for Allowing Gambling in 
his House, 11 a 13 e 

— Ffrance, Robert, for Cruelty to his Horses, 
8/11/* 

Fenton, Thos., for Not Disinfecting his 



House, 16j 14 6 

— Fidgell Thos., for Disorderly Conduct, 18 
mil/ 

— Field, Greo., for Drunkenness and Assault, 
16ml2b 

Jane, for Vagrancy, 10 m 11 e 

John Michael, for Embezzlement, 10 m 



11 e 



■— Fisher, Philip, for Stealing, 11 ; 14 a 

— Fitzgibbon, Margaret, and another, for 
Assault, 19 /12 a 

- — Fitzwilliams, B. Charles, and another, for 
Burglary, 2 a 9 /" 

— Fletcher, Thos., and others, for Mines 



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r<4LMEirfl IN1>K}C TO ** TIIF. TIMTS " NFAVSlWrKI!. 



[Ajfril 1 1' 



I'o.ice . cutttniitr I ). 

- -~ rl,v.»n 4ouu. iiiv As}«aiilt, IfJ / \'I o 

i o4»,ri V. ..ijtt.. tor >\ iio Afsauli. I'H ; I'i '/ 

i iM)j. 1 III).-.. :(ir Hcui.jvii.j^ Culiic Wijhout 

u i-«icvnc.'. _;» ■# I> / 

ii'iHH, l-icciick. Utv Sicaling, iU a 11 </ — 

Jburt'iuaii, .lames, for Fniiul. 7 / liJ e 

l*ulv^.el^ Juliii, tor Attsaiilt. 2:i a 1 1 <• 

l'uc>brot)k, John lialdwin, lor Luuacyj J(> 

M 12 (/ 

F<»x, S.. and otliers, for Selling Liquor 

wijhia l^roliibiiutl Hours. 7 a 12 *• 
Kruiicis, lieury, ami otliers, for Ajt^ntilt, 2 

u \) I 

French. Herbert, for Fiainl, 2(5 /// IH e 

hjkI ri'ii(iluna.for.tloviii<; cattle Without 

H LiceiR'o. H u \'l ii 

Fullager, Jv.hn ICtlw.. for Sfciling. 2 a 'J t 

Garliuid, Louisa, for Hobhery. 'J / lii t/ 

(jrt.rotl, J allies, uiid oiher., for Sieallng, 

25 /« 1 1 c 

Garnhain, Edw., for Attempted Suicide, 2 

jt\ V6 e 

Uibbs, Elizabeth, for Manslaughter. 3 « 1 1 (/ 

Gibt*on, Mary Ann, lor Assault, 16 m 11 /" 



Police C« untt r HVtl) . 

Unrtih-s. ihn-.. and others, for I'lcki". 

— - tir(M>,.i. — . Jor llefusing to Work i*^ 
Sunujiv. .J> ./' 12 // 

(iiu\e, IJiuhird. for Selling Aduherak! 

IVas, II »/ i;u 
ii Wynne, Corporal, and others, fur Stcabitf. 

1 //I I I / 
llalahan. l*eter Augustu.*. for Sanitary A-: 

Offence, S» // lie 
liall, CathLM'ine, and others, for Vbkr.i 

Assault . I ; 12 // 
V harlot I V, anil another, for Abdoctxw 

11) m 1;; f 

— - Frederick, for Neglecting his Wife tn«i 
Children. 9 a 11/ 

Henry, for Attempted Murder, 11 / U* 



— 16 ; 14 it 

Lsravl, for Wife Asaijilt, 13 / 12 a 

James, for Mealing, 21 7 12 b 

W ni., for liurglary, 17 a 11 «— 2Sy U a 



(jillett, Geo. Allied, for having a Large 

Quantity of reli oleum on his Premises, 12 m 

Gihnore, Rev. Mr,/for Sanitary Act Offence, 

18 a 1 1 « 

Glascodine, Wm., for Railway Act Offence, 

20; 12 c 

^— GliddoD, Alfred, and otherj", for Conspiracy, 
11) m 13 e— 25 /w II e—6j\\/ 

' Gobby and lUdridge, for Assault. 20 / 12 a 

Godfrey, Edw., lor a Licence, 8 m 12 / 



— ^ Godhard. Luther, for Manslaughter. 23 m 8 b 

' Golding. Francis Chus., tor Fraud, 3 u 10 c 

—11 a V6U 

Goodhll, Geo., for Stealing, 6 <i 1 1 « 

Goodchiid, — . lor Ai'sislauce, 2*.l,; 12 c 

James, for Nuisance, 3"J tn lie 



Goode, Wai., for Litoxicatlng Liquors Act 

Offence, 7 i« 12 6 
— - Goodwin, Geo., for Cattle Act Offence, 11 

Gould, Christopher, for Fraud. 19a lie 

Graham, Catherine, for Stabbing, 21 a 

Hb 
• Gray, Wm., for Railway Act Offence, 1 j 

12 a 
Gr?en, Aaron, for Selling Indecent Prints, 

10 a 11 e 

Alfred, and others, for Assault, 21 w» 12 a 

^- for Reckless Driving, 28 / 12 « 

George, lor Incendiarism, 5 a 1 1 /> 

Martha, for Child Stealing, 7 a 10 6 

Thos., for Wife Assault, 14^ 13/ 

Timothy, for Begging, 29 1 1 2 c 



— - • Walter, for Cattle Diseases Act Offenoe, 

13 a 12 a 

Greig, Lewis, for Fraud. 30 / 14 A 

Grey, Edward, add another, for Stealing, 

24 //I lie 
«— — Griffith, Jan;es, for Burglary, I w 11 e — 9 



.» 1 i 



Hallion. Thos^ ar,d Wm., for Wanderin;;. 

2Gj 12 a 
ilrtlney, Wm.. for Allowing Three Ferocl>a» 

Dogs to be at Large. 7 ; 13 / 

Hamilton, l-iord Chas.. for Drunkenness.-* 

a 13 / 

Maitland, for Fraud. 19 7' 5./" 

Hampson, Freilerick, for Wife Assault. ^ 

; 12 a 
Hanks, Richard, for Exercising a IliH^e, H 

m 13/ 

Hardy, John, for Assault, 6j 12 a 

Hargreaves, Grainger, for Preacliing in tlk 

Streets, 2\ j (if 
Harman, John, and another, for Asssult 

23 ni 1 1 ./ 
Hani;;an, James, to be Given up to hU 

Mother, 7 a 12 a 

for Stealing, 27 i 12 a 

Harrison, Herl>ert Taprill, and others, f«>r 

Fraud, 5 a 11 a— 13 a 12 a 
John, for Drunkenness, &c., 7 j 13 « 

Win., and another, for Burglary, 30a 11 ' 

Harryside, Alex., for Adulteraiion An 

Offence, 30 a 1 1 e 

Hart, Geo., for Bnrghiry, 26 m 13 /* 

Harvey, Thos., for Unlawful Possession. T 

a 12u 
Hatfield, Mary, for Attempted Suicide. -■• 

J 14 a 
Hawes and Sons, for Uidawf ul Detention. . 

a 12 a— 8 ni 12 e 

Hawkins. James, for Stealing. 29 m 1 1 f 

and Wilkington, for WiUul Damage '> j 



12 (/ 



liny, Geo., for Assault, 19 a 11 e 

Hayes, James, for Wife Assault. 21 / }2* 

-^ — Havward, Adelaide, for Attempted SuicitK*. 

31 m n e 
-— Haywood, Wm., for Selling ** Fruits ol 

Philosophy," 28 ; 12 a 
Healey, Green and Polluck, for Stealing, J 

m 14 c 
Hearne, Richard, and his Wife, for Man- 



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roi 



3 (^ contiTtued), 

Irleramings, Luke, for Assault, j 13 d 
Heuiiea^sey. Jauies. for Burglary, 20 i \*1 a 
llennis, Lillie, fur DrunketineM^, IT u W f. 
llen.Hon, -^op., for CutliiiK ami Wounding, 
m 12 « — 2y /« li «?— 07 1 2 </— 12 / 12 ^ 
Herbert, J. R, for SelUng Adulterated l*«a8, 

a la « 

ilernng^, Wm., for DrunkenDess, &c., 26 ^ 
b 

Hester, Jostph Gray, for Felony, 11 j \l a 
• Uigipas. Martin, for Assault. 3 m 11 « 

— Hill, AUce, for SteaUnjr, 25 a 12 a— 1 1 w U « 

Chaawv for Firing off a Gun in the Public 

lighway. 6 o 10 A 

Maria, for Threats, 27/126 

— Hillier, H«nry, and another, for Selling 
lad Meat, 1 ; 12 a 

— Uoldbrook, a Policeman, for Saving a 
kVoDian's Life, 20 ; 12 a 

— Hollandt, Wm., for Embezzlement, 6 a 11 
/— Un 12 a— 20 a 11 d 

— Holoiaa, Geo., for Allowing his Dog to 
Worry Sheep, 6 j 12 a 

— Holmes, Geo., for Allowing his Dog to 
Disturb the Waterfowl in the Park, 14 a 14 6 

James, and another, for Violent Assault, 

2 a9/ 

— Hook, St. Pierre Butler, for Neglecting his 
Wife and Children, 6 a 11 «— 13 a 12 n 

— Hooper and Jolly, for Cattle Act Offence, 
2(* a 10/ 

Hope, Adrian E., for Cruelty to a Horse, 

22/ 12 a 
Uopkms, Wm., for Refusing to Sell Milk 

to a Sanitary Inspector, *>oj 14 a 

lloriun, George, for Iteckless Driving, 7 a 

12 6 

llozier and Gearley, for Robbery, 9^ 13 e 

Hughes, Capt., for Not Shewing Lightji on 

his Vessel, 30 a 4 « 

Humphries, Geo., for Conspiracy, 17 a 6 e 

Geo. Charles, for Assault, 18^ 14 a 



Hunt. Herbert, for Fraud, 6 a 11 a 

HusRey, Thos., for Assault, 9i 13 tf 

Hutchins, Thos., for Cattle Act Offence, 9 

m 14 h 
— Hutchinson. Henry, for Stealing. 11 a 13 <f 
Ireland, Win., and others, for ITelony, 4 j 

14 a 
• hnicf , Benjamin, and another, for Threats, 

i4nae 

Jack, Wm., and another, for Merchant 

jNhippinj? Act Offence, 7> 13/ 

' Jacobs. Barnard, and another, for Factories 

Act Offence, 5; 12 a 

. James, Geo., for Cruelty to his Wife, ?6 wi 

13 < 

. John, for Stealinar, 26 / 12 6 

Tho8„ for Dit;orderly C-onduct, 29 m 11 e 

.— Jamwin. Henry, for Stabbing, 28 j 12 a 
" — - Jarris, Vernon, for Stealing, IG a lie 
^ — JenldnwD, J. H, D., for SelUng Adulterated 

Drags, 17x1 10 </ 
. — JuhnsoQ, Henry, for Catting and Wonndiog, 
30)14 6 



Police {<oHt iruted). 

.lolly. Henry, and otlwrs, for Cattle Act 

Uffemre. l*> /i 1 ! e 

Jonf^. Kllen. for ApsauU, 14 fi 14 c 

Henry, for Assault, 2<) 7" 12 a 

for Attempting to Murder his Wife. 



HjalOd 

John, for Stealing. 23 r» 1 1 / 

Julia, for Deserting their Children, 5 / 



12 a 

— Jordan, James, for Stenlin^r, 13 i 14 a 
Richard, for Stealing, 12 a 12 a 



— Jutson, Chas., for Causing an Obstruction, 
15 m 12 a 

Kaler, Peter, for Cutting and Wounding, 



22 m 12 6 

— Kaspang, Joachim, for Obstructio'*, 24 a 
12 6 

— Keen. Fred., for Not having his Child 
Vaccinated. 24 a 12 6 

— Kolleher, Daiu, for Unseamanlike Conduct, 
7 a 6c— 9 a 5/ 

— Kelly and Coins, for Selling ^ Frnits of 
Adultery," 29; 12 r 

— Kemp, Richard H.. for Disorderly Conduct, 
16 a 11 « 

— Kenealy, Jeremiah, for Sanitary" Act ( )f- 
fence. 25 a 12 a 

— Kennedy, Patrick, for Assault. 6.) 12 n 

— Kensington- Gore Mansions Company, Man- 
ager of, for Fraud, 23 / 14 a 

— Kent, — , for Assault, 18 a 11 r 

— Kenyon. Robert Henr)-. for Frninl. 7 / 13 * 

— Kerrisun. Wm.. for iJegj:in;i. M* } \\ n 

— Kevsworth, Henry, and another, for FramL 
30.7 14 6 

— Kidd, Henry, for Manslaughter. 14 //< l.*J *• 

— Killier, John, for Sniugglinif. 22 / I ' a 

— Kiich, Anton Oscar Voy, forKinbt»y!z>nKMit. 
27/ 12 a 

King, Henry, for Building Act Oflfei.cc. 'J 



all/ 

Thos. Henry, for Disorderly CondtuT. \\> 



J 12 a 

Kinnear, Phillip, for Assault. Siv., 17 /i 1 1 "• 

Kirkhouse, H., for Mines ik»k"* i''**'* Ait 

Offence, 15 m 12 c 

Kirlty, Patrick, for Wife As<nn!f. 1 1 *» i;; I 

Knight, George, for Atteni))ie.i Munior. «» 

alid 
and Gregory, for Parks Uo:;ulMii.».i Act 

Offence. 14; i3e 

Lacrolx. Henry, for Burglary. 30 / 14 /> 

Laidman, Leonard, for Kmbczzlement, 21 

m 12 n 

Lamport, Richard, for Fraud. 13y 12 a 

Lander, Chas., for Stabbing. 12 j 5 d 

Lane, Wm., for Disorderly Conduct and 

Assault, 9 j 13 e 
Lan.'ridge, Mary Ann, for Not Providin*; 

for her Daughter. 25 m \0 d 
Larking, Jame^^, for Cattle Act Offence, IC 

j 14 6 
Ixie, Charles Henry, for Drunkenness, &c., 

81 m 11 c 
Thos.. for Selling and Publishing an 



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lolice (^continued). 

Lcnaney, Luke, for Assault, 11 « IS r/ 

' Lvnnox, Lord Francis, for Obstruction, 21* 

III 12 a 

Ia'O, Hermann Martin, for Fraud. 7 «: 12 a 

Levett, Walter, for Wilful J>uuiage, Icf m 

11/ 



Lewellyn, John, for Assault, 28/ 12 a 

m Lewis, Margan, lor Bankruptcy Act Of- 
fence. 21 W 12 ri 

- — Lidstone, Alfr d. for Stealing, 4 a 12 a — 12 
a 12/* 

<i— - Lincolit. John, and anoth3r, for Smoking 
in a Thcai re. 23 /« 1 1 « 

London Tramways Company, for Unlaw- 
ful Detention, 25 j 14 a 

" Little. Jane, for Attempted Suicide, \')j 12 a 

< Lofthouse, Joseph, for Misbehaviour, 21 j 

12 a 

— — Lonsdale and Co,, for Factory Act Offence, 

I j 12 a 

- — Lynch. Eilwanl. for Assault, 6 / 12 6 

Michael, for Drunkenness, &c., iil m 11 e 

n Lyons, Joseph, for Deserting his Wife, 6 a 

II a 

\Vm., for Drunkenness, &c., 13 / 12 a 

Macdoiinell, John, for Assnult, 18 j 4 o 

Mac-Gibbon, John, for Terjury, G all rf 

Macklin, A. Louisa, for Threats. 16 m 11/ 

■i Macnaught, John, for Manslaughter, 12 a 

12/1— 19 a II «-l wi 11 e 
— — Magnis, Jacob, for Railway Act Offence, 

14 a 14 c 
Maidment, John, for Railway Act Offence, 

16/ 14 a 
MaiUard, Louis, for Wilful Damage, 18 a 

ll« 
— <--* Mallot, Louis, for Refu»ing to Sell to an 

Analyst, Am 12 a 
Malooey, Patrick, for Wounding, 21 m 12 6 

— 2rf wi II /— 4 } 14 '/ 

a Man. for Siealiuj;. 3 a 10 r 

Mnnning. John, lor lock Dublwng. 17 a 9/ 

" Thos , aiulanoiher, lor liurglary, 2 / 14 a 

„ Mansell. Ambrose, and another, tur Cruelty 

to a Vouy, G ♦! 1 1 « 
— John Ivlwurd, for Selling Adulterated 

Milk. 22 / 12 h 
Marsstin, Tly>8„ for Allowing Betting, 1 ; 

- — Marfiu. (iet». Wui.. for Disturbance, 2 ; 14a 
- — ■ — . Mat I Ik- w. for Wife At^sauU, 21 m 12 6 

IV Weder, for Adulteration Act Offence, 



U./ la / 

— Mar Mue. Wm.. for Assault, 8 / 11 / 

Mason. Jessie, for Drunkenness, 5 a 11 a 



— - — Mary, for Stealing, 4 i 14 a 
-^.— - Richard, and another, for Burglary, 14 m 

18/ 
«^ Master of Sboreditch Workhouse, for De- 
taining a Man*s Clothes, 24 a 12 6 
— — Matthews, Wm., for Stealing. 5 »/» 14 c 
~ Mftvnard, Richard, for Assault^ 26 m 18 / 

— M'Calligat, Michael, for Wounding, 2 m 18 c 
•- — M'Canly^. Charles, and another, for Smug- 
gling, 23 m {\ d 



Police (inntivueiij. 

M-Cartney, Wm. Wallace, for Embezzk- 

menf, 9 j \'A e 

M'Deniiott, Edw. and Bernard, for AssaaU, 



\1 n \\ d 

M'Lee, Ann, for Attempted Murder, 19 m 



bd 
M'Nallv, Richard, for Stabbing hit Wife, 

29 in y / 
Meadows, Wm., a Policeman, for Theft, 21 

mil d 

Merry. Alfred, for Burglary. 22 » 12 a 

Metcalfe*. (Charles, for Assault, 10 a 11 e 

Meyer, Andre Alphonse, for Stealing, 19 i 

12 a 

Milford. Geo., for Murder, 2 m 13 e 

Mills, John, for Stealing, 29 m 11 e 

Milnes, Frank, for Stealing, 26 m IS f 

Missing Persons, Applications About, 7 a 

12 6—2 111 13 r—3 m 11 /'— 7 m 12 6—16 m U 

fc-24 m 11 /— 6.7 12 a-28y 12 a 

Mitchell, Michael, for Fraud, 7 a 12 a 

Thomas, for Assault, 2 a y/ 

for Smoke Nuisance, 1 7 m 11 e 

Montague, James, for Attempting to Pick 

Pockets, SalOd 
Moore and Moore, for Defacing a Coin of 

the Realm, 14 m 18 e 
Morley, Geo., and others, for Burglary, 3 « 

10 c 
Morris. Joseph, for Not Reporting hinudf 

to the Police, 7 iw 12 a 

Thomas, for Burglary, 25 a 12 a 



Moriby, Albert, for Stealing, lo / 12 a 

Moss, Emma, for Stealing, 1 7 w 11 e 

Moss, Le Blanch, & Co., for Non-payment 

of Wages, 4 i 14a 
Mum ford, Eliza, and others, for Cruelty to 

Birds, 14 m 13 / 
Munt, Jacob, for Sending Bad Meat to 

Market, 16> 14 a 
Murrette, Alice Du, for Distroying her 

Clothw, 28 i« 11/ 

Murphy. Annie, for Assault, 4 a 12 a 

Musgrave, Stephen, for Stealing, 20 y 12 a 

Neil, Daniel, for Manslaughter, 3 m 11 « 

Nelson, George, for Wife Assault, 2*6 j U 6 

Newens, F. U., for Adulterating Peas, 

26 a 10/ 
Newman, Charles, for Robbery, 24 m 11 ^ 

— 26 w 11 e 
Henry Geo., and others, for Stealing, 4 » 

Thos., for Selling *• Fruits of PhUosophy,'* 

28./ 14 a 
Newton, Wm., for Railway Act Offence, 30 

a 11« 
Nichols, A» G. for Railway Act Offence, 

28 a 13/ 

Nicholls, Mary Ann, for Assault, 1 «t 11 / 

Nicholson, Edward, for Assault, 23 a 11 « 

Nightingale, Thos. Archer, for Assault, K 

all d 

Nock, Wm.. for Stealing, 1 m 1 1 « 

Norrta, Charles, and another, for Selhog 

Adulterated Bread, 9 m 14 a 



x*....u w. 



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Police (coutinuecO. 

Act Offence. 4 m I ly— 12 m U c— 24 m 1 1 d—lj 

12 a— lG>14a 

a Norwegian Sailor, for Murder, 2G m S d 

Nye, Wm., for Drunkenness, ikAi..'26j 12 a 

O'Brions, James, for Wife Ashault, 5 a 11 a 

OliffCj Charles, fur Assault, 5 a 11 6 

0*Neil, Geo., for Burglary. 12.; 12 a 

Osborne^ I'red., and another, for Burglary, 

£U)j 14 b 

Ottaway, Wni., for Stealing, 4 / 14 a 

Ougely, Harry, for Felony, 2G a 10/ 

Oxeaford, — , to Recover a Lost Note, 30 m 



11 e 



— Painter, Wm. King, for Murder, 1 m 7 J 

— Fanks, — , for Detaining a Servant's Boxes, 
11 m 11/ 

— Parkhousc, Richard, for AH!<ault, 7 a 12 6 

— Parkin, l«aac, for Drunken uess, &c., 15 / 



12 a 



— Parmenter, Wm., for Selling Intoxicating 
Liquors Within Prohibited Hours, 4 a \2 
Parsons, — , for Assault, 31 m 11 /^— 19 m 



12 6—26; 12 b 

Alfred, for Stealing, 12 / 12 a 

Edward, for Felony, 29 > 12 c 



6e 



Pass, Henry, for Attempted Murder, 31 w 

Passmore, John, for Stealing, 18/14 a 

Paveley, Geo., fur liefusmg to Employ his 

Apprentice, 14 a 14 6 
Peacock, for Yelling and Crowing, Applica- 
tion to Stop, 14 / 13 e 

Pearce and Field, for Arson, 8 m 12 e 

Wm., for Frand, 13 a U « 

Pearson, Geo. Alfred, for Stealing, 4 7 14 a 

Pence, Wm., for Drunkenness, «ic., 2(> 7 12 a 

Penthwaite, Henry, and others, for Absault, 

22/12 6 

Perry, Ann. for Assault, 7 m\2 b 

Persons, for Destroying their Clothes, 12 

M 14 c—'i4 m\\ d 

Phelps, Henry, and others, for Wilful 

Damage, 22 m 12 «— 23 w 11 /' 
- Philip and Callan, for Abusive Language, 
14 a 14 6 

PhiUips, Danirl, for Cattle Act Offence, 2/ 

14 6 
Edward, and another, for Unlawful Pos- 
session, 30 a 1 1 « 

. Philpot, Henry, for Railway Act Offence, 

5 m 14 c 

Pincham, Thomas, and another, for Selling 

Adulterated Peas, 19 m 13/— 26 m 13/ 

. Pithketh, Robert Shaw, for Bankruptcy 

Act Offence, 30 o 11 e— 26 m 13 e 

a Poor Widow, for Advice, 19 m 18 t — 22 m 

12 a 

Potter, Wm., for Cruelty to a Horse, 26 / 

12 a 

. Powell, John, for Burglary, 23 a 11/ 

. Prance, Wm., and another, for Furioas 

Riding, 9 i Vdd 

. Prentice, Bertha, for Attempted Suicide, 7 

a 12 6— 16 a 11 e 
— - Preston, Henry, and another, for Assault, 



Police {continued). 

Preston, Susan, for Stealing, 21 / 12 tf 

Presiopina, Joseph, for Perjury, 23 m 11 d 

Price, Horaiio, for Stealing, 4 m 11 /" 

Pulgar, Madame, and CoL Lopez and his 

Wife, for Shoplifting, 23 / 9 rf 

Ranald, Gusippe. for Annoyance, 2 a 9/ 

liasiiley, Jane, for Assault, 29 ;i» 1 1 e 

Raren. Thos. Sidney, for Fraud, 1(» w 12 a 

Raymond, Charles, for Cutting and Wound- 



ing. 23 m 11 f 
— Ready, Ellen, for Assault, 22 m 12 6—2 / 
14 6— 9; 13 e 

Reardon, Michael, for haring Rescued % 



Prisoner, I m 11 « 

— Redpath, Stephen, for Cruelty to a Horse, 7 
mil a 

— Keed, Charles, for Shooting with Intent, 1^ 



ab t 



Wm., for Drunkenness, 1 ; 12 « 

Reeves, — , and others, for Abtenting^ 

Themselves from »heir Work. 14 w 18/ 

l^illey and Clifford, for Drunkennesa, &c., 

12; 12 a 

Reynolds, Geo., for Dropping a Lucifer in 

a Powder Manufacturoy, 23 « 11/ 

Richards. Henry, for Assault, 17 w 11 e 

Richardson, Th»mas, for Stealing;, 7 m 1 2 a 

Riddington, Stephen, and another, for Cat- 
tle Act Offence, 18 m 12 a 

- Rivet t. — . for Admitting Thieves into hi» 
House. 16m 1 2 a 

Roberts, Richard Wm., for Stealing, 14 a 

14 6 

Wm., for Drunkenness, 20 a 11 rf 

Rol>ertson, John, for Wife Assault, 3 if 10 c 

Robin, John, for Act Cattle Offence, 21 a 



14 6 



Robinson, A. Felix, for Stealins?, 17 <» 11 « 
— Emma, for Atteuipied Suicide, 2 m 13 e 
Kate Ellen, for Attempted Murder, 19 a 



5/ 

— R(»bson, George, for Attempted Murder, 29 

w9/' 
Roarers, Ethelred Jerrold, for Embezzlement, 

16 m 12 n 
Rookes. James, for Walking in the Streets 

Naked 3 a 10^ 

Royan. Catherine, for Assault, 18 a \2 a 

John and Reynolds, Wm.. for Assault, 4 

a 12 u 



Michael, for Drunkenness and Assault^ 

3 a 10 c 

Rouch, and Co., for Explosivo Act Offenee, 



23 a 11 6 
Russell, Mary Agnes, for Fraud, 9 d 11 e — 

19 a 11 d 
Rutherford. Thos.. and others, for Railway 

Act Offence, 20 a 1 1 « 

Ryan, John, for Stealing;, 4 ; 14 n 

Sabine, W^in., for Railway Act Offence, 4 / 

14 a 

Saint, Thos. Dobell, for Fraud. 24 a 12 6 

Samuel, Wolf, for Selling Indecent Boxea 

of Vestas, 26 a 10/ 

Sanderson, Edward, for Cattle Act Offence^, 



1 .3 .' \ t I 



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PALMElfs INDEX TO **" THE TIMES ** NEWSPAPER. [April 1 t» 



Police {rontinu(d). 

SanJilaud, Thos. Stephen, for Stealing, 15 

M 12 a 

St.ver, Wm^ for Assault, I87 14 a 

Sarjffant. George Henry, and others, for 

Burglary. 14.; 13/ 

Saunders. Peler, for Wild' Fowls Preserva- 
tion Act Offence. 16 a 11 d 

St. *Taoie8*8 Home, for Inebriates, Magis- 



trate's Visit, 27 7 12 6 
— Schnist, Leonora, for Destitution, 11 in 11 
e— 22 wi 12 a 

S<'hooI Board SunimonFes, 7 a 12 h — 5 m 14 



r—iy m 13 f'^2 j 14 //— 30 / 14 6 

Scott. Henry, for Stealing, 10« 11 /* 

Henry James, for Stealing, 7 a 12 a — 14 

a 14/1— 25 ri 12 « 

jMmes. for Gambling, 6 a 11 rf 

John, for Obstruciioo. 81 ?/i 11 e 

Matthew, for Smoke Nuisance, 47 14 a 

Wn*., for Drunkenness. 24 a 12 6 

— Sealey, Thos., for Summons for Serving a 

Drunken Person with Liquor, 1 7 12 6 

Sergeant. Gchx. for Stealing, 14 i» 13 e 

Shen. John, and others, for Murder^27y 1 2: a 

Shttrlnnd, Mrs. Subscriptions for, 27 a 12 a 

Sharp, Geo. Frederick, for Not Supporting 

hts Grniidehild. 31 *iill e 

Sheen. Daniel, for Assaul*,. 5 o 1 1 /> 

Sherdriek Elliot Thos., for Fraud, 11 « 11/ 



— 12 in IH// 

Sherring. TVn». Meecli, for Assault. 31 w 11 /* 

- Shorter. John, lor Not Having his Child 
VHrcinated. 2 .7 \^h 

Sims. Alfred, for Wife Assault. 30 a 11 « 

Srmmond!*. Ge*)., for Assault. 2^) ; 14 a 

Smith, Caleb, for Murder, 1 7 H /' 

Edwani. for Fraud, 24 m\\ f 

Gcoige. for AssmuU. 3 a 10 d 

for Selling " Fruits of PhUosophy ** 17 



wile 



for Birds' Nest Act Offence. Z m \\ f 
Geo. Henry, a Car Man, for his Wages, 



2S WI 1 1 / 

for Unlawful DeientioB, 25 / 14 a 



Henrv. for Assault. 20 / y f 



for Drunkenness, «5cc., 10a 11 d 



- James, for Lodging House Act Offence,. 



3 u 10 r: 

John, for Fraud. 30 a 11 « 

Thomas, for Slabbing. 12 ; 5 d 

Wm., for Attempted Suicide, 10 « 11 a 

and Conuell, for Disorderly Cooduct, 18 

uWe 
and Young, for Stealing, 23 ; 14 a 

— Smyth. — , for Abusive Language, 18a 11 e 
St>uth Eastern Railway Company, for Me- 



fn>|H)lirHn Board of Works Act Offence, 2d m 

la A-isy 14 ^ 

— Smootbey, Louisn^ for Fraud. 277 12 h 

— Snow, Thon«i%, and others, for Unlawful 
PoHstession. 277 12 c. 

— Solomon, Samuel, for Assault. \^j 12 a 
Sorr 11. Thos., for Manslaughter, 20 ni 13 c 



— 23wll d 

— Shearing Thoaias,. foir Selling Adulterated 



Police (continued). 

Spencer, Wm., for Stealing. 21 a 14 6 

Stancey, Henry, for Stealing, Gall « — 14 

a 14 6 
Stanley, Florence, for Attempted Suidde^ 

12 /« 14£/— 18«i 11 / 

George, for Loitering. 14 w 13 « 

Mary, for Not Supporting her Daughter, 



3O7I46 

— Stanhope, John Robins, for Attempled 
Suicide, 7 »i VI h 

— Staples, Henry, for Assault, 25 <r 12 a 
Dr. Joseph, for Assault. 4 <i 12 a — 11 « 



13</— IHa 11 s--2m 13«— 9iw l4o— 23«ilU 

— Starkey, — , for Wife Murder, 7 a 5/ 

— Staunton, Ix>ui8 Adolphus Ednaund, and 
others, for Murder, 24 m 10 ci— 22 w 12 o— 1 # 
1 1 c/~-2 j 13/— 47 9 e— 6 / 11 d—lj 12 rf— . 
14 a— 14i 7«f 

— Stedman, Stephen, for Refusing to go to 
Sea, 5 m 14 c 

Stevens, Edward, for Assault, 14 a 14 6 



- Stevenson, Charles, for Incorrect Weight*, 
11 m 11/ 

Stewart, Robert, for Fraud, 10 a 11 c 

Stow and Leary, for Assault. H « 12 e 

Strangewa^s, John, for Keeping^ a Dof 

Without a Licence, 11 a 13 rf— 25 a 12 a 

Strothcr, W. U., for Sanitary Act Offeoof. 

1 i \2h 

Stuart. Edwin Chas.. for Threats,. 10 «r 11 i* 

Sudlow, Kidiani and Ann, for Cruelty to a 

Pauper Child, 27 7 10 ci 

Suggeit, Henry, and another, for Aasanlt, 

2.07 12 u 

SuQivan, Patrick, for Attempted Burglmrr. 



10 M lie 

— Summei field. Charles, for DrunkenncM 
and Ai^sauLt, 2 a 9 c 

— Smnmerville, Edwin Lionel, for Assault, S 
a lOcf 

— Summonses Against Husbands, for Km 
Sup[)orting their Wivea and Children, 13 a 12^ 

— Tacchi, Wm., and another, for Assault, 19 
a\\ d 

— Tait. Mrs., for Advice. 17 m 11 a 

— Taphn, Thos., for Cruelty to- a Horse, 21 m 
12 a 

— Tavistock Hotel, Covent Gardea, Manager 
of , for Advice,. 1 7 m 1 1 « 

— Taylor, Edward, for Steafing. 28 m II c 

— Teatlieridge, John, and anotlier^ for Man- 
slaughter, (i; 12 a— 13; 12 a 

— Thori^, Frank, for Drunkcanees. 21 ; 12 h 
Thomas. John, and other8> for Gambling. 2 



a9/— 6rt n b 

for Selling Adulterated Mitk, 18 a 12 c 



— Thompson, EUen, for Infanticide,. 6 ; 5 
7j 11 / 

Geo., for Stealing, 11 ; 14 a 



Henry, for Burglary, 4-<i 12 a 

and others, for Felony, 21 at 12 « 

— Thorn, Jas^ for Stealing, 2^0 11 c— 5 » 14^ 

— Thorpe and Click, for Refusing to Work, 2S 
a 11 /• 

— Tidswcll John, and another^ for Dcseen^ 



June iJO, 1^77.] palme«'8 ixi>kx to ** thk timk** '* NKwsrArKK. 



r<^ 



Police (continutJ). 

'fie, Mary, for Assault, 1] a 13 (i 

Tierney, Thot., for Assault, 17 a 11 #? 

Tizzard. Lucy, for Attempting to Poison 

her Two Daughters, 14 ; 7/ 
Tobey, Thomas, for Drunkenness, &c., 29 > 

12 c 

Todd, Sophia, for Infanticide in Baby 

Farming, 4 a 10 c— 9 a 4/— 16 a 10 </ 

Tonkin, Henry, for Not Going into the 



Workhouse, 31 w 6 a 

— Tough, Fred,, for Obstructing a Boat Race, 
2Sj VI a 

— Tourk, James Van Der, for Stealing, 80 a 
lie 

— Tourville, Henri De, for Wife Murder, 1 m 
11 e 

— Tramway Bells, for a Nuisance, 35 a 12 a 

— Trickett, Margaret, for Fraud, 14 a 14 c 
Triflfor, James, for Selling Indecent Prints. 



21>12 6 

— Truelove, E., for SeUing Indecent Pam- 
phlets, 18 m 1 1 /— 23 M 1 1 c/— 24 m 1 1 d— 30 m 
lid 

— Truro. Lord, and others, for Erecting Vol- 
unteer Shed Without Permission. 16 > 14 a 

— Turner, Phcebe, for Libels, 25 a 12 a 
Twyford, Geo., for Railway Offence, 12 a 



\2b 



— Twyman, LewU, for Manslaughter, 16 a 11 
«-21a 14 6 

— Unwins. Fred., and anothar, for Assault 
and Robbery, 11 m 11 « 

— Upton, Ann, for Assault, 6 ; 12 a 
Vaguenor, Madame, for Unlawful Posses- 



Toked Assault, 6 a 6 /' 

Wallace, James JefiFries, for Embezzlement, 



24 a 12 6—1 m 11 «— 7 m 12 a 

Wallis, Chas., for 'Attempted Suicide, 11a 

13 r/ 

Walsh. Mortimer, for Distributing Obscene 

Advertisements, 2 m 13 e 

Warner, Wm., for Stealing, 28 m 1 1 s 

Warren, Sarah, for Assault, 20 a 1 1 c 

Watkins, Rose, for Attempted Suicide, 28 

a 13/ 

Watson, Richard, for Threats, 25 w 11 rf 

Robert, for Stealing. 5^ 12 a 

Wm., and others, for Disturbance aud 

Assault, 31 m II <! 
Watt, Hugh, for Navigation Act Ofifence, 2 

a9« 

Wattman, Philip, for ^ ssault. 3 m 1 1 < 

Weitherfield, Thos. Arihur, for Obstruc- 
tion, 10 wi 11/ 

Webb, Charles, for Stealing, 19 w 13/ 

Fred. Wm., for Fraud, 26 i 12 a 



aion. 1 1 M 1 1 « 

— Valentini and Blotti, for Assault, 20; 12 a 
— 21>J2 6— 27il2Q 

— Vanganwen, Fred., for Smuggling, 4 w 11/ 

— Venoski, Peter, for Wife Assault, 3 o 11 c 

— Vissenyede, Nicholas, for Stealing. 26; 12 a 

— Walker, Geo., for Cattle Act Offence, 3 m 

"/ 

Joseph and John, and others, for Unpro- i 



Police (cimtlnued). 

— Wel>b, liobert, for Cattfe Act Offence, 6 m 
14r 

Webber, Thos., for Smoko Nuisance, 12 a 

12ct 

Weise, Wm., for Fraud, 13 ; 12 a 

WVitzel, — , for Wilful Damage, 16 w 12 a 

Wellbolored. John, for Abuse, 17 w 11 d 

Welkr. Wm., for Selling Adulterated Milk, 

2 m 13 e 

Wenhara, Frank, for Fraud, 14 ; 13 e 

Westaway, Alexander Henry, for Felony, 

10 7n Tl (/— 17 m 1 1 </— 25 m W d 
Wheatley. Henry, and another, for Throw- 
ing Stonef Ht a Train, 4 7/» 11 / 

Whireaker, Henry, for Drunkenness and 

Assault, 3 n 10 c 

White, Geo., and another, for Prisons Act 

Offence, 18; 14 a 

Thos.. for Drunker ness, &c., 28 j 14 6 

and another, for Smuggling, 7 a 12 6 

Wm., ftisd Wife, for Stealing, 80 ot 11 e 

Whitehead, Frank, and others, for Obstruc- 
tion, 12 ; 12 a 

Wicks, John, for Wife Murder, 24 m 11 « 

Widow, for Adrice and Assistance, 26 nt 

Wilkins, Walter, for Fraud, 15 j 10 d 

Wilkinson, Chas., and others, for Disor- 
derly Conduct. 27^ 12 6 
Williams, Chas. Fred., and others, for As- 
sault, 6; 12 a 

James, for Stealing, 22 j 12 a 

John, for Drunkenness, 4 i/i 11/ 

Joseph, for Stealing, 15 m 12 a 

Robert, for Assault, 10 a 11 e 



Williamson, James, for Stealing, 26 ;' 12 5 

Wilmott, Christopher, and others, for Dis- 
orderly Conduct, &c., 11 a 13 </ 

Wilton, Richard, for Assault, 22 m 12 a 

Wodehouse. Henry John, for Stealing, 17 

mil €—21 m 12 a 

a Woman, for Advice, 19 a 1 1 e 

about her Son, 3 w 1 1 / 

for Frau<l, 28 ; 12 a 

Wood, Henry, for Recklessly Driving, 20 J 

12 a 

John, for Robbery, 6y 12 a 

Wm. Henry, for Fraud, 3 w 1 1 /" 

for Stealing. 24 a 126 -3m 11/— 7 m 126 

Woodforde, Geo., for Stealing, 17 m 11 <f 

Woo<lhouse, Thos.. for Fraud. 22 m 12 6 

Woods, Geo., for Begging, 19 ; 12 o 

Worbey, Wm., and another, for Sanitary 

Act Offence, 18 a 12 a 

Wright, John, for Fraud, 2 a 9/ 

Matthew, for Stealing. 2 j 14 a 

and Co., for Smoko Nuisances, 18 / 14 a 

Young Woman, for Drunkenness, 25 m lid 

Police. Cost of Clothing, 29 m 10 a 

E<lucation of, 26 w 11 ./ 

Metropolitan, Annual Account* 25 m 1 W 

Orphanage for the Country PoUce, Meeting 

to Organize, 27> 9 « 

Rate, 30 m 7 Z' 

- — Return of Fee Sttmns on Summonses. 22 nt 



Pd 



PALMKK's index to " THE TiMKS " NEWSPAPER. [April I tO 



PoMock ''F.) Lwture o \ Spinoza. 24 a 12 c 
Polirih Emi^^raiits in ('oiietantinup)e Itisue an 

A[)i)v'al to all Exiled Poles to Join lUc Array of 

Turkey, 1 1 w 5 « 
Poor Law Amendment Act, 12/ 10 c 

Conference, Hi J 13 6 

Pope (Dr. A. C.) on Homoeopathy, 4 i 8/ 
Pope, The, «ind the Conclave. G a 1 1 a 

on Toleration in^Eugland, 14/11/ 

Poplar Hospital for Accidents, Annual Dinner, 5 

J b e 
Population, Comparatire Projrress of, 20 « 4 « 

Keturns of the United Kingdom, 28 m 4 c 

Port of London, lieport, 30 j 6/ 

Portland Breakwater, 4 / 9 e 

Portugal— the Fire Brigade and Capt Shaw, 2 a 

4a 
the American Naval Station Removed from 

Nice to Lisbon, 6 a 5 </ 

Locusts Disappear, 1 ; 5 « 

Miscellaneous News, 11 a 7 / 

and the Pahs Exhibition, 9 « ©/ 

and the Slave Trade, 10 a 10 <i 

Portsmouth Soldiers* Institute, Meeting at the 

Mansion House to Aid, 21 ; 8 ^ 
Post Office Money Order and Saving's Bank 

Offices, Alterations, 3 a 8 6—31 m 6/— 30>6 e 
Savings Banks, Official Return, 17 m 7 d — 

24 III 6 b — 1 j 5 e 
Postal Nodces, 16 a 7 c—lO w 6/— 19 ; 4/ 

French Packets, Iti iw 7 c 

Letter to Zanzibar, 30 »» 6 a 

Potatoes, New, from Sicily, 28 m 9/ 

Potter's Art in Britain, 14 a 10 a 

Potter (George) on the Lock-Out on the Clyde, 

30m 6e 

on Our Prisoners, 21 j 11 / 

Pottery and Sculpture, 21 m 4 a 
Pouring Oil— Insult to Our Ambassador in Rus- 
sia, 27/ 8 a 
Practical Missionary at Monaco, 14 i 9 « 

Solutions, 30 a 0/ 

Prague University, Riot of Students at, 2oj7f 
Prayer to be UseJd During the War, 10 w 10 6 

Book and Tradition, 24 m lie 

Preachers for To-Morrow, 14 a 14 c — 21 a 10 rf 

—28 a 7y— 12 III 13/— 19 >« 11 /*— 26 iit 13 d 

— 2i 11/— 9 j 7 /— 23i 14 6-30; 13 c 
Precaution, 1 w 9/ 
Presbyterian Church of England, Second Synod, 

27 a 4 6 
PRESS PROSEGUTIONS :— 

the Poys, for Libel. 3 a 3 c 

the Borough oj Hackney Express^ j-c, for 

Libel, 12 a 11 r/ 

the Die Waage, for Libel, 25 / 7 e 

the Irish Times, for Contempt of Court, 23 

jSe 
»— the LarUeme, for Inciting to Rebellion, 12 

iw7d 
the Le Phare du Littoral, for Printing a 

Radical Letter, 23> 7 6 
the ManeiUaisey for Demanding the Im- 
peachment of the Marshal President of France, 

ijbc 
— the BadicmU for Articles Insulting to the 



Press ProseontionB {continued), 

the HitJical, for an Anti-Catholic 

stration of its Stafif, 6 a 5 c 

the ^^tandardy for Dismissing Without No- 
lice One of their Staff, 2 i 13 c 

the Western Daity Mercury, for label, 15 ^ 

the Western News, for Libel, 17 w 10 « 

— the Whitehall Review, for Libel, 4 jr 11 ^— 

15 m 11 d 
Preston (Edw.) Heir Wanted, 10 a 10 a 

on Next of Kin, 25 m 1 1 / 

Prestwick (Joseph) on the Water Supply ^ 

London, 20 a 11 f 
Preventable Tragedies. 4 a 11 e 
Prideaux (Walter) on the (yoldsmiths Company*! 

Exhibitions, 14 a 6/ 
Priest in Absolution, Notes about, 21 i 9 /*— 25 / 

12/-26./7/ 
Primitive Methodist Home and Foreign Misuons, 

Annual Meeting, 18 m 12 a 
Prince Consort Statue at Stuthampton, 10 a 9 / 
Princess Mary's Village Home, Royal Donattoai 

to, 5 a 6 6 
Printing on Wood, 14 a 6 « 
Prison Labour, see Convict 
Prisons Bill I276/ 
Prisoners, Notes on the Conveyance of. 25 m 11 

/— 28 m 9 «— 30 m 6 e— 4> 9 «— 14 ; 6 a— 21 1 

11 f'^25jSc 
Pritchard r Baden) Science and Wax, 19 m 12 a 
(Professor) on the New Comet, 10 a 10 d— 

18fl 10/ 
Privilege of Priests — an Action for Libel, 11 11 

6 /' 
PRIVY COUNCIL :- 

Bell and others r. Supreme Court of Vic- 
toria. 28 a 13 a 
Burra Lall Opendronath Sahee I>eo r. 

Court of Wards and others. 16 w 11 a 

Cobbett V. Monro, 13y U d 

Forester and others u. Secretary for India, 



19 a 1 ! a 

re Howard, Rev. John, 1 1 i 13 c 

re Maharajah Pertab Narain Sin^h, 25 j 

13 c 

Mahomed Ewaz v. Birj Lall, 14 i 13 6 

Mond*s Patent, 8 / 1 1 a 

Mungul Das v. Muhunt Bawun Daa, 28 j 

lib 

Nicosia v. Valcone, 8y 11 a 

the Mayor v. Council of Essenden m&d 

Blackwood, 23 a 10 e 

Palliser's Patent, 18 a 11 o— 10 m 10 rf 

Probate Court, Return of Duty Paid in, 29 m 4 « 
Proctor (R. A.) on the Planet Mars, 17 a S f 
Produce Markets, 6 a 6 c—7 a 10/— 9 a 7 b — 10 
a 6 c— 11 n 12 c— 12 a 7 /—13 a 10/*— 14 a 13 
d-~l7 a 6 c— 18 a 6/*— 19 a 6 /— 20'a 10/-21 
a 13 rf— 23 a 7 c— 24 a 11 6—26 a 7/- 28 o 
12/— 30 a 7 c -1 in G c-2 m 12 a— 3 m 7 6—4 
m 6 c— 5 m 8 t—7 m 7 r— 8 m 1 1 /— 9 m 13 «— 

10 m 7 c— 12 HI 13/>— 14 m9 6— 16 m 7 e— 17« 
6 rf— 18 m 10 </— 19 m 9 A— 23 m 7 e— 24 » 7 « 
—26 m 7 6—26 m 9 c— 28 in 7 rf— 29 m 7 d-SO 

m 7 6—31 m 7 6— ly 6 c— 2 y9/— 4 j 9 c— 6 1 

1 1 A A » a /—.T » « ft V f: A -Q « 1 o JL 



n 



June SO, If^lT,] palmkr's indfx to tite 



'' TiMi:s '' 



NKWSPArKK. 



nn 



a — 13 J 6 A— U ;12 /-i:> / 10 </— 1<; / 1:J./— 
19/10 //— 20 7 7 A— 21 / 7 ^—22.1 1 I /)— 2.5 » «.» 
/— 25> 9 /— 27> 6 /— 2«y 7 J— 2O7 1 1 </- ao j 
12 b 

l'n>fitHWe Book— History of the Franco-German 
War. «> /I »J ^ 

Proof of Death and the Bank of England, 10 m 

Propagation of the Gospel Society, Anniversary 

Meetinic. 2 m 6 a 

Service, 23 7* 8 e 

Provision for the Carriape of a Suit, 9 / 13 h 
Pdeudo- Shakespearian Plays and Mr. Tennyson, 

19 a 9/ 
Public Accounts. Blue Book on, 31 m lo h 
Income and Expenditure, 11 n 12 r — IH a fi 

c— 25 a 1 1 A— 2 m 12 6—9 m 13 //— 16 »i 7 A— 

23 m 7 //— 30 m 7 6—6 ; 6 6—13; 6 -20y 7 6 

—277 6 6 

Statutes, Official Returns, 2Cy 4 e 

Worship Regulation Act and Rev. Pelham 

Dale, 18> 8 6 
Punch, Cuttings from— Best School for Needle- 
work, 9 TO 7 d 

Extracts from an Imperial Diary, 27/9/ 

the Great Loan-Land. 23 w 9 /" 

How to Make Home Happy, 30 m 6 c 

New Torture, 26 a 6 e 

Most Questionable Recommendation, 2 m 

12 6 

Paulo -Past— Future Wish, 11 a 10 6 

Proposed New Prison Rules, 13 / 6 /* 

Mr. Punch's Select Committee No. III., 22 

/4d 

Somebody's Engagements, k al f 

Something like Enthusiasm, 1 8 ; 6 / 

Taming the Tables, 22 / 4 /* 

Posey (Dr.) on the Ridsdale Judgment, 25 m 6 

c— 2$ m 11 6 

Q. 
Quaritch (— ) on Book Collecting, 16 m 10 b 

Queen Insurance Company. 18 m 10 6 

Queen's Easter Bounties. Distribution. 2 a 9 </ 

Queenhithe, Deed of Gift from Ed w. II. to the 

Wife of Piere de Gavestan, 19 j 4/ 

Questionable Charity, 6 a 6 6 

R. 
Raddiffe Infirmary, Oxford, Prince Leopold 

Opens a New Children's Ward at, 4/11/ 
Radical Club and Association, Formiition of in 

Southwark, 11/13 6 
Radstock (Lord) on Great Britain and Russia, 

15/4 s 
Rae (John) on the Late Arctic Expedition, 22 m 

7/ 
Bagged School Union, Anniver^ry Meeting and 

Prize Distribution, 9 w» 7/ 
Bags and Bones, Note on the Removal of, 5 m 

12 f 
Railway, Attempt to Upset a Train, 16 a 5 
Benevolent Institution, Annual Dinner, 12 

ml2c 

Compensation Cases, 22 m 7 /" 

- — Continuous Footboards, 24 a 11 a 
. Brakes, 2 m 6 rr— 3 m 10 # 



Hnilwny Lauips, Gold Mc(^nl Award. G «i 5 « 

Now In.^peofur, 2H m II c 

No'e«« Hbouf. 29 m 10 a 



Obstructiveni^sj*, <> </ II A — 10 r/ G « 

Officiiil Inquiry into Aeci'lents by. IS / o d 

or" Prvate IVrsons. 3 w/ 10 /— ir> m \ J 

Return Tiekt'ts— Prosecution, 2S w 10 n 

Rolling Stock in RuKsia, 10 a 6 /" 

Servants Deputation to Government on 

Railwav Accidents, 20 aWe 

Train Kobbed m Mexi<'0, \h jl f 

Trains. Attempt to Upset, 29 m 9/— 20 j 

It 

Tunnel at Cochem Completed, 1 1 w 5 « 

Unpunctuality, 25 wi G rf 

RAILWAYS: — 

American, 2 a 3 «— 5 a 7 a— 9 a 5 rf— 13 a 

12a 

Ascot and Aldershott. J>8 iw 6 e— 29 m 7 c 

Atlantic and Great Western, 12 a 7 rf— 14 

a 13 c 

Aylesbury and Buckingham, 12 a 7 d 

Bahia and San Francisco, G a 6 d 

Baltimore and Ohio, 19a6 6-4m6rf 

Bergshigernas, 25 a 11 a— 26 a 7 6—27 a 

n f 

Bolivar. 23 / 9 <f 

Bombay, Baroda and Central India, 14y S 



/— 23 /9c 

— Brampton and Longtown, 30 m 7 « 

— Buenos Ayres and Enseuada Port. 30 a 7 c 
Northern. 18 w 10 a— 26 m 9 6—27 / 6 « 

Great Southern, 28 a 12 c— 11 m 10 



25m 7c 

— Canadian and Pacific. 26 a 6/ 

— Central of New Jersey, 5 a 7 a — 6 a 6 a 
Uruguay of Montevideo, ISjQf 



— Cleator and Workington, 24 m 7 « 

— Copiapo. ]Sj 6 f 

— Cornwall Mineral, 23/9 c 

— Cowes and Newport, 24 w 7 « 

— Dcmerara, 23 « 7 6 

— Dunaberg and Witepsk, 1 m 6 e — 19 hi c 

— East Argentine, 30 m 7 f 

Gloucestershire, 2 o 5 e 

Indian, 15/10 d—22j 10 f 

— Eastern Bengal, 23 m 7 d— 29 m 7 c 
of France, 9 « 7 6 

— Edinburgh. Loanhead and Roslin, 2 a 6 « 

— Erie, 28 a 12 o— 10 m 7 /*- 11 m 10 c— 1 / 

ed 

Reconstruction, 6 a 6 a — 21 a 13 a — 4 w 

6 a— 5 m 8 o— 10 m 7 6- 30 m 7 a— 19^ 10 a 

— Fumess, 6 / 6 e 

— Grand Trunk of Caaada, 23 a 7 a— 1 m 6 e 
—19; 10 6— 26/11 a 

— Great Eastern, 6 a 7 e— 17 a 6 a— 26 a 7 • 



— 8 / 6 a 

Indian Peninsular, 2/9 e— 9/ 12 f 

Northern and Great Eastern Union, 1& i 



19 « 



Western, 1 / 6 rf— 12 j 6 c -16 / 7/ 
Acton Branch, 23 a 6 c— 7 m 7 e 
of Canada, 18 a 6 6—19 a 6 6—28 a 7 



c— 28 rt 12 c 

— Hampstead and Hiffh^ate TTlcrh T^^tA 



Rin 



JJi\i 



f AI.MMC'S IM»KX TO '* TItK TIMES " XEWSPAPKR. 



fA^iril 1 U 



Hai way* (rnnrinm-fh. 

I lulil mil. i.J >i 7 /' 

Illinoi.H (Virnil. II wi 10 j 

In linn. IH »;» 7<l 

Ipswicli «!i«l Fdt.xstowe. 3 wi \0 f 

Me<if Wi.'ht. 13// lO** 



KitUenny Junitiion. 18 m 10 //--30 »i 7 e 

Lan Hstiire and Yorkj'hirc. M m 7 e 

Ivfhiberg-Czerwitz-Jassy. 30 a 7 c 

Lin a 3 /n 7 c— 10 w 7 /" 

London and Brighton. 10 n Q a 

New Station at Crystal Palace, For- 

ninlly Opened. 14 m h 

and Souih Coast. 10 a 6 *; 

('hatliani and Dover Anialgnmation 



Scheme. 2 o 5 A 

Vlssex and Kent Coast Junction, 28 y 7 a 

and Lancashire. 18 w lf» A 

and No'-ih Western. ](i m 7 'f 



Lostwithiel and Fowey. 9 a 7 /'— 28 a 7 6 

Lyons and MeJiterranean, 12 j 5 /— Ifij 

13/ 

Madrap, Sill i— 14 7 8 /* 

Madrid, Sara^ssa and Alicante. 5 j \\ e 

Manchester and Liverpool. New Line, 28 ; (> e 

Matangas and Sabanilla, VJ j 10 a 

Metropolitan, Number of Passengers on 

Whit-Monday. 80 m 6 a 

District Railway, 18 a 10 « 

Mexican, 28 wi 7 o— 28 ; 9 c- 

Midland of Canada, 27 a 11 /— 2 w 12 c 

— — Newquay and Cornwall, 9 a 7 — 23 a7 b 

New Quebrada. 11 i d h 

North British, 4 a 7 «— 12 m 18 a 

Northern Central 28^9 o 

— : of France. 9 a 7 h 

Orenburg-Tashkent, 19 m 8 a 



Orleans, IT a 6 6 

Ottoman, 26 ^ 7 6—28 ; 9 A 

Oude and Rohilkund, 8/ 6 A— 15 ) 10 d 

Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean, G a 6 d — 

28 n 7 «— 13 ? 5 / 
1 Pennsylvanian, 8 m 5 e — 26 m 7 e—6 j 5 a 

— 1«; 13 a— 18 i 9 c— 26; 11 a 
Pkiladelphian and Reading, 14 a 18 d—2i 

m 7 c— 1 ; 6 6—7 i 8 c— 27^ 6 a 

Plymouth and Dartmoor, 6^ 6 e 

Provincial Orel Vitebsk, 20 7 7 « 

—n — Recife and San Francisco Pernambuco, 12 

aid 

Roumano-Gnlician, 80 o 7 a 

r. Royal Swedish, ISj 9 c— 22 ; 10/ 

— . — San Paulo, 5 a 7 e— 12 aid 

Sardinian, S m a e 

. St. Andrews, 80 a 7 c 

St. Ives, 28 OT 6 e 

• St. Lawrence and Ottawa, 18 m 10 6 

Scinde Punjab and Delhi, 19yi0 6— 27; 

6e 

Severn and Wye, 28 m 6 e 

Smjrrna and Cassaba. 24 a 11 b — 2 m 12 c 

South Eastern and Chatham, 16 a 9 /-r24 

m 10 c— 8 j 6 6— 18y 6 /"— 21 77a 

1 Indian, 12 a 7 d— 13> 6 /— 21 jf d 

Southern of France, 21 a 13 c — 80 a7 c 

State of Shares m Companies, in every dtijf't 



tlfHI%0V 



Railways ft nutinutti^. 

Suedisli ('cm nil. 31 w 7 « 

Ta«jnHni»»u. \ n 7 n — A a 7 c— I 7 a Bh 

'IV'lhnrv and Hrixham, 1^6* 

Trwffic! Receipt H, 2 // 5 a — 4 a 7 a & b — 5 « 

7 e-tia i\ii-7 « II «— 9 « 7 6—10 a S '/— U" 
a 12 a— 12 o 7 e—Mi a 10/?— 14 a 13 « — 17 a C 
A-_18 a 6 *•— 19 a 6 /'-28 o 7 6 — 24 a 11 t- 
25 a 5 «— 26 a 7 «— 27 a 1 1 /*— 28 a 12 r—SO * 
7 c— 1 w 6 / —2 m 12 r— 3 iii 7 a & /— 4 » € 4 
—ft m 8 </— 7 m 7 r— 8 m 11 f— 9 m 13 «r— 10 u 
7/*— 11 w lOr— 12 m 13e— 14 m 9 A— 15 mil 
fc_l(5 /„ 7 d--\7 7n 61;— 18 m 10 A— 19 w 9 c- 
21 w 7 f—r.) in 7 d-24 m 7 e— 25 m 7 c— 26 m 

9 6— 2S /w 6 e— 29 w 7 f — 30 w 7 >"— 1 > 6 «-i 
J 9 e-4 / 9 <— 5 j 1 1 rr— 6 7 ^f—7 J 8 c— 8 ; C 
A— 9/ 12/— 11 ; 9 6— IS; 6/"— 14 J 8 /"—IS; 

10 cf— 16; 13e— 18 7 9r— 19 ; 10 h—26j 7 «/- 
21 ; 7 </— 22j 10 /-23i 9 c— 27i 6/— 28i 7^ 
— 3O7I26 

Increase and Decrease of, 12 a 7 a 

of the London and Brighton, 1 7 « 6 a— 

24 /r 1 1 n 
United States, M-Culloch*8 Circular oa, \* 



j 10 a— 27.; 6 a 

Utica, ithuca and Elmira, 19 y 10 a 



Van. 27; 6 e 

Vendee, 6 o 5 r 

Wnterford and Central Ireland. 2 i 9 ^ 

W.'llington. Grey, &c., of Canada, 23 / 9 ^ 

West Flanders, 10 a 6 </— 9 w 13 a 

Whitehaven, Clearton and Egreinont, 29 m 

7 f— 30 m 7 e 

Wigan Junction. 28 o 12 e 

Woosung, 28 tf 6 e 

Worcester, Bromyard and Leominster, 2 a 

be 
York Railway Station, the Largest in the 

World Opened for Traffic. 26 ; 10 e 
Ramsey (Capt.) Gift to, from the Emperor of 

Germany for Saving a German Crew. 80 « 9 / 
Ramsgate, Local Exhibition of Art and Indostnr 

at, Abp. of Canterbury K )pens, 22 m 9 e 
RankeT! (W. Bayne) on Gutter Children, 1 ; 4 /' 
Rare Birds— Capture of an Iceland Faloon ia 

Sutherland, 9 a 11 / 
Rates and Taxes, Non-payment of, Not a PoUee 

Court Offence, 7 a \2 a 
Reading, Proposed New Town Hall, Free Library 

&c. for, 1 i/i 8 6—18 m 8 o 
Reckless Firing— a Young Gentleman 8ent t^ 

Prison for Firing in the Highway at Gnildford, 

5 a 10 6 
Recreation Garden in London, Old St, Panoras 

Burial Ground, 3O7 6 d 
Reed (E. J.) Engineers of the Royal Navy, 4 • 

10/ 

on the InfleynhU, \^j 10e-r-20 ; 10r-2J; 



66 



11 



on the Russian Circular Ironclads, 28 m 



■ ' . . 4 T- on War Ships and Torpedoes, 20 a 4/ 

(Dr. J. C.) on the State of Scutari Ho^i- 

tal, 23 m 10 e 
Rees (G. O.) on Arsenical Colouring, 16/6 ^ 
Refuges for Destitute Children, Meeting at t|if 



line 30 1S77.] 



rALMi:n'*» ikdkx to ** thk times " xEwsrArEn. 



R.i 



^»"4ister«5 of Electors. 10 ; G / 

t^vlinnce MtitutU Life A-suranc^ Society, iiOn it 

I W^W'z of the Past — New Etching ot J. Luinsdeu 

l'rep«*rr, A a 6 A 
Keli^icius Book Society. Annual Meeting. 3 m 

lO c 

Difficulty, see Carlisle 

Pre«8, Bittercjit Vehicle of Slander. B j o / 

^^nrices in Theatres and llalla, Meeting to 

*Hnd Funds for, 7 ; 13 o 

Tract Society, Anniversary Meeting, 5 in 



l^oinbrandt Etchings, 23 m 10 c— 24 mSe 
Kexuscitating a Supposed Dead Man, 4 a 10 e 
Ketruspect and Pro8|)ect, 22 Mile 
lie venue. Official Return, 2 a 5 u 
JLEVTEWS:— 

Album Illustre de 1 Almanack, 16 a 4/ 

All for Herself, 25 w 4 rf 

Allardyoe, Alexander, City of Sunshine, 6 

a 4 e 



— Animal Products, Handbook of South 
Kensington Museum, 1 5 /a 4 e 

Anward Sukeili, or Li^^hts of Canopis, by 



WollHSton, baSd 

— L*Art, 80«4/ 

— Bancroft, George, History of the United 
States of America, 8 a 4 b 

Bevan, G. Phillips, Industrial Classes and 



Industrial Statistics, \7 a A d 

Bigham, J. C, Lce*s Law of Shipping, 16 



J 6 d 

Blsckie, John Stnart, Language and Lite- 



rature of the Highlands, 25 ; 5 « 

« Camilla's Tornienter, 25 m 4 cf 

; Campbell, J. F., Songs of the Fenians, 25 

i 5 e 

Cansick, F. T., Epitaphs of Middlesex, in 



Four Volumes, 10 a 4 d 
Note about, 12 a I) / 



Canterbury, Abp^ of. Church and Law, 5 



a A e 

— City Directory for 1877, 16 a 4/ 

— Cl'iretee, Jules, Le Train 17, 4 j 5 c 

— Clifford and Rickards's Reports, iGj 6 d 

— Commercial Directories, liJa ij 
Publications, 24 m 7 c 



« Compiegne, Marquis de. Voyages, Chasscs 

et Guerres, 4 j 6 c 
( barter, Rct. T. T., Constitutional Order of 

the Church, 5 a 4 e 
Dennys, Dr. N. B., Folk-Lore of China, 3 

<t 8c 
Dictionary of Christian Antiquities^ by 

Smith and < 'heetham. 23 m 4 <f 
Biography^ &c., by Smith and Wace, 23 

m 4 </— 24 "f \[ a 
Dodge, Col. H* Irring^ Hunting Grounds ot 

the Great West, d a4d 
^— Doyle, &ir If* H., Lectures on Poetry, 18 

^ - . FaJrbdm, Sir Wm., Life, by W. Pale, 14 

aba 
^-^ Feltham's Cricketer, 21 m 11 ^ 
— - Finlason, W. F., on Assizes, 16 ; 6 rf 

History, Objects and Adrantages of 



-l._ 4 • 



• O .. 1 I ^ 



Beviews {^nmiinned). 
— irampton, Robt., Bp. of Glocester, Lifch 

by Simpson Evans, 4 *» 4 « 
Fi-et?nian, E. A., Ottoman Power in Europ^; 

22 III 4 b 
Gladstone, Kt Hon. W. E., on th« RO} al 

Supremacy, 13 a 8 // 

Hardy, J. D., Glencairn, ^ a Ad 

Home, D. D., Lights and Shadows of 

Spiritualism, 26 in 6 c/ 
•* Index to the Times " Newspaper, 26 // 

10^ 

Kitchin, G-. W., History of France, 14 u 5 r 

Leach, R. H., Williams and May, Seion ori 

Decrees. 16i 6 df 
Lee's Laws of British Shipping, by Bi;;hanl5 

16;«rf 

Light French Literature, Ajor. 

Lubomirsky, Prince, Ordre de rEmpereur-, 

4 i 5 c 
' Martin, Fred., Property and Revenues of 

the Established Church, 22 m 10 6 

Mercantile Directory of the World, 16 cr Af 

New Republic, 2.i mid 

Newman. Dr., Lectures on the History of 



the Turks, &c.. 2 « 6 e 

— Nile Novel, "Zb m A d 

— Palmer's Index to *' the Times." ^6 w 10 h 

— Poetical Works of Bcha-ed-din KuUeir (if 
Egypt, 24 m 4 e 

— liecent Law Books, 16 ; 6 J 
Novels. 6 a 4 rf— 25 m A d 



— Rivers, Thos;, Miniature Fl-uit Ojliiicn. \k 
M 6 6 

Rnmah Po^ts of the Augustan Age: Virglii 



by W. Y. Sellar. 28 inA d 
Iwoutledge, James, History of i'ojmlai'* 

Progress in England. 4 a 11 <i 
Rowan, J. J., Emigrant attd Sportsman ul 

Canadit, 9 a 4 e 
Sand*s Sydney and Suburban Director; fn" 

1877. 2«y 7 b 
Service, John, Salvation Here and llereaficrt 

2y6<f 

Seyd's Commercial Lists, 5 i 1 1 a 

Slaughter's liailway Intelligonc^. 2.i '» 1 1 ^ 

Smart, Hawley. Bound to Win {\ n A r 

Squier, Geo.. Perui Incidents of Travvl id 

the Land of the Meas. 24 m A d 
Stephen, Sir Jas;, Digest bf Criminal Law? 

16>6(f 

Theurict, Andre. Haymondt\4 / .*> r 

'1 horntori. Wi, Letters on the Indidj* Side* 

of the Silver Question, 6 a 7 a 
— — Tulloc'h, Dr. John, FadU of Religion and 

Life. 2>6</ 
Twycross I;. Grtint, Edited^ by Finlason, 2^ 

j\\ a 
Tyclio Drahe's Meteorologiske Dugbog, 2*7 

m 10 e 
-^— Univefsal, Commercial, Industrial and 

Financial Directory of the World, 16 u 4 /' 

Directory of P'aris, 1 a 4 /" 

Vapereau, G;, Cyeloptffdla of Literature? 

^ — Villan, Liuda, In Change, Unehailxgeid,* ^^ 



Eev 



ki 



»» 



r^LMJEK S TVDKX TO ** T>fC TllI^.S NKWSl'APKR. 



[Ai»rn I tfr 



Keview-i (tontint/etf). 

WalfonJ, Edw., Tales of Our Great Families, 

11 tt h a 

Wallace, Alfred Kuftsel. GoojjrHpliicnl \)U- 

tribufion of AhiinalM, 'Jl m 4 /» 
— — \\>l»b, I.<>o<K!k, I'nictice of the Supreme 
Court of Judicature, 16 J (/ 

see. also B(M)KA 

liheni.^ii WestphaliHii IJoyd C«in)i)any. 28 ; 7 < 

Jk»- Insurance ('mupuny, '/>^ j 7 e 

li C!. Slate of tlie MarU».t. ;» a 7 f 

liichards (Uenr-Adiu.; on the Arctic Expedition, 

21 m l\ e 
Jiichaid^oii (Dr.) on Homoeopathy, 1 j 11 e 

(G. B.) on the rimnies Prevention of Floods 

Bill. 'J» i (> e 

(T. \V.) New Way to the Pole. IG n 11 y 

Kiehes (T. 11 any; ou ihe Entombed Miners, 7 

joe 
Bichmond Park. 1) a 8 h~\2 a 10 A 
Kid^dale Jiitu^ilistic CatH*. sp^ Aiichks Coitrt 
Kieger (Dr.) on PansUvLsni in Uohenda, 22 j 4 e 
3^io 'J^nto Company, Hep<jrt. 11 a 11 e — 5 m 8 d 
Kitchie ^ Arthd.) on ihe Malay Pirates. 1 ; o / 
liituulists and I>i8-establi>hment, Meeting about, 

4 /// 8 r 
Kiver Pollution in America, 17 a 0/ 

Act, 2<i /// H f 

Deputation to Government on. ]1> « 7 d 

Ikivers < Lord) Dedhn-s to Attend the '1 ichborne 
Deintmsiraiion, 5 //< 1 1 / 

{^'i. Francis) on the Frosts, &e., m 13 c 

KolK^rts (C. 11.; Trusts for I^g.d Education, 20 

a8h 
Robbery from Mr. Stephenson on the Highway 

near Harnley, 1/11 b 
— — of HontU be;wei*n Calais and Amiens. 4 / 7 
f— 4; 11./— 5 / I I n—ijj 5 u—7 } 8 a— 6 j 10 
c— 11 /S"/— -Jl' ;> *r 
llighvvay, on IJlarkhcath, (I j 10/— 14 / 14 

Robertson ( — ) an 1 the S.*a Ser^K-nt. 2 m 9 d 
BobiuHon (^IJobt. Spii;e<.T; «>.j ihe J/ijirxii'ie, 25 j 

it h—'l{) I !0 I- 
2vocl)eft»rt i^Hrnri^ and his f,"ntfrn. 24 a \0 r 
Roche-Jier. a t oi.;.e <ri!!)if lor ihc- New Bishop, 

20;li/ 
— — New Hisliop IK'^iunafe, 1 aw '.» /-— 2 m 9 e — 

12 //♦ 7 ^—17 III 10 '• 
R(xlwell { ~ ) on Ga-i •"onnvni.^s '.^ n 7 e 
(ilunt'i; ai i!ie ixwonh FarnuT's Club, 

Annual IMi;»kt. 2i /»* ('• «'- 
Roebuck (.1. A. i on lntt-n»|K'rance. 12 nt 12 b 

on the 1 '«rk.i.-Ii End'ass^y, UK/ H '• 

RoiK'-stdu (J )p. iiet>. ; Oxlord and the Civil Service 

of Imlia, I ") / 4 /' 
Roman I'^twy, Discovery of, at Colchester, 11 

m4 d 

Helies Discovered »t Sitthijihonrne. 2 j 11/ 

■' Kemains, Discovery of, in Monnioutlwhii'e, 

lalO € 
Romanes [^G, J.) Evolution »f Nv^rves, 29 »i 4 « 
Borne. An^fh)- American llomeftt, 2 <i 8 e 
Roii'nbusb (C) on Sierre Leone-, iU a 10 c — 7 

ibh 
"■ijUen Row, *c^ Hri>« Pauk 

x»lter«^^ 'in. New BricUres in, 2G /m 11 1 



Bonjre et Noir. Sale of tlw Debts of tF>e Deiuix-t 

Hondmri; Bank. 11 a d n 
ROUM ANIA : - 
Anno«mc»» Hs Indeprndencv and Declare* 

the Prince a Kin^. 23 w .'» e—}iO itr 5 h 

(^invention wnh l<n.sj<ia. 21) w 10 h 

Currency Question in, 28 m 5 b — 30 mob 

Deerif . Text of. 2U / r» d 

Disstdution of the Chambers, 20 f 9 d 

Disturlwiices at Darabani, 9 / 7 r 

German Firnjs Pressinj* for Pajment of 

War Materiel. 28 m 6 /* 
Impeachment of the late Cabinet, 2 « 4 a— 

SaHd 

Military Contingent, 7 o 5 e 



Miscellaneous New», 6 a 5 /— 6 a 5 d — 7 a 

5 6—14 a 7 e-lG a 6 /— 17 a 5 /— 19 a 5 b i. 

d—2&jod 

New Order of. Bestowed, 7j7b 

Protest of Great Britain and AnfttTxa 

against itM Attempted Independence, \*2 m 7 e 
Text of Prin(!e Charles's Beplj to tbe 

Address of the Chambers on the Dedaratioii 

of Independence, 24 w o c 
and the War Question in the Assembly, IS 

m 5 a 

see War in the East 

Bound ((). S.) on the Wild Bird's Prcterration 

Act. 7 a» b 
1^JUS ( Adm.) lUness of, 12^ 6 d^\S j 9 /*— 14 j 

10 6-.15>5«— 18i 11 f 
Memorial to — a Life-Boat for the Saasex 

Coast. 27/8 A 
Boyal Academy, Anniversary Dicncr, 7 m 10 a 

Exhd)i(ion, see Fine Arts 

New Member. 19 ; 9 / 

Purchases from the Chantry Bequest, 7 

w4«— 17 m 7/ 
Agricultural Society of England, 3 iw 11 a 



— 2;J m G </— 26 m 12 f—7 .? 9 / 

— Albert Hall Orchestral Society, 9 <j e 

— Aquarium and Summer and Winter Garden 
Society. 2 n 5 e 

Whitebait in, 30/ 6 f 

Arch»\ilogical Institute. Diplomas of Mem- 



bership Presented to Dr. and Mrs. Scbliemanii, 
5 m 1 2 e 
Mrs. Schlicmann Reads a Paper an 



Ancient Greece before. 9 j>" 9 e — 12/5/ 

Asiatic Society. Annual Meeting, 7 j 13 *i 

Association in Aid of the Deaf and Ihnsb^ 

18./ o// 
Botanic Society, Meetings, 17 a 12 6 — 5jf 7 

d—njVif 

New Fellows Elected, 14 m 11 e— 28 m 9 /" 



— Botanical Society's Flower Show, 19 a lOrf 
— 17/n 7/ 

Second Summer Exhibition, H^' 10 <? 



— Caledonian Asylum, Annual Dinner, 14 / 
10 a— 18/9/* 

Fancy *BaIl, 26; 9/ 

(/ambridge Asyhim for SoWieps' Widowi, 



Annual Meeting, 24 m 10 t 
— Colonial Institute, 17 m 7 rf— 18 m 8 a— 1» 
fit 12o— 6>6rf 

Conrersnztoue^ 14 / 10 <i 



DvibUn Soeiotv's Catti>ShDw, 6 a 6 t 



June 30, 1S77.] palmrii's ikdbk to ** tiik ii3i£8 " newspaper. 



Rut 



Koyal Exchange Vaults, 17 a 10 6 — 18 a \0 f 
Fr«o Hospital, Antiiversary Festival, 17 m 

General Dispensary, Annual Dinner, 12 a 

12 b 

Theatrical Fund, Annual Festival, 7 j 



12 c 



General Meeting, o n A h 



— Geograpfaical Society, Anoiversary Meet- 
ing, 21) m 10 «— ,^l) m fi c 

Award a ^K'dal to Capt. Sir G. S. Nares, 



26 a 9y--3<) (I 10 a 
to Funclit Naia 



Singh, the Indian 
Explorer, 30 a 10 s 

l-ectures before, 2o a S /—\2 j 8 c— 26 



Meetings, 15 /« 1 1 / -12 ; 8 c 

— Historical Society, IJunutary Diplomat 
Presented to Dr. and Mr)«. Ncniiciiiann, 16 ? 9/ 
the ICniperur of lirtail Accepta Honorary 



Fellowship. 27.; 5 f 

— Horticultural Society, Fcrtniglitly Show, 

5 a 10/— 20 ; 10 /' 

Flower Show. 1 9 a 10 </ 

the Quoen at, '6 m 10 a— 5 m 13/ 

Great Froviucial Show at Preston in 



1878, 14 7 11 € 

Award of Medals. 7 ; \\b 

Inrited to Kq»n.'sent Horticulture at the 



Paris Exhibition, 14 y 5 « 

New Fellows, 7 « 9/— 1 1 « 12 « 



— Household Api»ointmeiits, 7 « /'— 21 « 10 
€— 1'^ m 8 u— 26 ta JO c—iM) m 8 r— 20 j 6 / 
Humane Society, Meeting for Awards, 20 



a 8 d — 1 7 /w i c 

Infirmary for Women and (iiildren. Re- 
opened by the Princess Louise, 17 m 10 /* 

Institute of British Architects. Dr. Srhlic- 

mann Elected an Honorary Member, i la M t 
— 12/«>« 

Institution, Annual Meeting, 2 //» 9 « 

I/ectures iK'lore, 11 a 11 /— 17 n 10 h — 

24 a 12 r— 8 m 12 e -10 m 7 /— 10 m 8 rt— 22 
m 7 </— 2;j m 9y— 29 m 4 c— 4 ; 9 /—1 1 j 12 c 
-12/4./ 

New Chymicnl ProJessor, 22 in 7 d 



— Literary Fund. Aiinivcrsnry Dinner, I0;w Ca 

— Mail Steam Packet Company, 12 a 7 »i— 21 
n 13 6—26 ale 

— National Life-Boat Institution, Meeting 
and Awards. (; a c — 9 ; 18/; 

— Naval Sch'Mil. Annual Meetinjf. 25 m \\ b 

— Normal Collcj^o, Concert at Dudley House 
in Aid of. 10 m 5 / 

Mrs. Fawcett*8 Lecture to Aid. 21 m a 



— Society, Candidates for Fellowbhips, 21a 
13 6—8/ 10/ 

Fellows Elcct«»d. 7 m 10 « 

Prince Lcoi>old*8 Inaugural Address 



before, 27 a 9 c 

Professor Tyndall on Spontaneous Gene- 



ration before, 24 «« 4 / 

Query for, 22 / 4 « 

lieceptioti, 14^ 10 a 



— Annual, 2t> a 10 c 
Society of Musicians. 19 « fi « 
Visit to (^udiz in 1024. A a ti t 



Ruiller (Professor) on the Potter's Art ia 

Britain. 14 m 10 a 
Rugby School. Elections, 23^ 11/ 

S<:holarfrhip Examinations, 23 « 9/ 

Speech Day, 18 / 9 / 

Humour of a Loan, *rora the Eronomht, 2i* .j 12/ 
Kussell (Earl) Welcome of the Working Men to 

Pembroke Lwlge, 22 « 8 i 
(J. Scott) on Modern War Fleets, 11 j 12 /* 

— 13/ 10 </ 

(W. H.) on the Turkish Wounded. 27y 8 b 

(W. J J on the Chymical Society, o a li d 

EU3SIA; — 

Addresses to the Czar while in Moscow, 

10 m 5 d 

Booksellers in. Suspend Payment, 80 a 5« 

CommeiciHl Treaty with Spain, 3 o 3 c 

Connpiracies in, 10 o 5 e 

Cof rcbpondence from Constantinople, 25 J 

6 c 
Court News, 9 a 5 «— 1 1 a 7 6—21 a 7 c/— 

S m h a 

Circular Ironclads, Note about, 23 m 11 c 

Customs UcctMpts, 7 a o e 

Notices, [) o It e 

Czar at Momx)w. 7 m Tt a 

the Czar and the Prince of Uuutuania at 



Bucharest, \l^ / '» r 

— Declflratiim of War with Turkey, see Wxa 

— Diplomatic News. 17 n 5/ 

— Dumesiic Loan. 15 /5 c 

— Emi^ratii)n of GerniMns from. 1.^ " 5 b 
and England, If* m 5 c — 5 } o a —^j o a— 



15>4f 

- English Declaration of Neutrality handed 
in. o m r> n 

and the English rreniier, 1 1 w 5 b 

Finance of. Note aboai, 'J a o b 

Elect, 15/ .*> e 

Grand l>uke Alexis takes the Oath oa 

Coming of Age. 1 1 /« 5 // 

Insult to Cql. Wellc&ley and Apology, 277 

8 a 

Judgment againsi Dr. Strou^berg to be Ini- 

mediaicly Kxutured, 2.'> y ^ n 

the IvraAUovudsk Expedition Defeat the 



Turcomans. 13 ; '» / 
— Letter from the Czar Thanking the Synod 
for Contpleting thi'ir Tnutblaiion of the Bible, 
23 a e— 24 a T) / 

Menaces India by Way of tlie Pamir, if 



England Aids Tuiker. i.*> m 5 /• 

Miscellaneous NtWh. 2;> a ."> c 

New lA>aii, 2 <i 3 c— 2u a 5 »• — 5 711 7 1 — 1*J 

m 7 n — 14 m 7 c — 15 ih 5 c — lo lu o d-^'i^ m i i 

c — lo .? 5 e — 10 / 7 e 

Ninth lestie of Silver Currency, 18 / 7/ 

in the Pac.fic, 2(i mi h y 

Public ftubacriptioas for the Wounded, 7 

;/) 5 a 



•— Purchases the Gigantic Krupp Cannon from 
the Philadelphian Kxhibititm. 1:3/ 7/ 

— Kectption of the (.'zar ai iit, Pciersburgon 
his Ueturu, 8 m 5 c 

— lleligious Tolerance in, 5 j 4 'l 

— Humour th;»t the Czar w ^affering froia 
Stonp. 1 1 £1 7 ^ 



J^tt5 



FALM£B 8 INDEX TO ** TUK TiMKS NEWSPAPER. 



[Apmi 



Buflsia (continued). 

r iShuuts a I'olish Rebel after Granting him 

Tardun, 29 m o «— 13 ; 5 c— 18> 7 e 

iSoletiin Entry of the Czar mto St. Peters- 



burg. LI 7/106 

~ and Turkey, 18 « 6 d— 23 a 5 c 

■- — Two St. Petersburg Journab Suppressed 

for a Month, 26 </ 5 6 
War Hospital Established in Moscow, 30 a 

hd 
West Indian Fleet Ordered to Leare, 14 w 

da 
j^ussiaii Declaration, Notes about. 21 a 8 h — 23 

m G «— 24 m 4; 1/ 
Embassy. 3 m 9y— 9 m 12 c/— 12 m 12 c— 16 

w 9 / 

^ Liberalism. Lecture on, 10 m 8 a 

PresM on the English Ministry, 30 i 5 </ 

: Prisoners in England -Monument to, at 

Lewes, t m \'l d 
_ — and Turki&h Armies, 30 a U </ 

S. 
^ddl?rs* Company, Banquets, 25 a 9 a — 17 m 10 

„— lb m 9y— li» m 10 a 
Sain (M.) on At \ -Russian Panics, 2 m 12 6 
ijiale ot blaves in Oairo, 24 wi 8 // 
^ialisUury (Marquis of J Withdraws his Resigna- 
tion HS, thiiirman of the Herts Quarter Ses- 

.•'ions. 4 r/ y « 
: — '- C'hai t?l. Christ CUur^b — Case of Lprd 

Malnietb.ury, it) <i y./— 12; 8 r— 14.; y « 
Ifalitrs' half, *e^ Sai^dleks.* Compakit, nut 

Sn t rs' 

liauquet, 17 m 10 a— 18 »« 9/— 19 m 10 a 

^altpftre, State of Trade in. half 

;*{ilzburg Musical Fej*livai, 2H m 10/ 

>;nid Storm, 2 m 11 /' 

>HndtMndn (^J. G.) Solar IJalo. 22 / 8 d 

;c»aii<ior (^Petoti, the Great Hungarian Poet) an 

Exile in Siberia, IG wi 9/ 
Sttund^rs (Trelawny) Indian Presidencies, 14i 6 a 
>auuders'b Mews Letter, a New Proprietorship, 
' ;2 / 4c 
iit. Agnes. Kennington, Remoral and Re-inser- 

lion of a Stained Glass Window in, G a 10 </ 
«t. Alban's Al^bey, 19 //i G « 

'-_ Bi4iopric, 12 m 12 c 

. — luvisiiiure of the First Bishop, 25 w 11 b 

— 137 10./ 
Official Document Designed for Use, 13 

; 10 ./ 
St. Andrew's University, Ceremony of Capping, 

23 a 8 c 

■z Degrees Conferred, 23 o 8 c 

:>t. George*s Da^, Service at Campden Hill. 

Churcli, 25 o lb / 
%t. Gothanl'iiTunnelj Conference on the Opening 
' of, 19 w 8 a 
%x. James's, Hatchara, Demonstration of the 

Working Mens Protestant League against 

Mr. Tooth's Conduct, 19 m 8/ 
---— "Elf^ion of c'hurch wardens, 4 cr 6 6 
.^-1 Mr. Fry's Defence for Removing Innoya-, 

tiipns in th^ Church. 29 /u 9 « 
,_— I — and a Deputation tQ the Abp. o^ Canter- 
"^ VV^" OA l^e Aflaire of,, 12> 9 </ 



I St. James's, Hatcham, Mr. Yty^ Thnatwrd 
with Proc«'edings, 7 j IS / 
Notices about, 15 m 12 c— 21 m S^/— 1? . 

Mr. Tooth Celebrates the Sacrament in, 14 

W8/ 
Mr. Fry Protests against and Qrden fat» 

Arrest, 14 w 8 /* 
Mr. Webb's Complaint to the An^detccfi 

on Mr. Fry Removing the Ritualistic Oraa- 

ments from the Churcb. 26 ; 12 r 
Deputation to the Abp. of Cantolmrr. 

15i6/ 

St. John of Jerusalem, Order of, Aanaal Com- 
memorative Service, 26/8 a 

St. Katherine's Hospital, Notice* abont,^ 10 a i« 
c— 12 m 13 f— 17 m 6 e— 22 m 11 /— 24 « 6 i 

St. Luke*8, Preston ville. Consecration of, 4 « 6 «■ 

St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, Voluntary Church 
Rate for, 19 to 11 / 

St. Mark's, Regent's Park. Prince Leopold Lars 
the First Staiie of, 26 jS/ 

College, Chelsea, Anniversary Festival, -T 

fl4/ 

St. Marjfaret's, Westminster, Note about, 2 ; lO « 

St. Michael and St. George, ApiH)intmenis to tlhf 
Order of, 2 »w 9y— 31 mi 6 o— I 3 9 / 

St. Pancras Guardians, Meeting to Conaider tbi! 
Case of M. Bishop, 15 ; 12 6 

St. Paul's Cathedral, the C hambre Svndicale de« 
Ouvriers Menuisiers &c. at Paris Offer * 
Si-ulptured Pul{»it for St. Paul's, for the Aid 
UeuUered bv England during th« late War, 1:! 
tt 11./— 27'./ 4/— 23; 7/ 

a Free i hurc)i, 24 w 6 6 

the Judges at, 12/11 h 

the Lord Mayor and the Judges at, 16 a 6 



c— 17 a, 8 <i 

— I*reacher8 for To-morrow, 7 a bf—b 

for the Month, 4 m 4 </— 29 w 11 ^ 



11 / 



Restoration, Meeting of the Committee, II 

i 12 J 
S<;hliemann (Dr. Henry) Architecture of Troy. 

1 Ml 6 e 
Banquet to, by the Grocers* Company, 3i» 

HI 8 a 



Receives Honorary Diplomas from Societies, 

1 i«6c-12;6«— 16j 9 f 

Review of his Life, 6 i 5 < 

ai tli^ Salters' Cojnpany, 67 S « 

on Troy and its i^nalogy to Mvcqensi, 12 « 

8 a 
^hools of Art, 7 a 5/ 

Ship Society, A,nniversary Meetinf?, 14i 6 « 

Science and War. 19 w 12 a 

Scientific Apparatus, Loan CoUei^tion of, 3 a 8/ 

Mining. 9 a 1 1 a 

and L'nseientific Slaughter, 19 m 9 f 

Sclater ( — ) Lecture on Cats an^ Lipxia, 25 « 8 ^ 

Scotch Poor Law, 18 i 12 e 

Scotland. Liberation Movement in, 18 191 8 a 

Opening of the General Ass^njbl^, 2^ m 6 <( 

Scojtt (John) Preventable Losses pf SJii^p, 25 m 

10 <r 
(Sir Walter) Portrait of, by ?*and8eer. Sale 

of, at Chn*«tie's 1 1 i 8 s 
Scottish Ai^icable Life Assurance Sodety, 4 si 6 «( 



June JJrt, liT".] i*ai..i»kr's in'i>rx to the "•tijiks*' NK\rsi'Ai'Kii. 



Sh 



^^ottish Australian Investment Cumpany, 2C a 
lb- b m 8 <i 

Mining Company, 21 m 7/— 80 « 7 « 

Equitable Life JSodefy, 27 j 6 ♦ 

Free Church, General Assembly, 25 w 6 e 



— 26 M 12y~28 m 11 <r— 29 m 6 /— 30 //i 6 6— 
31 m 6 <— Sy 7 •— 7> 5./— 21 ? 1 1 « 
— General Assemblv, Annual Sittings, 25 m 6 
e— 26 m 12/— 28 m 11 r— 29 m 6 y--81 » 6 </ 
—5 i 7 «— 7 I* 5 /* 

of the Established Church, Abp. of Can- 



terbury at, 2j 7 t 

— Imperial Insurance Company, 4 m 6 d 

Jurisdiction and English County Courts, 2& 



a 6c 

Provident Institution, 14 m 9 a 

Provincial Assurance Company, 25 o 5 e 

— Metropolitan Life Assurance Company, 14 

— United Presbyterian Synod, Annual Meet- 
ing, 2im\\d 

Widows' Fund Life Assurance Society^ 26 



m96 
Sea Lion, sse Briohton Aquarium 

Serpent, 2 w 9 rf— 14; 13 u— 15^ Uy 

Fishery, 24 « 11 a 

Seal Massacre Season, 1 1 a 5 fr 

Seamen at Church. 18 ; 7/ 

8eamen*8 Hospital Society, Greenwich, Donation 

of the Prince of Wales to, 6 ci 9y' 
Self Sacrifice, 21 m 10 c 
Sebton Common, Mr. De Morgan's Meeting on 

its Enclosure, 11 a !0 6 
Selwyn (Bp.) on the South Sea Slave Trade, 4 

Serjeants* Inn, Note of an Old Clerk about, 7 m 

the Hall to be Let. 7 w 6/ 

Portraiu Presented to the National Portrait 

Gallery, 12 m 13 /" 

Servants' Home, 23 m 12 a 

8EBVIA:— 

Anniversary of the Surrender of the Ser- 
vian Fortresses by the Turks, 19 n 5 6 

— — Celebration of the l^uuiiding of the Pre- 
sent Dynasty in. 2 u 3 ^—3 <i 3 a 

Arrests in, \6 ab d 

and Bulgarian Distress in, 16 a 7 r 

Conduct of the Prince on Visiting the Czar 

Noted by Turkey to the Signatory Powers, 
20; 6 « 

Conservative Club Established at Belgrade, 

Mabd 

Death of the Brother of the Princess of, 28 

<i9/ 

English Hospital at Belgrade Closed, 6 a6 « 

Orphan Home, Easter Celebration in, 10 



abe 



Final Evacuation by Turkey, 1,1 a 7 c 

Gold Cross of the Takova, 4 « 8 a 

High Mass at, with Prayers for Russian 

Success, 30 m 5 & 
Miscellaneous. News, 4 u 5 c — 7 a 5 c & t— 

9 a 5 b — 18 a 6 6 — 5 m 7 c — 7 m 5 c — 15 ; C 

-29i6</ 
•: — and Montenegro, 19^ 5 « 



O J_.l o _ o _ 



-Servia frnntmuetiy^ 

OflSi'ers in the Army of, can Obtain Equal 

Hanks in the Greek Army, <> « 5 o— 16 a 5 »/ 
Payment of Debts Further Postponed, 31 

m b e 
Refugees Demurring to Return, 10 a 5 c — 

10 a U)h 
Re- Opening of tW Schools in, 9 a 5 6—26 

abd 

Russian Officers in. 10 <v 5 c 

Resurrection Sunday. Service in the Greek 

Church. 9o "6 /;— 10 a 6 c 

Strict Neutrnlity to be Observed in, 26 a 5 (i 

Trea>»on Cases in Dispute, \ a b b 

and Turkey, 13 a 5 c— 14 a 7 r— 19 / 6 / 

Remonstrates against Volunteers from, in 

Bosnia. 9 a 5 6 

Visit of the l*rince to the Ciar, 20 ; 5 d 

and the War, 20 u 5 u— 16> 7 6—19 1 5/ 

Sewage, Notes about, 16 a d d 
Shaftesbury Park Estate, Meeting of the Te- 
nants, 7 tit 6/ 
I^ord, and the Factories Question, 19 m 12 

6-22 m 7 e— 23 m 6 /— 24 m 9/— 29 wi 8 c 

on the Wyclifife Commemoration, 13^ 10 



e— 20yil a 

Shakespeare Anniversary Festival at Stratford- 
en-Avon, 20 a 5 « —24 a 10 c 

Festival of the Urban Club at St. John's 

Gate, 20 a 5 «— 24 a 10 c 

Shakespearian Criticism, 4 a 9 e — 5 atb 

Readings, 19 a 7/ 

Share Investment Trust, 25 o 11 a— 28 a 13 c 
Shavr (Capt.) Accident to While Proceeding to a 

Fire at the Isle of Dogs. 27; 6 rf 
Sheep. Import of American, 9 m 12 rf 

Killed on a Railway at Chalford, 19 a 9 / 

Preventable Losses of, 25 m »0 e 

Mortality among, 4 7 8 /* 

Sheffield, Cocoa and Coffee House Opened in, by 

Mr. Mappin, 1 1 a 6 « 

- Financial Crisis in. 21 a 18 6 

Meeting at the Temperance Hall to Sup- 
port Mr. Gladstone's Resolutions. 3 m 1! a 

and the Patriotic Building Societies of, 21 

a 18 6 

Proposed Co-Operative Village at Abbey- 
dale, near, 9 a 6 c 

Mr. Roebuck i»t the Albert Hall, Address 

on Intemperance, 12 »i 12 6 

Mr. Ruskin at, 9 o 6 c 

Rufisian Orders Executing in, 5 m 12 « 

University at, 2 w 11/ 

Shelford (W.) on English and Italian floods, 25 
a b e 

Shelley (A. C.) on the Removal of Rags and 
Bones, b m 12/ 

Sheridan (H. B.) the Police and Untried Prison- 
ers, 8 a 9 / 

^ he ward (Geo.) on the Tasmanian Railway, 5 a 

SHIP NEWS :— 

Baltic Navigable. 14 to 7 e— 21 m 6 a 

Bureau Veritas, Returns, 30 a 8 a— 2^ 9> f 

Channel Steamers, 19 a 10/ 

Citfj of Btrlin and her One Month Certifi-. 



fhip Newo ('-ontin-'eJ). 

C'».'// of B UfiAtls. Nen-8 nlK»ut. 14 w S n — 1 fi ni 

12 '.— '|}i m 11 /~:.M M (i / — *2<; w/ JO A— 28 «i 

10/- 



— < 'olIiHion of the Dfitana and the Auriga, off 
the EilJydtone, « a (» /" 

of the FenftH'ind B»'umm^ with Steamer 



Unknown, off Dungi^ness, Tl ml a 

of the Matriihouy and the A^nes, on the 



Th lines. 12 w 12r 

of the Prometheus and the Lift/, 29 j 9/ 

of the Rainbow and the Fairby, 2S /« II A 

of the liothef'Hry and the Cleopa, 1 8 /i H) « 

— of the Triniuph and the Benjatnin White- 
worth, 2 « 7/ 

Otficial Inquiry, 24 a 10 a 



— Deck Cargoes, 20 a 10 e 

— Destruction of the />o, by Fire, at Sea, 16 
a 5 f/— 30 n 8 a 

— Disasters at Sea, 2 a 7 /"-S a 8^—5 « 8 b 
— 7rt (jrt_io« 10 e- 12 a" 5 /— 13 « 10 </— 16 
u 9 /*— 17 a 6 «--17 a 10 c— 18 a 10 «— 19 a 10 
CT— 20 a 5 r— 23 a 10 (/— 24 a 10 c— 26 a 9 /— 
80 « 8 n~2 lA 10 c— 5 m 1 1 /— 11 m 8 C--12 m 
12 /'— 21 m 6 /*— 22 m 7 a— 24 w 10 c--25 w 6 
f— 28 m 1 1 6—30 in 10 c— 5 / 10 a— 8; 6 /"—IS 
/ 10 e— 28/ 10 t 

from the Tidal Wave, 21 m 6 /^ 

the Fl/erhnuseiiy all the Crew Struck by 



LightninfJTt 10 a 10 «; 

— English Steamer, Alleged Destruction of, 
by Torpedoes at Kertsch, 4 m 10 /* 

— Explosion on Board the Sidovian, 8 w 5 f— 
10m5/-21 w6/-22w 7rt--l8i 14 A 

the Levant^ Official Inquiry, 1 i 11 d 

— Fire on Board the Canadian, at Sea, 7 ; 10 i 
the Ophrodita, in Liverpool East India 



Dock, 18i8/' 

the Stnnton, in the Thames, 7 m 1 1 /* 

the Riji^man. at Sea, 14 j 13 a 



— First Foreign Ship Leaving an English Port 
with Steerage Passengers, 20 a 10 e 

— Float ini? Wreck, 31 m 8 c 
Katie Davenport, Mutiny on Board, 22 m 



9e 

— Loss of the Fishing Smacks in the North 
Sea, Mansicm House Fund for the Widows of 
the Drowned. VI a 5 /--2 m 10 c 

— Missing Vessels, 5 ci 8 b — 12 a 5 y— 11 m 

— New Ocean Steamship, 28 m 6/ 
Rescue at Sea, Award to Capt. Thompson, 



8i«/ 

— the Russland, Breaking up at Long Branch, 
11 r? 7rf 

— Shah and the Huntcar, 14 ; 14 3— 15/ 11 f 
—18 ; 12 rf— 20.; 8 c— 2r> / 6 «/ 

— Shipping? Intelligence, in every dav*s paper 

Trade, Affects of the War on, 7 / 10 6 

Tribunals, 7 a 6 c 

— the Spuin, Arrival of. Disabled. 14 ; 13 a 
Steam Whistles at Gravesend on the River, 



26/1 7/ 

— the Steamer Sultan Lost in the Niger, 27 / 
10 e 

- Stranding of the Windsor Castle, Official 
Inquiry, 20 a 8 6 
i>'2 



Ship News (continued). 

Stranding of the Dakota, off Anglesea, 11 

ftt 8r— 12 ;« 12/ 

State of the Baltic, 9 a 5/ 



Tw«i Pilot- Ijoats from Wilmington Lost with 

all on Board, iH a 5 d 
Waterlogged Derelict Burnt at Sea by the 

Master of the Gnssendi^ 13 ; 10 « 

Wick HarlKHir, 9 a 1 1 c 

Wrecks, Seventeen on the Peruvian Coast, 

19 m 8 a 

of a Week, 21 m 4 / 

Ships. Loss of Jrom Spontaneous Combostion of 

Coal. 4/9 tf 
Shipbuilding in America. 19 m 9 a 
Exhibition at Fishmongers* Ifall, 29 w 7 « 

—30 Mi 9/— 2 j 9 «— 1 ijor 
Shipmasters* Society, Formation of, 12/ 8 c 
Shipwrecked Fishermen and Mariners* Royal 

Benevolent Society, Concert at the lioyal 

AllK^rt Hall to Aid, 22 m 5/ 
ShopUfting in Paris, 23/ 9 </ 
Shrievalty, Elections, 22 j 9/— 2Gi 7 e 
Shrinkage, 26 m 9 /" 
Siberian Exile, the Poet Sandor, 16 m 9y* 

University, Site Selected, 30 to 6 e 

Sidgwick (W. C.) Oxford and the India avil 

Service, 6 ; 5 /* 
Sierre Leone, Notes about, 10 a 10 c — 29 m 8 6 

—7 j 5 h 
Silk, Australian. 11 »n 9 /* 

French v. English Manufacturers, 14<2 \Zd 

and the Worm in Milan, 31 m 7 a 

Silver, Depreciation of, Select Committee on, 7j 

id 
Simpson (Sir James) Unveiling the Statne of in 

Edinburgh, 28 m 9/ 
Simon restimonial. Meeting in the Adeli>hi to 

Promote, 34/ 10 <— 15 ; 5 c 
Singular Coincidence in Birth and Death Rates, 

5 a 5 /'— 17 rt 12 c 
Skii:ners' Comjiany, Banquet at, 9/ 13 « 
Shide (Harry) Appeal for the Turkish Sick aitd 

Wounded, 21 m 8 a—'JS m 8 6— 19 flO /* 
(Vice Adm.) on Turkey and Russia, 16 m 

10/ 
Slater (John) on Bankruptcy Prosecutions. 16 a 

la 
Slave Trade in the South Seas, 4 a c 
Slavonic Missionaries in Bulgaria, 21 m A a 
Sloths and Ant Eaters, Lecture on, 12/4 a 
Small Change — Coinnge ©f One Third of a Far- 
thing, 19/ 4 </ 
Small Pox Ambulances, 24 w 6 /> 
Application to Eject a Family Scffeiin; 

from, 12 M 14 d 

Hospital at Isleworth, Deputation against, 



23 a Oc 

Epidemic, 24 m 1 1 /* 

in Manitoba, 18 wi 9 /* 

Outbreak at Orfett,'l9i 10 d 

Return of Cases in London, 30 ; 14 tf 

at Sistova, Mr. Challis the American Mis* 

sionary's Wife Dies, 14 wi 7 a 

Spreading Infection, 14 r? 7/ 



Smith (E. T.) on the Uoyal Exchange Y«Plt3, 
J7«10 6 



Juno oO. 1?77 ] PALMKr:*s ixuk.x to 



(( 



»f 



riK TtMKs NKwsrArrr?. 



Tpo 



Smith (U. l*a vne) on Canterbury Caihcdral. it 

in 7 / — 7 / 14 h 
(Kecves; on the Infant Sea Lion, !.S m 12 

Smoke Uespirator« for Fires. 3 7w 5 / 

Social Science Congress, Notice alK)ut. 28 m 8 /i 

— 18; (W 

of Antiquarians, Lectures before. 4 / 7t f 

of Arts. Conference on Insects Injurious to 

Agriculture before, 1 j 14 /» 

Annual Meetintj. 28 7 e 

Domestic Economy Report. 30 / <> d 

Lectures before, 10 a 11 r — in .i 10 e— 

20 a 4 /— 23 o 4 6—20 o J) /— 2r ^< 4 * —3 ./i 

10 «— 10 m 9/--24 m 6 «— 2I> m 1" '/— 21 ' 7 / 



of Friends, Annual Church l*arilaine:'.t of. , w (I e 



— for Improving the Condition of the Labour- 
ing Classes. 30.? 13/ 

of Water Colour Painters. 24 o 4 « 



Solicitors' Benevolent Association, Half -Yearly 

Meeting, 24 a 10 « 
Somebody's Engagements, from Punch, \ al f 
Sous of the Clergy, Anniversary Festival, 17 m 

10 a 

Meeting of the Governors, 28 w i2 a 

Sofheran-Estcourt (Rt. Hon. T.) Memorial to 

Memory of. 2 ci 7 e 
South Eastern Rjulwav's Provident Savings 

Bank, Report, 11 > 6— 15 / 10 d 
Kensington Training Schools, M. Dalon 

Appointed M(»deller. 26 m 12/ 
Southey, the Poet, Death of the Daughter of 

19 a 10/ 
Southsea Common, Military Disturbance in, 3 a 

3e 
Twelve Chinese Military Officers at, 23 7 

8/* 
Sovereign Life Assurance Company, Z ml f 
SPAIN:— 
Allemany (the Ex-Carlist) Applies for the 

Roval Amnestv, G a o d 

Basque Provinces Refuse to Assimilate 



with the Rest of, \(j m 5 d 

Don Curios Seods them a Commendatory 



Letter on their Decision. 15 m b d 

— British Subjects, Treatment of in, 27 a 4 6 

— Budget. SO a 5 / 

— Bull Fights to be Suppressed, 22 j 5/ 

— Cort€s. Proceedings in, IB m 5 c 

— Court News. Ex-Queen of Spain Requests 
the Pope to Use his Influence to Prevent 
the King Marrying any but a Cathohc, 4 m 



Ue 



the King at Cadiz Contrasted with the 



Visit of PhiUp IV. in 1624, 4 a 6 / 
at Xeres, 5 a G d 



Tour of the King, 2 a 4 «— 3 a 9 a 



— DiplomaticNews, 9a5 /^— 10a5«— 12a5 f 

— Empress Eugenie Visited by the King and 
Princess, 30 m 5 « 

— and England and the Sulu Islands, II j 7/ 

— Exiled Persons, 30 m 5 e 

— Finances of, 9 o 9 /* 

— Foreign ("oal to be Tjixe«l. 22 ; ."1/ 

— MisceitaiKHJUs News. 4 a 5 d—ll a 7 A-12 



Spain ' innt'ut'pd). 
-— V'nUiu' ihhr, '22 ; :> / 

lit liujou.H Intollertince in-^:i rron-slf.nt 

^c^\UL• Stopped l>v Aniitd Men, 9 n i.> / — \:i 

Spjini>h Probate (\Mirt. 7 a (\ f 

Sinnjrgk'rs ai dibraliar. v-> m/ 1 1 // 

Speaker's I'arlianKntary Full Dress J>inner, 20 

a 7 f'--'2i> a 10 r 
Speculative Kinartcing, 30 ; 13 « 
Spet'ulatois and Flats, 13 a 10 r 
Spelling Reform CoiiJerenco, 19 in 9 /* — 30 »i G il 
Loudon School Board Committc*e on, 13 i 

10 r 

Meeting at the Society of Arts alwut, 31 



a Mother's Objection to Education. 2 ; 7 / 

Spicer (Henry) (Circular to the Direct United 

States CableC'oni[ any, 22 j 10 « 
Spinoza. Lecture on. 24 a 12 c 
Spirit Duties, Notes about, 9 a 7 /» — 13 a 10 « 
Spirits. Return of the Consumption of, 14/6 e 
Spontaneous ('ombn.stion of Coal at Sea, 22 / 9/ 
SPOETING INTELLIOEKCE: — 

Ascot Cup Day, K"i 7 11 a 

Week. 28 w t> c—ll j 12 o— 12 ; 10 </— 

13/11 «-14/8a-lf>/10a--18./12/ 

Athletic Sports— Civil Service, 4y i2 c 

England v. Ireland 28 m 6 </ 

London Club. 30 a 10 rf— 2 lu 12 /*— 14 m 



8 ^-29 III 6 A— ti j 10 a—^oj 9 c— 2G f \\ d 
21 j 10 c 

Private Banks Club, 21 ./ 10 e 

Royal Miliury Academy, 21 / 10 e 

Working Men's Meeting, 3 a 6/ 



— Auteuil Races, 13 « 11 a 

— Bath Races, 22 w 6 c— 23 m 6 6 

— Bibury Club Meeting, 28 /11a 

— Bicycling— Contest for the One- Mile Cham- 
pioiKship at Lillie Bridge, 13 ; 1 1 e 

the London Club, 22 ?w 6 «- 11 j 12 « 

Meeting at Hampton Court, 28 m 6 d 

Oxford and Canibri<lge Races, 12.? 10 e 

Ten Mile Di.-^trict Challenge Cup Race of 



the London Club. 12 / 10 e 
Billiards, the Championship Match, Roberts 

t?. Cook, 80 w 10 c 

Boating at Cambridge, 23 »w 1 1 c 

Bois de Boulogne Races. 3 a 6 /'— -9 a \0 b 

—16 a 10 c^— 23 a lOc-9 w 6 6—11 m 8 d— 

14 m 8 h 
Bristol and Western Counties. Meeting, 9 

Q 10 a— 10 a 12 c -11 a9d— 12o 10 c 
ChantilljT Races, 21 /« 11 a— 25 m 6 a— 28 

TO C a 

Cheltenham Steeplechases, 9 a 10 a 

Chester Meeting, 7 m 6 A— 8 -« 12 rf— 9 m 

12 /— 10 m 6 </-ll m 8 </— 12 w 12 < 

Coaching Club. 17 m 9/— 22 7 10 c/ 

Craven Hounds. Sale of , 3 m 8 A 

(Mcket— -in Australia, lab /— 21 a 7 € — 

2 M o c — 14 m 5 d—\j 5 e 

Eton V. Winchester, 26 / ^ c 

Gentlemen v. Players, 39^ 10/— 80 / 14 c 

Kent t'. Notts, 16> 11 c— 18 ; 18 c 

Marvlebonc Club and Ground t?. Cani'* 



t'i'f/ of' B u-isels. Nen-8 alKMit. ] 4 w 3 a — 10 m 

12 'i— 111 m 11 /—IM m G /— 2(; «/ 10 />--28 m 

loy 

rollision of the UfUnna and the Auriga, oflf 

the EtMy stone. « a (» /" 

of tlie FeriiiH'ind Bfumm, with Steamer 



Unknown, off Dungoness, 22 m 7 a 

of the Mutrituoiiy and the Agnes, on the 



Thiinca. 12 w 12 <? 

of the Prometheus and the Lily, 29 j 9/ 

of the Rainbow and the Fairhy, 2S mWb 

of the liotheltHry and the Cleopa, \^n\Oe 

— — of the Trittmph and the Benjamin White' 

worth, 2 a 7/ 

OflScial Inquiry, 24 a 10 a 



— Deck Cargoes, 20 a 10 e 

— Destruction of the Leo, by Fire, at Sea, 16 
a 5 rf— 30 aSa 

— Disasters at Sea, 2 a 7 /"-a a 8/--5 « 8 b 
_-7„ (}a_iOrt 10 e- 12o'5 /—13 a 10 (/— 16 
a 9 /•— 17 a 6 e--17 «i 10 c— 18 a 10 «— 19 a 10 
CT— 20 a 5 r— 23 a 10 </— 24 a 10 c— 26 a 9 /— 
80 « 8 rt— 2 m 10 r-"5 7/1 1 1 /—1 1 711 8 c— 12 m 
12 /'— 21 m 6 /— 22 m 7 «— 24 w 10 c— 25 w 6 
c— 28 m 11 6—30 //i 10 e— 5 ; 10 a— 8; 5 /*- 13 
; 10 c— 28^10 e 

from the Tidal Wave, 2lmG f 



— the Fl/erhnusen, all the Crew Struck by 
Lightning, 10 a \0 e 

— English Steamer, Alleged Destruction of, 
by Torpedoes at Kertsch, 4 w 10 /" 

— Explosion on Board the Sidonian, S tn 5 f— 
lOmo /-2l m 6/- 22 m 7rt— 18j 14 Z» 

the Levant, OfHcial Inquiry, 1 i 1 1 d 

— Fire on Board the Canadian, at Sea, 7 ;10 i 
the Ophrodita, in Liverpool East India 



l>ock, 18i8/' 

the Stanton, in the Thames, 7 m 1 1 /* 

the Rifleman, at Sea, 14 J 13 a 



— First Foreign Ship Leaving an English Port 
with Steerage Passengers, 20 a 10 e 

— Float int? Wreck, 31 /« 8 c 
Katie Davenport, Mutiny on Board, 22 m 



9e 

— Loss of the Fishing Smacks in the North 
Sea, Mansion House Fund for the Widows of 
the Drowned. 12 a 5 /— 2 m 10 c 

— Missing VesseLs, 5 a 8 b — 12 a 5 J — 11 m 



Sc 



the Spuin, Arriral of. Disabled. 14 7 13 a 

Steam Whistles at Gravesend on the River, 

26/1 7/ 
— the Steamer Sultan Lost in the Niger, 27 ^' 

10 e 

— Stranding of the Win^hor CastUf OfflciaJ 

Inquiry, 20 a 8 ^ 
62 



New Ocean Steamship. 28 w 6/ 

— Rescue at Sea, Award to Capt. Thompson, 
8i6/ 

— the Russlandf Breaking up at Long Branch, 
11 r? 7rf 

— Shah and the Huatcar, 14 ; 14 A— 15^ 11 f 
—18 ; 12 d—20j 8 r— 25 jGd 

— Shipping Intelligence, pi every dav^s paper 
Trade. Affects of the War on, 7 / 10 6 

Tribunals, 7 a 6 c 



Ship News (continued). 

Stranding of the Dakota, off Angteset. W 

m 8r— 12 ni \2 J 

State of the Baltic, 9 a 5 y 



Two Pilot- boats from Wilmington Lottwii 

all on Board, i^ a b d 
Waterlogged Derelict Burnt at Sea by tk 

Master of the Gnstendi, 13 / 10 e 

Wick Harbour, 9 « 1 1 c 

Wrecks, Seventeen on the Perurian Cowt 

19 m 8 a 

of a Week. 21 w 4/ 



Ships, Loss of^f rom Spontaneous Combustko of 

Coal, 4> 9 a 
Shipbuilding in America, 19 m 9 a 
Exhibition at Fishmongers* nallt23a7< 

—30 7n9/— 2i9«— lliur 
Shipmasters* Society, Formation of, \2j%c 
Shipwreckeil Fishermen and Mariners' Ropl 

Benevolent Society, Concert at the lioji* 

AllK*rt Hall to Aid, 22 m 5/ 
Shoplifting in Paris, 23 ; 9 </ 
Shrievalty, Elections, 22 i 9/— 2G j 7 e 
Shrinkage, 26 w 9 /" 
Siberian Exile, the Poet Sandor, 16 m 9/ 

University, Site Selected, 30 m 6 e 

Sidgwick (W. C.) Oxford and the India Gnl 

Service, 6 ; 5 /* 
Sierre Leone, Notes about, 10 a 10 c — 29*?* 

—7 i 5 h 
Silk, Australian. 11 in 9 /* 

French 0. English Manufacturers, 14al5i 

and the Wonn in Milan, 31 m 7 a 

Silrer, Depreciation of. Select Committee on, 7; 

%d 
Simpson (Sir James) Unveiling the Statue of ia 

Edinburgh. 28 m 9/ 
Simon Testimonial, Meeting in the Adelphi » 

Promote, 14 j 10 e — 15 ; 5 e 
Singular Coincidence in Birth and Death Bata, 

5 ao/"— 17rt 12 c 
Skicners* Company, Banquet at, 9y 13 « 
Siade (Harry) Appeal for the Turkish Sick and 

Wounded, 21 m 8 a— 28 m 8 6—19 i 10 f 
(V^ice Adm.) on Turkey and Husaia, 16 ■ 

10/ 
Slater (John) on Bankruptcy Prosecutions. 16 a 

7rt 
Slave Trade in the South S<as, 4 a (* c 
Slavonic Missionaries in Bulgaria, 21 m 4 a 
Sloths and Ant Eaterd, Lecture on. Pij 4 a 
Small Change— C'oinage ©f One Third of a Fit- 

thing, 197 4 d 
Small Pox Ambulances. 24 w 6 /> 
Application to Eject a Family Sufferinf 

from, 12 m 14 d 

Hospital at Isleworth, Deputation agaiitft. 



23 a 6 c 

Epidemic, 24 m 1 1 /> 

in Manitoba, 18 m 9 /* 

Outbreak at Or5ett,"l9i 10 d 

Keturn of Cnse.s in London, 30 7* 14 tf 

at Sistova, Mr. Challis the American Mii" 

sionary*8 Wife Dies, 14 ?« 7 a 

Spreading Infection, \^ a 7 j 



Smith (E. T.) on the Uoyjd Exchanse Vaults. 



^une ;;(). l?77 J palmkh's ixdkx to 



n 



ff 



nK rtwKs NKwsf'Ai'rr?. 



Tpo 



•^niith (U. Paytie) on Canterbury CailuMlral. it 

/« 7 / — 7 / 14 A 
(Kecves) on the Infant Sea Lh»n, I.S m IJ 

A— *J4 /» (> c— 2 7 11 /■ 
"^moke liespiratoM for Fires. 3 in h f 
Social vSoience Congress, Notice about. 28 m iS h 

of Antiquarians, Lectures before. 4 / .'» / 

of ArtR, Conference on Injects Injurious to 

Agriculture before. 1 j 14 h 

Annual Meetintj. 28 7 e. 

Domestic Economy Hcport, 30 / <> d 

Lectures before, 10 n 11 .—It' •« 10^— 

20 a 4 /*— 23 a 4 fc— 26 a «.) /*— 2; ^< 4 »— :J .„ 
10 «— 10 m 9/— 24 »n 6 «— 2(> /// i:i 'l—2\ > 7 / 



SpaiQ ' lont'itned). 

- — I'iiUii*.- i)i-bt. 22 / ."» / 

Ki li;iiou« Intollonince in-*a rr*itisl>uit 

.**t!r\ue btiippt'ii by ^VruKO Men, i» <i 'J / — 12 

Sp;ini>h I'robate (^M^rt. 7 a i\ f 

Suin^rpiersi :ii dibraiiar. 22 w 11 // 

Sjienker's l'arlia!nc'ntary Full Dress Dinner, 20 

a 77—21; ft 10 r 
Speculative Financing, 30 ; 13 « 
SpCfulaiois and Flats, 13 a 10 f 
Siwllinjr Keforni Conlerenco, ID m 9 h — 30 »i d 

Loudon School Hoard Committee on, 13 j 



10 r 



of Friends, Annual Church rarlliuneni of. , m i\ t 



Meeting at the Society of Arts alwut. 31 



5/7rf 

— for Improving the Condition of the Labour- 
ing Classes. 30.7 13/ 

of Water Colour Painters. 24 ct 4 « 



^^olicitor8* Benevolent Association, Half -Yearly 

Meeting, 24 a 10 <j 
S:)niebody'8 Engagements, from Punch. \ a 7 f 
Sons of the Clergy, Anniversary Festival, 17 m 

lU a 

Meeting of the Governors, 28 m i2 a 

Sotheran-Estcourt (Rt. Hon. T.) Memorial to 

Wemory of, 2 a 7 e 
South Eastern Riiilway's Provident Savings 

Bank, Kei)ort, 11 > 9 A— 15 ; 10 d 
Kensington Traitiing Schools, M. Dalon 

Appointed Modeller, 26 m 12/ 
Southey, the Poet, Death of the Daughter of 

19 a 10/ 
Southsea Common, Military Disturbance in, 3 a 

3e 
Twelve Chinese Military Officers at, 23 7" 

8/- 
Sovereign Life Assurance Company, Z ml f 
SPAIN:— 
AUemany (the Ex-Carlist) Applies for the 

Roval Amne^tv, a 5 rf 

Basque Provinces Refuse to Assimilate 



with the Rest of, IG w 5 </ 

Don Carlos Seods them a Commendatory 



Letter on their Decision. 16 mi 5 d 

— British Subjects, Treatment of in, 27 a 4 6 

— Budget. SO a 5 / 

— Bull Fights to be Suppressed, 22 j 5/ 

— Cortes, Proceedings in, IH m 5 e 

— Court News. Ex-Queen of Spain Requests 
the Pope to Use his Influence to Prevent 
the King Marrying any but a Catholic, 4 m 



Ibe 



the King at Cadiz Contrasted with the 



Visit of PhiUp IV. in 1624, 4 a 6 / 
at Xeres, 5 a 6 d 



Tour of the King, 2^4 o— 3 a 9 a 



— Diplomatic News, 9 a oy^—lO a 5 c— 12a5/* 

— Empress Eugenic Visited by the King and 
Princess, 30 m 5 « 

— * and England and the Sulu Islands, II j 7/ 

— Exiled Persons, 30 m 5 e 

— Finances of , 9 o 9 /* 

— Foreign Coal to be Taxe<l. 22 / 5/ 

— MiscellaiUHius News. 4 a 5 d—ii a 7 f — 12 



a Mother's Obj*^ction to P'ducation. 2 ; 7 / 

Spicer (Henry) (Circular to the Direct United 

States Cable Company, 22 > 10 e 
Spinoza. Lecture on, 24 a 12 c 
Spirit Duties. Notes about, 9^7 A — 13 a 10 « 
Spirits, Return of the Consumption of, 14/6 e 
Spontaneous t^)mbustion of Coal ut Sea, 22 / 9/ 
SPOETING INTELLIOEKCE: — 

Aticot Cup Day, 15 7 11 « 

Week. 28 ,„ t> e— 11 j 12 a— 12 ; 10 </— 

13 ; 1 1 «-14 ; 8 «- 16./ 10 o— 18./ 12/ 

Athletic Sports — Civil Service, 4y i2 c 

England r. Ireland 28 m 6 d 

London Club. 30 « 10 rf~2 w 12 /*— 14 m 



8 ^-29 m 6 L—ii J 10 a—2:*j 9 c— 20 7 1 1 <f- 
277 10 c 

Private Banks Club, 21 .7 10 e 

Royal MiliiHry Academy, 21 / 10 e 

Working Men's Meeting, 3 a 6/ 



— Auteuil liaces, 13 alia 

— Bath Races, 22 iw 6 e— 23 mSb 

— Bibury Club Meeting, 28 /11a 

— Bicycling—Contest for the One- Mile Cham- 
pionship at Lilhe Bridge, 13 / 11 c 

the London Club, 22 »w 6 c- 11 J 12 « 

Meeting at Hampton Court, 28 m 6 d 

Oxford and Cambridge Races, 12. 7 10 « 

Ten Mile District Challenge Cup Race of 



the T^ondon Club, 12 / 10 « 
Billiards, the Championship Match, Roberts 

t?. Cook, 30 m 10 r. 

Boating at Cambridge, 23 »w 1 1 c 

Bois de Boulogne Races'. 3 a 5 /— 9 a \0 b 

— 16 rt 10 <f— 23 a 10 c-9 w 6 6—11 m 8 d— 

14 ni 8 h 
Bristol and Western Counties. Meeting, 9 

o 10 0—10 a 12 c -11 /I 9 d— 12 a 10 c 
Chantilly Races, 21 m 11 a— 25 m 6 a— 28 

m G a 

Cheltenham Steeplechases, 9 a 10 a 

Chester Meeting, 7 m 6 6—8 •« 12 rf— 9 m 

12 /i-lO m 6 rf-11 m 8 </— 12 w 12 c 

Coaching Club. 17 m 9./'— 22 j 10 d 

Craven llounds. Sale of , 3 « 8 6 

(Mcket— in Australia, 7 o 5 /— 21 a 7 e — 

2 M 5 c — 14 m 5 d—lj 5 e 

Eton V. Winchester, 26 7 ^ c 

Gentlemen t\ Players, 29^ 10/— 80 / 14 c 

Kent V. Notts. \6J 11 c— 18 ; 13 c 

Marvlebone Club and Ground r. Cam.« 



fpo 



»> 



rAl.MKK $ IXUf.X TM '* TlIK TIMKS XKWSl'ArKR 



("April '. t» 



Sporting lute.-i^encc {r,.uttinte*/j. 

I iick»i — Aim Ueixmc < lub «n(l (injund v. 

Derl.^V. *-''.' ill '» h—M) „i 10 r 

-' V. Herts. 25 m C, h — '2i\ in 1.1 « 

r I-.:inc.i?«liire. S / 10 e — D ; 7 e 

I'. Klcvtii tjt MctrapoHtun Clubs, \ j ^ 

r—'i J \} h 

V. Oxford Ui»iver8ity. 23 7 8 « 



MkkJlciiex r. Oxford University, 15 j 11 

w.Surrev. 12; 10c/— 13i II r—U? 8c 

f. Yorkshire. 5 ; 10c- i\0d—7 i \2 f 



North r. South, 22 m fi «— 23 m (i /^— 2 ? 

9 r— 4 / 12 /•— 22 / 8 r— 23 / 8 <J— 25 7 I) /# 

Oxford r. Cambridge, 2(> ; 11 </— 27.; 10c 

Surrey i\ Cuuibridge University, 15 y 11 



c- 18 7 13 r 

i\ Glouee<»ter8hire. 8/10 «— 9 / 7 e 

Matches, yy 7 «— IG 7 io 6— 23 J 8 e 



— Demisang, 6^116 

— Doncaster Spring Meeting, 17 m If 

— Kpsoni Derby and Oaks, 28 m 6 a— 31 m 8 
0—2 j W a 

Meeting and the Grand Prix de Paris, 



4 / 12 a 

liacps, 30 m 10 o— 1 > 8 6 

Spring Meeting, 24 a 12 c— 25 n 11 e— 26 



a 8 a— 80 a 10 6 
Summer Meeting, Programme. 29 w 6 a 

— Four Mile Kace at Springfield— Howard v, 
Columbia Universities, 'IS j bf 

— French Racing, 22 m 6 e 

— Golf Championship, 7 a 10 6 

Hoyal Ancient Club, 3 w 8 '>— 21 m U b 

— H. M. Staghounds, 2 a 7 e— 3 a 7 «— 25 a 



10 f 
Hunt and Bentinck Benevolent Fund, 

Loan Collection to Aid, 30 /// 10 c 

Hunting Appointments, 7 a 10 6 

Jockey Club, Meeting, 2 1 m 1 1 a 

— - Kildare and National 11 unt Races, Punches- 
town, 18a I0</— 19a8 6 

La Marche Kaces, 20 a 8 d— 29 mSd 

Manchester Cup Day, 24 m 10 a 

Summer Meeting, 22 m 6 e — 23 m 6 a — 

25 m 6 c/— 26 a 13 a 
Newmarket Craven Meeting, 16 a 10 b — 

17 a 12 6—18 a 10 c— 19 a 8 a— 20 a 8 6—21 

«7/ 
Epsom and Sandown Park, 23 a 10 a — 30 

a 10 6 

First Spring Meeting. 1 m 10 e— 2 m 12 « 



—3 m 8 a— 4 m 8 6—5 m 13 o— 7 m 6 a 

Second Spring Meeting, 14 m 8 6 — 15 m 



10/— 16 w 10 c— 17 m 7«— 18to 10 e 

— Newcastle and Stockbridge, 25 ; 9 a — 26 ; 
11 rf— 27j lOr— 28 ; 11 «-29i 10 f—'SOj 14 c 

— Noithampron iiaces, 2 u 9 a — 4 a 10 rf— 6 
a 10 u— 9 a 10 a 

and Pytchley Hnnt, Z a b f 



— - Paris Races, 30 o 10 c/— 4 j 12 6—8 j 10 « 
—1 1 ; 12 fl 

— Pedestrianism- Crosland and Yavghan at 
Manchester, 21 m 11 6 

W. Howes at the Agricultixral Hall 

Twenty -one Miles in Three Hours — Won, 2 
(1U6 



Sporting Intelligence C'onffnvefi ^ 

IVdc'st rill nisMi — Perkins, Fifteen Miles in 

Two Houm. 29 iti (I r 
Wcaion, 400 Miles in Five Dnya, 6 j 9 r 

-Hi a/ 

and O'Lear^- at the Agricultnral HaB. 



3 a hf—ii a 10 6—6 a 6/^-7 a 10 a — 9 a 10 A 

— Race Cups and Plates. 30 w 10 c 

— Rai'kets— Public Schools Challenge Cup at 
Prince's Grounds. 6 a <5 /*— 7 o lo 6—9 a 10 c 

— Sale of Middle PnrkYearUngs. 4 j 12 c 
of the Dewliurst Stud, 11.; 12 c 

of the llaniptuii Court Yearlings, 25 ; 9* 

of the Stud Company's Yearlinga, 18 J 13a 

— Sandown Park Meeting, 26 a 8 6 — 27 a 11 
6—28 a 14 <i—oUti 10 rf 

— Scullers Race. 16 mi 10 rf— 12 / 10 e 

— Sculling Chanipionship. 29 m 6 a 

— Swinnning— Offers of Teaching. 4 a 12 e 

— Tattersalls, 3 a 5 /'— 10 a 12 <f— 17 tt 12 A 
—24 a 12 r— I M 10 e— 8 m 12 rf— 15 m 10 /*— 
22 m 6 e— 28 /« 6 a— 29 m 6 o -5 j 10 c— 12 J 
10</-19; II a— 26; 11 d 

Tennis— Oxford v. Cambridge, 26 y 11 d— 



27 ; 10 r. 

— Turf Reciprocity, Note about, 2 a 9 6 

— University Boat Race, the Field on, 2 a 6 a 
Note on, 2 a 6 m 

Oxford Club Resolre to Present GoW 



MedaKs to the Winners. 21 a 7 « 

Cambridge Crew to be Awarded Gold 



Medals, 27 ci 9 6 

— Ward Union Hunt Races, 4 a 11/ 

— Warwick Races, 5 a 10 6—6 a 6 /~7 a 10 « 

— Yachting in Earnest, Note by Mr. Brasses . 
2 i 6 « 

Matches, 22 m 6 t 

Corinthian Club, 9 w 12/ 

Henley Royal Regatta, 18 J 13 b—22 J ^ 



6—23.; 8 d 

Metropolitan Amateur Regatta. 29 7 10 / 

New Thames Club Matches, 26 iw IS a' 

Channel Match from Southend u* 



Harwich, 5 ; 10 c 

Schooner and Yawl Matches, 11 jT 12 ^ 

Prince of Wales's Club, 1 1 wi 8 rf 

Royal Cinque Ports Club Regatta, 14 y 

8 c— 187 13 6 

Harwich Yacht Club— Channel Match 



t^i Southend, I6j0d 

London, 11/12 rf— 15 ; 11 6 

- Club Cutter Matches, 25 m 6 fl«-2* 



m 6 c 



Mersey Club, 22jBr. 



Thames Club, 17 m 7/— 24 m 10 6—1 1 

jV2d— \2i 10 d 

Yacht Sqiiadron, Banquet, 14 m 8 e 



York Spring Meeting. 16 w 10 </ 

Spottiswoode (Dr. W.) Experiments with a Great 

Induction Coil. 11 « 11 /— 17 ^ 10 6 
Spring Fishing, from Sai'nrday Review, 2m ac 
Stafford House Committee, Subscriptions, 28 « 

7 a— 5 m 12 c— 17 m 7 /— 9 ; 7 /- 25/ 8/— 2<» 

.; 10/ 

Notes about, 23 m 10 e— 4 ; 8 e 

Stage Fighting— Mr. Barry Sullivan's Woundc4 

Eye, l^jWf 



June 30, 1877.] pai.mek's inhkx to " tiik time?" NEwsrArKit. 



Bii 



Standard Kire Insurniice '/Onipuny. i) w 13 a 

Marine Insuraiu'e ( umpany, 15 / 10 // & H 

Sipnley (iMin^ on Church niul fftate. i> n <» « 
Siapleiun (A. G.) on Mr. Oinning nnd Nnvarino, 

21 w 11 / 
Slur Fishes nnd their Allies. Lecture on» 2 ;' 6 / 
Stationary Office, (Controller's Office Vacant, 30 

<i 4 e 
Official Commission to Inquire into, 19 m 

11 f-'22 m 11 /• 
Statistical Society. A nniYersary Meeting, 27 ; 8 a 
Steam Boilers in (he Navy, 5 m 10 a 

E' gines. Export Value, IS HO/ 

Si eel. Siemens and Bessemer, 6 « 11 a 

Shipbuilding, 3 « 8 e—4 u 7 f 

Steeple Climbinjij at Soudan, 7 j ^ t 

Stephen (Sir Jame^) and the Pall MalL 17 m fi « 
(J. F.^ Independence of Indian Judges, 31 

m 5 /"— 2 i 8 c 
Stepney Creche and Infant Home, Bazaar in Aid 

of, 28 w 1 1 a 
Stevenson 'Dr. James) on Vaccination, Salle 
Stock Exchange Securities, List of, 16 a 7 a 
and J )efttuliing Members, 1 2 m 13 a— 24 mid 

Koyal Commission to Inquire into the 

Working oi, 12 w 12 c- 16 iw 6 /-6 ; G </— 7 
J 8 e— 12 ; 6 «-16; J3a 

Settling Days. « 7 A— 14 a 13 <f--30 ml a 

Shares Allowed to be Quoted, 25 m 7 h 



Sto<*ks. For«*ign. State of, *»• tvtry daxfs paper 
Stokes (Col. ) Appenls for the Sister of the Dis- 
coverer of the Overland Route to India, 5 a 
11 b 

on the Suez (^anal, 14 ; 12/ 



(Whitli'v) « odificati(m of Law. 25 j 1 e 



Sfooiiivajirt M«a(8ljappi, Dividend, 14 m 9 /> 
Storm, Frightful, in the North East of Scotland, 

\\ u to c 

in Herts, 1 a (i d 

Storms. 9 « lie 

^tracliey (Lt. Gen.) on Indian Famines, 22 

M 4 / 
St rad broke (Lord) on Game Eggs, 23 m 8 6 
StraiU Settlements, (>a II f 

Miscellaneous News, 15/5 e 

Strangford (Lady) Fund for the Bulgarians, 12 

m 12 (i 

War VictiniH. 27^ 4 e 

Strawberry Crop, 28 w 11/ 

Street Nomenclature, 23 w 4 f—ij 5 e 

Tramways, State of Shares in Companies, 

st^ every dnys paper 

Argentine, 7 « 11 /*— 10 n 1 h 

Bells, Meeting to Protest against, 5 m 8 



«— 8lM 11/ 

Buenos Ay res National, 11 a 12 d — 17 u 



6 6—3 m 7 e 

Carthagcna and Herreias Steam, 23 a 7 



c— 80 al c 

of Manchester, 18 m 1 1 e 

Meeting to Consider the Use of Steam 



on, 19 (t 10 a 

Notices about, 2 ni 5 c 

Steam in GUsgow. 29 / 9/ 



StreeCer ^Edwiu) on the Diamond Fields, 17 m 



STRIKES :- 

of the American Railvray Engine Driver*N 

2:\a of' 12 »« 7 / 

of the Bell Kinu'ers at Twickenham, 8 « 111 



/— 21 m 6 ri— 12 ; <>« 

— ot the Cotton Spiimers in Lancashire, i »♦ 
6a-9; 13 f 

— of Girls at West Seton Mine, near Cam* 
borne, 9 a 9 e 

— of Miners at Seraing, 26 m 7 f—Bl mot 
at the Fli'e and Clackmannan Collicriess 



28 w 9 e 

in Newcastle, 26 m 12 e— 28 ♦« 10 a 

in Northumberland, 29 m 5 /— 30 w 5/ 



—\j 5 c— 7 ; 7 /'-I I ;■ 8/— 14 ; 7 c— 26 ; 12 /' 
— of the Nut and Bolt Trade at Darlaston 
and Smethwick. 22 mid 

Df the Shipbuilders at Stockton-oa-Tees, 9 



a9e 

— of Shipwrights on the Clyde, 5^6 /*— 14 m 
6 d—U m SJ'—iii M 9/— 18 w 9/'— 21 w* 11 *^ 
—24 m 6 f 

— of the South WaWs Colliers, 13 / 5/— 18 i 
7/--25 J 10 b 

of Stevedores, at Montreal, 22 i 5/— 23 / T 



/-28;6/ 

— and Lock Out on the Clyde, George Pottcf 
on, 30 »i 6 </ 

Notes about. 1 j 8 a—1 j 6 /— 12 ?" 9 /' 



Strui'p:le for Life, a Scene on Board the bumflah 

14 m 5 e 
Studetit in the Ranks, Use of Free Libraries, 2i 

7 4/ 
Submarine Volcanoes. Note about, 21 w 8 c 
Sub-Wt^ildon Exploration, Final Report, 1;{ j 

11 c 
Suez Canal, w^ Cl. f al 

— and Belligere.its, 4 m 4/ 
Sufifoik Street Galleries, 17 in 10 « 
Sui^'ur. State of Tnido in, see Froduck Maii vkT 

Convention, '2(i m If 

Dutie«* in Italy. Waif 

Finzell's Sugar Uefiuery at Br^^t^.l. li a VX 

CT— 19 a If 
— French Bounty on, 19 a 10 « 
Manufacturers, 5 a 5 <i 



SUICIDES :— 

of Herbert Berry, from Blackrl.irs Brltlgi', 

\2j 10/ 

of .Vir. Davidsor, of Roniney Strt»et. in tlic 

Thames. 28 « 7 /" 

of an Elderly Woman, from (Mm ring Cro • 

Embankment. 30 m 6 /' 

of a Gentleman, from off a Mail Steamer 

near Ryde. 25 ; Uy 

of John Giles, with his Son, by Drowning 



at Walkhampton. 29 m 9/ 

— of Joseph Goadby, at Market Bos worth, 2rt 
m 10 // 

— of John Gylby. in the Thames, 8 a 10 a 

— of James Hartshorn, of Nottingham, 6 a 5 tf 

— of Mrs. Hutley, at Witham. 1 > 6 « 

— of William Ives, of Caledonian Koad, 18 a 
5« 

— of Michael Henry Kelly. 19 m 8 a 

— of Roman Laakowski, of Kingsgate StNtti 



Sui 



PALMEIt's IN1>KX TO " THE TIMr.S ** NKAVSriirKK. 



[April : te 



Suicides Oontinuetl). 

i)i Charles Murchnl, tho rniiiter. In TarU. 

of a Man, from tlie Victoria j'^iiibankineiic. 

20; 9/ 

of W. Newson. of T/iitle 01«.'nlinm. \ i i\ e 

of Znc'Iiariah I'a^e, at (\»l«l»csttr, 1 7 (> « 

of Mr. Pitt. th«* l.afe Knyiiieer of the 

Tourmitline, t) a U\ d 

of John Quick, from the Suspension Bridge 

at Taunton. 2«; .? 12 /> 

of l^hiiip Siiii'li. of Lawford. 1 / 6« 

- of a Young Woman, at Whitehall Steps, 11 
« 13e 

Girl, in Dowlais Ironworks lleserroir, 12 

7)0/ 
Attempted, of Harry Leigh, the Murderer, 

in Macclesfield Gaol. 4 ci 6 a 

Sullivan (A. M ) and M.P.. 27 « 9 a 

and Dr. Ke.ieHly, 21 a 7/ 

Sumatra, Dutch War in. 24 m 5/ 

Summoning Officers and Bribes from Jurors, 2 
VI 13/ 

Sun in HeccFS. 1 / 4/ 

Sunstroke, the hm*et on, 11 79/ 

Sunday ('losing in Ireland, \iy m A /'— 23 w 6 /*— 
30 m ti n 

Opening of Museum*, Meeting at Sion Col- 
lege ahtiut :^0 m 10 6 

- School Meeting, Anniversary Proceedings, 
5 Ml b /* 

Society for Opening Museums, Libraries, 

&v^ on. Annual Meeting. 14 /w 8 c 
Meeting in Trafalgar Square to Support, 

« ; « ./ 

in Parli.jnieit, 11 / 12 c-18 ; 12 ft 



Surgeons. Koyal rollcjjjeof. Meeting of the Coun- 
cil, \ii n 10 // 

Visited bv Mtinhers of the W'orking Men*s 

Club Uniun'21 m \n / 

Successful Jonrnd— i1k' Pffit Juum »(. 1 7 r» f 
Suijpcnded Anin);»iiun — ("a>e of (^hajle:* L:iw- 
rence. 12 'i \) f 

— Denii-d. 13 a *> « 

SUSPENblON^ :— 

liarclay, Alcvami r. v^ Co.. of Goihenhurg, 

20 ; 7 o 

iilevs. Wn». Ilvnry Maxwell, of Birming- 
ham. 14 in 1> r — -7 / :• / 
Btnk tif Lau^inbar'i-. ."» n ' r 

BvUsoii »Sl I o.. »>t K Mgs Arms Yard, 30 j 

12// 

Davi. s. (J. B., of the Stock ICxchange, 17 m 



4; a 

— France, James, o* Watergate, Dewsbury, 
19 7 10 n 

— Greener. T., of Darlington. 14 u 12/ 

— Hayne and S<m. of Long Lane. 1 a \\ a 

— Ireland and S<m. Hu( khaven. life. 31 m 7 a 
Not Connecied with the Kendal House, 



4/9a 

— Jones, Benjamin, of Sh ffield, 21 o 13 b 

— Kitchen, J. E.. of Souihwark. 7 a 11 o 
Son & Co.. of Borough, 2S n pj a—\ j S c 



— Lang, David, &. Co., of Worship Street, 
Finsbury. 2i» o 7 l» 



Suspensions (fontlnueH^. 

i.owe. Isaac. &. Co.. of Liverpool and Si- 
va una h. 3jJ 7 12 </ 

MM-jlicji, (;. 11., of the Stock Exchanft^ 



« I in i* n 

Miniiirt. J. E.. of Notiin>!ham. 19 « 6 /* 



Mountain^ S. 11.. of the Borough, 1 atr 6 a 

— 11 m 10 'I 

Kutionjee& Co., ir> / 13 a 

— Sheltou, J. IL, of the Sti/ck Exchange, 17 



m(^ a 
Thurmand and Sons, of Batley Carr, 2^ b 

7o 
in the United States and Canada, Dam 4 

Co*8. Report, 28 a 12 a 
Sweden (King of j Confers the Honour of Kmgiit- 

hood on Mr. Kngstrono, 28 ; 12 b 
Swiss Hotels, 30 7/1 8 d 

the Doubtful Boon, 6^8 c— 26 / 4 « 

Old Catholic Synod on Communion in botli 



Kinds. 26 i« 7/ 
Switzerland — Miscellaneous News. 14 a 7/ 

Hurricane and Floods in, 12jhf 

Sydney Harbour, Defence of, 13 u 8 a 
Synagogue. New, at Bayswater, M. Leopold de 

Rothschild Lay the Foundation Stone, Wjht 
Syria. Application for an English Consul at 

Haifa, 22 m 4 e 

T. 
Talbot (J. G.) at Woolwich, 31 m 10 <f 
Tallow. State of Trade in. in every days f^f^ 
Tasmania, Governor Weld's Riding Tour thnmgb 

3a 7 e 

— the Fry Family in, 3 a 7 e 
Want of C'onfidence m the Miniiitrjr Voted, 

19 m 8 a 
Taunton (Archdn.) Adyice to his Cler^gy, 26 a 

7 d 
(John H.) on Our Canal Population, 28 m 

Tavistock (Marchioness of) the Mayor of LatoD*^ 
Wishes on her Marriage, 11 a 10 6 

Taylor (Henry) Emigration to South Australia, 
11 and 

(Mrs.) on the Women Sufifmge Meeting in 

St. James's Hall, 6 j d 

— 1,W.) on the Primeval Forests of India, 26 
m 1 3 </— 30 w 6 e 

Tea of China and of India, 21 m 10 c 

As^ani Company, li> / 10 <i 

— r- Deliveries of, from Bonded Warehouses. 11 
a 12 h—lH a (» />— 25 a 1 1 0—2 m 12 a — 9 m U 
a - 1 6 m 7 /»— 24 m 7 o— 30 m 7 a -20 ; 7 a 

the GleueugU Leaves the London DodLS for 

a Cargo of, 30 a 7 c 

Imp<»rt8, 31 /« 7 a — 1 / fi a 



Jorehaut Company, ibj 10 I — 27 i 6y* 

Luekimpore Company, 14 j 8/ 

State of the Market, in every day''s paptr 

Teaching by Example, 12 m 13 d 
Teddiiigton Weir, 12 m 6/ 
TELEGRAPHS :— 

Anulo- American, 14 o 13 c — 28 j 7 e 

Bholan Pass, 18 m of 

Brazilian Submarine. 23 a 12 d — 7 ml e 

Construction and Maintena];ce Cumnaur. 



JUU6 30, 1877.] TALMEU'S INDEX TO TIFE *' TIMES *' NEWSPArEU. 



Ira 



Telegraphs (mutinver/). 

Direct Cable Company, 7 a 1 1 a & e — 13 ; 
6 a -22 J U) «— 23 ; 9 a— 27> 6 a & e 

Kastern Extension, 2 a A e—] \ a 12 d— 19 

a 6 e— 26 m 9 <*— 14 j Sf—2'dJ 9 </ 
— German, 12 « 9 e 

Union and Trust CotnpHny. see German 



— Guernsey and Alderney, 29 m 6 d 

— to India, 2r> m *> e 

— Monievideoti and Brazilian, 13 a 10 « 

— Optical, 2J ot ;■> /* 

— lian^oou-iViiaug, i a 9e—o a 7e — 7 a 11 6 
— 9 ale 

— neuter's Company, 28 w G « -2y 9 « 

— Mr. Scudamore and the, 1 7 11 a 

— to Sou h Africa JHj M/ 

— State of Share;} in Companies, in every day s 
pap^r 

— Submarine Cable Trusts. 23 n 7 r— 2 m 12 c 

— West Cojis: of Amerioa, 21 a 7./— 24 m 7 4 
India and Panama, 25 a 11 6->4 m 6 d — 



24 III 7 « 

— Western and Brazilh.11, 5 o 7 e — 19 / 10 a 
Union, 27 ^ »; « 



Telegraphy in liurope in 1875, 22 w 7 / 

Telfer (J. Buchan) on Soukoum Knlch, 23 « 8 rf 

on the CaucuHus, 7 J o e 

Temperature of the Sea, Lecture on by Dr. Car- 
penter, 25 a 8/ 
Temple Church. Ascension Day Service. 7 m 7/ 

Gardens. Inner, to be Open Till 6 o'clock, 6 

J 12^— 9; 13 e 

Inner, Banquet. Grand Day, Prince Chris- 



tian Present, 7 ; 1 2 h 

Election of Benchers, 16 / 7 / 

H:dl, Sir P. Colquhoun's Paper on Roman 



Law, II ; 11/ 
— Middle, Grand Day in Easter Term, Ban- 
quet, 26 a lOd 

Headings in, by Dr. Vaughan. 24 »i 9 e 



Thackeray (Anne) on Gutter Children, 22 m 7/ 
Thames Fishing. 8 /» 1 1 ^ 

Floods, 20 J 11 a 

Prevention of Floods Bill, Meetinjij about, 

21 ; 10 A— 22 ; 6 «— 25 ; 6 «— 27 j 9 / 
THEATRES :— 

Comedie Francaise, 2 m 7/— 1 m n e 

Handel Festival, see CmraTAL Palace 

Embankment Opera House. 2 ; 13 / 

. Folly Theatre. Special Performance to Aid 

the Rescued Miners, 3 m iO ^ 

Gaiety. 23 m 8 c— 7 ; 10 //-22 / 4/ 

Benefit of C. L. Kenney, 18 ; 11 f 

Mr. Creswick's Farewell Benefit at, 22 m 9 

— Globe, 4 M 4 </— 28 w 10 « -19 i 4/ 

— Grand Pari) Opera, 1 m 5 e 

— Haymarket, 9 o 8 «--24 a 8 ^— 13 jSd 

— Her Majesty's, 30 a 8 6—7 w 9^—15 m 4/ 
— 12;4/»— Jttj 4ir 

— Lyceum, 21 m 6 6 

— Olympic, 6 a 8 c 

— Opera Comique, 21 a 6 /*— 4 m 4 d 

— Prince of Wales's, 2aG0 

— Princesses, 5 a S c 

— Royal Italian (ipera, 4 n 9 A- 9 a 6 A— IC cr 
8 tf-30 a 8 6—7 m 9 A-15 m 4 /— 5 j 4 </- 19 



I Theatres O'ovtinued). 

! Hoyal Italian C)pera Madame Patti at, 16 

m9/* 

— Koyal Park and Miss Blackwood, 9^ 13 f 

— St. Janies's. 17 a 4 e — 4 m 4 d 

Hall, Handel's Hercules given at, 7 j 11 / 

Herr Rubinstein's Recitals at, 8.t 4 « 

Madame Christine Nilsson's Charity 



Performance at, 8 ; 4 « 

— Strand, I fi «/ 4 /* 

— Surrey. 7 /i 8 6— 12 m 12 6 

m 

Westminster Aquarium, 4 m 4 d — 2'^m 10 e 



Thicke (F. E.) on Fires in Ihtatres, 9 » 13 /" 
Thirlwall -.Bp.) Library. 16 m 10 6—29 m G c/ 
Thorough ; Archdn. of Taunton's Charge, 26 a 

7 d 
Thrones and Principalities. 80 a 1 1 / 
'ihur-field (James R.) on the Oxford Professor- 
ships. 24 HI Wf 
Tichborne Dtnionsiration— Corrcsp<mdence be- 
tween Mr. De Morgan and the Government, 
17a 10 d 
Depuuition at the Home Office, 19 a 10 c 

.Meeimg. IH a 8 r/— 19 ; 1 1 « 

Tidrtl Wave in ihe Pacific, C / « /'— 9^ 10 6—12 

; 4 a— 13/ 10 /— 14 i7 e 
Tidman (R. Vjun Exhibiting Lists of Receivers 

of Poor Belief. 9 </ 8 6 
TifliH, Grand Fete Day at, 18 7 5 6 
Tilley (Thos.) Deep Well Borings in London, 3 

*■ a' 

IH i t 

Tinned Meats for China— Rats from Kansas, 8^ 

\)e 
Titian, Statue to, on his Ter-Centenary of his 

Death. 1« 'i II /' 
Titicns (Mdlle.) Health of, 28 m 11 c— 29 m 6 d 

—4 7 1 1 /— 25 ? 11/ 

the Queen Telej^rnidis Enquiries. 1 ; 5 e 

Torpedo<'» — Use of 111 Dispersing a Sunken 

Steamer in the H umber. 22 w 7 <i 

Playing wiih at lit.Midon, 26 m 11 / 

Torquay Science and Art Schools, Lady Burdett- 

CouTts Distributes the i'nzes at, 7 «i 5 /* 
Tottenham Sanitary Reform in, 30 a 4 « 
Towei 1 {ridge Bill. 12 m VI d 
Handets Constitutioiud Asso iation and 

Conservative Club. Annual Banquet, 27i 8 a 
Trade State of. see erery day's paper 

with America. l(> a 7y" 

of Gibraltar, 30 a 9 /' 

of Morocco. 27 a 4 r 

of Russia, 5 fl 7 6—17 « 10 6 

with Venezuela, 17 #1 10 r 

Statistical Abstract fur the Principal 

Foreign Countries of, by Mr. GitTen, 21 a 13 a 
Board of, Nt»ticcs. 7 n K /^— II a 9 e — 14 it 

9 6— 18 fi t; //— 25 n 9 fi— 2 in 9 /— 5 m 10 6 — 

12 w 7 «— Ki m 8 /I— 19 m 10 rr— 23 m 8 a— 2(5 

m 10 f — 30 m 8 c— j H 6—13 j 8 c— 16^ 10 c 

— 2O7 6 f 

Returns, 8 m 11 </— 10 tn 7 a—^j 12 c 

and Navigation Returns for March, 10 a 

6a 
Trades Unions and the Church, Report of a Con- 

lerence, 12 a 7 f 
Trafalgar Sniinn* in nvf/»r/i sjf«««* - - »o , 



Tta. 



PALUER'S index to ** THE TIMES " NEWSPAPKB. 



[Apr a 1 1«^ 



Training Ships on the Thames, Official Inspection 
of, 1 1 ./ 8 a 

London School Board Propose to Estab- 
lish One. \Sj5 f 

^ WtirspiU, Inspection of, 4 w 9 J — 18^* 9 b 

— 20> 10<; 

Prince of Wales Opens the New Ship, 



22j 11 c 

[Vorrester, Mr. Brassey Distribates the 



Prizes on Buiird. 25 ; 5 d 

for Teachers of the Deaf, 20 7 7/ 



Tramways, see .*^tkbkt 

Notice of Vanjus. 2 m 6 e 

« Union CJompan}*, 29 m 7 c— 8 j 6 b 

Transvaal, see Cape 

Travellers in the Desert, 7 n ^2 c 

Treasury t^olicitor. Official Notice about, 25 m 6 /" 

— ' — WarrBnts. 25 n y a 

TreatmiL*nt of Imbeciles. 19 w 14 A 

'I'reaty of ('njnmerte with Francje, 1 6 uGc — 28 7»Gd 

- — Meeiinj; about, \7 a (i /' 

-' }^'otice about, 4 »i 9 « 

Proloppation of. IG ct (» r 

- — Mr. Howlett Kecommends Reprisals for AU 

teratiuns. lU #/ 8 /' 
Trees in -the Kow." 13.; 11/ 
Trfvel^an (Sir Chas.) on Medical RelL»f in tlie 

Metropolis, 19 </ H) <• 
- — ,C. E.) on the Ued Cross Society, 30 ; 

Trinity Churfhj. Bournemouth. Lord Shaftesbury 

Lh\s the Stujie ot. 25 m 7 / 
'-— - College, Mr. Fiizgcrald Elected Fellow, 29 

London, Conversazione on Opening the 

Nevr BuU<ling. I / 9 /* 

j^-m ihiuse. Court i)aiy in, 29 m G d 

^ — BHiK|uet.the I'rince of Wales Presiding, 25 

j \^ .1 
1 fiple Alliance— Prosecution of the Die Waoge, 

25/7« 
Tn)IU)I»e ( Anthony) the Novelist, en rowte for the 

Cape. 18/11/ 
Troy. Architecture of, 1 m 8 e 

. and Mycoenae, 1 2 <i 8 a 

I'jjust and Loan Company of Canada, 21 m 7 a^- 

.*a ml e 
Truro Bishopric, Consecration, 24 a 9 /— 26 a 

10 tl 
-.= — Armorial Bearinj^s of the New See, I m (i d 
■r. — First Ordination Service, 28 m 10 f 

iNew Bi>hop Enthroned, 2 iw 9 « 

i'unis, the Bey of. Excuses Sending Troops to 

Turkey from Poverty, x2 m 7 e 
-m-r. — HusMa Threatens to Bombard if Aid be 

Sent to tlie Sultan, 23 m 5 d 
Tuiipnianja, 4 o 7 ci 
Turkandareek»307 6a 

T'Ji.rks and Mahomedans, Note about, 21 m 10 e 
TUttKEY: — 

-. Bastinado Abolished by Law, 2G a 5 </ 

^:— Budget, oOa 5y— 19>5/ 

- — the Cabinet, 1 1 a 7 c 

.«=»-- C emeteriies, Wretched State of. 2<i a ') d 

t- Conspiracy in Constantinople, li\ m 5 c 

*■— Constantinople Embassy of IC;;^''^'?'^* 10" 



Turkey (continuel). 

Departure of the Russian Eoabassj, S-mi 7 i 

^7 ;rt4rf 
Diplomatic News, 1 1 a 7 e — 17 a 5 d — 13 • 

5rf 
Relations with the Great Powers to b» 

Resumed, 27 a o 6 
Disturbances ia Diarbekir, Unfounded, 6 * 

5d 
Editors and Compositors of the Seiam^ xaA 

the \Jus8iivat Exiled, 19 ; 5/ 

English Officers in the Sierrice of, 4 « 9 / 

Eve of War, 7 w 4 </ 

the Ex-Sultan Mumd. 15 1 7/ 

Kxpelled Russians Arrive at Vi^ma, ST. m 

6/* 

Forced Loan, II i 7 f 

and Germany, H m o d 

the Government and its Pariiamcnt, 29 m 

\0n 

the Jews at Constantinople Offer up Vmy - 

ers for Succesi of the Turkish Anns, 28 m a J 

Justice in. Note about, TI m b f 

and Police in, 13 a 8 c — 2 m o a 

Kheilive Proposes to Visit the Sultan, Ifta 

bd 
Large Purchase of Cattle by the Briiu'H 

Government, 14 w 7e 

Mr. Layard Arrives. 2 m7 b 

List of Works on (-auipaign, Ac. in, in tlte 

Britii^li Museum, 2 /« G /> 
Loan of 1854, Meeting of Bundhoidcrs, U 

a 9 c 

-< Midhat Pasha. Case of, 9 a 5 c 

Adherents still Prosecuted. 1 / 5 A 

iu EngUind„ 23 m 9/— 11 J 1 1 /' 

in London, 7 ; 12 a 

Leaves for Paris. 27 j 9/ 

Movements of, 2 u 3 f^^a 3 d 

Students of the Militazy School Peckioii 

the Porte for his Return, 10 a 5 e 

Ali Masmi who Drew up the Petition 



Killed under the Punishment of the Bastinado^ 
10 a 5 c— 16 a 10 a— 2G a 6 d 

Sail Effendi under Punuthment for De- 



nouncing the Exile of, 10 11 5 c 

Denial of the Puni^shment on Ali Manni; 



13 o 9/ 

the Turkish Vice Consul at Naples Re- 



moved for Ills (Conduct to, 13^ a 8 cz 

— Miscellaneous News, 2 a 3 y'— 9^ a & c — 30 
mb b 

— New Oriental Stock. 1 1 ; 7/ 

Palace for the CEcumenical PatriairiK 



20/5 /• 

Non-Mahomcflans Conscription, 23 m 5 ^ 

Odean Effendi Exiled, 1 1 ; 7 (/ 

Orders Conferred by the Sultan, 7 a b € 

Pardons and Releases, 29 m 10 a 

^ — Parliament, Proceedings in, 5 a 5 a — 7 « ?* 

c— 9 a 5 c— a m b d—2{j m 7 c— 20 ; 5. /*— 27 f 4 

„— 29 j 5 f 
Debate on Language of Conquered Nt^ 

tions. 9 a 5 c 

the Police of. 5 « 6 a 

I'o-^ts HUtl Telegrams, 15 m 4d 



"'^^'iieCO, 1877.] rALSiEh*^ im>kx td ''tie nwEb'* >L\sM"Aii'jt. 



Tnc 



Turkey (rontin\.€d\ 

■ I'rixoos of, 27 <i 4 6 

Public ISecurity in, 27 a 4 a 

HuKsinn Embassy Leave.x, 27 a 11 ft 

the Sultan's Gift to Prince IJu^8an. 25 ^ 8 a 

— ^-— Throws Open his Favorite Garden to the 

I'eople, 21 m 6 a 

Suspeniion of fhe Press Law of 1 875, o m7c 

aind its Telegraph Stiff, 12 a o c 



— Toleration in. Hi 12/ 

— Tribute Loan, 31 m 5 c 

— Two Thousand Softas Demand the Dis- 
charge of the Ministry. Hi m 6 c — 1 ; 5 b — 12 ; 
lOa 

— Typhoid Fever in, 2^ a o d 

— War Credits. 12»5r/ 
Materiel for, from the United States, 23 



j7d 



Prospects in, 27 o 11 a 
Turkish Debates, 14 a 5 d 

Embassy, Correspondence between Earl 

Granville and Mr. Roebuck on, It) a 8 c 

EngUsh. 25 ; 12 6 

Loan of 1871, Meeting of Shareholders, 25 



JM 76 

Misrule, Note about, 21 m 10 a 



Missions Aid Society, Annual Meeting, 5 m 

H f 

Prison and its Prisoners, 17 o 10 a 

Refonrs, British Blue Book about, 16 m 4e 

Soldiers, \i\ m 10 / 

Warriors, IG m \\)f 

Torpvntine, Sute of Trade in, 5 a 7/ 

'JV^fd and Restitution, 9 <i 6 e 

Twining (Louitta) Going Home, 21 m 11 /* 

'J*wo Years' History, 1 1 > 5 a 

T%rycross ( Jas.) on his Action against Dreyfus, 

20 « la^ 
Tyler (Capt.) on Continuous Brakes, 9 m 10 « 
Tyndall (Professor; on Germs, 1 w 12 a—'3j 7 f 

— 18i(>rt 

on Spontaneous Generation, 24 w 4 /" 

-- — Notes about, 12 / 4 e— 26 ; 4 « 

U. 
IIKCLAIHED DIVIDENBS: - 

Adeane, Henry John. 27 a I 6 

Anderson. Barbara, 9^16 

BafTge, Wni., 21 /r 1 6 

Baker, liev. R. Geo., 20 ; 1 h 

Baiiyard, Henry Jas. and William, 16 m 1 6 

-i Beisly, John. 9^ 1 A 

Bbikeway, Philip Edw., 12 a 1 6 

Bridgcr, James and Charlotte, Ij Ih 

Carmarthen Union, 9 w 1 6 

-^— Clark. Thomas, 24 n 1 6 

Clarkson, John Gorham, 26 m 1 & 

Cleary, Bryan. 30 m 1 6 

Colam, James, 16 w 1 6 

Collins. Mary Anne, 18 w 1 A 

Cook, Rev. F. T.. 20 a 1 6 

Crump, Robt. Wm.. \\ n \ h 

Cusler, Clara Sopfajii, J5.y 1 A. 

Frank, 16 ; 1 6 

Dale. Robt. Norris, \\a\h 

Dariington, James, 16 j I ^ 






Unclaimed Dividends (routimied). 

i>uu>uii, Mwrihii. I'o m 1 It 

|)ij.|,y. W. (i. I>. WinKfieUl. 20 ; I h 

Uod.^on, Hev. Chri8lophcr, '6\ nt \ b 

Duwnes, Ann haruh Lucy, 2> I 6 

Thus. Hard wick. 2/16 

Duke. Allan Abniham, 14 ci 1 6 

England, Lucy, L'O a 1 b 

Erskiue, Rev. Thomas, 27 a \ b 

Fitzi:erald, Rev. A. Oiwav, \i!>j\b 

Floyd, Mary, 18 / I t 

Korman, V\ m. Henry, 7 <i 1 c 

Gilding. Thomas. 4 wi \ b 

Gilca, (. harlc*. 13 ; 1 6 

' Glvnn. Hev. Owen. 16 in 1 b 

Goe, Field Flowers, 19 « 1 6 

Gompers. Emanuel, 2 j i b 

Good, Richard. 16 /« 1 6 

Gort, Viscountess. 21 m 16 

Halkett, Col. James, 23 m 1 b 

Hamilton, Dorothea Hannah, IB m 1 6 

Jnnics. 18 m 1 6 

Wm. Gayer, 18 i« 1 6 

Harris, Jacob Morris, 2^ 1 b 

Harvey, Robert Bateson, 9 ; 1 A 

Rev. W. WIgan, 26 a 1 A 

Hazlerigg, Sir Arthur Grey, 9 a \ b 

Hichens, Robert, 30 w 1 b 

Hill>er, Dame Mary Lvall, 4j I b 

Capt. Wm.. 4> 1 6 

Holder, Luke, 20 n 1 6 

Hook, Rev. Dean, 20 « 1 6 

Hope, Rev. C. A., 20 a 1 6 

Hopkins. Henry Geo., \2 a I h 

Hudson, C has. Walter, 20 a I 6 

Inglis, Chas. Geo. and Eliza, 30 m 1 6 

Jebb, Richard Geo., 15 y 1 b 

Johnston, Sophia, 9 m 1 6 

Jones, Samuel, 4 //i 1 6 

Joynson. Eilmund Hanborough, 9 m 1 6 

Wm. H., 9 w 1 6 

King, Wm., 20 j I h 

Kitcliin, Rev. Geo. Wm., 23 m 1 6 

Thos. Milward, 23 m 1 b 

Lightfoot. Win, James, 27 1 A 

Lloyd, Anna Lewis, 20 ; 1 b 

Lu(;ena, Stephen Lancaster, 15 i 1 b 

Lukin, Robt. Henry, 20 / 1 A 

Madan, Rev. Spencer, 20j I b 

Magniac, Arthur. 27 a 1 6 

Mangin, Reubin Cailland, 29 fit 1 6 

Martin, James Thos., 31 i/i 1 6 

Matyear, Robert, 20i 1 6 

Middleton, Baron, 20 a 1 6 

Wm., o a \ b 

Moore, John, J. Anthony and Thomas, 2S 



a 1 b 

— MusfiTove, Abp., 20 a 1 6 

— Musk, Robert, 7 m I b 

— Nightingale. Florence and Frances P., 25 a 
1 b 

— Xisbett, Henry, 12 m I 6 

— Norton, Selby, 14 a 1 6 

— Parkinson, liev. J. P.. 19 a 1 A 

— Paynter, Rev. Samuel, 6 m \ b 

— PelliMm. Hon. Francis Godolphin* 29 m I fc 



Unc 



palmi:k'$ indkx to "the times" nkwstapkr. 



Ar 




Unclaimed lividends {muf tuned). 

I'lvoolt \\ ni. (ict.., rj ,1 J A— 21 a 1 b 

i'u>ton, Mr .lacvl) lic.iry, 21 w 1 /< 

Raiiliael. J«»!*epli. 2 j ». h 

ilevill, Wni., (J*/ I 6 

Niiids. Ha>iingH David, 1(1 j I ft 

>e\vell, Philip Kdw., ]'j a I h 

fcilicHey, .John Viiliers. I /« 1 6 

Smiih, Jervoist?. 'Jd u I b 

John StAce, 11 a 1 A 

Samuel, 25 a 1 h 

Sfiwerby, John Isaac, 25 / 1 6 

Stanton, John, 15 / 1 h 

Sledman. Elizabeth. II w 1 5 

Urquhart, Kev. John, 5 a 1 6 

Vernon, Granville Harcourt, 18 y 1 6 

Walford, Thomas. 20./ 1 b 

Walhouse, Edward, 19 a 1 6 

Ware, George Richard, 15 / 1 // 

John and Martin. 29 / 1 6 



Warde, ( hns. Tho8., 19 « W> 

Welch, Grahjtm Wm., 17 m 1 h 

Weston, Harriet King and Sarah Eli*., 25 

o 1 b 
Wheeler, Jaa. Christian, 20 / 1 A 

Whildon, Arthur Edward, 16/16- 

— Wilon, Jas., 18 ?« I 6 

Wilmot. Francis, 10 a 1 6 

Wood. Robert Richard. Ifi ? 1 6 

Wright, John Reid. 25 ; 1 6 

** Uncle Tom " Leaves for Canada, 27 a 12 6 

Undeceiving the Porte, 6 m 6/ 

Union Marine Insurance Company, 27 ,/ 6 e 

Steamship Company, 14 « IJJ c — 23 a 7 b — 

29m 7 6 
United Law Clerks' Society, Anniversary Din- 
ner, 5j5f 
Methodist' Free Churches' Home and Mis- 
sions, 24 a 10 d 
Universal Life Assurance Society, 10 m 7 a 

Marine Insurance Company, 16 j 10 6 

Universities Bill and College Livings. 4 *n 4 e 
University College, Distribution of Prizes, 19 m 
Ce 

Hospital, 13 Q 9 A- 8 w 7 6 

Anniversary Festival, 17 7h 10 b — 18 m OJ 

Donations, 27j6e 

Debating Society, 10 iw 7/ 

of Wales. Donation to, 18 / 6 a 

Unrewarded Pioneer — Lt. Waghom, 5 a 11 6 
Untried Prisoners and the Police, 3 a 9 /—5 a 
12 a 

Note about, 6 a 11 6 

Uppingham-by-the-Sca. 23 a 4 c 
Uppingham School, Scholarships, 20 ^ 5 c 
Upsula. Celebration of the 400th Annual Com- 
memoration, 277*5/ 
Uses of Town Sewage, 12 a 11/ 

V. 

Yallombrosa, Notes about. 25 m 10 /— 26 m 9 a 

—30 m 6 a--^ /lie 
Vaccination, Public, Notes about, 2 a 4/— 3 o 5 

e— 4 6 e— 5 tn 11 c— 6 a 10 c 

in Scotland, 22 ml a 

Valuable Living Vacant— St. Mary, March, 19 



Vauxh.dl Bridge Company, Report, 7 at 7 c 
Vegetarianism and the Gout, 19 /#* 9 « 
Venning (Wm.J Appeal fur the Defoe Familr, 

*'f Dkfoe 
Venuj (Freilerick) Lock-Out on the Clyde, 1 / 

S a 
Vi at Armis, 25/ 12 fe 
Victoria— Adopt a Free Trade Policy, 28 a 7 / 

Census, \\ m b d 

Cricketting in. 14 ;a 5 </ 

Melbourne University to Remain where it 

is, 1 2 / 4 rt 
Kew Ministry, 25 w 5 / 

Parliament, 12 / 4 n- 28 7 5 f 

Pn)gre8Hive Land Tax, 14 nt 5 </ 

Protectionist Policy, 14 w 8 a 

Heturns, 1 2 7' 4 a 

Victoria Dwellings Association, 20 j 10 a— 23; 

10 a 

Opening of, Lord Beaconsficld^ 25 j 12 a 

Hospital for Children, b m \^ d 

Institute. Annual Meeting, 7 j 13 e 

Vintage in Farnce, 5 a 6/ 

Visitations, Archdeacon of Middlesex, 19 a 9 /" 

Vivisection in Florence, 30 ; a 

Vogel (Julius) on a Supplementary Hshibitioii 

of Articles Awarded Prizes, 15^ 4 d 
Volcano, State of Vesuvius, 10 a 10 c 
VOLUNTEEES : — 

Annual Inspection, 29 ut 6 c/- 21/ 10 c 

Spring Muster, 5 a 6 c 



at Alder.-*hott, 21 / 10 c 

Brigade Field Days, 3 w 5 /— 17 



10 



2Smb f 

Drills, 7 in 6 c 



— Bullet from Wimbledon Common Enters t 
Gentleman's House, 29 j 12 a 

— Camp at Mitcham, 23 /n 5/ 

— Civd Service Corps in Canip, 23y 8 / 

— Competition for the English Eight at Cam- 
bridge, 2b j 12/- 277 10 e 

— Distribution of Prizes at the Crystal Palace, 
21 m 6<; 

— Easter Monday Review at Dunstable, No- 
tices, 2 a 8 <i— 3 d 7 / 

at Dover. 3 a 8 6 



— Elcho Shield Compeiition, 20 a 8 <- 6 /5/ 
— Ili8c 

— Field Day at Panshanger, 21 m 6 e 
at Wimbledon, 31 w 6 c 



Grain Fort (k)rps. b a 6 d 
Inns of Court in Camp, 5j 10/— 11 »* 8 c 
Ball by, 30 / 6 ^ 



Inter- Regimental Rifle Match, 23 m 5/ 

Matches, 17 a 12 a 

and Military Tactics, 14 a 14 r/ 

New York Rifle Association Return Match, 

bab r 

Official Inspections, 28 m 10 ti^ 

Review in Hyde Park. 23./ 8/— 25^ \2J 

Rifle Meetings for Prizes, 23 iw 5/ 

Societe Havraise de Tir Invites the EngUth 

to Come Over ag^iin. 1 7 w 10 e 

Total Number of. 24 w 6 6 

Whitemoor Common Encampment, 2^mb f 

Wimbledon International Match — Scotch 



June uO, IS77.] palmk4:*s inim:x to ** tiik timks " NKwsiwrKH. 



War 



Volunteers Oontiweilj. 

Wimuledtm ('u^ num. Great National R.flj 

Meeting at. Prepa rations, II ; 8 r 
Vyse (Grifliuj Indian Irri^Mtion, 7u 10 / 

W. 
Wace (Hev. H.) Lecture on ilie EthiLS of Belief, 

lOci 11 r 
Waghorn CLt.) Appeal for the Sister of, 5 « 11 /> 
Wagner cHerr Kichard ), 2 w J» ? i 

Addre^is to on his Arrival m Londo.i, 4 m 1 



8 o 



Concerts. S m 5 f 

Festival at the Royal Albert Hall. 9 m 10 li 



—Urn 6«— 22 /« 9/ 

Proposed Testimonial to. 25 ; 5 / 



Wakeling (, George; on the National Gallery, 20 

a t^b 
Walkley Museum, d n B c 
Wfillace (D. M.) on Secret Societies in Prussia, 

\6mSa 
Waller (Rev. N.) on the Lake Nyassa Mission, 

80 mlOd 
Walrond WiU Case, 19/11 a— 21 j 9/ 
Wanton Mischief, Breaking Street Lamp Glasses, 

24 M 6 e 
War, Cost of, 28 m 11 rf 

Losses Indirect, 2j 10 a 

Maps, 1 7 m 1 « 

and English Opinion, 2 m Ct d 

and NdFigakion, Official Notices, 2 m 12 d— 

S m H e 
WAB IN THE EAST :— 

Adakalesi Bombarded by Roumanians, 1 j 



bb 



be 



Adler, Severe Contest at, 23 m 5 /— 24 m 

Aid to the Sick and Wounded. 12 a 10 c 
Albania, Proceedings in, 4 m 6 h 
American Officers in the Aimy or the East, 



2 m b c 

Neutrality Declarpd, 10 w 5 e 



— Ardahan lietaken by Turkey, 29 m 5 e— 31 
m 6 e — 2 ; 7 o 

— Armenia, the Ottoman Army in, 15 f 8 a 
Arrest of a Berlin Merchant by the Rus- 



sians, 21 i b c 

— Artillery Duel at IbraU, \2 ml a 

— the Artist Verestcha>?in Killed by a Turk- 
ish Shell at Turiukai, 20 / 10 c 

Atrocities Committed by the Belligerents, 



\jbe 

— Austria and Hus4a, Policv of, 2 ml b 

and the War, 19 n 7 f-^b m 7 d 

and Spain Issue Declarations of Neutral- 



ity, 14 m 7/ 

Austrian Navigation Rules to be Observed 



During. 14 wi 7 a 

and A ustro- Hungary. 4 m 5 rf 

Nu'itrality of, 7 w 5 c — 1 1 m 5 b 

Col. Valentine Baker in Command, 22 m 

10 n 
Baron Von Kraut Shot while a Prisoner by 

the Russians, 1 4 / 7 a 
— — Basha-Bazouks Cut off the Lips and Noses 

of Kussiitnu., 2<> / 5 a 



War in the East {n.ntinuf,!^. 

Baiile of naioum, -l.' '"0 l*us>ians Sliin, 14 

lit 7 ft — H» /'/ •"» '• — 17 ih o r — Irt Hi .') ti — ij f ir> tt 

of ."*ikhe.>i i. ^io / 7 // 

of Krstaz. Jl / 7 (i — 11 ; 7 t— 21.; 5 c— Ja 



/ 4J 



Before the. 9 / 7 6— 23 j (i d 



of Lew in. :^o / 7 h 

of Levno, 2 /o h 

of Martiniiza, 7 / 7 « 

of Tsickis l8iri. 1 3? 10 r 

of Zagarotch and Defeat of th? Turks, 20 

j 5 d 

— Bayazid Captured by the Russians, 3 m 5 a 
— 5 m 7 o 

Conflict at, 2r» / 8 «— 80 j7 d 

Re-Captured by the Turks. 23 j 7/ 



Before the Passage of the Danube, 28 i 10 c 

Bcket Destroyed by the Turks. 9 wi 7 a 

'' Journal Belgrade " on the Russian Des- 

• tiny, 12 ?w 7 c 

War Movements in, 24 m b b 

Black Sea, Account of, 31 m 8 r 

Declared in a Sate of Blockade by the 

Turks, bml b—7 m 7 6—14 m 7 e 

Blockade Disregarded by Russia, 7 j ^ f 

Adm. Hobart Pasha in, 12^ 11 a 

Fleet, 28 /« 8 6 

Movements in, 26 a 5 d — 21 m 6 a — 23 m 



be 



the Turks in, 22 »i 6 b 



War in, 12 / 5 a -19 i 5 c-27 ; 4/— 28/ 

5c 
Blockade of the Russian Coast of the 

Danube, S m b d 

Bombardment of Giurgevo, 18 i 12 e 

and Rusichuk, 28 / 5 a • 



of Oltenitza. by the Turks, 11 m 5 a 
of Rustchuk. 27 ; 5 o— 30 / 7 a 



— Bosnia Advised by Russio to Seek Austrian 
Protection, 12 «i 7 c 

Amnesty Granted to, 22 m 10 a 

Churches by Onler ofjthe Pope Offer up 



Pravers for Turkish Success, 29 m 5 c 

Distress in, 17 m 12 a 

News, 3 a 3 b—b a He 



Ulemas Preaching the Holy War hi, 12 i* 

56 

War in, 15/5 d 

Bucharest Declared in a State^of Siege, 7j 



76 



Military Movements in, 21 m b c 
State of, 26 a b c— 26 a 7/ 



— Bulgarian Camp, the Czar Visits, 20 j b r 

— Bulgarian Insurgents Released and Am- 
nesty Granted, 12 /;i 7 e 

Legion. 4 ; 7 a 

Governor, 13/5 b 

News, 5 '« 5 a 



— Capture of Ardahan by the Russians, 23 m 
b b—2b m bf—^j 10 a—i^j b b—'Jj 7 6—22 / 
10 a 

Russian Bulletins about, 22 m 5 6—24 m 



b a — 26 m 7 r 

— Corabia. Bombarded by Turks, 28 m 5 6 

— Conference on the Red Cross ancj Crescent 



W-.r 



i; 



»» 



rAi-MF.::s initx t» *• TIIK TIMKS XF-WSPAPER. 



[April n« 



W r4 r in tlie ' jiRt - " » / /;/ "*• . 

).> .'K' !{ii»lLC-«»t li»V..(ll •>/.'» tZ 

— on flu- Diifjn. \\\ , '\ il 

r.r (>l''iu!/;i iii <I '! urtukiii, <!\c.. IS w '» ?/ 

Mt r«>;ltnK|ii. 1 > /// .; 

rt' !{}!;: 1 1 SJl. it III 7* r 

( (in-iaiiiiiiople CuniVrinre. Ofllcial Doch- 

nuMitM I 'o'nicj'tc'l with. 14 /« ."> u 

l"ac d ill H Slate of ^iege, 28 in 5 e 

Slat • <»f . 2H w -) rf 

jind Suez, Russia Agreps for ETigland to 



Protect. 22 in '. //— 24 »« .*» c 
Hiul tlie War. I>* ; 12 a 



Coineni of O^lro^ Dc^rroyod. 2^ f 7 d 

C>ourt Mailiiil on Iiu?suiu Subri i'aslm, 29 

/ 5 h 

— ^ — ' :nMS, 17 <i o «— 10 a 5 a—2i) a 5q— 21 a 7 
a — 2.J a 5 u 

tl;e Czar's Proclamation to the Bulgarians, 

«0 7 7 a 

Danube, (losing of the Navigation of, 30m 

5 a 
— — from the Sliores of. by Our Special Cor- 

refpondent. 2.S m H a 

()[>ened for TrMffic only. 4/7 h—5 i 5/ 

Statistics and Information about, 14j 12 a 

Turkish Side of, l.> ; .) / 

War Moven»oniJ». 23 m 5 (f — 28 w 'i b 

Defeat of the liu^sians at Tchuruk-Sou, 27 

aha 

Deinonstratitm in Agram in Honour of the 



Archdukn Albtf cht's Visit, 14 ?» 7 ^ & e 

— Din of W ar, 2r> ; H h 

— Disarmament — Turkey Consents First to, 
9 u 5 M 

Dobrudja. State of in anticipation of the 



liuRsians. 7 ; <» /* 

— Dobrudscha to be Destroyed on the Arrival 
of the Kusj-ians. 22 m '0 6 

Spellifig of the Name, 22 m \0 d 

£:i8tein Question Association, Meeting of 

the. on. 20 o « c 

England Declares Itself Neutral, 30 o 5 a 

Its Neutrality Ascribed by Russia to the 



Hisings in Asia. \i)m b d 

Proclamation of Neutrality, 1 m 8 a 

Reply to the Russian Ciicular, 7 »i 8 a — 



9 w 7 o— lU in 6 c— 14 v\ 7 b 

Receptiim of, by Foreign Powers, 9 m 7 a 

— Fighting. Severe at Dekbaba, 26 ^ of 

at Flory, 29 / 5 / 

at Zedikan. 23) 7/ 

— First Encounters, Russian Reports, 1 m 5 a 
Engagement, the RuSs^ians Defeated at 



Tchuruk-Sou, 27 n 5 a— 28 o 7 a&f 
Uus.Mian Defea^. 28 a 7 o & j^ 



— Engagement at Delibaha, 29 ; 5 b 

— Engagements at Gradina and Spahitch, 20 

— Fortress of Rust chuck, 14 j 12 6 
of Varna. H « 5 6 



— and Free Navigation of the Danube, 8 iw 5 
</— 16m5 a 

- Official Noti'es about the Blockade, 8 m 



1(» f 



War ill the *»'ast (mut-yrt/'d). 
— Krencli l).elaratit>n of Neutrality, 7 w 12 * 
— 8 in r» r 

Fnr Or» of ihc I.»te Scharayl Carried ahoe> 



ro IiH-itc Uc hellion. 28 #« o r 

— G:»rihiii<ii'«< Son Organizing a Corps 
Deniel. 2<» '/5 c 

— German Correi»|Kmdent on, 28 m 5 £» 

Squadron at Port Said. 2.*J / 7 /" 

Tradern Arresed as Spies, 19 jt 5 /" 



fw. 



and Geruiiinv. yH i h e 

Gorausko. >tnte of, 4 / 7 h 

Greece He ide^* cm Neutrality. 30 ; 7 <• 

on the 'i'nrki.''h Frontier, 27 a 5 « — 8 m 5 

and I he Wht. 4 /« o d 

Greek Patriarch Exhorts to Fiiithfal»e5s 

t« the Sul.an. « j 5 rf 
and the Harvest on the Danube. 19 / 5 d 

Hohart Pa>lia in Command of the Black 

Sea M -et, 22 m \0 a 

Holv War Pniclaimed against Russia, 22 x« 

5 /'_2« m 7 d- 29 m 5 c 

— ^ Ibraila Bombarded by the Turks, % mhd— 

1 1 m .> a — 1 4 m 7 a 
Turkish Monitor Blown up before, 14 » 

7 a & f—'M) w5 n 

Invasi'm of Wassgeric by Turkey, 13 j ^ * 

Italian Fleet. Movements of, 27 a 5 c 



Italy and the Protocid. 18 a 5 e 

Declares its Neutrality, ] m o d 



Jews in Bucharest Deny Ix^ing Peniecuie<l 

4; 7 c/ 

Journey Through Rou mania, 18y 12 c 

Kalafat, Bombardment of, 14 in 7 a — 23^ 7 

r—2Sjob 

— - Kara, Battles before. 1 m 5 /*— 2 m 7 a — 3 ><* 
5 „_7 m 6 a & /^— 8 m 5 «— 12m 7 A— 14 w 7 ' 
— 19 w 8 r/— 31 m o 6—12 j 5 rf— 13^ 6 A— ir> 
bij—\Sj7 e—2\j5 f—'2(i) oh 

Bombaniment of, 26 j 5 «— 29 j 5/ 

Fighting at, 13/5 e — 20 ; 5 e 

Fireworks and Illuminations Prepared i« 

Celebrate the Capture of by Russia, so sooa 

as Taken, 13/ 10 c 
Russian Losses before, 21 m 6 a 

Procee<lings Around. 24 m 5 b — 2^j 5 r 

Siege of. 15 / 5 </— 18 / 7/ 

Gev.eral Tchekoloyeflf Wounded beforr. 

22m 5 A 

the Khedive and the War, 3 m 5 r 

KischinejBf Decides to Raise an Obelisk to 

Commemorate the Czar's Stay there, 14 m 7 i 

Last Hope, 17 /i 10 « 

Letter on the War, 2 m 6 </ 

Mahomedans in Russia. 2H w 8 / 

Manifestation of 2,000 Softas in Constanti- 
nople. 20 in 7 « 

Map '/f the Danube from Nikopolto Sij«tOTa, 

29 ; 6 r~30 j7 h&c 

of the Environs of Rustclmck and Giur- 



gevo, 27 > 5 c & d—2SJ o r&d 



of the Ixiwer Danube and Dobrndsha, 






j7 c& rf--26 jBh&c 

of the Military Position in Asia, IbjS * 



& c— 29> 10 r & d—30j 7 d&e 

of Montenegro and its Environs, 2S ; 4 



efS: 



Hue 30, 1S77.] palmbk's index to " tuic hmks " newspafbr. 



War 



l^&T in the East {tontinufd). 

Map, Mild t Couuiry, 1^ a 'y c &. d 

Uusaian J^ine of Advance, 25 abb —26 a 

^ c^'i.1 a 5 rf—ao tt b C&, </— 1 mo c &. d 

of the Seat of War Ir Asia, 21 a 7 c & d 



— 3 w 5 c & d — 4 m if c & d-^b m 7 r — 7 woe 
«& </ — 8 in 5 c & d — 10 w< 5 c & d — 15 m 5 c & d 
— 18 M 5 c & </— 22 M 5 c- & d— 28 m b c & d— 
:iimbc& d— 26 m 7 c & d— 29 mb c& </— 80 
«t 6 c & d— 1 i 5 c & d— 27 7 c & d--6i 6 c & d 
— 7 J 7 c & d-8 > 7 c & d— 12 ; 6 c & d— 19 ; 
5 c & d— 22 no A & /•~26 ; 5 d & < 

on the Danube, 9 m 7 c & d~ll m 5 c 



& d— 12 ml c& d— 14 m 7 c & d— 16 mb c& 
ti'-n m 6 c& d— 19 /It 7 c & d'-21 mb c&d 
—25 m 6 c— 28 mbc & d-81 m c & d— 47 7 
c & d— 6 ; 6 c & d— 97 7 c & d— ll> 7 c & d— 
I67 7 c & d— 18i 12 c & d— 28/ 10 c & d 

of Turldah Military Positions in Europe, 



24 a 5 c & d-.28 a 7 c & d— 2 m 7 c & d— 13 ; 
5 d & c— 14 ; 7 c & d— 20 ; 8 6 & c 
— Maps of the Seat of War, Wateflow's Pocket 
Maps, 4j 6 a 

for the War, 5 m 14 c 



— Lonl Melgund and his Companion Arrested 
near Shumla, but Released, 16 i 7 a 

Miscellaneous News, 8 a 8 a— 16 a 5 e — 17 



a 5 #*— 19 a 5 6 & d->20 a 5 a— 21 a 7 a~23 o 
6 c— 26 a 5 c— 27 a 6 ^—80 a 5 6 & /— 8 m b 
a — 4 w 5 «— 14 m 7 r— 16 m b 6—18 to 6 c— 19 
M 7 r— 25 m 5 c— 26 m 7 /*— 4 ; 7 /— 8 ; 6 e— 
14> 7 d-14y 12 5—16 ; 6 d— 16 j 7 d— 19 /5 

y-28>6/ 

— Monastery of Theraponte Destroyed by the 
Turks, 10 TO 5/ 

Montenegro Address a Note to the Signatory 

Powers ou the Failureof their Obtaining Peace, 
27 a 6 d— 14 m7 c 

Atrocities, 9j 7 d 

ConflecU with Turks, 17 a 6 d— 15> 5 b 



—iej7 a 

Defeats, 6 j 6 d—7j 7 J—9j 7 d— 11 ; 7 



/•— 14i 7 a— 16> 7 e— 2li6/— 26>6 6 

the Delegates Leave Constantinople, 18 

Demands Refused and the Delegates 



6d 



Leave, 14 a 7 «— 28 a 5 d 

Engagements with the Turks, AJ 7 c— 26 



>65 



m 6/ 



Invest Zlostup and Capture Spedina, 28 



Movements in, 28 a 7 « 

Negociations for Peace, 2 a 4 a — 8 a 3 a 

—6 a 6 a & d— 7 a 6 c— 9 a 6 5—11 a 7 a, c & 
«— 12 a bc& «— 13 abc& d— 14 a 7 a&c\ 
17 a 6 d— 18 a 6 c 

News. 4 y 7 c— 18y 7 < & /"— 22 ; 6/— 27 



J 6 5— 28 jbd'^29j 6 0— 30 ; 7 c 

Notices about, 2 to 7 a— 4 m 6 5 — 9 to 7 5 



— ll;7c— 20> 6d 

Preparing for War, 80 a 6 e 

Servia Bound to Help, 27y 5 c 

Successes, 7 i 7 «— 8 1 6 c— 18 ; 7 e— 22 ; 

6 c— 28j7d— 26>7r 

Turks Defeated by, 20 a 6 a 

Preparing to Attack, 16 a 6 c 



Turkey and RiiMia. 31 m 10 a 



War in the East {^continued). 

iNiorocco and Tunis Declare ther Neutrality, 

16 m 5 e 

Movements of the Czar» 21 a 7 a 

on the Danube, 19 to 7 6 

of Troops, 2j 7 e 

Naval Contests, 13 i 5 c 

Navigation of the Danube Forbidden, 7 m 

65 

Closed by Russia. 30 a 5 « 

Negociations, 3 a 6 a — 6 aba 

Oiiessa, all but Deserted, 21 w 5/ 

Sute of. 22 TO 5 5 

Officers Killed in. 2O7 bf-'2Bj 7 /— 26 j 5 

e— 28 ;" 6 5 
Official Notices about, 2 m 12 d— 3 w 6 <— 

10 TO 10 a— 12 TO 13 d— 19 to 12 a 
Telegrams, 12 m 7 5 



— Olti, the Russians Evacuate, 13 i 5/ 

— Patriarch of Constantinople's New Anti- 
Russian Pastoral, 20 1 6 e 

— Persia, Russian Movements in. 9j7 a 

— Polish Legion Formed by the Turks, 4 m 3 
a— 12 TO 7 c— 14 TO 7 « 

Movements, 19 to 7 d 

— Pote, Account of, 1 1 w 6 /" 
Bombarded by the Ottoman Fleet, 28 a 7 



/— 30 abe 

Prayer to be Offered up in England during> 

10 TO 10 5 

Preparations for War, 24 a 6 a 

Prince Gortchakoffs Answer Not Satisfac- 
tory, i3 J 6 a — lo 1 5 a 

Proclamations of the Grand Dnke. 14 ». 7 6 

Protocol, 3 a 3 «— 5 a b a— 23 a df 

Persia and the Porte, 2j 7 b 

Pyrgos, Enj^agement at, 22 J b r^23j 7 c 

— Red Cross Society Leave for the Army, I *< 
m 5 c 

Iteni Bombarded by the Turks. 7 m hf 

Retrospect ind Prospect, 22 to 11 « 

Revictualhng of Nicksich. Vdjbe 

Rival Nationalities, 2.'» joe 

Report that Turkey Offers for Peace, 7/7 '* 

lioumania, Announces Its Independeiue 

and Declares War against Turkey, 10 to 5 //— 
14 „, 7 c— 16 TO 6 c— 22 TO 6 c— ISy 5 6 

Appeal for the War Victims of , 8 ; 10 / 

Army, 9 j 12 5—12 j 6 a— 22 ; 6 r— :>5./ 

6c 
Arrangements, 12 to 7 a — 26 to 7 6 — 

29 TO 6 5 

Bank of the Danube, 23 i 12 d 

Claims at the Close of the Campaign, 16 



^75 



Closes the Danube, 22 m 6 d 



— Crosses the Danube, 29 m 6 5 

- Declares its Neutrality, 27 a 6 a— 28 a 7 d 
Entry of the Czar into, 8 > 6 a— 9 j 7 a 



— ll>7d 

in the Hands of Russia, 16 to 5 5—16 m 



6 5__21 TO 6 c— 22 TO 5 c— 28 m 6 e 

Independence Officially Announced, 23 m 

5«— 16;7 a 

Invading Army in, 22 to 10 c 

Placed by its Goremment in a State of 



Si^tTA 9 V 7 c 



War 



rALMKUa INDEX TO '* THE TIMK5 NKWSrAPrn. 



War in tho East {t-omtlnueii), 

Koumaniu and the Porte, 7 ;// ."» />-— 8 m 5 h 

Proclani:iti(ins of Each Power, 1 j 1 d 



the Prince Leaves to Meet the Czar, 13 

; 5 6— U jl h 

Prince Imperial of France in, 28 ? 'i d 

— ' — Proclamation of Prince Charle*, 27 a 6 d 

and Servia, 2H J ."> d 

and Turkey, 14 m 7 n 

Turkish UhhImkiI Captured by, 15 m 5 a 

and a War 'V»\, 2G w 7 r 

War NewM, lo /« 5 a — 18 m 5 b — 23 m 5 

d — 25 m '} r 

— and Hon mania. 2<> a o c & e — 30 a 5 6 

— Shejihenl Flayed by the Turks and his 
Herds Captured, II ; 7 6—14/ 7 a 

— Roumanians and Bulgarians, 13 ; 10 a 

— Rumours of Peace. 21) m 5 6 — 31 m b a — 2 



j 7 a — 4 i 7 «— G j 5 6—1 1 ji' 7 c 
— Russian Advances, (I / 5 d — 11 ; 7 / 
Army, 3 a 3 a — 18 « 5 o-^PJ a 5 6- 



-27 fl 



6 a—U m 7 o— IG m 5 a—\)j 12 a 

■ ■ in Europe, 30 m 8 b 
Movements of, 11 in 5 b — 17 m 5 a — 31 



m o e 



Atrocities before Kars, 30 y 7 d 

Attempts to Cross the Danube, 20^ 5 c 

— 23> 7 c 

— Repulsed, 11 / 7 /* 

in the Black Sen, 19 m 7 «— « j G/ 

Blockaded the Danube with Torpedoes, 4 



m 5 c 



Bonds in Payment, \7 m 5 h 

Camp at Ban Jassi, 2G m 7 6— 2S m 5 6 

Circassian Officer on being Refused his 

Pardon by the Czar, Stabs himself, 7 7 7c 
— th^ Czar Leaves for the Army, 31 w 5 6 
■ Joins the Army, 27 a o b 

AddrCs^s to the Army, '27 n 5 c 

on the Danube, 12 m 7 a— 21 m 5 e 



28 a 



War in the East O'ont*ntied\ 

- KiisMia Issue a Camp Joumnl to 
the Militiiry Flyiny Shtttx, 2'6j 7 d 

Manile>to, 25 a a 

in 18,">3, 24 a b a 

Re<'eption of, by. the People at] 

Army, 2G a » e 

of, by Foreign Courts, 26 « 5 e 

Press on, 30 a 7 <• 



Marching on Ardahan. 30 a 5 / 

Movements. 16 a 5 e — li$ a 5 </— ?1 s I 

— 24 a 5 b — 11 J 7 a 

Naval News, 4 i 7 o 

Note, Great Powers on, 4 m 5 r 

at Olti, 97*7 d . 

Advancing on, 29 m 5 a 



■ Declaration of War. 2(i n o a 
Defeated in Attempts to Cross the Da- 
nube, l(i j 7 '/ &f 
at Aba/li. 14/7 /> 

— ai Klbns, 2tJ ; a /; 

■ near Kars. 22 m .'> e 

— Double Pliy mi h Srrvia. 2'^ m b c 
Duke Nieholis's A:ldre>s to llie Army, 
7 a 
Ljubassy Leaves Constatilinople, 25 a 



bb 

Employs North American and German 

Engineers. 9 in 7 b 

Engagements, ZCyJb o 

and England, IG m 5 (/ 

Enter Wallachia, 11 mb b 



Expedition into the Country of the Akbal 

Turcomans, 13 m 12 c 

Feeling of, on the War, 4 m 9 Z' 

Fleet, 17 m 5 d— 19 m 7 d & /— 24 mbc 

— Grand Duko*s War Proclamation to tho 

Army, 1 w 5 a — 21 tn bf 
- ' Proclamation to the Roumanians, 25 a 



o a 



— — — and th« Great Powers, 27 / 5 d 

■' - ■■ Imperial Circular to Embassies Abroad, 

*2X\ ah a 



Ordnance, 14^ 12 rf 
Passage of the Danube, 25 j 



a-^tl 



a— 20 j b a— 26 ; 10 c— 28 j 5 6—29 > ^ j a ' 
—30 j7 a 

Passing Through Bucharest, 12 » r - 

and Poland, 7 j 7 e 

and the Porte, 9 « 5 « — 10 ab e L f* 

a 7 Q— 14 a 7 c& 6—16 abb 

and the Powers, 7 j 7 c 

Preparing for War, 14 a 7 e 

Press on the Impending War, 2 a 3 

on the Position, 12 a 5 < — 27 a^i 

on the Theatre of War and the Opes 



tions Carried on, 10 m 5 a 

on the War, a Caustic Article fcr i- 



Czar, 18j 6 a 

Proclamation to the Roumanians, 2€ ^ ' 

Programme, 14 j 7 6 

Progress of, 4 m 5 a — 5 m 7 a 

Proposed Terms for Peace, 2j 7 t 

Proposes to Confine the War witbia u?- 



tain Limits, 18 m 5 c 

Protocol, Signing of, by all the Pi>««* 

in London, 2 o 3 6 & / 

Gen Ignatie£f*s Mission to Eogla&l 



a 10 a 



Turkish Ambassador's Note in Er^' 



26a 5 a 



12 c 



and the British Parhament, 7 a » 3 
at Constantinople, 4 a 5 a — 5 a *>J 
Correspondents on, 7 « 5 a 
Lord Derby's Declaration on, 9 « «' 
— Letter from, to Mr. Jocely n oa, * ' 



English Text of, 6 « 10 a 

the French Papers on, IS a 5 c 

Minutes and Declarationa about bji^-^ 

Ministers Signing, 6 a 10 a 

Presented to the Porte by the ^^ 



Powers Simultaneously, 6 a 5 a — 7 a 5 <^-3i 
5a 

the Russian Press on, 7 o 5 « 

the Text of the Reply of the Portf,-* 



56 



Prussian Officers Joining, 30 » d a 

Red Cross Society, 21 m 4 a 

Reply to England, 1 j 6 c 

and Koumania, 24 a 5 6 

Russians in, 1 m 5 a — 2 m 7 fi— 3 ■ 

— 4 m 5 a — 5 m 7 h — 7 wi 5 b — 7 a» 11 <i 



o so, l^l77.] TAL^E&'a indax to the *' timks '' NEWsrArKU. 



W 



ar 



r in the East f^ontiniied). 

nee Conipiiny against Turkish Shells, &c., IS 

t 5 a 

— Hu8sian Successes, ij 7 t'-^22j 5/ 
Tulegranis. 4 m 5 a 

Torpedo Boats Destroyed by Turkish 

ronclads, l\ j 1 b 

— — Expedition on the Sulina, 15 i 5 a — IS 
5c 

Torpedoes, 2/11/ 

Turkish Ixhbeniiions on the Protocol, 9 

\ b a &. € — 10 (/on — 1 1 a 7 a 

— Ku88u-Kuumaiiian (Convention, 1 m 5 c 

— Uutscbuk, the English Colony Leave, 30 a 
i 6 

and GiurgcTO, 18 ; 8/ 

Fighting at, 1 / 5 h 

— St. lYucTbburg Town Ctmncil's Address to 
the Czar, 14 mi 7 r 

— Schelchna Rebels at Mayor tup, 22 mob 

— ^^ei-via and Austria, 31 m .'» h 

Decides on Strict Neutrality, 1/56 

EnttTetJ by the Russians, 2 J i b d 

Miscellaneous News about, 21 m 5/— 2C 

m 7 c — 1 2 j b // 

Movements in, 4/7 d— 7 J 7 e 

Neutrality to be Respected, 2 m 7 a— 15 

m .") 6 — IG wi 5 c — IG j 7 e — 2{i j b c 

^— ^ If Not Austria Declares War, I m 5 d 

— \\j7 a 

and the Porte, 27 a b (/-30 a b d& e— 12 

Ml 7 c 

the Press of Incites to War. C / o A 

and Russi-i, 26 j 7 <* 

Gen. Tchcrnavefif Offered the Command 

» 

of the Army of, '^ m a c 

— Siijning of the Protocol, 2 a 7 e 

— Skl^mK^hing, 15 m 5 e 

— Society for Aiding the Sick and Wounded, 
ia Opuraiitjn, 27 '/ 5 c 

AMuiiiciiKility of Moscow's Donation to, 

;U) oar 
of Friends of Peace Petition the Czar 



] War in the East (continued), 

— Torpedoes and Neutrals, 2G m 12 < 

— Troops for the Turkish Army from Egypt^ 
22 m 5 d 

— Turco-Poli^h Legion, 27 / 5 rf 

— Tultsha to be Burnt if the Turkish Garri- 
son be Forced to Leave, 15 a 5 « 

Turkey Affirms it is Carrying out its Re- 



f or Peace, 1 7 a 1 o c — i li n b t> 
— Son ot Seh.uii\l Aiilifii,' Turkey, 1'.) /w 7 e 

anolher in lln* liu».««ian Arni^-, 22 ;/< 5 // 

Soukouni Kalch, Caj/tured by the Porte, 



18 m 5 (I — ly m 7 c — 21 in b « 

Fighting hv-i(»re, 2- ni b f 

Ru^slaIis Deleaied befuie, 21 w G a — 4 / 



7/ 



Ro-Iiiforeeinents for, 1/11 b 

Sultan's Address to the Soldiers and 

Sailors Despatclied to, \ j b b 

— Njus-Lt. Ronianofsky Decorated wirh the 
Cioss of St. George for Blowing up the lurAL- 
i»li Monitor, 24 m b b 

— Siaie of the Daimbe, 10 wi 5 r 
of Tifiis, 1 / .'» a 

— SuUa Bay Protected by 'iorpedoe*. Hi 7 c 

— Gen. TchekelaicU Dies of his Wound, iiO m 



a (I 



— Telegrams from Russia, 21) «i 5 «— 30 m 5 a 

— 1 ) be— 2 j 7 a 
from Turkey, G / 5 r — II / 7 A 

Telegraphic News. ID a 5 b — 21 abb- 30 a 



fi' 



forms, 10 a be 

Advised by England not to Unfurl the- 



Prophet's Standard. I m b d 

Army of, 17 a 5 c— 28 a 7 a— 31 i/i 5 e— 



4 7 10 a — a / 8 a 

in A>-ia, 28 m 9 /"— 28 m IC n 

in Armenia, 29 / 10 6—30 / 13 a 

on the Danube, 12 « o e— 18 u 5 b — 2ft 



w 8 a 



Awaifing ihe Russian Advance. 8 m b f 
M»irsli.d Haz:iine Offered the Coumiand 



ot the Trodjis, Deiiied, 30 a b / 

Camp. 1 i ; 10 a 

at >hinnU, 21) / 10 a 



- Captures Z I, 30 m b e 

Circular on the Frontier Inrasion by 

Russia, '27 n b e 

to ihe six Powers on the Protocol, II 

€1 7 c & e — 1 4 'I 7 r — 28 <i 7 c 



ba 



Concent rutit)n of Troops in Widdin, 17 <t 

Cool Disregard of Life in the Soldiers — 
an Anecdote. 19 y 4 il 

Courtesy ai.«l War Correspondtnt<, \\> 



; Ad 



Defeat nl Rasino^jlavico bv the Monte- 
negrans, 18 j 7 e 

Dv*-p:iic*h to its ATiihMs^jidorg Abroad oa 



the Position of Roumania, 4 in 5 6 

iMigl md w ill u». V I J, 12 « be 

Explicit Details of the Army, 2G mi 10 a 

Fleet, 23; 12./ 

the Geneva C<»nvention, IG j 7 b 

an Hunu':iri:in Ligion. 30 m b c 

Levifs ChiistJiiM lusruil^, 30 m b a 

Manifesto. Text of. 'if> a 7 b 

Merchan' Ves-el-; iJlavn up by Russians 



wiih their Crt'ws. 28 i :, a 

Monitor Suwk by the Russians, 2G m i'i 

(7—28 /;/ a b 

Outrages at Nttvi Bazar, 8 / 5 r 

Po>itions on :ho Danube, L'G / 10 a 

Press on the War. I /« 4 ^^ 

• Proclamation of the Sultan to the Army,. 



27 (I a Q 

and Roumania, 21 // 7 r 

Reji'cis the Protocol, 10 a 5 c & e — 11 a 

7 « — 12 ii b a — '3 II b a 

Reply to the l\otocol, 4 a a // — 1G« 5 a 

Text of. 14 <i 13 a—\7 n I0 r 

Rii'jiian Residents to be Expelled on tho 



Outbreak of War, 18 u a </ 

Side of llu- Danube. 1<; / 12 n 

State of the Ru>siiiJi Army in, 27 / 10 « 

Successes, 8 //• a tt—b j a e — 18 / 7 J — 20 



jbf—lbj7d 

State of tlie Nei^hlxiifriig Nations ia 

Regard lo. 22 m 10 « 



I n 



-1 .1. 



_ /"«... 



. 1 1 • -• - 



War 



99 



PALMEU S INDEX TO ** ItlE TIMES NEWSrAPKR. 



[Apwri ^ 



War in the East (continued). 

Turkey Torpedoes before Circassian Ports 

Disconnected by the Divers of the Porte, 7 ; 7 a 

Troops at Widdiu, 23 fi 5 rf 

Turret Ship Dar Matoin Blown up by 

Torpedoes, 29 m 5 c 

Victory at Van, 2'Sj7 d 

War Bulletins, 26 in 8 6 

Preparations, 6 a o 6—7 a 6 c — 9 a 5 e 

— U a 7e— 16 . 5« 



Wounded in Asia, Sad Stote of, 27^ 8 6 

—2i)^ 12 a 

— Turkis-h Fortress of Varna, 12^ II a 

Gun Boats in ihe Thames, 2j\\f 

Ironclads. 27 a 5 d 

Nary, 26 m 12 c 

Official at Varna above Bribery, 12 j 1 \'a 



^ — • — Sick and Wounded, Appeal for, 21 w 8 a 
—28 m 8 h 

Monitors and Russian Torpedoes, 23 ; 8 u 

and Russian Commanders, Army and 

Xuvy Gnzftte on. 7 m 8 a 

Turtukai, State of, if 7 a 

United States of America and War Move- 

meniM, 27 a &e 
- — War in Armenia, 5 > 8 a — 13 ; 10 c 

in Asia, 28 tn 5 c — 29 tn o a — 80 m 5 a — 

31 w 5 6 & «— I / 5 a— 2 / 7 «— 4 ; 7 0-6 j 5 c 
—6 1 5 6—7 ;■ 7 ri—8 ; & A— 9 ; 7 A & *— 1 1 ^ 7 
b^\2j oti—\^j oh—loi r. 6—16 ; 7 a—\6 j 
I </— 19 i 5 <-—20 ; o </— 21 ; 5 r— 22 ; 10 a — 
23 J 7 r— 25 ; 8 »i— 26 j 5 «— 27> 5 6 & y-28 
j o €—29 ; u 6—30 ; 7 a 

in Bo<<nia and Albania, 2S in o d 

■ on the Danube. 29 m 5 a — 30 m '* a — 31 



m 5 a — 1 i it b —2 j 7 a — 4 j 7 a— o ; 5 6 — 6 ; 5 
i,^-; j1 tt—^j 5 6—1 I ; 7 a— 12 ; 5 </-13 ; 5 
c^\\j7 a—Xbjo a^\\\ ; 2 </— 18^ 7 d— i9> 
5 d—2{)j 5 r— 22 j 5 «— 23 / 7 c 

i LB Herzegovina. 7 i« 5 c — 9 /« 7 6 — 10 m 

o <f— 12 m 7 r— 15 w 5 6—19 m 7 «— 21 m 5 /•— 
Zb m 5 </— 2 ;• 7 6—4 / 7 6-5i L d— 6 ; 5 ^8 

J 5 6—9/7 6— ll>7c— I2>a </ 

in Kouuiania. 9 w 7 a — 10 w 6 6 — 1 1 ma a 

Pictures — Verestchaguine Sent by the 



Czar to Paint Principal Events of the War, 
31 i«9 f 

Victims, 25 fli 7 </-2; 11/— 22 j 4</-27 



) 4 r— 30; 6 d 

— in Bosnia. 18 ; 13 r 

Widdin and Kalafat ^h^lled by the Turks, 



J t ;/( 5 a — 1 6 //I 5 a 

Bombarded by Roumanians, 9 m 7 6— 14 



m I a 



State of. 9 rt 5 f 



Ward ( — ) ox\ the Removal of Monuments from 

Westminster Abbey, 11 a U* c 

his New Painting, 4 a 8 6 

■ (R. A.) Letter Denying his Death as An- 

nnunced, 25 J 8 c 
Hearing (^J.)(/uld Storage or Refrigerating Rooms 

for Butchers, 3 a 4 (i 
Vi^uf * icksliire Miners and their EmplayerF,. 10 a 

9./ — 11 u 10 c— 12 a 9/— 19 o 10^ 
Va^hit»gton (Cieorge; Love Letter, 19 a 10 6 
>^ aier Cunt pauies,. Stale of Shiires \ix, see evei-y 



Water Companies City of Potsdam Companj. tf3 

; 10 ./ 

East London, 6 a 6 d 

Italian Waterworks, 14 a 6 e 

Lambeth. 4 w 9 /' 

Odessa, Report, 28 a 7 a— 2 m 12 c 

South wark and Vauxhall, 13 J 6 y^— 16 

13 c 
Supply of London, 17 a 10 c— 20 a 11 /- 

21 a 12y— 24 a 11 6 

of Richmond, 10 a 10 6 



Watercresses. Extensive Use <^ in Paris, 18 J 6< 

Waterloo Bridge Company. 9j 12 /* 

Watherston (Edw. J.) un Free Trade in Plate, 
29 in 4 e 

Watkin ^R.) Arrest of Bonnet-Duverdier, 1^ i 
56 

Watson (James"^ on the Scottish Provident Insti- 
tution, 14 m 9 a 

Weather. State of, wet every dafg paper 

in April, 5 w 6 « 

Meteorological Diagram for tlie Week, m 

every Thursday s paper 

W^elchpool Magistrates and the Undenied Alle- 
gations against, 26 f 4 d 

Wells {^CapQ on the Elcho Shield, 20 a 8 c 

Wellington College, Speech Day, 14/9 r— 1> i 
9/ 

Election for Scholarships, 25i 12/ 

Mi-eting (»f Governors^ 29 / 10 <— 30^ 7 ;' 

Royal Vij«it to, 19> 1 1 / 

Welsh Miners. Donations for, 22 / 10 rf 
Welton (— ) on the Bankruptcy Bill, 17 a 4 d 
W^entzell (Andrew) on the Small Pox Epidemic. 

24 »/ 1 1 6 
Wesleyans Conference Meeting, 14 j 7 f—\hj 

iOj 
Missionary Society, Annnal Meeting. 2 m 

13 rf 
West Coast of Africa, Account of a Trip up the 

Congo, 15y 4 e 

King of Dahomey Seeks Peace, 7 a 6 f — 

18/ 5 « 

Indies, Miscellaneous News,. 2 a S d — 30 a 

(id 

Kent Sewerage Works, 23 / G/ 

- - Prussian Mining Company, 2 a 6 ^ 
Westminaier Abbey, Elementary Teachers at, 7 

a lOd 

Evening Preachers, 7 a 7 f — I m8 a 

Removal of Obnoxious Mon omenta, 11 a 



10 c 



6/* 



Special Sunday School Service at, 28 m^ 



— Diocesan Education Fund, 19y 11/ 

— Home Rule Union, 12 a 7 / 

— Hosiiital, Notes about, 2 m 5 /*— 14 m 6 c— 

— SciiooL Elec4ion of Scholars, 9 » 10 /* 
Exhibitions, 5 a 6 /— 14 a 12/ 

Training School for Nurses, Note about, i 



M. Christ. Niisson at St. James's Hall to 

Aid, 8i4e 
Wethered (E. R.) on Portable Batteries, 25^ 8 4 
WVtterhom. Accent of, by the Rev. Edw.. Cavir 



lii.r 1 •> i K .' 



*'uue30. 1877.J palmers index to "the timks ' NEwsrAi'Kit. 



>>ur 



Whitburn (T.) Printing on Wood, 14 a 6 e 
While (^I^rd Mayor) on hlospital Sunday, 13 j 

10 c 
(W. A,) on the Distress in Servia and Bul- 
garia, IG a 7 e 
(W. H.; on the Drainage of Oxford, 26 m 

18 6 
Whitelands Training College. 25/ 6/ 
Whitsuntide Holyuay Amusements, 18 m 10 y — 

22 m6a 
Wigan, Opening of the First Market Hall in, 

22 m 7 a 
Wild Birds' ProtecMon Act. Notes about, 4 a 12 

c— 6 a 6e— 7'fi 8 6— lU a 12 «/— 11 a 10 c— 12 

a 11/— 13 a 4 «—l8 a 11 / 
Williams (Capt.) Appeal for the Fa uily of, 

Notes about. 20 j G e— 21 j 7 /— 22 j 10 d— 

2d j 12 «— 28^ 11/— 30i 7 e 

Inquest on, 18 / 8 6 

Sketch of the Life of, 26 > 7 /* 



— (H. K.) on the North Metropolitan High 
Level Railway, 12 a 7 / 

— (Monier) Impressions of Southern Italy, 
U jod 

Indian Mahomcdans, 21 j 6/ 



(P. T.) on Coal Cutt ng in the Rhondda 

Valley and the Kt'scue ol the Entombed 
Miners, 7 w* 1 1 f 
WILLS AND BEQUESTS :— 

Baker, Sir Kuw. Edw. Baker, 19 m 6 e 

Banks. Miss Louisa, 25 m 12 a 

— Baskvrviile, Henry, 11 m i c 

Bathurst, Hon. Mr*. Julia, 13 a 11 a 

Belcher, Adni, Sir E., 4 m 5 f 

Bunning Mrs. Esther, 19 w G « 

Bosanquety Aug. Henry, G a 10 t/ 

BostoD, Baron. 2'A a 6 e 

• Cape, J>r. Lawson, 28 o 6 /* 

Crawley, Charles Edw., 22 j 1 1 / 

Charrington, ('harles, 2;t a ^ t 

Clifford, Adm. Sir Aug. W. J., 28 a 6/ 

Clutton, Robert, 6 a 10 // 

• Cobbeit, John Morgan, 18 a 11 a 

— •• Cox, Stephen. 13 a 11 a 

Daubeny, Rev. Edw. A., 15^* 5/ 

Dunibieion, Hen.y, 11 m H c 

Dundas, Rt. Hon. hir D., 4 m 5/ 

Edwards, Sir Bryan, 19 wi G e 

Egremont. Countess of, 13 a 11 /i 

Fetherstonhaugh, Joseph, 26 m 12 a 

' Ferguson, Sir Wm., 11 i// 8 c 

Fowler, Wm., d a \0 d 

Gibson, Mis. Deborah, 6 a 10 d 

Mrs. Mary, 23 o G e 

Giles. George, 22 j llj 

Gladdish, Thos. Mann. 28 a 6 o 

Go'sett, Adm. Henry, 13 a 11 a 

Graham, James. 22 j 11 / 

Gregory. Charles, 11 w 8 c 

Grifflih, Hugh Davics. 23 a 6 e 

Grocutt. David, 25 m 12 a 

Hammand. Wm. AmediK*, 4 w 5/ 

Harpur. Henry, G n lo «/ 

HeywtKxl, John IVmberton, 5; 9"/' 

Holland, Wm,, 4 w 5 /* 

HorsfalU Timothy, 15 / 5/ 

Henrich. Dame Eliza S.. 25 m \'l (* 



Wil!8 and Bequests (rontintt^d), 

Hyde, BiMijamin, 13 <i 11 « 

Jucuuib, Miss Jane, G i \0 d 

James, George, 22^' 1 1 f 

Jones, Thomas, 1 1 /« 8 c 

Lauiie, Peter Northall, 26 w 14 a 

Lindsey, Earl of, 23 a G « 

Moeatta, Jacob, 19 m G e 

Wm. Edward, 28 a G/ 

NichoUs, Benjamin, 25 »i 12 a 

Northampton, Marquis of, 15 j 5/ 

Pemberton, Edw. Leigh, 28 a 6/ 

Poulett, Dowager Countess, 15 j 5/ 

Ryland. Arthur, 4 m 5 f 

Sani'iel, Edwin Louis. 22 i 11 T 

Smith, Miss Elizabeth, 23 a 6 e 

Spicer, IJcnry, 22 / 1 1 / 

n Struit, Hon. Arthur, ]5juf 

Thellusson. —, 13 a 1 1 6 

Tiifton, Sir Thomas, 25 m 12 a 

Woodward, Ch;ules, 25 m 12 a 

Wilraot (J. L. Eardley) on Pauper Children in 

Naples. 9 « 11 </ 
( Wilson (Anden) on Sea Serpents, \5 j \l f 
Wil.on V Lord) De- by Dinner, 22 m 9 e—'^O »a 9 « 
Winchester College, Exctminaiion, 16 /w 10 6 
Windsor Cas:le, Stale A'»artroents, Opening of, 

2 a 7t— 18 m 9/ 

Closing of, 14 a H 6—13 / 8 c 

Wine Dutieh, 15 /w 5 d 

Proposed Tax on Sherrv, 28 m 7 a 

Wolff (Sir H. D.) at Christ Church on the 

Eastern Question. 257 7 / 
Wolverhampton Oi-phan Asylum, Munificent 

Dona< ions to, Sa S d 
Wohes in Russia, 21 j 5/ 
Women, London University Decide to Grant 

Medical Degrees to, 4 m 12 6 
Women's Disabilities liemoval Bill, Deputation 

to Govei nment about, G / 5 /" 

Educaii wu in India, 20 a 5 c 

Hospital at Delhi, 6 a 10 rf 

ProiecJive and Provident League, Annual 

Meeting, 20 ; 1 /- 21 j7 c 
Suffrage, Meeting at St. Jameses Hall, 4 j 

]2d 

Note about, 8./ 6/ 

Work, Abp. of Canterbury on, 2 m 6 a 

Wood Gieen, the I^fd Mayoi Lays the Founda- 
tion Stone of a New Piesbyteiian Church at, 

2l;8a 
Wool, State of Trade in, 4; 9 e— 11 j^d— IS / 

9 c— 25 j 9/* 

Leicester Fair, 28 / 7 e 

Yield of Lincolnshire. 7 ; 5 </ 

Woolley f Joseph) on the JnflexibU, 23 > 8 c— 2^ 

86 
Worcester (Bp. of) Triennial Visitation, 14^* 7 e 
Worcester Choral Festival, 14 i 13/ 
Worcestershire Association of Congregational 

tMmicbes, Annual Meeting, 5 n 10 d 
Words worih (Bp.) on Church and State, 11 o 9/" 
Working Men's Club, 23 ih 1 d 
and Institute Union Visit Petersham) 

Park, 22 m 8 c 
at Stratford Receive a Grant from th< 



^uiitbMoniMn LnstLtution, G 



; 5 6 



Wor 



PALMEttS INDEX TO "THE TIMES 



»> 



NEWSPAPER. 



[AprU 1 to 



AVorkintr Men's Collide, P.lnrkfriars. 7 a 10 6 

• lUoomsbury. Cou'trattziohe, iiO ? 6 

Lord's Day Hesi Association. lU m H c 

Worse for the Engine — Bull on the Kail way, 23 

Woiher«poon (David) on the Death of the Rev. 

J. S. Tnvlor, at Wiihjun, TA in \0 b 
WLXCKS l- 
of the AiexandrUf Official Inquiry into, 6 m 

13 e 

of the Andromeda, off Dundalk, 19 a 10 a 

of the Beasie., at Beagle jsland, 5 / 10 a 

of ihe Biuk. at Cape Agulhas, 2 m 7 e 

of the Cairo, 4 m U / -o ,n 13/— 19 m 9 </ 

of the Cameliuy 1 1 i« 8 c 

oflf I he Cftesupe ike^ 1 9 a 5 d 

of the City oj Foochow, off Flinder's Isle, 7 

a G a 

of the City of tranciico^ on the Tartar 

Shoal, *J3j 12 c 

of a Collier. Name Unknown, with All 



Hands, off Wexfo 'I, 29 m 9 f 

— of the D>kuta, near Aiulwch, 19 m 8/— 2G 
vt 7 </— 26 'n 8 e— 29 /« 9 / 

— of the Du'hf^s.t, in Moiecomlie Bay, 17 « 10 r 

— of the Emily S/nithy on Kangaroo Island, 23 
wj 5 f 

— of the Frederi-, 23 a \0 d 

— of tlie Florentine, at Dovercourt, 19 *» 10 a 

— of the Folnua. off Hornsv'a. 19 a 10 a 

— of t'le (ram ia ol V ipe l*alm;i8. 6 j 5 e 

Official inquiry into, 2().> 10 </ 

of the Gtoi qe Bioufit at Montrose llarbour, 

a 10 c 

of the (horge Wright^ 9 a b f 

of the ti'nld-», in Champion Bay, 23 m of 

of the I/niinoh P*>rr, off Sandy Isle, 7 a (i a 

of the Ilultfivaod, 2(; a 9 / 

of the htre.enie. Official Inquiry, 10 a 10 e 

of the Inrh Moon, sn ban AiUonio. 18 a lOe 

of the Jsnitlla, off Dublin. 19 a 10 o 

o!* the Ijegion ojllonour^ off Barbary, 18 m 



17 



9/ 



of the Lt'tiy Gules, 2G m 8 h 

— of the Mttitha Lt-vami. 30 m »0 c 

— of the Mary Redlty, Official Inquiry into, 5 
w 11/ 

— of the }fassilia, I md f 

— of the Meikony. at Kay Ilafun, 22 7* 10 c 

— of the Menam, Official Inquiry, 21 w? G/ 
of the Matlahy on Black water Bank, 18 a 



\0e—\2m 12/ 

of the Prince, Official Report of, 5 m 1 1 / 

of the Roanoke, 4 a 5 <2 

Murder of the Crew by Indians of the 

liorhet, ^ a of 

— of the Hovulety at Sea, 1 1 o 9 c 
— of the Roxana, Official Inquiry into, 8 
98 



Wrecks (rontinueff). 

of the .S/rn Pedro, 2 m 10 r 

— of the Sudkote. at Sea, 13^ 10 e 

of XhtiStaidey Castle, 12/5 f 

of the Fshant, MrfSl Boat, 23 a bf 

of the Victoria, 18 a 10 e 

of the William Ackers, Official Inquiry, 

o 10 c 

of the Winchester, at Sea, 13; 10 c 

see also Ship News 



20 



Wreck Commissioners Court : — the Cairo, 31 n 

He— 2.7 13 e 
the Great QueensLmd, 10 n 11 a— 11 a 13 fi 

— 12 a 11 rf— 17 a 11 b— 18 a 11 6— 26 a 11 € 

— 2f< a 13 </— 30 a 11 d—l mile 

the OrweU, 1 aVI a 

the Rifleman, 29^ 12 q 

Wrexham Kxhibition. 1^ w 8 d 

Wrij<ht (Archdn.) Tessfmonial to, by the People 

of Portsmouth, 19 a 9/ 
Written Sermons, see Extempore 
Wyatt (Sir Digby) and the Greit Exhibition, 25 

m 5/ 
Wy«*liffe Commemoration, 500th AnniTersary, 

12 ; 10/ 

Notes about, 13 ; 10 f— 19 j 10 /•— 20/ 11 a 

Wykehamist Dinner at Willis's. 22 ; 12 c 
Wyld (Dr. Geo.) on Homoeopathy, 9/ 6 « 

Y. 

Yakoob Khan, 7 n 5 « 
Yarrow 4. Co.. on Torpedoes, 17 m 6/ 
Yorkshire. Deputation to Government on a 
New BL-^hopric for, 10 a 10 6 

College of Science, Meeting at Leeds, 17a 

10 c 

Union of Mechanics* Institutions, 24 m 6 c 

Young Men's Christian Association, Annual 

Meeting. 21 a 11 /» 
Young's Parrafin Light and Mineral Oil Company, 

23 m 7 c 

Z. 
Zambesi River. 12 a 10 <^ 

and the Quiliimaine, 17 a 9 f 

Zazel at the Royal Aquarium, 26 a 8 6 
Zoological Gardens and ihe Anaconda, 9 a 7/ 
Additions to. 27 j 10 d 

Out-door Cage>j, Trial of. 24 a 10 a 

Society, Anniversary Meeting, 2 /« 6 a 

•* Davis ** Lecture in— Cats and Lions, 



25 j 8 h 

on Manlike Apes, 2'.ij 6/ 

on Sloths and Ant Eatv rs, 1274 a 

on Star Fishes and their Allies. 2 /C/ 

Meetings — Work of the Chulknyer under 

DisAUi^n. 22 ; 4 e 
,i\ «y S^^ly Meetings, 20> 8 6—19 m 6 e— 






/•"k 



S. Talmkr jund So\s, PrliU^ 'rfV,'.^^i^,>l^^^ \V. C 



INDEX 



TO THE 



TIMES NEWSPAPER, 



1877. 



SUMMER QUARTER— July 1 to September 30. 



^ The only trae history of a country is to he found in its newspapers.'* 

Lord Maoaulat. 



SAMUEL PALMER, 76, STRAND, W^.C, 

1877. 



* < J* n* 1 



iTALlVlhlVb 

LNDEX TO ''THE TIMES" NEWSPAPER. 



SUMMEE QUARTER-JULY 1 TO SEPTEMBER 80. 



AlfBBUiOB.~21te nmet Newspaper h&Tlng % sepantta pftgiziatioii to Mcta ninnb«r«the foOowliig method is adopted 
to Bnit it to any file: thus B J 11 e means 8tb J«ly, pa^ 11, colimm 6; the italic letter after the first figmre 
noting the month, and the Italio letter (aooording to alphabet) after the seeood flgve noting the cohimn of 
the page. 



Abbott (W.J) Half-yearly Analysis of the Balance 
Sheets of the London Johit Stock Banks, 8 
tt6c 

Abercern (Dnke of) Leaves Town, 1 « 9 s 

Abervstwith Life-Boat, 1 s 10/— 6 « 10 e 

Absolon (£.) on Insurance Companies' Accounts, 
18 o 10a 

AOflDENTS :— 

10 a Son of Sir Chas. Adderley, Drowned 

by flipping off the ]'*alls of Tummal, 8 i 11 / 
— 4 i 12 «f 

on the Alps, 1 a 9/ 

to Prince Amadeo, Thrown from his Car- 
riage, at Turin. iH) j 5e 

*— near Amulrea, a Coach Upset and Mr. 
Young Injured, 80 a 9 /* 

to Mr. Apjolm, Killed by FalHng ofif s 

Bicycle. 15 m 10/ 

— to Chfls. Arnold, Killed by Falling to the 
Bottom of a Pit, ]8«76 

— -- from Bathing, Official Monthly Betum, 18 

fob 

• Boat Capsized at Barrow, Two Brothers 

Drowned, cK) a 11 e 
at Henley, and Mr. Oldfleld Drowned, 12 



off Kensale, and Fire Fishermen Drowned, 
o£f Southampton, Four Persons Drowned, 



Aoddents (conftmteen. 

to Mr. Dent, Drowned while Bathing at 

Scarborough, 20 sie 

— to Rer. Francis Doran, Drowned from • 
Yacht Capsizing at Clontarf, 8 j 5 / 

^— to George Drayton, Drowned from the 
Upsetting of a Sailing Boat, 25 a 6 a 

^— u i Dunball, Bursting of the Main Drain at the 
Outfall Works, 19 i 5 / 

at Edgbaston, Rotten Park Besenroir, Three 

Youths l^rowned, 2Sj 10 e 

— at Exeter, during the Boat Races, s Vessel 
Falling Orer and Upsetting Fifty Persons inta 
the Water, 18 « 7 e 

Explosion of Oas at Moses*8, Tottenham 

Court Road, 25 « 8 6 
at the Dynamite Factory, at Pantilletr 

Three Persons Killed, 26 j 5 d 

at Hinde Street^ Mandiester Square, 14 



2.V7<f 



off Twickenham, and a Lad named Star- 
ling Drowned. 8 a 5 e 

on the T^e, and Two Youths Drowned, 



8 s 6/ 

on Lake Windermere, and Four Persons 



Drowned, 8 a 5 « 

— to l^ieut. £. J. C. Boyce, on Board the 
Torpedo Ship Hood, 6; 5 /* 

— to Dr. James Bryce, Killed bv Falling over 
the J'ulls of Foyers, 18.; 5/— 17 i* 8 d 

— to Mrs. Clay ion, KjJled* by lightning, and 
Two other Women Struck while Haymakmg, 
at Woodthorpe Park, 9^ 6 rf 

— to George Cook, Drowned while Bathing 
off Battersea Park, 28 i 3 c 

— to Kdward Cunard^ at a Polo Match 
Shorncliffe Camp, 80 a 6 c81 a 7/ 



in 



a4/ 

— Explosion of a Locomotive at Oaken Gates 

Station, 12 « 9 e 

of Naptha on Board the Tkamai^ at 



Liverpool, 18 s 10/— 21 « 9 e 

of a Powder Barrel at Mont Yalerien and 



Eight Artillery Men KiUed, 80 i 5 « 

Magazine off the Ship and Lobster at 



Oravesend, 8 ; 8 c 

at the Powka Beck Reservoir, 8 « 11 c 

of a Shell, in Giurgevo from Two B^yB 



Playing with, Both Killed, 4i 12 a 

at the Salf ord Gasworks, Four Workmen 



Injured, 4 s 5 c 

at Waltham Abbey Powder Factory, IB 



Mid 

— Fall from a Swing at Brixten, Breaking • 

Young Man's Neck, 25 s 10 </ 

of I'wo Houses in Bethnal Green Road, 



and Two Persons Killed, 19 jBe 

of Widcombe Bridge, Bath, Inanest, 10/ 



11 f— 12 / 10 C-.18; 5 c- 27> 5/ 

Note about, 16/ 8 h 

Other Deaths, 4 a 10 6 



— to Wm. Firmin, a Batcher, in Braintree 
Market, Killed by a Cow, 81 a 7 / 

— to Sarah Ann Viwear, Shot by the FaD of a 
Gun, 24 » 8y 

• — on Alfred Charles Gibson, Drowned in n. 
VwA at Croydon, 5 j 6 4 



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[Ji 



Aooidents (continued). 

- — to Eftrl Fortescue and Ix>rtl Ebrinjrton, 

1'hrown from a Carriagu near Simous Bath, 

20s 7 e 
to Alfred Chaa. Gibson, Drowned in a Pool 

at Croydon, oj S a 
to Gilroy and Bell, Drowned at Greenock 

while Bathing, i si f 

to Mr. Gladstone, Narrowly E8cai>ed from 

being Run Over by a Cab near the House of 
Commons, 7.; 10 a 

to Mr. Glaves, of Manley, Gored by a Cow, 

15*9/ 
« at Guffin MUl, Blackburn, Three Men 

Drowned from the Temporary Biidge Breaking, 

11 j 8 d 
-^— on Hammersmith Bridge, a Frightened 

Horse Leaping Over, taking Van and Driver 

with him into the River, 5 « 10 6 
^— — to Mr. Hockey, Drowned while Bathing at 

Seaton, 5jlO/ 
to Wm. Holder, Drowned at Harwich, 2 j 

10/ 
•— to Mr. Hornby, Mayor of Blackbam,Thrown 

from ills Carriage, Half 
to John Kay and his Chikl, Drowned at 

Ashton, ili^d 
^— at Keyham, from the Snapping of a Piston 

Rod, 29 8 9/ 
to Wm. King, KUled by the Bursting of an 

Emery Wheel, 20 i 4/ 
— — - to a Lad, Falling into the Regent*B Canal at 

Icewell Wharf, 80 > IJ 
•— to Major Lloyd, Drowned in the River at 

Blackrock, 15 « 10/ 

— to Francis Norman Livermore, Knocked 
into the Thames off the Embankment by a 
Dog, 8*9/ 

at the Lucy Furnace, of Carnegie & Co., 

23 a8c 

— at Markfield Granate Quarry, to Two 
Workmen, 29 o 10 a 

— ^ to Mrs. Marsh, the Song Writer, Killed by 
being Thi'own from her Carriage in Grosvenor 
Place, 9 a 6 / 

-— to Wm. Martin, Drowned at Millwall, 20 
adf 

— — to Samuel Kaylor, Drowned in Attempting 
to Cross the " Strid," near Bolton Abbey, 15 
a 12 6 

' Omnibus Overturned at Bridgwater Sta- 
tion, and iu Passengers Injured, 28 j 9/ 

to Henry Owers, Killed by a Bicycle at 

Chigwell, JO a 10 f 

' to Agnes and Edith Parkes, Drowned while 

Bathing at Ramsay, Jsle of Man. 19 ; 5 e 

«— at the Pass of Brander fram the Mail Coach 
FaUing Over, 80 a 9/ 

-— to Mr. Lewis Paterson and the Brothers 
Kimbol, Killed in Attempting an Ascent of 
the Lyskam, 1 1 * 3/— 12 s 6 /"—IS s 9 d—U b 
7 rf— 15 * 11 c— 17 « 8/-25 « 9/— 28 # 9 c— • 
29*6/ 

— to a Lad named Perryman, Shot by Hand- 
fing a Revolver at Braunton, 5 ; 9 /" 

— te Mr. J. S. Raven, Drowned while Bathing 



Accidents (rontinved). 

to Alias Bertha Rcirl, Killed by her 

being Dashed to Pieces, 10 a 10/ 

t(» Mr. S. Saunders, by the Capsizing of s 



Bo&t in the Solent, 16^ 9 e 
to Miss Amy Sedgwick, who FeU into ^ 

Thames near Staines, V6j&c 

Denied, 17i 11 « 

to General Segemap, from a Tn^ DaaUiy 

against him in a Lane, 16 a 5/ 
to Edward Smith, Crushed to Death in a 

Collision of Vans in Hoxton, 5^ 6 a 
at Somerset House, from a Portion of the 

Balustrade Surrounding the Square FalUiis 

into the Area beneath, 23 ; 12 a 
to George Strutt, Drowned while Batfamig 

at Bournemouth, 8 a 7 e 
to the Syndii, of Fruttwald and his Swtei; 

Killed by a Mass of Rock Falling on tbea 

from the'Tosa Falls, in the St. Gothard Boad, 

17*8/ 
to fidward Thompson, Drowned at Cheny 

Gardens Pier, 5^ 6 o 
to Mr. G. B. Thomberryj Drowned whfle 

Bathing at Pensance, 2 a 9/ 
a Tornado at Wisconsin, Great Damage to 

Life and Property, 10 ; 6/— 11 ; 5 « 
to Two Childi'en, Drowning in the Lake <tf 

Geneva, Saved by a Third Child. 24 j 10 c 

•> Gentlemen, on their Ascending the Cliff 

at Bollard Point and the Shelf they Stood oa 

250ft. high, Bi-eaking away and Leaving tboa 

Unable to Ascend or Descend, 20 / 8 cf 

Ladies and Two Children, llirown from 



a Carriage in Liverpo<^ 24^ 6 c 

— to Mr. Arthur Walsh, Seriously In jored by 
a Flint on Slipping from his Bathing Macjiixie 
at Boulogne, 20 * 7 /— 25 * 9/ 

»— to Ware and Mulllngs, Two Lads, Drowned 

at Dawlish while Bathing, 27 a 6/ 
at Warrington, from a Chimney Falling into 

the Street, Several Children Killed, 4 « 7/ 
to Ellen Webster, Knocked off the Platform 

at Camden Road under a Passing Train, 8 ; 5 < 
- — to Willcoeks, an Engine Fitter, Droraed 

while Bathing at Dawlish, 18 a 10 b 

- •■ — to Isaac Wilson, Killed by an Emei7 ^!^h«l 

Bursting in the Royal Agricultural Show at 

Liverpool, 12 ; 5/ 
to the Tacht Linda, and Two Men neOr^ 

Drowned, 80 a 11 c 

Cosette, 80 a II c 

AGQIDEKTS— MININO :^ 

Annesley Colliery Ezpfesioti Fond, Z j i h 

— 18i8a 
in Brookfield Coal Mfaie, Sitfocated bjONi 

Gas, 2Zj 10 a 

at Bryan HaU Collieries, 24 * 8 f 

-- — Explosion at Blantyre Pit, near Glasgow, U 

•8/ 
" ■ ■ at East Cannock Colliery, 896s 
at Foggs Pitt, Darcy Lever, FinaMnqouy, 

10 o 10 e 
Fire and Explosion at the Mains Colliery 

near Wigan, 22 a 9/— 23 ale 

in Rowley Ri^gis Colliery, near Dudley, ll 

' s^ f 



pt. ;;0. l'*?".] valuer's index to the " timics " nkwsi'AI'kr. 



Aid 



Accidents — Mining (rontin .eii). 

Flic in a Mine, in VVeslphalin, Fifteen 

Pers^inA Killed, 24 «i >ia 

in 8h»iuti Coal Mine. Nonh West Penney 1- 
vania, Seven Miners Kille<l. IH ; o (» 

at T*-oe(iyfhiw Colliery— i>ai/y Ttleyraph 



Fund, 2 ;• 7 a 

Manfiion House Fund for the Repcued and 



Kescuers, Meeting to Distribuie, 2^7 a — 12 j 
6 c— 17 ; 8 c— 18 / U/- 20j 5 e 

the Miners' Letter to the I^iOFd Major 



on the Ihe Awards, 31 ; 4 /* 

the Lord Mayor's Reply, 1 « 6 b 



Minera* Request lo Aid the Indian Fund, 

8< 12 6 

Notes about, 8«3</— 8«8c— J7a8/' 

Presentation of the Albert Mei als, 6 a 4 



€/— 8 a 8 c 

Davis and Purvis, the Divers, Forgotten 



in the Awaixl of Medals, !(> m 3 e 

Letter of Thanks from the Recipients, 



8*7/ 

Names of the Rect ivers, 8 « 8 c 

ACCIDENTS -RAILWAY :— 

Board of Tiiide Report, 25 ei </ 

in Bo- Peep Tunnel, 12 * 11 6 

at Cheam Level Crossing, 8*7/' 

at Chip|>enham, 9i 7 6 

ne^r Crewe, Narrow Escape of the Scotch 

Mail, 20 a 1 1 « 

at Ciewe* Official Inquiry, 4 » 4 6 

at Ci-ow Pirk Crossing, 11 « 6 ci 

near Desmoines, Running into a Creek, 80 

a iih 

rear Dublin. 7 / 12/ 

at Four Mile Creek,* from an Arched Culvert 



FaUing in, 1 1 5 4 </ 

— at Glocesler, 24 a 6 <•— 28 a S c 

— near Grove Feny Slaiion, 9 ; 6 a 
at KibsivTunoel. 1«66 



near Keikstsll, 11 a 5f 

at the Mansloa House Terminus. 81 jS e 

at Mont Cenis Eirst, from the Floods, 25 a 

5 € 
on the Ppnheside Railway, ihe Train Blown 

off by H Totnauo and C> ertiu-ued, ij 7/ 

at Preston, 2> M/ 

between Pyebridge and Co<inor, o / 10 c 

near ileckford, from an Attempt to Upset, 

1 1 K 5 a 
near Robledo. in a Tiatn in which the King 

of Spain w.as a Passenger, 16 ; 5y 

near Tamworlh Station, 2y / f 

near Wodehoose, from Twenty-six Waggons 

Becoming Detached. 15 5 5/ 

ftt Woodforu SfAlion. SO*; 7 / 

near Worcester, Running into a Herd of 



Bu!l»>cks, 21 s 10/ 
to Mrs. Croffs, atBetley Road Station, from 

a Bar of Iron Entering her Carnage, 5 j 10 e 

— 4«4 6 
to Mrs. Farnince, at Mill-road Crossing, 

Cambridge. 27 o 9 e 
to Thomas llobley, near Nuneaton, 24 j 

10 a 
— — CoUicion near Abingdon with a Bull, 5 « 



Acciden' 8— Railway (iOHtinned). 

Collisicm at t-'aiiisle Station, 22 s S d 

at Ci'.'ulel Siation, Cju'lisle, 19 « 10 ^ 

ai Holes wort li, 21 a 7/ 

■ at Lowesio't. 2 o /* 

near Nuneaton, 9 a 0/ 

near Noiiingliam, Narrow Escaj>e, II n 



«/ 



SsGb 



atNoyalles, English Passengers Woundcdj 



Note about, 4*9/ 



at Smirfoot, L'7 > 10/ 

at Sturminstcr Station, 6 ; 11/ 



Accountants and Bankrupts EstatcB^-Case of 

Bcn?on & Co., 2; 6 a—'Sj ii a 

Noie about, 4^ 18 a 

Achee'i, the Dutch in, 19 * 5 e 

Adams (R. D.) on Chinese Immigr:ition at Syd' 

rev, 3 s 3 d 
Additional Home Bishoprics Endowment Fund) 

Meeting, 2a6 f 
Admiroli v, New First Lord, 2 a 9/ -0 a 8 c— 1 1 

a6;— 13« 7«— J{Ja7/ 

Apiwintments, 18 « 9 e 

Fi -St Lord of in 1G85, 15 <i 6 e 

Re-organlzation, 7 o 9 a 

ADMIRALTY COURT :— 

the Avdalvsiun, G aH f—7 a c^*-8 a 12 A 

the G. C. Gradweli 9 a 11 6 

the Emperor - tiie Martin, 8 a 10/ 

1 he Jimsun^ 4 rr 1 1 c 

— »he Marten — the Concordia^ 14 ;' 13 c— 10 

11a 

the^Setw, 18/11/ 

M. M. Ship triuii'ph, 2ojU d 

Adrlmople, Inhabitants Leaving for Constsinti- 

nople, 2<l j 5 a 
AfghanisJan News, 10 « 5 rf— 27 s G a 
Afiica, Cent rill, Four New Vessels tor, 20 a 9 / 
African Exploration, Notes about, 18/10 «— 81 

«9/» 

Meeiings about, 20 / U a— 21 i 12 6 

of Belgium, J2 « 1 1/ 

A fi leans in Congo, 10 a 10 / 

Aji icul.uv.il Hall, Daiiv Show at, 19 « 6 </ 

Reioros, 1« irt 6 e— 21 « 8 </ 

Society o' Scotland, 60th Annual Show In 

I'Mlnburgh. Jii j -i f 
Alao.uiia CKuai l)n!:tnce — Present it to thi) 

J Ui'j;o Frmine Fond, 12 s 12 e 
Al»j\; I Medal Awa'ut* lO ihe Welsh Miners, 8 ri 

i( c— • 1 a 7 /■ 
Al( ock (Uathe.rord^ on African Exploration, 18 

./ '0« 
Alcholic Adulteration. 4 « 6 A 
Aluermanic Gown— Cheap, Election, 6i 10 rf^l 

a 10/-2 a 8 </— 1 \ n 5/— 14 a 10 e—27 * 9 / 
Rpnquet 10 Sir John Bennett on his EleC' 

tion. 187" 1 1 a 
-^— DcputflioTi of the Electors to the Lord 

Mayor to Confer in Sir John Bennett's EleC' 

tion, 27 / 5 /' 

Meetings of Electors, 3 a 7 e— 9 a 6/ 

Notes about, 19/11 a 

Petition again •♦^ his Eloction, 26 » 4 /* 

l^reparatioub fo Hc-Elocting Sir John Bcn^ 



Aid 



FALUKH*8 INDKX TO " THE TIMK8 " HBWSPAPBB* 



[Julj 1 IB 






AMcfinanic Go>tn—Ke- Election of Sir John 

Ik-nnett, 13 o 7 ti-^Jii s 4/* 
- — - lU'turn of Sir John Bennett Disputed, 10 y 

r. /— 11 j 10/,— 14; 10/ 
Aldj^att* Waid Hi.tepayere* Ai«»ocintion. 24 j 4 t 
Alexandra J':daee— Arrival of the Nubian and 

Ali}8.Hiiian Animals, 12 » « 

C'apt. CraiwV Hoat Exhibited vt, 80 ; 6 6 

Fire Brijzade Contest at. 4 j 12 // 

- — - First Exhibition ot the Nubians. 14 » 6 /* 

Fruit and Flower Show Opened, 14 s 6 /* 

llawkin>^ at, 4 u 5 f 

• Westminster Teachers* Association at, 10 y 

11 c 
Alexander (Col.) on Army Promotion* 9 a 8 c 

(J. G.) on the Law of Nations, 3 » 7 a 

Alexandria Obelisk, see Cleopatra 

Public Debt Coniniisfeion. 5 ; o e 

Alfred, King. Unveiling the i?tatue of at Want- 
age by the Prince of Wales, Sj U /*— 14 / J2 / 
— KJ; 1U« 
Allcroft (J. D.) on the Christ's Hospital Inquiry, 

14 J V2b 
Allen (J. H.) on the Collision of the Avalanche 

and the Furtst^ 17 s 4 / 
Alinatt fDr.) Weather of August, 5 s^J 

of July. D a 4 /• 

Alpine Acoulents, 1 a 9/— 2 a e 

Ascents. HI j 5 6—2 a 6 «— 1 a 9/ 

Fi'te, 20 .; 4 € 

Alps of Dauphiny, 2d n A c 

Ascent of Two Son's of Alderman Cotton, 

4 «8 r" 

Alsac- -Lorraine, see Germany 

AMEfiICA:— 

Agricultural Department Ucturns, 17 j 5/ 

27.) »c— 17 s4 h-\Hs5/ 
American Bankers' Convention at New 

York, \o » 6 e 

Appomtments. ISy '» e 

— — Arctic Whalers Arrival of at Belcher 

Point, 4 /I 5 « 

Battle of Bennington, Celebration of, 17 a 

3 e — 18 n h e 

' liig Springs Station Captured by Thirteen 

Masked Wen and the Treasure tn»m the Paci- 
lic Coast Taken from the Eulering Train, 20 

K'6/ 

111 line (Senator) Speech at Woodstock, 6 j 

o e 

Brltitsh Steamer Denmark Seiztnl for Smug- 
gling. 1 i (I ."» <r— lo a f) /— 14 I ;{ e 

- Biirliii^h.-inie Treaty. l.'» // 5 /' 

— — Canadian'Minh^ier and the Cabinet on the 
Course lo bt Pursued wiih -Silling Bill," 10 
M o </ — 1 1 ti r> // — \ii a n t — 'M a \i c— J5 s .5 a 

— — Cnri)i*ntefs. Fifty Sail for Manchester, Eng- 
land. Ji a T) <• — ;H h 3 e 

*-^ Case of John S. Morton, 24 j» 3 c— 25 s 7 ft 
(^hiiiamen. a Party of Slaughtered by 



IndiiUiF, \^jhf 
-— l"!ivii Service Reform, 23 ; 4 a 

— Commercial News. 18 ; 6 d 

— Const oek Lode and the Sutro Tunnels, 21 « 
Ca 

— Consulships, Only One Vacaucy and 7,000 
jApplicaliuu:>, 11 / u t 



Ameilca Oonlinued), 

Creedn»oor Rifle Match, tee VoLCXTBBRf 

Dairy Pro<luce in, 28 a *d d 

Demonstration toGotemor Robmson at the 

Tammany Hall, 23i4r 

Mr. Tildens Speech, 23 ; 4 c 

Diplomatic News, 16 ^ 6 e — 1 a 6 e — 2 aid 



—6 a '6f 

Education in, 28 « 4y 

Edward J>e, Fired into by a Spanish Gun- 
boat, 1 7 a 3 < 

Election of Goyemon, 11 n 6 h — IS o 5 •— 

12 8 6/— 13 « 8 «— 20 8 3 e— 21 s 5 r — 27 # 6 « 
Elkn Hizpah Illegally Searched by Spaio 



off the Cuban Coast, 2j 5 d 

Spanish Agent Offering to Compromiie 



with the Owners, )9j 6 rf 

Export and Import Returns, 10 a 5 6 

Financial Returns, 3 ; 6 d 

Finances, 4/7 /*— 17 i 6 e — 1 a»e 

Flood at Cliattanooga, 22 « 5 /* 

Foreign Trade, Return of, IC « 4 a 

and France, 6 » 8 ^ 

Free Traders National Conference at Sara- 
toga, 10 s 6 b 
French Government Buying Largelj of 

MUitary Food, 18 j 5 6 

Funded Loan Syndicate, 24 s 3/ 

Halifax Fishery Commission, 15 a 5 J" 

Uendricka (Thos. A.) Sails for England, 23 

j» 4 c 
•* Independence Day " Celebration of at the 

English Embassy, 'Ajbf 

— Celebration In all the States, 6 i 5 « 

Indian Outbreak in Idaho, &c*, 2/8 b — 3; 

10 6—5 ; ! 1 a—Qj 6 if— 11 j 5 e— 14 / 7 /— 16 

j5/"— ITjo*!— 13q6/ 

Enrolment of Volunteers to Disperse, 16 



3 he 



Fights with. 9 i 6 a— 17* 4 6—18 toe 

Gen. Gibbon's Fight with, 14 a 3 e 

Indians, Sale of Arms to Prohibited. 9 a 5e 

Iowa Greenback Convention State Ticket, 

13 ; 5 c 

Iron Trade in, 18 « 7 < 

Labour Question in. 4 s 9 a— 10 « 4 cr 

President Lincolns Famous Declaration of 

1863 Emancipating the Slaves Presented to 

the British Museum, 20jhe 
— Louisiana Debt, 7 j 7 d 
Meeting of British Charitable Institutions 

Canada and to Unite Under the One Name of 

the North American St. George*s Union, 15 s 

be 
and Mexico, 2^5 rf— 5 j 6 d—T j 7 d — ^21 j 

7 h -23 ; 5 c— 9 * 6 a— 12» 6 a 
Escobado and others Arrested by the 

United States, 23> 6/— 25 ; 6 e 

Raid into after Robbers, 10 / 5 e 

into Texas, \bahf 



— Monument to the Killed in the Late Civil 
War on Boston Common Dedicated, 18 « 5 « 

— Mormon Prophet, Death of, 3 « 5 a 

— New L«an, 1 1 ; 5 e— 12 ; 6 €— 16 y 5/— 20 
i 5 e-21 j 7 c— 28 ? 5 d 

— New York Republican Convention. 23^ 

sih 



Sept. SO, 1877.] palmer's ikdsk to '*tue times" newspaper. 



Asc 



Axnerica (continued). 

— ^ — Orajigemen's Procession Abandoned to Pre* 
eerve Order, I27 5 e 

and the Paris £xhibition, 9 ; 5 « 

Patent Offit«, Fire at, 27 « 6 a 

Pennsylvanian Demoeratic Convention- 
New Treasurer, 2o a o f 

Philadelphia Permanent Exhibition the 



First Opening of on Sunday, 8*4/ 

— Placer County, the Chinese Expelled and 

their Quarters Burned, 20 « 3 « 

President Addresses a Meeting at Louis- 



Tille, 19 « 5 « 

Circular to Office Holders, 23^ 4 c 



^ Endorsement of his Policy, 7 * 3/— 22 * of 

— Invited to Maine, 22 a 5 c 

— Reception of at Concord, 24 a G c 
at Nashyille, 215 5/ 

Tour, 2r» a 6 a- 27 a 6 a— 10 s 4 fl— 21 * 



6 /•— 24 8 3/— 27 s6a 

in New York, 2j5d 



6c 



Public Debt, Monthly Report, 2 a 5 rf— 3 * 



— Riulway Servants, 10 per Cent Reduction in 
the Wages of, 5 i 5 rf— 13 / 6 *— 18 1 5 d 

Strike on the Baltimore, &c. Line, see 



Stbikbs 

Closing of the Strike, Slj 5/— 1 a 6 e 



— 1 a 10 a— 4 a 6a 

Extending to all, 25 j 10 a— 27 7 8 a— 



3 a 9/ 



76 



6^ 



Federal Troops Sent for, 20 J 5 d -21 j 
Frightful Destruction of Property, 24 



Kote about, 80 ; 10 a 

Rioting, 23 i S 6—24 / 6 b—2Gj 5 c— 28 

j 6 e— 30 7 10 a— 3 a 9/— 1 » Ad 

Trials of the Rioters, 2 a 5 e 

Strikes, CoL Scott's Account of, 10 5 10 c 



Reciprocity Treaty with Canada, 25 a 5/— 

25 a 60 
the Rising Sun, an American Whaler, off 

Cuba, Detained by the Spanish Authorities, 

12 J 6/— 14 ; If—nj hj 
St. Louis, Rim on the Savings Banks in, 18 

— Ship News, 2 a o d 

" Sitting BuU " Returns to, 31 a 3 /—I « 6 a 

Spain Proposes to Indemnify the Whalers, 

20 a5a 

Strike of American Colliers, see Sti^i^es 

Boatmen, see Stbikea 



— Sutro Tunnel, 31 a 6 e 

— Tilden (S. J.) Sails for Liverpool, 19 7 6 d 

— M. Thiers, National Flag Hoisted Half-mast 
High over Public Buildings as a Mark of 
Respect for, 10 « 6 6 

— Tornadoes in, Accidents from, Ajlf 

— Treasury Bonds, 675 c 

— Tweed (.Mr.) and his Evidence, 24 » 3 e 

— Union Congress Providence Tool Company 
Resume Making Arms for Turkey, 25 a 5 / 

— Venezuela Claims, ^egociations Renewed, 
I2i5« 

— Working Mcu'a Political Party, Efforts ta 



America (iontinued), 

Yellow Fever in Florida, 12 » 6 a— 17 s S h 

American Cave and Cliff Dwellings Models in 

the South Kensington Museum, 29 a 4 e 
Children — Prolessor Bowditch*s Measure^ 

ments of, 16 a Ae 

Food Supply, 26 * 4 d 

Meat, 2 a 5 e 

Oysters, 31 a 4 ^ 

Visitors, 30 a 6/ 

Workmen and their Strikes, 23 n 8 a 

An " Anacoluthon," 20 « 4 c 

Ancient Music, Price Sale List of Dr. Uimbaull s 
Library, 9 adf 

Pulpit. 22 alOd 

A agio- African Kcgent, 22 a 6 

Anglo-American Amenities, 5/ 11 h 

Anglo-Jewish Association and the Jews ia tUo^ 
East, 24 J 9/ 

Anonymous Munificence — Coals Sent Without 
Order, 10;il c 

Anti-Confcssiuiial Meeting at Exeter Hall, 21 J 
13c 

Anti-Malthusian— a Boa in the Zoolojrkial Gar- 
dens Produces Twenty Young at a Birth, 4 ; 
10/1 

Anti-Tobacco Society — Prize Offered for t he- 
Best Essay against the Ut^e of Tobm-co. 7 a 6c 

Antiquarian Discoveries at Taloo. lo o 12 h 

Antonelli (Card.) his Natural Daughter Claims, 
his Property, 5 / 5 e— i2 ; 5 «— 13 / 4 /— li» / 
6 </— 237 5 d—iilj o d—l aA e— 8 a 5 e— 1 1 a, 
od— 17g3€— 22/f Ad 

Antwerp Festival an;! Congress, fee Kibens 

Printer — Maison Planten, 22 u a 

Appearing to Forget. 2 « 8 b 

Apples, Sure-i-bearing 31 « 9 c 

Archaeological Discoveries at Spata, 20 J o c 

Institute, «ec Roval 

Archery at the Crystal Palace, 14 ;' 13 /* 

AECHE3, ETC. COUKT ,— 

St. Ethelburga, Bi>iiopf:gate, 25 alia 

— - St. Dunstan in the \Ve*t, 25 a 11 a 

St. Luke's, Old »^tret t, 25 ci 1 1 a 

re Uev. C, F, Lowder, 8 * 10 c 

Arctic Exploration and Balloons, 7 s d e 
E,xploring Stations, 23 o 3 /* 

Regions— Arrival of the Antic at Dundee* 

20s od 
Armada Sermon, 13 a 6/ 
Armenia, Hailstorm in, 4 7 5 d 
Armorial Bearings, 22 a 9 « 
Army and Navy Co-Operalive Society, Upporf, 

22 s 7 f 

- Pensions, 19i 7 A 

Amold(Arthur)on81aveTradeinI<^vpt,23al0c 

(Mattliew) on Spelling lieform. 5 #.(5 

Art Exhibition at Wokinuhum, see VVoKJ^'GHAM. 

■ Sal".s. s'^*' Fi.f j; Apth 

Artisans' Labuie;^" a:id General Dwellings. 
C''in,::iny, 11 ; 1. - — 'lA J \'J h 

1 Meetings, 4 a (> e — ii> a 7 c-r-5 s 7 e 

Keport of Committee cut InYC^tigation, 3 

* A. _* T11J I rtl - «• ^ 



Aah 



PALMKu'b INDKX Tt> ** TILH TIMKS *' KRWSrAPRB. 



[.Tnl J 1 » 



Asher & Co's., Chi-omolithography, 29 « 4 6 

iVsia, «ee War in the LIast 

Asiatic Famine, Another, see Cobea 

Assam Tea C^ompany, 3^ 6 d 

Assizes, Official Notice, 18 a 7 /" 

Associated C'hambers of Commerce. Autumnal 

Meeting, 21 a 9 /— 18 » 5 e— 14 « 7 / 
Athens to Thebes, 28 a 9 a 
Atlantic Exploration, !(> a 4 /* 

-> Note about, }S a S d 

Atta of Roses, 14 a 7./— 21 k 4 d 

Audacious Expedition — a B(»at Yoyngc from 

America to EngUnd, 28 j 8 c 
Au<?u8t Meteors, Note about, 14 a 9 c 
AUSTRALIA :— 
— — Boat Race at Sydney, 3 » 3 <i 

Chinamen in, 67 7 6—10 » 4 r 

-< — Chinese Immigration, 3 « 8 a & d 

— PoU Tax, 6 8 3d 

-^ — Coal, Discovery of, at Coloraine, 4jdf 
» — Earthquake, Shocks in, 3 « 8 a 

IClections, 4 / U /* 

• — Electoral New JBill, 14 » 6 6 
-- — Finances, 3 » 8 a 

Freeh Meat fn)m, 24 a 7/ 

- — Jervoise (Sir W.) Report on the Defences, 

S 8 S b-'H 8 ii b 
ProiceedUigs in tlie Assembly, 4/9 J — 3 

«3a 
• — Ivai^ways, E a 8 a 

1 Revenue lietarns. 3 5 3c 

AUSTEALIA— SOm H : — 
"■— Harvest Prospects, 4 » 9 c 

-^ Immigrants. 16 « 7 a 

w^^— Increased Value of the Gold Minos, 13j» 4 b 

Railways and Telejpraph-*, 28 ; 9/ 

" Tidal Disturbances, 4^ 9/ 

Australia — Western, Census, 80 a 8 6 
Australian Agricultural Company, 5 / 7 e 

Federation, 9 j 6 6 

-. Gold, 4 o 5 e 

-1 — Sovereigns, Return ol the Number Coined, 

10 ) 4 rf 

•^ Wrecks, 2W 10 « 

AUSTBIA :— 

- — Andrassy (Count) Return of to Vienna, 24 

a 6 c 



: and Count Bismarck, 5:4 rr 5 c— 31 q 3 c 

— 6 J» 3 r— 18 8 5 rf— 20 s 8 a— 21 sob 
—. — hia Policy — " No Nonsense," 24 a o « 

— Appointments and Exclkange», 10 5 6a 

— Array Mobilizatitjn, 1 a 6 c — 2 a o b 

— Court News, 18 7 5 b — 24 a o d 
Emperor's Dinner and the Czar's Health 



Proposed, 12 5 6 a— 18 5 8 t/- 14 5 5y 

-^ »-* Leaves for Hungary, 856a 

at Kaachau, 10 5 6 a — 15 s 5 b 



— the Danube Not to be Touched by Russia, 
24 a c 

— English Church, Built by Subscription, 
Open^ in Vienna, 14; 7 J 

— Financial Position, 1 a a c — 3 a 5 c — 7 a 3 
A— 24 5 8 d 

r— and the QalWuan Diet, 24 a 5 rf— 28 a 3 c 
*— and Germany. 80 / 5 r— 17 5 3c 
r— Interview of the Emperor wUh the Emperor 
oi Germivny, 8 a 6 c— 10 a 5 A , 



Austiia O'(mtiiintfC), 
iinl Italy, I97 5 c 

Mijjrity of Prince Rodolpli, the Heir to 

the Throne, 21 j b r 

Mnnoeuvres in Kaschau, 18 5 3 r 

Mueiing of the Rcich^rath, 5 « G a 

Troccedings. 20 5 8 e 

Military Commandant, New, of Croatia, I 



53c 



Obligations, New Order, 13 « 5 ^ 
Preparation}* in, Reported, 13 J 7 c 



Miscellaneous News, 17 « 3 a — 21 #/ 3 b 

Occupation of Bosnia and lle.zogovina, 

Denied by the Porte, 19 j 5 r — 24 1 5 h 

Opening of the Gaticia Diet, 11 n ^ b 

IVace Rumours in Vienna, IGj 5 c — 27 j 5 

c—'li*> j 5 6—7 a 'Ah 

Poles in, 28 a 3 r— 1 5 5 /*— 20 8 5 e 

Prince Alexander of liesse at ViennJ^4y 7 d 

Pro-Turkish Meetings in, 3 o c 

Railway Rails Sold to Russia by, 2Sj Sb 

Railways. 7 a 3 6 

Silzburg Interview, 21 5 6—22 m 5 o— C4 

53 n 

Treaty of Commerce with Germany, HOaCl 

Ucliatius Gun Foundry, Conuplracy in, 7 

58 c 
and the War, 20 j 6 6— 24 j 5 a— 80 / 5 «r— 

2^56— 16a 11/ 
Austrian Embassy, 28 > 9 /"— 20 a 5 c— 20 a 9/ 

Tyrol 9 « 9/— 13 a7 d 

Autumnal iSalmou Fi&Uing, 27 < 4 a 

B. 

.Babylonian Antiquities, 10 <7 12 6 

Bad as Stamford Street— Voltaire*B Bedroooi 

Closed, 5/9/ 
Bnggnge to the Continent, IB 8 A f 
Bailey »^Inspector) on the Trial of the Detectives, 

14<l 8 4! 

Baker (Samuel White) on the Nile, 21 5 1 1 </ 
Balaklava Banquet, set Naval aud Military 
Balhjim Case— Death of the Motber of Mr. 

Bravo, 197 9/ 
Sale of the EffecU of the late Mr. Bravo, 

1 5 7 d—S 8 9/ 
Bell (Geo. W.) on River Pollution, 27 a 8 rf 
Balloons. First One Constructed in Jnptsxi, Gain 
Bank Holiday, Amusements of, 7 a 6 

Railway Arrangements, 3 a 6 6 

BANKING :— 

Alliance, 7 7 13 </— 17 d\Od 

Anglo-Culifornian, 24 a 1 a — 6 < 5 6 

Anglo- Egvptian, 10 ; 10 a 

Anglo-Italiau. 20 5 5 o 

Australian Joint StocK* 13 5 5 a 

Bank of Australasia, 14 a 5 e 

of Bengal, 10 ; 10 a— 3 a Ga 

— — of Bombay, 24 'i 7 a 

of British Columbia, 5 5 7 * 

of Egypt, N^tt Profiti, 25 j 6 « 

Mt'eiing, \) a 7 d 

of En jj land. Weekly Returns, Q j \0 b— 

18 i J 1 A— 20 ; (> « & 6—27 / 10 A— 3 a 6 /»— 10 
a 1 1 a & A— 17 a 5 6—24 a 7 A— 31 aba&h 
— 7 * 5 <i <Jc 6—14 8 7 uOl 6—21 5 7 6—26 s i 
Oik c 



pt W, 1877.J FALMKU'S INI»KX TO ** TIIK TIMKS ** NEWSPAl'KU. 



Ban 



banking (continu/'dj. 

Bunk of England, Average Stock of Bullion, 

25> (5 a 

Balance* Sheet, 24 a 7 /' 

Dividend Notices, 2 « 6 />— 18 u 7 a 

— ^— ^— Geoeial Court, ]i s 7 a &e 

New Weijfhing Machiae. 27y 10 a 

Notes i.i Circulation, C^ 10 h—)3 j 1 1 h 

— 20y 6 a— JT 3 IDA— 3 a 6 A— JO <i 1 1 «— 17 a 
6 b — 24 a 7 A — 7 * 5 « — 14 « 7 a — J8 « 5 ^ 

of France. Weekly Kerunie, G ; & c—lii ; 

5 A— 20 / r» «/— 27 i 5 C--3 a 5 «— 10 a a t— 1 7 
a 3 A— 25 a 5 « -31 a 3 e— 7 * 3y— 14 » (I u— 
21 » 6 e— 28 5 4/1 

of Peru, II j» 7 ti 

of Mmlrai, 7 J 13 J 

of Montreal, 10/ 10 a 

of South Alrica, Proposal to Establish at 



the Cape, (>j 10/ 

of Spain, 31 j 4 «— 18 a 7 o— 19 # 7 o 

of Victoria, 22 s 7 



— Bankers Clearing Bouse, Weekly Pletums, 
6 J 10 b—iSj 1 1 fc— 20 ;• <> 6—27 / 10 6—3 a 6 
6—10 a 11 A— 17 a 5 A— 24 a 7 6—31 a 5 6—7 
a 6 A— 14 s 7 6—21 » 7 6—28 « 5 c 
Renuirks on, 25 5 7 a 



Birmingham Banking Company, 4ji* 13 a — 

16j7a 

Dudley and Distiict Banking Company 

20 ; 6 a 

Caledonian Banking Corporation, 16 a 7 a 

Central of London, 14 j 8 a 

Chartered Bank of India, Australia and 

China, 27 « 6 6 
- Cheque Bunk, 29 m 7 a 

City, 14 ; 8 a- 19 j 7 «— 13 « 5 a 
— Dividend Declared, 4 j 13 a 
of Glasgow, 6 ; 10 a 



Colonial, 0; lOa&e 
— Cane New Bank, 8 a 6 / 
of New Zealand, 24^ 10 c 



Coramei'cial of Sydney, 24/10 c — 19 * 7 a 

• Com{)arison of the Bank of England with 

the Prices of Conbuls and French Rentes, 6 j 
10 6— 13i 1 1 6—20 ; 6 6—27 j 10 6—3 a 6 b— 
10 a U a— 17 o 5 6—24 a 7 6— 31^0 6 a— 7 « 5 
^» -14 » 7 a— 21 « 7 6— 28*6 6 

Consolidated, 6 j 10 a 

Coutt's Bank. 25 » 7 6 

English, Scottish and Australian. 23 / 7 a — 

Exchange and Discount Bank, 11 j 10/ 

lialifax Joint Stock, \9j 7 a 

Hampshire and North VViltj, 10 j 10 a— 23 

Hong Kong and Slianghai, 18 a 7 a 

Imperial, 7j 13 d—Hj 8 a— 19y 7 e 

of Germany, 4 ; 13 a— 1 1 j 10 o— 18 i 6 6 



—27^ !• A— 4 a 7 6—1 1 a 6 a— 20 a 7 6—28 a 
6 a— 5 8 7c— 12 s 7 <i— 13 s 3 J— 2G« 5 a 
of Russia, 26 8 o a 



— Irish and Scotch Banks, Circulatipn Up- 
turns, 25 ; 6 a— 26 a7 6-21*76 

— Lancashire and Yorkshire, 7J\'3d 

— Liverpool Commercial, oj }0 a 

— London Joint .Stock, G j 10 a— ^0 ; G ^ & f 

—8 a 6 a 
__ nf Orpflrnn. 2^ i 7 n 



Banking ((ovtiucef). 

London I'nd C.'oanty. 27 7 10 « — 3 a G 6 & c 

and Nu»*:h Wi'&iftn. )3> II 6 

H'.ul rioviiic:il. 23 i 7 ti 

and t^jiii l'"» .M'tlxco. i> » 7 c 

a»»a SiiUih VVetftei n, 9 •• 7 d 

antl Wcsiniinsler, oj 7 a — 19 J 7 « & e — 

20> 6 a 
and Yorkbhlie, 13/11 6 



Manchester anu Couniy, ]2J 7 a 
Mercantile Bank of Sydney, 13 ^ 5 a 
Mei-chaots* Bank of (janaua, 4 / 13 a 
— Banking Coinpany ol Loodon, 9 a 7 c 



MetropoUtan, IGj 7 a -25J G / 

'• Midland, 13y 1 1 6 

Nationiil, 20> 6 a 

of Gi ee.:e, 1 7 j 6/ 

^— — of India, 19 « 7 a 

of New Zeahind, 27^ 10 a 



New London and BrorJ'ian, 29 * 7 a 
Noi(h E}!t<iei-n Banking Company, 31j 4 a 
and SoUih Wa)e», 5 / 7 a 



Nortuevn Couni-es, 3 a 6 </ 

Privaie and Joiot Stock Banks^ Monthly 

lletums, 25 / 6 a— 25 a 7 6—21 #76 

Punjaub, 2iy 12 c 

Sta&ovdshiie Joint Stock, 16 / 7 a 

Stot)dard Bank of British South Africa, 5 f 

7e— 19^7 6— 8*10/ 

State of Shaies in Companies, ta every dajf's 

paper 

— Stourbridge and Kidderminster, 28/ 10 a 
Swansea, 20 j' 6 a 

Trades, Mr. Cox Disclaims Connexion with, 

26«5a 

Union of Austialia, 6/10 o— 19/ 7 6 

of London, 5/ 7 a — 12 / 7 « & d 

of Monchester, 1677s 

West of England and South Wale* District, 

10 / 10 a 
Wilts and Dorset Banking Company, 6/ 

10 a 

Wolverhampton and Staffordshire, 2 a 6 6 

Banking and Commercial Permanent Beneflt 

Building Society, 2 a 6 s 
Banks (Rev. K Clipper) on Christ's Hospital, 

16 /G« 
BANK&UPTGIES :— 

Adamson, W., 4/ 10 rf 

Adye, W. L., 4 a 8 d 

Affeck, Henry, 25/ 8 c 

Aird. Walter, lSj7 f 

Aitken, W. N., 14 ; 10 6 

Allen. Geo., 29 * 8 r 

Anderson, Henry C, 26 » 6/ 

Ann, Robert Henry, 29 » 8 c 

Amall, Thos. T., and Thos., 25/ 8 c 

Austen, A. H., 7 / 10 6 

Austin, Henry Selwood, 11a 7/ 

— ^ Avard, James, 15 o 6 e 

Ayers, Joseph, 21/ 10 c 

Bain, J., 22 « 8 c 

W., 4/lOrf 



1 - 



Baker, A., 18 a 7/ 

— Rosetta A., 26 a 8 e 

Baldwin, Charles Frederick, 8 a 8 (/ 

T^nll Hon .l«mn« 1 « K /* 



Bm 



PAL1IER*8 tXDKX TO ** THE TIXBS " NEWSPAPER. 



[JMf 1 to 



Bankruptcies (rontimtsd), 

— Bull, N., n«7y 

W.. 21; 10 c 

. Ballantyne, W,. 7i 10 6 

Bnnks, George, 4 ; 10 </ 

.— Barbour, J., 29 » H c 

Bamett, Rowland G. I.. 8 « 8 rf 

. Barraclough, Ueo., 22 a 7/ 

. Batcheler, »., 1 « 10 / 

. Beale, Thoa., 8 * 8 r 

Beaumont, G., 15 a 6 e 

. — BeckAtt, Geo^ 18 a 7./ 

Behrenf, Louis, 12 « 8 e 

Bentham, Henry Apthorpe, IB J If 

Bilbfough, Wm^ 12 » 8 c 

BilHngham, J., 22 5 8 c 

.i Birbwk, G. M. B. and B^ 28 j 8 c 

Bishop, Geo. A., 22 a If 

BlacUey, W. G., 18 a 7 / 

• Boon, John Bolds, 18 a If 

— — Borthwick, Alexander, 22* a 7/ 

Booth, Arthur Jeremiah, 21 j 10 c 

Botten, Isabella, 18 a If 

— •- Boulton. Thos.. 22 a 7 /" 

Boyd, D., 1 a 6 /• 

Boyle, Hamilton R., 19 « 8 e 

— ^ Bridgens, Charles, 19 « 8 e 
» Brown, R., 4 a 8 </ 

« and Hamilton, 19 « 8 e 

•^-^ Buchanan, W. A., 12 * 8 r 

Callow and Smith, 14 i 10 6—18 jl f 

Carragher, J., 1 # 10/ 

Carter, Wm., 29 a 6 / 

--. — Cash and Davis, 18 a 7/ 

Chapman, John, 16 a 6 e 

1 Chisholm, R. and J., 8 a 8 e 

Christie. A.. 18 i If 

- — Chrystal, T.. 29 a 5/ 
-^— Church and Maples, 15 a 6 e 
«— Clapham, Thos., 25 t* 8 e 

Clark, J., 2^s5f 

CUu-ke, Fred., 29 « 8 c 

Cohen, Benjamin, 18/7/ 

Cole, Henry, 25 a 8 e 

Collier, Wm., 25 a 8 e 

Cook, W. and James, 12 * 8 c 

Corlass, F. S.. 15 a 6 « 

Couper, J., 22 a7 f 

Cowan, W., 18 a if 

Cowgill, Henry, 22 * 8 c 

Cowper, J., i 1 J 7 /* 

Cradock, J., 28 j 8 c 

Craig, D., 19 * 8 e 

Cranston. S., 25 a 8 s 

Craven, Hartley, 19 « 8 s 

Crawford, Joseph, 6 » 8 6 

Cruikshank, J. H. I., 22 # 8 c 

Cutchee, J., 4 a 8 c/ 

Cutbertson, J. M., 1 a 6 /" 

Daniel, Mary Ann, 19 » 8 « 

Davies. Alfred, Wilt 

Thos., 29 a 5 /* 

Wm., 14 ;• 10 h 



— Davison, Wm., 14 ; 10 b 

— Dawson, G., 15 * 8 6 

- Day, J., 15 « 8 rf— 22 48c 

iwrAR.fijL '^ 



Bankruptcies {continued), 

Delany, Patrick Joseph, 22 a If 

Dewhurst, J. A., 7 ; 10 6 

Dixon, Geo., 21 ; 10 c 

Donaldson, J., 22 5 8 a 

Djble. Paige, 25 a 8 « 

Douglas, 15 a 6 

John, 12 « 8 rf 

Drakeford, H., 19 » 8 « 

Drummond, J., 1 » 16/ 

Dugdale, John, 29 « 5/ 

Duncan, J., I a 5 /— 8 a 8 € 

Dunrose, Samuel, 1 a 6/ 

Eden, L., 1 « 10/ 

Edmonds, Jubal* Henry, 1 a 5/ 

Elliott, John, 22 « 8 c 

W.. 1 a 5/ 

ElUs, G. D., 7 ; 10 b 

Emdin Wm. Henry, 4 ; 10 rf 

Entwistle, Joseph, 8 a 8 rf 

Evans, John, 26 s 5 /* 

Wm., 26 « 5 / 

Fabrice, J., 18 a If 

Farley, Henry H., 29 * 8 c 

Farrant F. C. B„ 11^7/ 

Fawn, W., 28 i 8 c 

Fishbum, Richard, 5 s 8 6 

Fisher, Wm., 6 » 8 6 

Fleming, W., 22 al f 

Foote, R. W., 19 f 8 s 

Fortune, J., 14 ; 10 h 

Eraser, A., 4 a 8 </ 

Friend, Ernest, li)7f 

FulUn, John Murphy, 21 i 10 c 

Furnace, John, 11 a 7 J 

Galverley, John, 29 « 8 c 

Gardner, Jas. Peter, 4 ; 10 rf 

Gay. Robert, 12 » 8 c 

George, Robert, I ao f 

Gibson. Wm., 22 a 7/ 

Giles, John, 19 * 8 « 

— Gilgar, John, 5 » 8 6 

Gillau, J. H.. 11 o 7/ 

Glover, Christopher, 19 » 8 « 

G., 1 a 5/ 

W.. 7; 10 b 



Graham, R., 1 a 5/ 

Grant, W. R., 25 i 8 « 

Gregory, John, 19 « 8 « 

— — -Thos., 18a 7/ 

— GrifBths, James, 19 s 8 « 

Haigh. Henry. 11 a 7 /— 19 « 8 « 

Halstead. James, 25 a 8 e 

Haraham, H. J., 15 a 6 < 

Hardham, Henry John, 12 s 8 « 

Hardyman, H., 15*86 

Hams, M., 15 « 8 6 

R., 26*5/ 

W., 4 a 8 rf 

W. H., 1 s 10/ 



Harrisou, Ephraim, 18 a 7/ 

Hastie, J. H., AJlOd 

Hastings, Charles Geo. Prosser, 8 « 8 

R., 22a7/ 

T. and J., 29 « 8 c 



Hay, D., 15 o 6 e 



in A 



Sept. 38, 1877.] palmuu's inukx to " tue times ** KK\rsPAi'KR. 



£an 



Bankruptcies {continued). 

Henrv. G.. 26 j 8 c 

Michael Win., 18 a If 

Hif^gie, O., 2o a 8 e 

Hill. Abraham. 15 * 8 // 

— ^ Hilton. Edward, 25 i 8 c 

HUvi«h. F., 11 o 7/ 

Hogan, T., lljT/ 

HoKart. J., 11 a 7 /* 

Holdemess, Henry L., 8 a 8 « 

Holden, Ja«. Cawood, 11 j 7/ 

Holmes. C, 15 a 6 e 

— Horton and Djuckit, 15 « 8 (/ 

Hosie, J., 7 ; 10 4 

Howard. Geo., 1 a 6/ 

Howell and 8trachan, 11 a 7 / 

Hughes, IX, 1 1 10/ 

John, 8 a 8 « 



T. J.. 8 » 8 c 



Hunter, R. B., 8 « 8 c 

— J., 8 « 8 c 

— T., 21il0c 
Button, W., 6 » 8 6 
Hyde, Thomas, 29 « 8 c 
niingworth, Walter, 20 a 6/ 
Imrie, J., 1 rt 5 / 



Irvine, A.. 4 a 8 c/ 

James, Charles Barnard, 29 a 5/ 

David, 25^8 c 

Wm., 8 o 8 e 

Jelen, JuUen, 11 a 7 /* 

Jennings, J., 16 « 8 6 

Johnson, F., 18 a 7 /— 26 * 6/ 

— Kappele, 1*86 

Kemp, A. B., 1 « 10/ 

John, 8 *8 c 

Kerr. N., 18 a 7/ 

Kettle. Thos. Joselin, 4^ 10 c/ 

King, J., 1*10/ 

Kingsbury, Robert, 22 a 7 / 

Kirk, W., 18 J 7/- 

Knight, Alfred l^Ukington, 18^ 7/ 

Knuck, Henry, 5*86 

Koch, C, 1 o 6/ 

Landon, Charles Richard, 25 a 8 e 

Langford, Edwin, 4 a 8 c/ 

Lapraik. H., 25 a 8 e 

Laughland, D., 29 » 8 e 

Laurie, T., 11 > 7/ 

— ^ Law, James, 15 » 8 & 

Lawrence, J., 29 a 5/ 

Lichfield, Wm., 29 » 8 c 

Lister, Alfred, 21 j 10 c 

Litster, Z,^\\al f 

Livingstone and Deas, 16 » 8 6 

Lloyd, Cornelius, 8 * 8 c 

Lockerbie, D., 29 o 5/ 

Love, J., 4i 10 rf 

M.. 25 o 8 e 

— Lowe, Wm. Henry, 7^106 

Lowson, A., 22 a 7/ 

—— Luke, J., 12 « 8 c 

Lundle, D., 28y 8 r 

• Macrae, D., 26 « 6 /* 

Macteraon, F., 11 a 7/ 

Maitland, C, 28 > 8 <• 



BaokruptciM (t'onthmed), 

Mufk ami Borland. !'» » 8 6 

Markland. W.. 7./ 10 6 

MHrshnlli J., 25 a 8 « 

T., 8 a 8 r 

MasterKon, Joseph. 11 u 7/ 

Martin. 1)., U ; 7/ 

M'Dimald. F., SaSe 

J.. 25 it S e 

M*(ieachy, J., 26 * 6 /* 

M*Intyre. D., 1 s 10/ 

M'Kcmsie, J., 19 « 8 e 



1\ 2\)stie 
T. J., 7 ; 10 5 



M*Kew. D., 22 * 8 c 

M*Kinto8h, J., 1 1 i 7 /" 

M*Laren, J. S., 29 a 6/ 

M*Lean, A., 29 a 5/ 

M*Nair. T., 12 » 8 c 

M4{oberts, J.. 5 » 8 6 

Meanock, Mary, 25 a 8 « 

- — Meek. J., 4 a 8 d 

MelviUe, J. and A., 22 a 7 /" 

Mentrop and Simon, 25 a 8 « 

Middleton, R., 8 o H e 

Mitchell, A., 15 d 6 s 

P., I2«8c 

Modridge, Edmund G., 8 a 8 </ 

Money, F. J., 28 ; 8 c 

Moody, Rowntree, 18 ; 7 / 

Morgan, Tkos., 8 a 8 « 

— Morrison, A. N., 6 « 8 6 

Motteram, G. H., 11 j 7/— 22 a If 

Moys, Stephen, Hi 7/ 

Muir. S., 15 a 6 e 

Munro, D. S., 4 a 8 </ 

J., 11 a 7/ 



vr«. 



T — 



1.^ 



11,1 



Murray, John C, 19 « 8 e 

- M., 28y 8 c 

— T., 16 d 6 € 
Mutch, P., 22 f 8 c 
Naughton, A., 12 « 8 c 
Neil, PhiUp, 4 ; 10 </ 
Neilson, R., 147 10 6 
Newton, J., 18 j 7/ 
Nisbet, W., 25 i 8 c 

J., 21 J 10 c 



Noble, J., 25 I* 8 c 

Normington, W. E., \%jlf 

Oyston, Eliasabetli^ 25 a 6 e 

Parsell. B., 8 « 8 c 

Paterson, J., 21 ; 10 c 

Pearson, G., 14 j 10 6 

Peat, A., 26 « 6 /• 

Peters, S., 1*10/ 

Pettit, R., 16»8 6 

Pratt, CD., 19*8 e 

Price, Benjamin Thos., 22 a 7 /* 

Prince, J., 28> 8 c 

Pritchard, Geo., 26i8c 

Probert, John Jones, 7 >* 10 h 

Protheroe, Charles Arthur, 7^* 10 6 

Pryce.R„4jlO(/ 

QBemby, Wm., 11 ; 7 /* 

Quinton. W. R., 29 « 8 c 

Randall, G., 7 ; 10 6—8 a 8 d 



li. 



B^n 



»» 



r AI.lIKit « IN1»K\ TO •• niK TiaiKH NKWSrAI'Ktt. 



Uan tr rptcies [rotJi:,4t*"h. 

i{s.<,'.cs. I'.diruiKt ihirke. W u ~ f 

Hik'v. Klij.ili. 11/7/ 

UtiiicTtii. Aii:h'»ny, t\ / lU c 

Heur>-, 1 u b f 

1\ K., 4 'J 8 d 

Wm. Anwyl, 29 n hf 

Hol)ert8on, K.^ $ «/ 8 « 

JiobiiiMHi, Tlioy., II / If 

litxlgers, A. W ., 7 ;' 10 ^ 

liosc, J., 18 o 7y 

Rudforth, L. J., 22 « 8 c 

— Kugcnori, J nines Joeeph. 12 « 8 c 

Ku8i»cll, John Edmund, 18 j 7 /* 

T., 14> 10 b 



Saffery. E., 15 j» 8 6 
Sandcrnian, Julian Fred., 25 j 8 c— 1 aof 
Scott, James Douglas, 25 ; 8 c 
Wm., 22 u If 



Sedgwick, Leonard, 25y 8 c 

Sharp, J,, 29 a 5 /' 

Shiels, J., 28.; 8 r 

Short and Stewart, 29 a of 

Skinner, W. P., 1 a 6/ 

Smith, G., 8 a 8 e 

and Benning, 16 « 8 6 

Smyth, Wm., 18 a 7 / 

Sorgeta, C, 16 a 6 e 

South, K. W.. 1 a 6/ 

Spcakman, Thos., 7j 10 6 

Spiers, A., 21 ; 10 c 

R., 11 a7f 

Spicer, Lot, Uj7f 

Spinks, John Manley, 1 a 5y 



Stevenson, J., I a b f 

Stewart, J., 22 a 7/ 

R., 4 a 8 d 

Stirrat, A., 8 a 8 e 

Storrie, J., Iij7f 

Stovold, Henry, 26 « 5 /* 

Stratton, Henry, 29 » 8 c 

Sutherland, J. F., 12 « 8 c 

Tait. J., 15 a 6 « 

Taylor, Robt. Nathaniel, 207 8 c 

— - Thomas, John Stroud, 25 j 8 c 

Thomson, J., \\j7f 

Thorn, W., 4 a 8 (i 

Tod, J., 12 « 8 c 

Todd, A., 22a7f 

Townsend, Alfred Joseph, 29 * 8 c 

Tozer, C. H., 7j 10 6 

Trussler, Fred., 14/10 6 

Turnbull, F. and A., 7> 10 U 

Varley, R., 15 « 6 « 

Venning. G., 28 / 8 c 

Vowles, Wm., 21 ; 10 c 

Wakefield, Thos., 21 / 10 c 

Walker, F. J., 2«> 8 c 

J., 21 j 10 c 



rank.r])tcie8 (nmftnuet/J, 

W I Hi;, ins, Mary, 1 1 <i 7 /* 

Wui., 25 « 8 e 

\V;|iii;in. Ja<!t)b, 22 » 8 c 

\VilM>ii. J., 22 n 7 I 

Wit hell W., 2H/8C 

Wolff. Hermann. -5 « H « 

Wood, Geo. Win.. Jt; if ,. /' 

I{«>bort. 20 a 5 /' 




— Wallace, Mary Ann, 25 i 8 a 
Ward, G., 28 ; 8 c 

— Waugh, G., 25 7 8 a 

Welch, Henry J., 29 a 8 c 

— Wells, Thos. Levi, 18 « 7 / 

— West, Samuel, 8 a 8 d 
- Whiteley, John, 11/7/ 



WoiMicuck. \V., 12 a 8 c 

Wieford. W., 15 # 8 A 

Wylie. A. F., 22 a 7 / 

Wyllio, G., 7yi06 

Ye'end, Jas., 4 / 10 rf 

Yorke. R., 28 ; 8 c 

BAKKEUPTGIES ANNULLED:— 

Aschkinass, Wolf, 1 « 10/ 

Baylis.s, Wm. Thos., 19 « 8 e 

Beumes, P. T., 15 a 6 « 

Beckett, Geo., 29 # 8 c 

Brewer, Richard. 1 1 a 7 / 

Brown. Robert, 22 « 8 c 

Coldham, James. 1 <%hf 

Corla^s, Frederic Sydney, 29 .t 8 c 

Davison, Wm., 1 « 10 /" 

Dowell, Thos., Hj 10 6 

EUis, Henry E nly, 22 a 7 e 

Franks, H., 18 a 7 /* 

Haigh, Henry, 8 * 8 c 

Hughes, John Morgan, 1*10/ 

Hutt, John Blunsum. 25 780 

Kellaway, Oscar, I aof 

Langley, H., 28i8c 

Lawson, Wra., 25 a 8 « 

J^ti, W. W., 18 a 7/ 

Marks, H., 28> 8 c 

S., 28 / 8 c 

Markwick, M., 18/7/ 

Marland, John, \ia7 f 

Mossop, T. R, W., 28 i 8 c 

Newton, Eliza, 29 a 6/ 

Phillips, Joseph John, 25 / 8 c 

Phipps, P.L., 18i7/ 

Poolev, Thos. Alex., 14 j 10 6 

Riddeil, C. E., 25 i 8 c 

Robson, Albert, 25^ 8 c 

Sandeman, Julian Fred., 2G s 5/* 

Sandys, F. 15 a 6 ^ 

Scantlebury, John, 22 a 7 e 

Solomons, Abraham, ^J • 8 c 

Spicer, Lot, 25 a 8 e 

Stevens, Pierre, 1 a 6/ 

Turner. Rev. C, 18 a 7 / 

Walton, Geo. Edwin, jun., 26 s 5 / 

S.. 18^ 7/ 



Williams, Day Beard, 5 s 8 6 
Morgan, 28 / 8 c 



mi. 



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BANKBTJPTOY COURT r— 

PubKc Examinations, 4 / JO rf— 7i ff> A— U 

J Ty— 14 ; 10 6— 18 J 7 /— 21 j 10 c -267 8 <-— 

28 / 8 r— 1 a 6 /*— 4 a 8 rf— 8 a 8 e— 11 « 7 /— 
15 a 6 e— 18 a 7 /- 22 a 7 /*— 25 a 8 e— 29 a 5 

/—I s 10 /*— 5 s 8 6—8 8 8 c— 12 s 8 r— 16 *S 

6-^22 « 8c— 26 s 5/— 29 » 8 c 

Trustees and their Duties, 17 j 11/ 

— Baldwin. (\ F.. 9./I1 /' 
Ttu«>it.. ♦ 1? ri I »>i /. 10 ^ 



Sept. 30, lf>77.J palmck's inmex to " tub luiics *' kewspapkiiv 



B.Tf 



Bankruptcy Conrt Oontinneil), 

Hjiimi. ,lolin, 12 n I //— 14 s \2 a 

ni>hop. CHpt., 8*11^/ 

liliinc. J'ir Se^iiiuur, 21 7 13/ 

lUiiihon, Thomas, « a- 11 (i 

' Chadwkk. liros. & Co., \\j 13 c 

■ Cutler, Frank. \2 s \\ c 

Davie, Youn;? & Co., 16 a 12 a 

I'Meliling:, A., 9i 11 /— 6 « 12 « 

Forster & Co., 2U a 10 A 

Hartmont. E. H., 6 ; lie 

Hicks. Major-Gen. Henry Erskine, 24^ 11 « 

' Holyinan and Hewctt, i) « 1 16 

James. C. B., 19 jU d—ib 8 U d 

J(»8eph. Alfred, G> 1 1 «— 9> 11 /*— 17 o 10 a 

Kendrick, Isaac, 16 a 12 a 

Kent, W. H., 5 « 12 a 

Keymer and Goodrich, 14 j 13 €—29 a 

Kitchen, Thos., 20,; 11 «— 14 a\Qd 

— — Lane, Henry Murray, 23y \l d 
— — Lay land, Fmncis Henry, 19 ; 11 (i 

Mahler, H. R. and O., 24 s 9 a 

' Maidstone, Viscount, 30/ 10/ 

Margetson and Bell, 17 » 10 a 

Meyers and Davis, 13 a U a— -20 s 10 a 

Milburn, C. & H.. 6 « 10 a 

- — rt Morgan, ex parte Parsons. 7 a 9 <i 
• Taddison, C. J.. 4 a 11 c 

re Parrot t, 11 i 11 c 

Pilditch, W. S., 19 5 12 a 

)»o8tlethwaite, C. E., 12 s 11 c 

' Uayner, VVm.. 24 y 11 e 

— — Keynvaan, Jacobus M., 27 ; 11 r 

Ripj,'. John, 12y 11 d 

* ^ilU. Wm., 9« 11 h 

— — binller and Vto s, 14 5 12 a 

Stacy, Bros., 22 « 11/ 

' Tustin, Koope and D'Avigdor, 19 « 12 a 

Varlty, K.. 1 *• 12 rf 

Viliiers, K. E., 2 ;; 11 c-4J 18 c 

^VHre, Fml., 2+i'9c 

^Vest. W. J.. 2 ; 1« e 

- Wilkins & Vernon, 22 « 12 a 
Bankruptcy Act, Notes on the Working of, 2/6 

fi— 3 ; G .»— 4 / 13 a— 16 / 7 rt— 6 u o a 
BaranolF (Capr.) Merchantmen and Ironclads, 31 

7 8 c— 8 a 4/ 
15arl»er (J. 11.) <m the Railway Guild of the Holy 

I'ross, 25 » 4 /■ 
Pinrjonibe Harvest Home, 13*3/ 
Barking:, Petroleum Used Instead of Gas in the 

Streets of. 3 u h f 
Baniardo (Dr.) Case of, and the East London 

Homes for Poor Children, 19/ 5 e 
Barnes (R. H.) Climate of the Lower Danube, 

\ il f 
Barnett (Rev. S. A,) on Medical Clubs, 14 s 4 c 
Bamsley, New Park for, 10 « 3 rf 
Barnum (the American) <in Temperance, 17j 8c 
Barry (Cnarles) Cleopatra's Needle. 7 » 6 A 
Bartlett (T. U.) on the Collision of the ^wu/ant^ 

and the Forest, 15 s 6 € 
Baih. Older of. Now Appointments, 21 ; 11 y— 

24./ 6 r—ZOj 10 <*— y ri 8 c 
Notice of Sir Joliu Stokes, 2 a 5 /* 



BaJhiiig, Royal Humane SoCicty^s Caution about) 

2 a \2 c 
Buton in the Knapsack. 13 s 7 / 
Bave. stock (Edwin H.) on the War Victims, ll 

a U) d 
Beaconsfield (Earl of) Health of. 2 / /' 

on the Indian Famine Funds, 29 s 1 1 <f 

Movements of, 20 a 9 h 

New Portrait of, for the Queen, by Professof 

H. Von AnRcli, 14/ 14 n 

Ri?ported Resignation of. in France, 13 a 5ri 

Royal Party to Dine with, 23 ; 8 a 

ViMts the Royal Aquarium. 28 ; 12 c 

Beckett (Sir Edni.) Labour and Wealth, 13 « 6 d 

- 28 « 9 /' 
Bee Culture* 31 o 4 * 
Beef, Import Returns, 13 n 11 a 
Beer and Ale, Export Returns. l4 i 8 /* 
London Stout and the Dead Nigger in thd 

Vat, 19/5 e 
Behrend (S. H.) on Seaside Manners, 30 ci 8 6 
Belfivst, O'Connell Birthday Procession in, 7 u d 

Belgian "Salon," 19* 8 c 

Union de Odit, 7 a '^ d 

Bell (G. C.) on Christ's Hospital, 13 ; 8 d 
Bellamy ^Edw.J on Street Gases, 19 « 12 A 
Bellini (the Italian Composer; Proposed Status 

to. at Naples, 6/ 5 d 
Benefit of ('lergy. Reversed^ 16 a7 e 
Bennett (Sir John) on Arti.san Culture. 31 « / 
Candiilaie for the Ward of Cheap, net 

Aldbrmaniu GdwK 

Protection for WAtehmakers, 12 s 11 h 



.1 1:.. 



1 •> 



(W, H.) on the Watchmakers' GrievancCj 

15 « \0J 
Berkeley (Capt. E. S. F.) and the Trial of the 

Detectives, 2i a \l f 
(Caat. Lennox Kawdon) and the Trial of 

the Detectives, 28 a 10 6 
Besant (^Mrs.) and Dr^ Kenealy, 19 / 6 e 
Betting Agencies — William Kurr. 13 o H c 
Bevan (G. Phillips) on the Trades* Unioii 

Congress. 25 x 4 (i 
— (Thos J Difficulties of Historians. 27.1 6/ 
Bewick, Price Sale List of a Collection of the 

Cuts and Books of. 3 / 4 c 

of Mr. Hug«)'s Collection, 14 a 0/ 

Bexley Ue.dili. Consecration of the NeW Chufcll 

at, 27 « 12/1 
Bey (.Manthrop) Merchantmen and Ironclad, 3 

s 10 r 
Bible* In English, Henry Stevens on. 2 a A e 
New Tnintklation. Meeting of the Old 

Testament Revisore. 16 t 4 f 
Bickcrsteth (Dean) War Victims, 4/ 12 e 
Bicycling, see SeoRTS 
••Big Ben '* under Repai.-s, 15 a 6 y— 27 a 8 6-* 

7*3/' 
Big (Win.) on the ** Peg Wofflngton** Ilat Case, 

18 s 7 J 
Biggar (— ) on Obstructives in Parliament^ 1 el 

116 
Biili'ig?gate Market Lift. 247 4 d 

Opeidng of the New Market. 21 / 1^ i 

Binlwood (Dr. Geo.) ou lioly Ba^il, the Indlafl 



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NEWSrAPER. 



JUrilu Prfscrvation Aff. Note on, 13 « 7 e 
Itirkiti'ck HuiMiiig ^ucii'ty, Annual Mi!€iiiig, 23 

BirkeiibcHil. Inmrporafion of. 22 a e 
liiiinin^Iinm Ani'iiiiji* Dwvllinjrs. 5/0 d 
— llnuiielioM Siii)j»ly Aswicmtuin. 2o a 7 h 

LilKTHl AKHdt'iation. Meeting. 18 a 10/* 

'i'own Council. Mci'ting, it f it d 

• nnd itH FiniinrtM. H « \i) f 

BIRTHS: — In conMijiu-nce of the Kopintrar- 
(lenerni having u <H>ni| Icte Alplinbctical List 
from 1K{7. of all Ilirilit» in the British Domi- 
nions, as also of all British Subjects born 
abroad. Mhich can l>e inspected at any time at 
the Office in Somerik't lloufe, it is not deemed 
expedient to insert the Minimum Lists as ad- 
vrrtised in the Tinies. 
Bipchof, (Gnstav) London Water Supply, 80 a 7/ 
Bishop for East Lundo \ 2n u II d 
IMsnmrck (Prince) on Ultramontanism, da Sn 
Bibby (Uev. A.) on the Buriab Que^ition, 12 s 11 e 
Bliicburn, New I )«y Schools at. 26 a 7 e 
Blackie (J. S.) Greek Pronunciations. V> a 4 6 
Blackniore (Wm.) <»n Samoa, 25 a A / 
Block in the Lrvt Courts. 7 a H d 
Itonniing Out at Nantwich. <> / 5 e 
Borlk'ian Library and the •• Priest in Absolution," 

2H a He 
Boiler Exp!o i »nR. Official Returns of, 25 a 1 1 a 
J:td»on C oit<m Spinners. 7 sM e 
lUtnomi v Joseph) on Cleopatra's Needle, 19 5 6 c 

—25 x66 
Bunion (^Geo. C.) on the Earthquake. 23 a 3 c 
liooks:— Custom House Ketunis of the Import 
and Exports of. 8 x 10 c 

lor >ever Patients. 23 ; 4 d 

Bare Side of • Collection^ on the Manor of 

Maiden " at PuttickV, 17 i 10 #—21 ; 5 a 

Beturn of Exported. 12 / 10 /*— 15 n *3 e 

Sale of Uaie in the Library of Sir Edw. 

Nichcdtis at Ptitiicks. 21 a 3 d 

of the Bev. Thomas Hugo's Collection, 7 

a a d 

of Early Editions of Shake?penrp. 4/5 d 

Tiii'f.s (^olunm of New Pooks antl New Edi- 

lionj*. 2 ; 12 r— 3 / 12 d-4 / 14 «?— 5 y 12 t/- G 
> 12 </— 7 / 14 r—\) i \'l I — 10 ;• 12 r— 12 ? 12 c 
— 14; Ur— 17.7 12 d— 18 / 12 r/— 23 J 12 c— 
25 / 12 r— 27i 12 r— i>(> ; 12 r— 1 o \'> r— 2 a 
12 t/_a /, 12 r— 4 n 12 «— 7 H U) r- 1) n 12 </— 
J0</ 12 r— 13 If 12r/— 15 n 12r— 17 a 10 r/— 20 
a 8 r— 22 n 12 d—'2\ a 12 d— 27 ti 12 </— 28 a 6 
c— 23 a 10 «i'— 30 a 12 c—\ * 12 t—h s 12 €—7 
, ly«.— 10« 12 r— I4.V 12«'— 15i( 12r— 18 i 12 
«— 20 t 10 c— 22 s 12 </— 25 s 12 6—27 *• 12 e— 
28 .y 10/ 

Victor lingoes New Works on the '* Coup 

«l'Kiat,*'3 n 10 #1-4 ^ 3 i/ 
\Vc should Like to See— from Punch, 5 

Boots and Shoes, Import Beturn, IGj 7 
Boring fw: Water, 1 .« 4 «/ 
Bosnia— Insurgents in, 24 ; 5 r 

Meeting oif the Befugee Fund, 10 1 e — 17 

j 11 a 
-Turkey luvitct the Befugues to Beturn, 14 



Bognia— Turkish Language to bcObBgatory in aB 

Christian Schools. 24 7' 5 

Kee War Nkw» 

Bourke ( — ) on the Africans in Congo, lO a 10 /" 
Bourne (Stephen) on Our Food Supply, 31 i 4 a 
Bournemouth. Drainage of. 29 a 7 /^— <» « 10 & 
Bowditch (Pn>f.) on American Children, lCa4t 
Bowles (T. G.) at Darlington, 5*66 
on the Stafford House Comnkittee, 11/8^ 

—28 a V> h 
oc the War Victims. 6 « 8 c 



Bowver (Sir Geo.) Defence of The (yDonoghue, 

644c 

on the Irish Peerage Bill, 14i 12 ^ 

Bradford Liberal Club, Formal Opening of, 27 a 

12 a 



Opening of by Lord GranTille, 18 j 9 



29<T9(i 

New Kecorder, 14/12/ 

Viait.of Mr. Bright to,' see Brigbt 

Bradlaugh (— ) at Northampton, bj\9j' 
Braemar Gathering. 31 a 4 6 
Brasher (A.) Little Lesson in Turkish, 8 a 5/ 
Brassey (Thomas) on Trades* Unions, 22 s A d 
Present to Each of the Delegates to the 

Trades Union Congress, 2« s 4 / 
Brave Belgian. »ee Caris 
Board — Sheernesa Board of Health and tlk^ 

Treasury, 18#4 /" 

Lady— Mrs. White and the Bnrglar. 5^ 1 U 

Brazil:— Emperor and Empress, Movements of 

in England, 2J9/—7J 12 •— I2i 5 /— 13i5/ 
on the Continent, 17 j 5 e — 18 ; 5 e — 8 « 

6 c— 16 a 6/— 28 a 3 a— 24 a 6 a & c— 25 uCa 

— 10«6a 

m Edinburgh, 3 ; 5 « 

in France, \4j\if 

in Ireland, 10^5 JT— 9 7 « A-1 1 ^* 12 6 

in Scotland, 4 7 12 d—6j 6/ 

Bet urn Journey, 28 « 4 6 

British Emigrants in. 1 7 a 9 c 

Famine in, 17 « 8 a— 26 s 8 c 

Parliamentary Proceedings in. 2\ J 7 e 



Brewin (Arthur) on the Flushing Koote, 1 1 j4 ^ 

Bribing a Critic. 15 u 6 e 

Brice CDr.) on the Danubian Winters, 6 sod 

Brickfield Children, 19 ; e 

Bridlington Priory, Bestoration of, 29 a € 6 

Briggs (W. E.) Lays the Foundation Stwjcof 

the New Schools at Blackburn, 28 a 7e 
Bright (John) Visit to Bradford, Sale of Tickets 

for Adrai?8ion to St. George's Hall, 16* 10 i— 

25 / 8 /i 

Co-Operators of Leeds and Bradford Vi«it . 

♦* One Ash *' the Estate of, 30 ; 1 1 e 

- Letter to Mr. Potter on the Melbourne 
Dinner. % a 10 c 

at the Formal Opening of the Manchester 

Town Hall, 14«10« 

and M rs. at Buchdale. 27 ; 6 /* 

at the Quarterly Meeting of Friends la 

LiverjMKil, 21 s \0 d 
Speech at Bradford on UnveiBng to tba 

Exchange liooms the Statue of Bichard Coi>- 

den, 26 ♦ 7 a 
before Bochdale Equitable Pioneers So* I 



Sept. 30, 1877.] PALMEifs index to " the times " newspaper. 



0am 



Brighton Aquarium Company, Dividend, 17 ^ 
10 c 

College, Award of Scholarships, 30 i 9 /* 

Bristol Cathedral, New Nave, 2r) $ 1» «— 28 's 5 b 

Orphanages. Facts about, 12 5 6 e* 

and South Wales Waggon Company, 30 y 6 

British Arcliseologieal Association, 27 a 1! 6—20 
a 4y— 3t» a 1 1 t— 31 o i /— 4 s 4 c— 6 * 6 a 

Excavate Mount Caburn, Lewes, 18« 10/* 

Annual Congress at Llangollen, 16; 6 /> 

Association for the Advanci>nientof Science 

Congress at Plymouth, 15 <i (> ? — 24 a \] a 
— — inaugural Address by Professor Thomson, 
iiia 11 a 



— Anthropology, 18ct6<i— 21 nHd—22a II ti 

— Biology, 18 a 6 f/— 22 a W li 

— Concluding Meeting. 2S a 10 h 

— Economic Science and Statistics, 17 a 4 i»— 
18 o 6 A— 21 a 8 rf— 22 a 1 1 a— 28 a 10 6 

the Excursions, 20 a 1 1 a 



/^ 



Geographical Section, 17 a 4 c — 18 a 6 5— 

21 aS d 
Geological Section, 17 a 4 o— 21 a 8 c— 22 a 

11 d 
Mathematical and Physical Science, 1 7 a 4 

a— 18rt 6«&</--22a 11 c 

Mechanical Science. 22 /? 11 <?— 23 r» 10 a 

President Elect and Next Place of Meeting, 

21 a8e 

Reviews of the Session, 24 a 1 1 a 

the Telephone, 20 « 1 1 a 

Thrift, 22 a 1 1 c 



British Columbia, Notice of the Late Governor, 
12 s 6 c 

Preparations for War, 30 iH f 



Horological Institute, 1 7 u e 
Interests, Meetings about, 28 a (i fr 
Note about, 4i 10 a 



— Medical Association, Annual Congress, 4 a 
10 c/--8 a 1 1 a— 10 it 5 /— 13 a 7 d~r6 a 9 e 

— Museum, and the Lycian Marl ies. 24 « 4 « 
Mr. Leland Prcseu^is an OriginHl Copy of 



Mr. Lincoln's Declaration of 18G3 Emancipat- 
ing the Slaves, 20 ? o « 

— ^ — Mr. Mechie Presents his Visitors Book io, 
IsWd 

Itobberies in, 6 a 8 e— 14 « 10/ 



Brondhurst (Henry) on Thrift, 4 « 8 </— 14 .v 4 « 
Bromley and Bickley, Consecration of a New 

Cemetery for, 20 « 6 6 
Bromwell (T. J.) on the Water Supply. 23 a 3 « 
Brown (Gibson) on the Destitute Officer, 7 ; 12/ 
Bruce (Ernest) on Cleopatra's Needle. 27 s G/ 
Brunei (Isambard) Statue of on the Thames Em- 
bankment. 5; 7 6 
Brunswick (DiiJce of) Mausoleum at Geneva, 24 

Buchan (Alex.) Meteorology and the Faiuine, 8 1 

116 
Buckingham Conservative Association Dinner, 8 

a 10/ 
Buckland (Frank) on the Birds* Preservation 

Act, 13 a 7 e 
Buenos Ay res, Disastrous Flood at. 4*3/ 
^uildiug Societies and Sole of a Child's Appro- 

DrliLtiun. 11 J 8 /' 



Bulgaria and the Bulgarians, Sketch of, 7 rt 8 6 
Notes on the Reported Atrocities in, 21 j 5/ 

—23 a 8/ 

lieform in the Administration of, 15 a 5 a 

and Russia, 7j 7 a 

Russian I^aw Proclaimed in. 1 o 5 c 

Russian Taxation Enacred, \ a o c 

the •• Terror "in, 19 « 6 e— 21 s « c— 22 s 8 

o— 24 8 3 6—24 8 8 y— 25 m 11 /'— 20 s 6 /— 2J 

« 5 6 

Turkish General in, 3 a 3/ 

see War News 



Bull ntev. (^haries) English Church Services 

Abroad. 21 « 9 /' 
Bunhill Fields Burial Ground. 15 a 0/ 
Bunning(Mr8.) Gift of Diivid Riiberts's Pictures 

to the (^iriMjration. 3 / 9 /' 
Bunsen (Pnifessor) Comniemoratitm of the 25ih 

Anniversary of his Elcciiou as Professor at 

Heidellterg H a7 d 
Biu*glariv8 i.i Surrey, 5 ; 8 r 
Burj-lary at Bromley, Mr. Charles Read's Man- 
sion. 23 a 4 d 
at Enfivid, Attempted Murder of a Police 

Officer, \2ttGc 
Burial Grounds, Official Return of the Numl>er 

of, G/ll c 

at Sedgley, Closing of. 7*46 

Question. Notes abtmt, 2/4 /—a ; 6 /— 10 

j 4 «— 28 a 5/— 4 # 8y-7 t 10 a—b $ 7 c-12 ^ 

11 e 

Convocation on, j 6 a 

a Dilemma. 4^9 d 



Buriington Fine Arts Club. 2 ; 10 c/ 
BnrKleui. an Illicit Ntill Worked in. 7 <i 5 f 
Butler (A. J.) on the Christ's Hospital Case, 14 

; .2 6 
But; (— ) and the Home Rider-, 6 rr 4 <• 

and the Obstructive". 3 u b c — 7 * 9 n 

the Iri.'^h Prips on. ,s « d—M) s 1 1 / 

Butter, 5,270 Piu kages of, in a Refrigerator Ex- 

p<*rte<l from New \\uk. 2 ; 5 / 
Buxton (D.) on the Deal and Dumb, 27./ 4 e 

C. 

Cabinet Council Meetings, 2/9 /"— 5 / 9 /*— 9 / 9 a 
-^12/9/— 1G.7 9 /•— 18; 9 «-23y 9 /•-27 / 9 f 
—30 7 9/— I o- 9 /— 3 a 5 /— 9 o 9 /— 11 a 9/ 
— 14 tf 7y^lo«'9 / 

Cabmen of Loitdon. Report of the Society, 29 a 
G/ 

Caburn, Mount. Excavations of, 18 j^ lOy 

Caird (James) on the Wheat Crop, 1 s 7 

Calcrafts Report on K«il«ay Accidents. 25 a C, d 

Cambrian Archando^ical Society, Annual Ses- 
sion, \0 n II // 

OAMBBIPQE U.NlV£E8ITY : 

A))pointnieni8. 25 « 9 e 

— . — College Uuildii>g:». 5 j? 12 c — 14 s 4/ 

Congregaiit n^. 1 7 ^ 7 /' 

Examinations. 17 n 7 f 

Fitzwill>ain Museimi. II « 9 / 

-^—^ Historical Tripos, Subjects for Examina- 
tion, 11 « 9/' 

-'-^^ Local Examinations, 28 s 4 a 

Caraorra in Naples, 29 a 7 /*— 4 s G 6—12 s 4 e 

Ciimnairna ILuhwnvman. 4 i 5 <• 



Cam 



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[July I li 



Campbell (Hev, A. J.) on Chinamen in Austra- 
lia, 10 4 4 e 

CANADA :— 

•: Anglican Synod Meetinpr, 10 s S € 

'. Ma>"orof Montreal Refuses OflBcial Protec- 
tion to the Proposed Orange Demonstration 
in, 6j 5 <— 11 ; 5 /* 

•= the Orangemen's Demonstration, VSj 5 h 

Meeting of Orangemen to Denounce the 



Riots, 1676/ 

Rioting in Montreal, Uj 7/— lG;5/--24 

a 11 c 

Mr. Hackett, the Orangeman Kilh'd to be 



Buried witU Full Honours, IG ; 5 /— 17 j 5/ 
Two Orangemon Shot when Following 



the Funerai Procession of Mr. Uackett, 16 j 6/ 
23 m a 

John Sheelan Tried for the Murder of 



Mr. Huckett, (i a 4 « 
the lri>h Catholic 



Union Disown any 
Union with th^ Rioters, Uij 5 / — 17 ; 5/ 

Canadian Fisheries C'tmimission, 6/4 — 5 ; 6 u 
— 18/5d— lOo 3 c— 17 a 7 f—Ws^J 

■r Cattle, ] 1 a G a 

■r and Sheep, 1 a U c--27 « 4 / 

-. Indians, 24 a 8 a 

T Meat, 12 «4c 



Canal Boat A^t, 15 « 11 A 

Canals, St^te of Shares, see erpy dry" a paper 

-z Cavour or Itnlian Irngaiion. 2+ / 10 c 

Darien, Sclu'ines for, 22 .< 4 d 

r: Suez, Corrvsi-onilenee alx»ur. 13 7 5/ 

r increase of the K umber of Watching 

StCiimers, 24/ G a 

•s Oificial Noiice about, 25 a B e 

parliamentary Return on the Purchase 



of, 2 « 9/ 

Candahar, RuFsian Conspiracy in, 15 a 6 a 
Cannoi'k and V imblebury CoUiery Cojupany, & 

a G c— 31 a5 f 
Can(»c Voyage from An^erica to England— Safe 

Arrival of Capt. and Mrs. Craps, 2'6j^c. 
•= tbt^ Boat on Vi^w «t the Alexan«lra paLice, 

30jG6i 
Canossa Monument. Unveiling of. 29 a 8 d 
C^inlerbury Cathedral. Resiopation. 7 j G c 
•: (Abp. of) on the Holy Crosd Syci^^ty, 7 

j9e 



at the Meath Protestant Orphan Socictv, 
4 » 4 /• 

Movements of . 1 ^ 9 /— 2 a 9/— 14 a 7 / 



—X7a'6e-if<a\)f SI « 7y— 6 « 9y— 11 « 8 
/— 15«9/— 20^8 r/ 

and Mr.Tooih, on Rituahstic Observances, 



Ii tte? Advi^ng Spc-cial I'rayor and Alms- 



giving for tb^ War and Famine, 20 .9 5 e 
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE :- 
■= — Account of the Hoisting of the Briiisb Flag 

|q the Transvaal. 2.1 / 10 r 
- — Annexation of the Transvaal, 2j 5 f—Qj 6 

(—\^a 6/— 13a 96 
«r-r — Question, 25 ; 5 f—Z\ ; 4 e — 4 n C, c— 7 o 

ait— 3lo6r 
1- Petition to the Queen on the Annoxaivm, 

4 o&e 
«: — Appeal of Dutch f -itizcr.t to Public Opinion 



Cape of Good Hope (^rontinue<f), 

a^:iiiist the Annexation of the TranBTud, 23 

j W h 

Arrival of Troops, 13 a Vt f 

Oovernor Barkly*8 Despatch on the Tmns- 

vaal War, 6 n 4 r 

Border Disturb-inces. 2G a 3 d 

Bridge Over the White Kei. 13 n 6 y 

Census of Griqualand West, -9 <i 7 « 

CoaJflt-lds. 4 11 G #-^20 » b b 

Confederation Bill, 25> 8 c— 1 a 8 r 

lilari^hquakes in, 14 « G « 

Kx- President Burgers Seeks a Seat ia the 

Cai)e Parliament. 2(» y 5 « 

Fnmtier Defences, H» a 10 /" 

Griqualand We.*^t Annexj:tion Bill, 2 j J 

— 23 / 12 6— 13 ^1 G /— 27 a (i i 

Guide to the Tnmsvaal. 2.4 *• 4 </ 

Iniprovenient and New Works in. 20 * 3/ 

International lCxhibition..$f^lNTKUNATJosAi. 

Legjil (iJhanjjes. IG a 10/ 

MiscellHneous News, 14 « G « 

Missionaries Leave Zulu Land. 7 '/ 3 ^ 

-. Murder of a British Subject in Zulu LAod, 

17 a 9c 

Natal Legislative Council Opened, 2j 5 f 

New Cobmial Bank, 3 7 G / 

— University at the Cape, 25 a 8 r 

". — Parliamentary Prot-eedings, IG ; 7 r — 2Z y 

12 6—4 <i G c— 1 1 a 5 e— 31 a 8 c— 4 s 6 a— ^ 

X 10/ 
Protest of the Ex-Presidpnt of the Trans- 
vaal against Annexation, 7/7 e — 20 / 9 J—th 

J Sr 

Railways, 8 « 10/ 

— : — Sale of Diamonds to Mr. Flower, 277 4 f 

Sccocolne Pays the War Ir.diruiuity, 7 « 3 e 

South African Bill, Note about. 7 n (i d 

Sjkccial Missiim to the Colony, 24 « G </ 

(jeneral Strickland's Survey^ IG a \0/ 

War News. 9 j G a 

Zulus and Natal, 9 a 4 f> 

Cape Copper Mining Company, 12/7 d 

Capel V Mons.) on the Anglican Ritualists;, n 4 « 

Capital and Labour, 29 « Gy 

Carfrae (James A.) on the Alpine Accident, 12 

s G /■ 
Carnarvon (Earl of) at Nottingham. 28 « 8 6 
Carnarvonshire Quarter Sessions, New Cli^niian, 

13a 9/ 
Caris, the Brave Belgian, 7 aZt 
Carpet Trade. 29 s 7 /* 
Carrier Pigeons and the Fisheries. 29 a 4 1/ 
Carter (Canon) on the Freedom of Confession in 

tlie Church of England, 29 c< 3 « 
Case of Caroline Carter, IG a 5/ 
Casella (L. P.) Deep Swi TUernuMueter, 28 a 9 « 
Cas^on (.1. H.^. the ited Crescent, ;;0 a \0j 
Cataldi (A. T.) his Descendent and th^ Cazton 

Exhibition, 25 a G e — 27 « 9 e 
Catslpa m FuH-ftowcr, 22 a 8 6 
Catholic OrdtT. 28 a 7/ 
Cats at the West Etwl— Not on Board W^get, & 

»4 /— 14 «4 c— I8s4/ 
CATTLE :— 

S.dr of Canadian Shortlxoras, at Lircjrpooli 



G x s /• 



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Chi 



CUkttle (rnnttnued), 

Sale of ihe Frince of Wales's South Downs, 

^—^^ of Shorthorns, 25 s d 
Rt Gacdcrtby, 20 » H h 



of the SandrinKham Shorthorns, 10 « Sf 

of lM)rd Sudeley's Shorthorns, 28 s 4 e 

— State of the Market, ste every dny*s pofter 

— Disease, Mew Species Breaks Out near 
Sheffield, 11 t U/ 

— Plajnie in Russian Poland, 25 a 5 f 
m Beiithen. 24 / <» a 

in Cunil>eriaiid, Official Report, 9 j 4 « 

in London, \7 J S c 

Parliansentar}' Committee of Enquiry on, 



20y 11 />— 1 a 6/- 14 ao^ 

Privy Council Orders about, I'J ; 11 /— 



26 i 8 c— 1 <i 5 /— 8 a 8 </— 16 a 6 tf~17 a y Z» 
—22 a 7 €—21) a 5/ 

Samniary of the Select Committee of 

ParlUment on, 20 i 1 1 / 

and Horses from Canada, 2/4/ 



Caiulfleld (F. W.) on Life Buoys, 27 « 11 a 
Caution against Isabella Burt, a Letter Writer, 

laHa 
Cave (Stephen^ on Foreign Policy, 6 ; 8 c 
Cavill (F.) Proposed Swunming Feat Round the 

Isle of Wight, 8« He 
Caxton Exhibition. 2 / 4 b—7j 6 rf— 10> 8 a--26 
/ 4 «— 6 u 8 c— 24 aSf 

Account of, as Arranged by Mr. Blades, 7 

f'Bd 

Bibles in, 2 a 4 « 

and Cataldi, the Early Printer, 25 a 6 e 

Closing of, 3 » 10/ 

Mr. Gladstone's Speech, 2j 7 c 

and the Hidden Coverdales, 27 a H b 

Issue of Catalogue, 21 o 4/ 

Notes about. 28 a 6 /— 29 a G b—d si f 

Opening Festival. 2 ; 7 c 

the ^secretary's Apology, 31 a 9 6 

Centenarian — Mrs. Burr of Meldreth, 7 » 4 6 

Mrs. Eunice Bagster of Windsor, 24 a 1 a 

Capt. Butler, 8*10/ 

Mrs. Hutton. of Manchester. 27 rt 11 a 

a Negress, at Cairo, Aged lOii Years, 7 a 3d 

Central Argentine Land Company, 18 > 0/ 

Asia, Note about, 30 / 9/ 

Notice abtmt, 9 « 5 « 

Ceylon, the Bp. of Colombo and the Church 
Missionary feo<:iety. 27 ? 5 « 

New Chief Justice, 3178c 

Pearl Fisheries, 24 a 4 « 

Progress of, the Governor's Speech, 19 « 10 « 

Chancellor (Herbert) on the Age of Earl Russell, 

18 (I 6 a 
Chancery and Fetter Lanes Improvements, 13 a 

11 h 
CHANGE OF SVBNAME : - 

Bird, James Henry Cotton, to be " Bird* 

Mortimer," 24 a I /* 
- — Cox, Wm. Ashley and Bessie, to be ** Cox- 
Hippisley," 27 « 1 6 

Culverwell, Fanny Alary Elizabeth, to be 

'•Leeson,"7s 1 A 
-a — Featherston, Wm. Geo.^ to b,e '* PUitc," 14 



Change of Surname (mntinued), 

Grant, V\ m., to be •* Kobert son -Grant, 18 

s 1 A 
Hamilton, F. Arthur Wolfe, to be " Gell," 

12 s 1 /# 
Hogsflesh, John Elder, to be *' J.E. Herbert," 

ISal h 

Jjevy» James, to be " Ixjwis." 7^* 1 b 

Neale, John Wm., to bo ** J. W. Neve," 25 

8l b 

NichoU-Carne. John Whitlock and Mary 

Salisbury, to be *• Siradling-(^ame. 4*16 
Stileman, Leonard Gibbard, to bo •• Gibbard," 



bulb 
Temple, Chas., to be ** Tcmple-Lynes," 28 

a I b 

Thomas. John Jas.. to be " Edney," 27 * 1 A 

Watts, PhiUp Henry, to be ** FoweU-Watts, * 

9a 1 A 

Williams, Samuel, to be " Makepeace," 2il 

a 1 b 

Chambord (Comte de"^ in Switzerland, 24 » 4 a 
Channel Swimmer— Fred. Cavill, 8 a 8 c— 21 a 9 

/— 22 a 10./— 23 a 7 f 
Chapel lioyal. Savoy, Closing of, forRepairs, 23 

a 8 c— 12 X lOe 

St. James's, 15 5 8 a 

Whitehall, Preachers for the Month, I a 10/ 

Charges and Counter Charges by Midhat Pasha, 

14 / 10 c 
Charing Cross Hospital, Appeal for a Wood 

Pavement, 26,; 12 c— 30 j 9/— 2 ahf 

Hotel, Meeting of the Company, 14 a 6 e 

Charity and Population, 23 7 10 a 

and Schism, 7 < 7 c 

Organization Society's Report on Italian 

Children, 17i 8 c— 2U / 11 6 
Voting Reform As80ciation,Annual Meeting, 

hiWd 
Charterhouse, Award of Scholarships, 1 a 11 a 

New Registrar, 2\ si d 

Chatfield (Capt.) on the Shuh and Uuuscar, 8 a 

10 « 
Chatterton (T. B.) and Mr. Maplcson on the 

Kent of Drury Lane Theatre, 28 a 5 a 
Cheap Ward Election, see Aldeumanic Gown 
Cheese Show at Frome. 29 « 6 e 
Chelsea Liberal Association, Sir Chas. Dilke at, 

bslOd 
Cheyne (Commander John P.) on Christ's Hos- 

pit'il, 16; 6c 
Lecture at the Royal Aqtiarium on the 

Arctic Exploration, 21 s 8 6 
ChUd tGilbert W.) Sanitary Administration, 10 

n 4 /— 23 al f 
Children's Flower Shows, 12 / 10 e 
CHINA:— 

— Arsenals of Foocbow and Shanghai Closed 
for Funds, 13^5 c 

(Capture of Turf an, 1 « 4 6 

Conference of Protestant Mi9sionarie8. at 

Shanghai, 3 u Z b 

C^u8ulai' Service, 81 a 9 6 

Customs Returns, 1 » 4 a 

Ditficulties of Bntish Enterprise in, 1 s 7 a 

Diplomatic News, 6 a 3 /— 10 abd 



Cam 



»> 



PALM£U 6 INDBX TO *♦ THE TIMH8 NEWSPAPBK. 



[July 1 tt 



Campbell (Hev. A. J.) on Cliinamen in Anttra- 
lii^ 10 < 4 « 

CANADA :— 

-. Anglican Synod Meeting:. 19 « 3 € 

-= Mayor of Montreal Refuses Official Protec- 
tion to the Proposed Orange Denioustration 
in, 67 5 <—ll ;d /' 

■= the Oningemon's Demonstration, 13 j 5 A 

•: Meeting of Orangemen to Denounce the 

Riots, 1670/ 

^ Rioting in Montreal, 14/ 7/— 1G;6/— 24 

a 11 c 

Mr. Plackett. the Orangeman Kilhnl to be 



Buried witU Full Honours, 16.; o/—\7j of 
Two Omngemen SShot when Following 



the Funerai Procession of Mr. Uackett, 18 j 6/ 
23 I 11 a 

John Sheelan Tried for the Murder of 



Mr. H»ckett, (i a 4 a 
« the Iri'-h Caihullc Union Disown any 

Union with th^ Rioters, 10 j 5 /— 17 ; 5/ 
C^nadiHii Fit»herics (>oni mission, 6/4 b — U ; 6 <♦ 

— 18/5d— lOo 3 6—17 a 7 /--1U»3./ 
•= — C;atlle, II a 6 <i 

T= and Sheep, 1 « U c— 27 « 4 / 

t Indians, 24 a 8 a 

-. Meat, 1 2 « 4 c 



Canal B©at A^t, 15 « 1 1 A 

Canals, St^te 0/ Shares, aee evqry dry^ paper 

■= Cavoiir or Italian Imuaiion. 2+ / 10 c 

'. Darien. Sclu^na's for, 22 .« 4 d 

•= Suez, Corresi-ondence alx>ut, 13 / 5 /* 

T-. increase of the K umber of Watching 

Steamers, 24/ (> a 

■= OfiScial Notice about, 25 « 8 c 

parliamentary Return on the Purchase 



of, 2 a 9/ 

Candahar, RuFsian Conspiracy in, 15 a 6 a 
Cannock and V iinblcbury Colliery Cojupany, 8 

a 6 c— 31 ab f 
Can(*e Voynge from America to England— Safe 

Arrival of Capt. and Mrs. Craps, 2'6j^r. 
•s the Boat on Vi^w at the Alexandra I*ahiee, 

30 J 6 6. 
Canossa Monument. Unveiling of. 29 a 3 di 
Canterbury Cathedral. Restoration. 7 j ^i e 
'-. (Abp. of) on the Holy Crosd Society, 7 

T. at the Meath Protestant Oi*i)han Sociotv, 

4*4/ 

Movements of, 1 o 9 f—2 a 9/— 14 a 7 f 



— i7a3^-lStfy/ 31 a 7y— 8 « 9y—ll » 8 
/— 16 s 9/- 20 f 8 d 

and Mr. Tooth, on Rituahstic Observances, 



16.; 60 

h tte? Advising Special Prayor and Alms- 



giving for th^ War and Famine, 20 s 5 e 
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE :- 
•= Account of the Hoisting of the British Flag 

\A the Transvaal. 2:1 / K) r 
Annexation of the TransvguU, 2 7 5 /'— C> 6 

/— ia« 6/— 13a9e 
«r Question, 25 ; 5 /"— 31 / 4 c -t-4 u (>, c— 7 o 



ftis— 31 a 6c 

Petition to the Queen on the Annexation, 



4 o&e 

— Appeal of Dutch r^itizci.n to Public Opinic;u 



Cape of Good Hope {continued), 

agniiist the Annexation of the TransTsal, 23 
i lu A 

Arrival of Troops, 13 // 5 /" 

Governor Barkly's l)e.-patch on the Trans- 
vaal War, 6 M 4 r 

Border Distuib-inces. 26 s 3 d 

Bridge Over the White Kei. 13 a 6/ 

Census of (Jriqualand West, L'9 n 7 « 

Coalflt-lds. 4 »i 6 r— 20 ji 8 6 

Confederation Bill, 25 ; 8 c — 1 « 8 r 

I^arvhqnakes in, 14 « 6 « 

Kx- President Burgers Seeks a Seat ia the 

Cai>e Parliament, 20 7 5 e 

Frontier Defences, 16 a 10/ 

Ciriquhland We^t Anin?x«tion Bill, 2 j h J 

—23 / 12 6— 13 'I 6 /— 27 a 6 i. 

Guide to the Tmnnvaal. 2.4 n \ d 

Improvement and New Works in. 20 s 3/ 

International Exhibition. ^^Inteknatiokal 

Legal C'han^ea. 16 a 10/ 

MisccllHneous News. 14 » 6 « 

Missionaries Leave Zulu Land, 7 ft Z e 

-. — Murd^ of a British Subject in Zulu Land, 
17 fl 9 c 

Natal Legislative Council Opened, 2 j o f 

New Colonial Bank, 3 7 6 / 

Vniversiiy at the Cape, 25 a K c 

-. — Parliamentary Proceedings, 16/7 r — 23 j 

12 6—4 a 6 c— 1 1 a 5 e— 31 a 8 c— 4 s 6 a-^ 
s 10/ 

Protest of the Ex-President of the Trans- 
vaal against Annexation, 7/7 e— 20 / 9 j'—ti 
7 « r 

Rail way. s, 8 « 10/ 

—. — Sale of Diamonds to Mr. Flower. 27 j 4 /" 

Secofolne Pays the War Ir.dc'uiiiity, 7 #1 3 < 

South African Bill, Note about. 7 n ti d 

Special Mission to the C<»lony, 24 s G </ 

(ieneral Strickland's Survey, 16 a lOy* 

War News. 97 6 a 

Zulus and Natal, 9 a 4 // 

Cape Copper Mining Company, I27 7 d 

Capei V Mons.) i»p the Anglican RituaUsta, a A e 

Capital and Labour, 29 » 6/ 

Carfrae (James A.) on the Alpine Accident, 12 

s(\ /' 
Carnarvon (Earl of) at Nottingham. 28 s 8 6 
Carnarvonshire Quarter Se8i>ion8, New duurman, 

13 a 9/ 

Caris, the Brave Belgiaii, 7 a 3 e 

CariKJt Trade, 29 s7 h 

Carrier Pigeons and the Fisheries, 29 a 4 1/ 

Carter ((^anon) on the Freedom of Confession in 

the Ghnrcb of England, 29 a 3 « 
Case of Caroline CartoJ*, 16 a 5/ 
CascUa (L. P.) Deep Sea Therniometer, 2S a 9 e 
Ca8«on (.1. H."*, the i<ed Crescent, ;iO a 10 / 
Cataldi (A. T.^l his Descendcnt and ih^ CaztOQ 

Exhibition. 25 a 6 e— 27 a 9 e 
Catalpa in Full-flower. 22 a b 6 
Catholic Grdt^r. 2« n 7/ 
Cats at the West End— Not on Board Vfig^ 8 

«4/— 14 i-4c— 1««4/ 
CATTLE :— 
Sale of Canadian Short horos, at LixcrpooK 

6 N H /• 



Sopt. 3 , IS77 } PALMKU\S INDKX TO " TIIK TIMKS " NKXTSPAPBR. 



Chi 



Cattle {rovftnued). 

Sale of ihe Frince of Wales's South Downs, 

10 « D « 
■ of Shorthorns, 25 s d 

Rt Gacdcrtby, 20 sH h 



of the Samlringham Shorthorns, IG a Sf 

of l.ord Sudeley's Shorthorns, 28 « 4 e 

— State of the Market, see ev&y dny^s pa/ter 

— Disease, Is'ew Species Breaks Out near 
Sheffield, 11 it)/ 

— Plajnie in Russian Poland, 25 a 5 f 
in Ben then. 24 / (J a 

in Cumberland, Officinl lieport, OJ A e 

in London, 17./ 8 c 

Parlianjentnry Committee of Enquiry on, 



20j 11 />— 1 u 6/- \^ii5d 

Privy Council Orders about, I'J / 11 /— 



26 i 8 c— 1 a 5 /— 8 a 8 </— 16 a 6 c— 17 adb 
—22 a 7 €—21) a 5 / 

Summary of the Select Committee of 

Parliament on, 20 j 11 / 

and Horses from Canada, 2/4/ 



Csiulfleld (F. W.) on Life Buoys, 27 alia 
Caution against Isabella Burt, a Letter Writer, 

la6a 
Cave (Stephen^ on Ftireign Policy, 6 / 8 c 
CaviU ( h\) Proposed Swhnming ifeat Round the 

Isle of Wight, 8 J 1 1 c 
Caxton Exhibition. 2 / 4 b—7j 6 rf— lOj 8 a--26 

; 4 «— 6 a 8 c— 24 aSf 
Account of, as Arranged by Mr. Blades, 7 

/Sd 

Bibles in, 2 a 4 « 

and Cataldi, the Early Printer, 25 a 6 « 

Closing of, 8 « 10/ 

Mr. Gkdstone^s Speech, 2J7c 

and the Hidden Coverdales, 27 a 8 6 

Issue of Catalogue, 21 a 4/ 

Notes about. 28 a 6 /'— 29 a G i— 6 s 7/ 

Opening Festival 2 / 7 c 



the Secretary's Apology, 81 a 9 6 



Centenarian — Mrs. Burr of Meldreth, 7*46 

Mrs. Eunice Bagster of Windsor, 24 a 1 a 

-. — Capt. Butler, 8 ** 10 / 

Mrs. Hutton. of Manchester, 27 rt 11 a 

a Negress, at Cairo, Aged lOG Years, 7 a 8 </ 

Central Argentine Land Company, 18/ G/ 

Asia, Note about, 30 / 9/ 

Notice about, 9 « 5 « 

Ceylon, the Bp. of Colombo and the Church 
Missionary i>o<:iety, 27 ? 6 « 

— New Chief Jut^tice, 81 7 8 c 
Pearl Fisheries, 24 a 4 « 

Progress of, the Governor's Speech. 19 « 10 e 

Chancellor (Herbert) on the Age of Eiirl Russell, 

18 (I 6 a 
Chancery and Fetter Lanes Improvements, 13 a 

lib 
CHAKQE OF SVBNAME :-- 

— Bird, James Henry Cotton, to be " Bird* 
Mortimer," 24 a 1 /» 

• — Cox, Wm. Asldoy and Bessie, to be ** Cox- 

Hippisley," 27 « 1 6 
Culverwell, Fanny Mary Elizabeth, to be 

"Leeson,"7» 1 A 
-J — Featherston, Wm. Geo.^ to be ** PUke," 14 

S 1 It 



Change of Surname (roniinued). 

Grant, Wm., to be "Robertson-Grant, 18 

s 1 h 
Hamilton, F. Arthur Wolfe, to be " Gell," 

12 s \ h 

Hogsflesh, John Elder, to be " J.E. Herbert," 



18 « I A 

— Levy, James, to be " Lewis." 1 j \ b 

Nettle, John Wm., to be "J. W. Neve," 25 



8\ b 

— NichoU-Carne. John Whitlock and Mary 
Salisbury, to iks '• Stradling-Camo. 4*16 

— Stileman, Leonard Gibbard, to bo •• Gibbard," 



h s \ b 

— Temple, Chas., to be ** Temple-Lynes," 28 
a 1 h 

— Thomas. John Jas.. to be " Edney," 27 * 1 ft 

— Watts, Philip Henry, to be " FoweU- Watts," 
9 a I A 

— WilUams, Samuel, to bo " Makepeace," 29 



a I b 
Chambord (Comte de"^ in Switzerland, 24 » 4 n 
Channel Swimmer — Fred. CaviU, 808 c — 21 a 9 

/— 22 a 10./— 23 n 1 f 
Chapel Royal, Savoy, Closing of, for Repairs, 23 

a8c— 12.« 10 e 

St. JamesX 15 « 8 a 

Whitehall, Preachers for the Month, I a 10/ 

Charges and Counter Charges by Midliat Pasha, 

14 y 10 c 
Charing Cross Hospital, Appeal for a Wood 

Pavement, 26/ 12 c— 30 j 9/— 2 ao f 

Hotel, Meeting of the Company, 14 a 5 e 

Charity and Population, 23 j 10 a 

and Schism, 7 « 7 e 

Organization Society's Report on Italian 

Children, 17.7 8 c— 20/ 11 b 
Voting Reiform Association, Annual Meeting, 

biUd 
Charterhouse, Award of Scholarships, I a II a 

New Registrar, 21 si d 

Chatfield (Capt.) on the Shah and Iluascar, 8 a 

10 e 
Chatterton (T. 6.) and Mr. Mapleson on the 

Rent of Drury Lane Theatre, 28 a 6 a 
Cheap Ward Election, see Alveruajhic Gown 
(/heese Show at Frome. 29 « 6 e 
Chelsea Liberal Association, Sir Chas. Dilke at, 

bslOd 
Cheyne (Commander John P.) on Christ's Hos- 
pital, 16/6 c 
Lecture at the Royal Aquarium on the 

Arctic Exploration, 2i s S b 
Cluld ^Gilbert W.) Sanitary Administration, 10 

(t 4 /— 23 a 7 /' 
Children's Flower Shows, 12 / 10 e 
CHINA:— 

- Arsenals of Foochow and Shanghai Closed 
for Funds, \Sj5c 

Capture of Turfan, 1 « 4 6 

C»>iiference of Protestant Mi9slonarie8. at 

Shanghai, '6 a 3 b 

Consular Service, 81 ad b 

Customs Returns, I s 4 a 

DitiicuUies of British Enterprise in, 1 s 7 a 

Diplomatic News, 6 a 3 / — 10 a 5 d 

I)i.<trihiit.ion of Arms hv MiitainnArina 1 «1 a 



Chi 



PAUIKtt 8 INDiSX TO '* TIIK TIMRS N£W8PAPEIl. 



China (continued), 

Faioiiie in Lin Kin, I s ih 

in, ISJ 11 /— 3 aSb 

Fighting in Japan, 19 s 5 « 

First Telegraph Krected in Chilhli, 24 a 6 b 

Four New Ports Formally Inaugurated, 3 

aSh 
— ^ Heavy Gale in. 1 « 4 6 

the Imperial Edict ngninst Opium, 31 a 8 6 

Inyasion of Australia, 27 a6 c 

— the Lexin Tax, 5 ; 5/ 

the Corcha Mandarin Discovered, 24 a 6 6 

New Loan, 1 « 4 A 

Opium bmoking Forbidden in, 28 o 5 </— 29 

Proposed Abolition of Inland Tolls, &c., 12 

; 5 e 

Queen Victoria's Birthday Celebrated at 

Hong Kong, 13 i 5 c 

— Railways, 1 « 4 c 

Typhoon at Yokohama, 19 « 5 e 

— ^ Woosung Kail way to be Closed, II a 6 e — 

1757/ 
Chinamen in Australia, 5x7 b — 10 s 4 c 

in Queensland, 31 i 8 e 

Chinese in Queendland, 24 « 7/ 

— Ambassador, Movements of, 25 a 9 y— 81 a 
7/— 5 s6d 

■ Visits Ransomcs* Establishment at Ips- 

wich, 3 1*9/ 

Gunboats, 3 a 1 1 6 

Newspapers, 31 j 8 c 

Chiswick, Duke of Devonshire's First Garden 

Party at, 5 j 10 c— 1 lj9 f 
Cholera on Board the Carreze, 31 a 7/ 
Chorley & Co*8 Defence of Mr. Hume, 13 « 9/ 
Christ's Hospital, Speech Day. 9 ; 8 a 
Not to b2 Observed this Year, 14 i 11/ 

— Election to, at Newbury, 14 a 9/ 
at St. Luke's for the Gibbs Vacancy, 17 



a 10 a 
— Letters on the Suicide of a Little Pupil— 

Wm. Arthur Gibbs, 12 ? 6 e & A-13> 8 «/— 14 
j 12 />— 16 ) 6 c— 9 a 6 c— 15 aSe 
— : — the Father*s Explanation, 18 ci 12 a 
Meeting of "Old Blues" at Kennen's 

Hotel in Defence of the School, 23 ; 7 c/ 

Opening of the Special Commission of 



Inquiry into the Cause of the Suicide of a 

Little SchoUr, 17; He 
■ Report of the Commissioners Appointed to 

Inquire into the Discipline of the School which 

Led to the Suicide of the Boy Gibbs, 1 1 a 8 d 

St. Matthew's Day Service, 22 « 5/ 

Christian (Lord Justice) and Lord Blackburn, 3 

a6e 
Christie (W, H. M.) on the Eclipse, 25 a 10 e 
— ^ on the Planet Mars, 6 s 9 e 
Christmas Time Hampers of Last Year, 4 s 4 6 
Chromolithography, 29 « 4 6 
Church Association Memorial to tl^e Abp, of 

Canterbury and his Repb^, 13y 4 6 

Meetings of, 7 > 7 /~21 ; ys c 

Memorial to the Queen, 15 a 8 c 

- — Congress at Croydon, 26 « 5 e— 29 s 6 f 



(Church Congress of the Subjects Conunittee, 21 

Note abo t, 29 » 1 1 d 

in Danger, Note about, 27,; 8 ft 

of England in Australia, 27 « 4/ 

Young Men's Society, Conference al tlw 



Mansion House. 10 j Ut c 

Working Men's Society and RitnalisiB, € 



a 40 



League for Dis-establishment of the Church 

from the State, Meeting of, at Freeniatont' 
Hall. 5 ; 10 a 
Circassian and Turkish Villages, 3 a 8 a 
City Flower Show in Finsbury Circus, il j \l i 

Guilds, Return of Honorary Members ia 

Registration, S a 5 e 
^— Improvements, 27 a d f 

Liberal Club (New) in Walbrook, 22 a 6 e 

of London College for Ladies, 27 j 7 d 

and their Irish Estates, 25 a 8 c 

Income and Expenditure. 6a B b 

School, Annual Prize Day, 30 j 4 e 



Offices Company, 13 « 6 d 
Report, 10s7ci— 18«7 6 



Property, Increase in Value of a Hooae in 

Lombard Street, 27 a 9 • 

Road Burglary, 22 a 10 f 

Warehouses, Value of. 10 a 9/ 

Civil Custom — the Fruiterers' Company Pre- 
sentation to the Lord Mayor, 2\ a7 / 

Expenditure, 22 al d 

nVlL AOTIOKS :— 

Agar V, Alhambra Conpany, 2 j 11 b 

re Antonelli— Countess Lambertiiii'a daim, 

5 ; 5 <— 12> 5 e— 13y 4 /— 19> 6 d—2Aj 5 d- 
27 / 5 d-^l a 4 e— 8 a 5'c— II a 5 d—ll a 3 « 
—22 a 4 d 

— Armytage v. Hutchinson, 11 a 11 « 

Ashbee v, Appleby 21 ; 13 #—9 alia 

Attorney-General r. Chariton and others 

2; 11 6 

w. Monss, 17^ 1 1 ^ 

Bagnall v, Cartton, 3j 11 rf— 9 a \0f 

re Bainbridge, 18 > 1 1 d 

Barber t*. Mayor and Corporation of T.«eiceft- 

ter, 19ill/ 

— Bay lis r. Amhurst, lOj 11 d 
Beonott v. Uanley, 9/11/ 

— - Beauchamp, Earl, i;. Skinner, 4 a 11 c— 7 a 

9 (/— 8 a 12 u 

BoUa r. Tcape, Uy 13 c 

Bouffler v. Vestry of St. Mary, Islington, 1 

a 11 /• 

— Bouillancy r. Peren, 3lj9d 
--«- Branch r. Galloway, Hall/* 

Breakfield t*. Breakfield and others. lijlZd 

— ^- British liy namite Company v. Krebs, 21 J 
11 b 

re BrockU'bank, 3 o 10 e 

— ^ — r0 Buckfastleigh and Totnest Railway, 2 j 

lib 
Caledonian Railway r. North British Rail- 
way, 12/11 f— IM j II e 

ex parte Charlton — re Charlton, 6j 11 d 

Cheese v. Lovejo3% oj 11 c — 21 i 11 e 

•- re Churcl) and Empire Fire Insurance dm* 

nanv — Pasrin and Gill's Case. 9 i 11 « 



Sept. 80, l'<77.]- PALMKU'8 index to tub *' TCMEeJ " »KW*!'AI»KR. 



Ci> 



Civil Actions (raniinued), 

re ("uni pressed Tea Company, 28 / 1 1 d 

l*o»grave v, Woodley, 2jii a — 11 ; 11 c — 

3 a \0e 

Cresweil and others v. Wnlrond, 19/11 d 

Cowing aiul another v. Secretary of State 
for War. 2/11 d 

Cowper V. De Morgan, 0/11 d 

Crackn^U v. Janson. 16/11 a 

Crowe p, Barnicot, 11 i 11 c 

Cunnington v. Matts, 17 / 12 a 

re Daily Express Newspaper Company, 30 

j 10 e 

Davenport r. Rldsdate, 14 « 12 a 

— re David Julia, 8 u 12 a 

Davies and another v, Felix and others, 8 a 

J 

— Dawkins v, Lonl Penrhyn, 19i 11 h 

— Dawson v. Bank of VVhitehaTeo, 27/ II 6 

— De Bussche v. Alt, 2/116 

— l>e Hart v, Rowe, 5 j 11 / 

— Delluc V. llarvuel, 4 ; 13 </ 

— Dence v. Mason, 9 a 1 1 a 

— De Pass v. Dunbar, 11 ; 11 c 

— Desforges v. Hibbt^rt, 80/ 1 1 c 

— Duke of Devonshire v, Bichardson and 
others, 30; 11 d 

Dickens v. Royal Aquarium, 3 a 10 e 



11 



re Direct Supply Association, 28/11 d 

Diver v. Cavill 21 j 13 f 

Dixon V. Brearley, 80 ; 11 c 

V, Browning, 3 a 10 f 

Doolan v. Midland Railway, 80 j 10 e 

Dubois V, Gordon, 6 a 8 /* 

Duffin and Indemaur v. Guscotte, 6/11 e 

East London Railway i*. London, Brighton 



and South C